introduction not listed by title by place by editor by publisher by special subject covers
1789-1810 1811-1820 1821-1830 1831-1840 1841-1850 1851-1860 1861-1872

American children’s periodicals by publisher, 1789-1872,

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[NOTE: Titles listed here are organized by publisher, then chronologically. Titles with more than one publisher are listed under each name. Dates are of the entire run of the magazine.]

Anne Wales Abbot

Cambridge, Massachusetts

The Child’s Friend; The Child’s Friend and Youth’s Magazine; The Child’s Friend and Family Magazine (Oct 1843-Oct 1858)

C. S. Abbott

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Little Forester (Jan 1854-Oct 1855)

Adams, Blackmer & Lyon Publishing Co.

Chicago, Illinois

The Little Folks (1869-1877)

Adams: Beadle & Adams

Buffalo, New York

The Youth’s Casket (Jan 1852-Dec 1857)

Advent Christian Publication Society

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young Pilgrim (Sept 1863-after 1925)

J. B. A. Ahrens

New Orleans, Louisiana

Der Kinderfreund (1872-1874?)

John B. Alden & Co.

Chicago, Illinois

The Bright Side; Bright Side and Family Circle (July 1869-after 29 June 1873)

John B. Alden

Chicago, Illinois

What Next? (March 1872-1874)

Shortridge & Alden

Indianapolis, Indiana

The Little Chief (Jan 1867-Feb 1872)

Loyal A. Alford

Hillsdale, Michigan

Union Sunday School Visitor (1850-1853?)

E. C. Allen

Augusta, Maine

Our Young Folks’ Illustrated Paper (1 Oct 1871-15 Dec 1873)

I. M. Allen

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Parent’s Gift, or Youth’s Magazine (Jan 1830-after August 1832)

Joseph H. Allen

Boston, Massachusetts

Sunday School Gazette; The Dayspring (4 Aug 1849-after Dec 1879)

The Student and Schoolmate; The Student and Schoolmate, and Forrester’s Boy’s and Girl’s Magazine; The Student and Schoolmate; The Schoolmate (Nov 1855-1872)

Stephen T. Allen & Co. • Stephen T. Allen, Isaac C. & John N. Stearns

New York, New York

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

Ross Alley

Middlefork, Indiana

The Youth’s Casket (early 1850-1852?)

Olean, Indiana

The Genius of Youth (1 June 1852-mid/late 1852)

J. K. Alpaugh

Cincinnati, Ohio

Young People’s Monthly (15 July-Dec 1858)

American Anti-Slavery Society

New York, New York

Slave’s Friend (April 1835-before April 1839)

American Baptist Board of Education

Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

Our Little Ones; Story World (1872-after 31 Aug 1969)

American Baptist Publication Society

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Young Reaper (Jan 1857-1908?)

Our Little Ones; Story World (1872-after 31 Aug 1969)

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

Boston, Massachusetts

The Dayspring • Youth’s Dayspring (Jan 1842-Dec 1855)

American Millenial Association

Boston, Massachusetts

The Youth’s Visitor (Jan 1864-Oct 1872)

American News Company

New York, New York

The Student and Schoolmate; The Student and Schoolmate, and Forrester’s Boy’s and Girl’s Magazine; The Student and Schoolmate; The Schoolmate (Nov 1855-1872)

Our Young Folks (Jan 1865-Dec 1873)

American Sunday-School Union

Boston, Massachusetts

Youth’s Penny Gazette • The Youth’s Sunday-School Gazette (also The Youth’s Sunday School Gazette) (11 Jan 1843-1861)

New York, New York

Youth’s Penny Gazette • The Youth’s Sunday-School Gazette (also The Youth’s Sunday School Gazette) (11 Jan 1843-1861)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Youth’s Penny Gazette • The Youth’s Sunday-School Gazette (also The Youth’s Sunday School Gazette) (11 Jan 1843-1861)

Teacher’s Offering; or Sabbath’s Scholar’s Magazine; Teacher’s Offering; or Sunday Scholar’s Magazine; The Youth’s Friend, and Scholar’s Magazine (Nov 1823-after 1845)

The Infants’ Magazine (Jan 1829-1842)

The Child’s Companion and Youth’s Friend (Jan 1845-after 1870)

Sunday-School Banner (Jan 1859-Dec 1861)

Child’s World • Youth’s World (1862-after 1884)

C. S. Abbott & Co.

Cincinnati, Ohio

Little Forester (Jan 1854-Oct 1855)

American Temperance Union

New York, New York

Youth’s Temperance Advocate; Youth’s Temperance Advocate and Band of Hope Recorder (Nov 1839-after May 1865)

American Tract Society

New York, New York

The Child’s Paper (Jan 1852-1897?)

