| The American Mind in Art: "The Peale Family", painted by Charles Willson Pealefrontispiece|
| Boston, about 1743 PAGE ||10|
| Philadelphia, about 1750||13|
| "The Rattlesnake", by
| "The American Bison", by
| "The Largest Carolina Moth", by
| "The Laurel Tree [Magnolia] of Carolina", by
| Lewis Evans's Map of the "Middle British Colonies, in America" follows page||134|
| W. Scull "Map of the Province of Pennsylvania"||136|
| "The Anatomy of Man's Body as govern'd by the Twelve Constellations"||138|
| Popular Science in Colonial America: (a) Eclipses of the Sun.
(b) The Movements of the Heavenly Bodies||140|
| Franklin's drawings for "The Pennsylvania Fireplace"||143|
|From Log Cabin to Mansion ||194|
| "A Table for the more ready casting up of Coins, in Pennsylvania"||212|
| Williamsburg, Virginia||237|
| "A View of Bethle[he]m"||245|
| Yale College about 1770||260|
| Harvard College about 1726||261|
|Nassau Hall (Princeton) about 1749||262|
| William and Mary College, Main Building ||263|
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Book title: Seeds of Liberty:The Genesis of the American Mind.
Contributors: Max Savelle - Author.
Publisher: A.A. Knopf.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1948.
Page number: xvii.
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