Goodrich, Chauncey 1817-1868
Most widely held works about Chauncey Goodrich
Most widely held works by Chauncey Goodrich
G. & C. Merriam Co. records and correspondence, 1833-1871 by G. & C. Merriam Company ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Primarily correspondence between a Springfield, Massachusetts, publishing company and the individuals who helped revise and update Noah Webster's An American Dictionary of the English Language. The firm was founded by George and Charles Merriam. Significant participants in the revisions of the dictionary included Chauncey Allen Goodrich, husband of Frances Juliana Webster, Chauncey Goodrich, William Webster, William Wolcott Ellsworth, Noah Porter, Chester Smith Lyman, and William A. Wheeler. The collection also includes a few family letters, memo books, financial records, legal documents, including those related to several publishing disputes, proof sheets and documents relating specifically to revisions of the dictionaries.
Authors and publishers Connecticut--New Haven Converse, Sherman,--1790-1873 Copyright Criticism, interpretation, etc. Dictionaries Education Ellsworth, Henry Leavitt,--1791-1858 Ellsworth, William Wolcott,--1791-1868 Encyclopedias and dictionaries English language Europe Families Fowler, William Chauncey,--1793-1881 Goodrich, Chauncey,--1759-1815 Goodrich, Chauncey A.--1790-1860 Goodrich, Elizur,--1734-1797 Goodrich, Elizur,--1761-1849 Goodrich, Julia Webster,--1793-1869 Goodrich family Husband and wife Indiana Land titles Law and literature Literature Massachusetts--Springfield Merriam, Charles,--1806-1887 New England Publishers and publishing Travel United States Universities and colleges--Faculty Webster, Noah,--1758-1843 Yale University