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Brienza, C. (2014)
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: AZ

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    • Flora Feltham bean from 1640 to 1820. This prosopography of 25 drawers of cards in the AAS's reading room and in the North American Imprints Project lfies in our online catalog. Culled from biographies, city directories, genealogies, vital records, city histories, newspapers, and AAS Records, this information details the work and lives of printers, publishers, editors, binders, and others more tangentially associated with the book trades. We at AAS are transforming all of this data into an online database, and my time at DHSI is already proving instrumental to that project. The Database of the Early American Book Trades (see ) will be a relational database that will both answer complicated research queries and will contain components of linked open data that will render our data usable by other projects. While I learned more about concepts like data normalization, relational table design, and Structured Query Language (SQL), I was consistently struck by the connections between the questions animating both book
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