Morning Light (Jan 1871-after 1876)

Andrews: Richardson & Andrews

Boston, Massachusetts

Young America Monthly Magazine (Jan-Dec 1858)

T. S. Arthur & Son

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Children’s Hour (Jan 1867-June 1874)

Thomas A. Ash

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Youth’s Literary Gazette (1 Dec 1832-22 Nov 1833)

Thomas T. Ash

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Juvenile Miscellany (Sept 1826-Feb 1836; April 1836)

Babcock: Carter, Hendee, & Babcock

Boston, Massachusetts

The Juvenile Miscellany (Sept 1826-Feb 1836; April 1836)

James E. N. Backus

DeRuyter, New York; Port Leyden, New York; Scott, New York; Albion, WI

The Sabbath School Gem (1863-1864, 1869-1873)

Messrs. Baird

Baltimore, Maryland

Southern Boys’ and Girls’ Monthly (Jan 1867-July 1868)

Baird & Brother • Messrs. Baird • Messrs. Baird & J. W. Turner

Richmond, Virginia

Southern Boys’ and Girls’ Monthly (Jan 1867-July 1868)

Josiah Ball

Boston, Massachusetts

The Fly; or Juvenile Miscellany (16 Oct 1805-2 April 1806)

Bancroft: Schermerhorn, Bancroft, & Co.

New York, New York

The Student and Schoolmate; The Student and Schoolmate, and Forrester’s Boy’s and Girl’s Magazine; The Student and Schoolmate; The Schoolmate (Nov 1855-1872)

N. Bangs & T. Mason

New York, New York

Youth’s Instructer and Guardian; Youth’s Instructer and Sabbath School and Bible Class Assistant (1823-1832)

Bangs & Emory

New York, New York

The Child’s Magazine (July 1827-1844)

Benjamin Bannen

Pottsville, Pennsylvania

Schuylkill County School Journal (Jan 1854-)

Baptist General Tract Society

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Baptist Tract and Youth’s Magazine; The Baptist Tract Magazine (1827-Dec 1835)

Conrad Bär

Buffalo, New York

Der Schul- und Hausfreund (1853-)

Barrett & Jones

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Little Truth-Teller: A New-Church Magazine for Children (1845-1852)

Barrett: Walker & Barrett

Portland, Maine

The Scholars’ Leaf of the Tree of Knowledge (6 Jan 1849-16 Dec 1850)

John Bartlett

Cambridge, Massachusetts

The Child’s Friend; The Child’s Friend and Youth’s Magazine; The Child’s Friend and Family Magazine (Oct 1843-Oct 1858)

R. Bartow & W. A. Bartow

New York, New York

Youth’s Magazine: or, Evangelical Miscellany (Jan 1818-)

Beadle & Adams • Beadle & Brother • Beadle & Vanduzee • E. F. Beadle

Buffalo, New York

The Youth’s Casket (Jan 1852-Dec 1857)

Bennett & Co. • Bennett & Bright

Utica, New York

The Youth’s Miscellany (Utica, New York; Jan 1830-1839?)

Carl Beyschlag

Cincinnati, Ohio

Schul- und Jugend-Zeitung (about 1855)

Binney & Rand

Boston, Massachusetts

The Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion; Forrester’s Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion (Jan 1848-Dec 1857)

H. C. Bishop, jr

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monthly Rose; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet); The Monthly Rose, and Otis School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet; The Monthly Rose (July 1845-after Nov 1847)

Brown, Bishop & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monthly Rose; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet); The Monthly Rose, and Otis School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet; The Monthly Rose (July 1845-after Nov 1847)

Blackmer: Adams, Blackmer & Lyon Publishing Co.

Chicago, Illinois

The Little Folks (1869-1877)

Blakesley: Luther Pratt & A. Blakesley

New York, New York

The Juvenile Depository, or Youth’s Mental Casket • Youth’s Mental Casket, and Literary Star • Casket and Star (July 1838-1842?)

Blanchard: Buell & Blanchard

Washington, District of Columbia

Friend of Youth (Nov 1849-Oct 1852)

Board of Publication of the Reformed Church

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Pastor’s Helper • The Child’s Treasury (Jan 1859-after 1903)

Bowles: B. H. Greene, L. C. Bowles

Boston, Massachusetts

The Juvenile Repository (6 July 1833-1834?)

