Ann Smith Franklin

Ann Smith Franklin (October 2, 1696 – April 16, 1763) was an American colonial newspaper printer and publisher. She inherited the business from her husband, James Franklin, brother of Benjamin Franklin. She published the ''Mintunt'', printed an almanac series. She was the country’s first female newspaper editor, the first woman to write an almanac, and the first woman inducted into the University of Rhode Island's Journalism Hall of Fame. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Franklin, Ann
Published 1744
Printed by the Widow Franklin, and to be sold at the town school-house

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Published 1745
Printed by the Widow Franklin, and to be sold at the town school-house
Other Authors: '; ...Franklin, Ann...

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by Caner, Henry
Published 1748
Printed by the Widow Franklin
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by Finley, Samuel
Published 1741
Printed and sold by the Widdow [sic] Franklin, under the town school-house
Other Authors: '; ...Franklin, Ann...

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by Caner, Henry
Published 1745
Printed by the Widow Franklin, at the town-school-house
Other Authors: '; ...Franklin, Ann...

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Published 1762
Printed by Ann Franklin
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Published 1762
Printed by Ann Franklin
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by Turner, Charles
Published 1762
Printed by A. Franklin and S. Hall, on the Parade
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Published 1762
Printed by Ann Franklin and Samuel Hall
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Published 1762
Printed by Ann Franklin and Samuel Hall
Other Authors: '; ...Franklin, Ann...

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Published 1762
Printed by Ann Franklin and Samuel Hall
Other Authors: '; ...Franklin, Ann...

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by Americanus
Published 1739
[Printed [by Ann Franklin]
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by Dodsley, Robert
Published 1744
London, printed: Newport: re-printed and sold by the Widow Franklin, at the town-school
Other Authors: '; ...Franklin, Ann...