Noah Webster’s 1828 Dictionary

This can be purchased at Vision Forum.  Their description states it best:

This gigantic, oversized, heavy book is perhaps second only to the Bible in terms of importance in your home. When Noah Webster first published this book, he understood that whoever defined the words of a culture would capture that culture. So he sought to give the American people a dictionary in which words have meaning in terms of their relationship to Jesus Christ. In fact, this is the only comprehensive dictionary of the English language in print that seeks to communicate a distinctively biblical worldview, even to the point of using Scriptures in the definitions.

Your children can join the ranks of those generations of American leaders who were weaned on Webster. Our book is sturdy and well bound with acid-free paper and a gold foil stamp. A worthy investment. 11 ¼”H x 8 ½”W x 2 ½”D.

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  1. How neat! I didn’t even know abou this, thanks for posting. I’m going to put in on our homeschool list of things to get.

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