The Life of Benjamin Franklin - Vol. 1

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface xi
  • Part I - Boston- Youth 1706–1723 1
  • Prologue - Quandary 3
  • One - Boston 5
  • Two - Child to Adolescent 33
  • Three - Printer’s Devil 53
  • Four - Massachusetts Controversies 1716 –1723 79
  • Five - Nathaniel Gardner and the Couranteers 87
  • Six - James Franklin- America’s First Newspaperman 109
  • Seven - Silence Dogood in Context 143
  • Eight - "Saucy and Provoking"- Franklin Takes Charge 172
  • Nine - Assessing Franklin as a Youth, to Age Seventeen 207
  • Part II - Adrift- Age Seventeen to Twenty-Four 1723–1730 213
  • Ten - The Runaway 215
  • Eleven - The Water American- London Escapades 259
  • Twelve - At Sea 1726 298
  • Thirteen - Merchant to Master Printer 1726 –1728 318
  • Fourteen - The Junto 332
  • Fifteen - Business, 1728–1730, and "Articles of Religion" 357
  • Sixteen - The Busy-Body 378
  • Seventeen - Paper Currency 397
  • Eighteen - Journalist 414
  • Nineteen - Assessing Franklin, Age Seventeen to Twenty-Four 457
  • Appendix- New Attributions 463
  • Sources and Documentation 465
  • Abbreviations 467
  • Notes 473
  • Index 511
  • Acknowledgments 551
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