Webster’s 1828, An American Dictionary of the English Language – CD set


The first American dictionary ever published. Its printing set forth the national identity of the United States as distinct from England. Webster’s original 1828 Dictionary—published here unedited, in its entirety on CD. Webster captured the meanings of the words used by his contemporaries, protecting America’s liberty by preserving the original intent of our founding documents. Moreover, Webster defined Biblical words in their context. Finally, Webster took captive to Christ a Christian cultural meaning of words, as for example education and philosophy. This product also includes the King James Version of the Bible: the two books are integrated together to enable fast, thorough key word studies that are a fundamental method of the Principle Approach®.

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Weight 15 oz
Dimensions 6 x 5 x 1 in


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