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ISO: first school of printing in the U.S.?

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Can you help me find a reference for the statement that the first school of printing in the U.S. was in New Harmony, Indiana, beginning in 1826. This statement occurs without a reference in an article, “The Old Printing Office in New Harmony,” (Indiana Magazine of History, vol, 33, issue 4, Dec. 1937, page 431.) The article can be downloaded from
Thank you. —Clark Kimberling

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