Some of the resources I’ve used:

Historical Editorial (Editorial Services)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Accessible Archives

Some of the references I’ve used:

A. Rachel Minick, A History of Printing in Maryland 1791-1800 with a Bibliography of Works Printed in the State during the Period (Baltimore, MD  1949)
Wesley Washington Pasko, American Dictionary of Printing and Bookmaking: Containing A History of these Arts in Europe and America with Definitions of Technical Terms and Biographical Sketches (New York, NY  1894) (Digitized by Google)
C.F. Partington, The Printer’s Complete Guide, Containing a Sketch of the History and Progress of Printing; to its Present State of Improvement (London, UK  1825) (Digitized by Google)
T.S Houghton, The Printers’ Practical Every-Day-Book, Calculated to Assist the Young Printer to Work with Ease and Expedition (London, UK  1841) (Digitized by Google)
Rollo G. Silver, The American Printer 1787-1825 (University of Virginia Press, VA  1967)
Elthelbert Stewart, Special Agent US Bureau of Labor, A Documentary History of the Early Organizations of Printers (Indianapolis, IN  1907)
Jeffrey L Pasley, “The Tyranny of Printers”: Newspaper Politics in the Early American Republic (University of Virginia Press, VA  2003)
Roy Porter, English Society in the 18th Century (London, UK  1991)
James G. Leyburn, The Scotch Irish, A Social History (North Carolina  1962)
Lawrence James, The Middle Class: A History (London, UK  2006)
Billy Kennedy, The Scots-Irish in Pennsylvania & Kentucky (Northern Ireland  1998)
J. Thomas Scharf and Thompson Westcott, A History of Philadelphia. 1609-1884, VOL 2 (Philadelphia, PA  1884) (Digitized by Google)
Russell F. Weigley, Editor, Philadelphia: A 300-Year History (New York, NY  1982)
Billy G. Smith, The “Lower Sort” Philadelphia’s Laboring People, 1750-1800 (New York, NY  1990)
Joseph Jackson, Market Street: The Most Historic Highway in America, Its Merchants and Its Story (Philadelphia, PA  1918) (Digitized by Google)
John L. Cotter, Daniel G. Roberts, Michael Parrington, The Buried Past: An Archaeological History of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA  1992)
Horace Mather, Early Philadelphia: Its People, Life & Progress, (Philadelphia, PA  1917)
Charles V. Hagner, Early History of the Falls of Schuylkill, Manayunk, Schuylkill and Lehigh Navigation Companies, Fairmount Waterworks, Etc. (Philadelphia, PA  1869) (Hosted by Google)
Billy G. Smith, Editor, Life in Early Philadelphia: Documents from the Revolutionary and Early National Periods, (University Park, PA  1995)
Simon P. Newman, Embodied History: The Lives of the Poor in Early Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA  2003)
Clare A. Lyons, Sex Among the Rabble, An Intimate History of Gender & Power in the Age of Revolution, Philadelphia, 1730-1830 (University of North Carolina Press, NC  2006)
Julie Winch, A Gentleman of Color: The Life of James Forten (New York, NY  2002)
Jack Larkin, Where We Lived: Discovering the Places We Once Called Home: The American Home from 1775 to 1840 (New Town, Connecticut  2006)
John McPhee, The Founding Fish (New York, NY  2002)
Mrs. Frederick Sidney Giger, Colonial Receipt Book, Celebrated Old Receipts, Used a Century Ago by Mrs. Goodfellow’s School (Philadelphia, PA  1907) (Digitized by Google)
Walter Staib with Paul Bauer, The City Tavern Cookbook, Recipes from the Birthplace of American Cuisine (Philadelphia, PA  2009)
Woody Holton, Unruly Americans and the Origins of the Constitution (New York, NY  2007)
David O. Stewart, The Men Who Invented the Constitution: The Summer of 1787 (New York, NY  2007)

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