Leonard C. Bowles

Boston, Massachusetts

The Child’s Friend; The Child’s Friend and Youth’s Magazine; The Child’s Friend and Family Magazine (Oct 1843-Oct 1858)

Samuel Boykin

Macon, Georgia

The Child’s Index; Child’s Delight (Sept 1862-1869)

Bradbury & Guild

Boston, Massachusetts

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

The Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion; Forrester’s Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion (Jan 1848-Dec 1857)

Bradbury & Soden

Boston, Massachusetts

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

New York, New York

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

Bradley & Gilbert

Louisville, Kentucky

The School and Fireside (11 Jan-after 10 May 1867)

Milton Bradley & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

Work and Play (Jan 1870-March 1872)

Brecher: L. Schnabel & M. Brecher

New York, New York

Young Israel; Libanon (Jan 1871-1900?)

A. O. Brickmann

Baltimore, Maryland

Die Taube (The dove)(1859-1862)

Kinderzeitung (15 April 1859-15 March 1862)

Bright Side Co.

Chicago, Illinois

The Bright Side; Bright Side and Family Circle (July 1869-after 29 June 1873)

Child’s Friend (1872-after 1873)

I. W. Brinckerhoff

New York, New York

The Child at Home (Dec 1859-1879?)

Brittain: Evans & Brittain

New York, New York

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

S. B. Brittan

New York, New York

Young People’s Journal of Science, Literature, & Art (Nov 1848-?)

E. R. Broaders

Boston, Massachusetts

The Juvenile Miscellany (Sept 1826-Feb 1836; April 1836)

S. K. Brobst

Allentown, Pennsylvania

Der Jugend-Freund aller Christlichen Benennungen • Christen-Bote und Jugend-Freund • Jugend-Freund und Christen-Bote • Der Jugend-Freund • Der Jugend-Freund und Illustrierte JugendBlätter (16 June 1847-after 1917)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Der Jugend-Freund aller Christlichen Benennungen • Christen-Bote und Jugend-Freund • Jugend-Freund und Christen-Bote • Der Jugend-Freund • Der Jugend-Freund und Illustrierte JugendBlätter (16 June 1847-after 1917)

N. Broughton

Boston, Massachusetts

The Child at Home (Dec 1859-1879?)

Brown: Dalton, Brown & Campbell

Boston, Massachusetts

The Wreath (1 Nov 1842-1 June 1843)

Brown: Shepard, Clark & Brown

Boston, Massachusetts

The Little-Pig Monthly (May, July 1859)

Brown, Bishop & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monthly Rose; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet); The Monthly Rose, and Otis School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet; The Monthly Rose (July 1845-after Nov 1847)

Henry L. Brown & George P. Brown

Groton, Massachusetts

The Golden Rule (May 1846-)

Joseph H. Brown; Brown, Lane & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monthly Rose; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet); The Monthly Rose, and Otis School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet; The Monthly Rose (July 1845-after Nov 1847)

J. L. Brown

Bowdoinham, Maine

What Not (1859-1860)

John Joseph Bruner (J. J. Bruner)

Salisbury, North Carolina

Child’s Banner (15 Feb 1865-1865)

J. J. Buchanan

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The Flower Basket (-until March 1852)

Buell & Blanchard

Washington, District of Columbia

Friend of Youth (1849-Oct 1852)

Burges & Honour

Charleston, South Carolina

Rose Bud, or Youth’s Gazette; Southern Rose Bud; The Southern Rose (11 Aug 1832-17 Aug 1839)

J. S. Burges

Charleston, South Carolina

Rose Bud, or Youth’s Gazette; Southern Rose Bud; The Southern Rose (11 Aug 1832-17 Aug 1839)

J. W. Burke; John W. Burke

Macon, Georgia

Children’s Guide (July 1863-Aug 1865)

The Burke’s Weekly for Boys and Girls; Burke’s Magazine for Boys and Girls (6 July 1867-Dec 1871)

Burnett & Smith

New York, New York

Youth’s Companion, and Weekly Family Visitor; Youth’s Companion and Family Visitor (1 April 1832-22 March 1834)

Button & Hanley • Button & Hobbs • Shortridge & Button • Shortridge, Button & Hanley

Indianapolis, Indiana

The Little Chief (Jan 1867-Feb 1872)

Norman A. Calkins • Denman, Calkins & Paine

New York, New York

The Student; The Student and Family Miscellany (Nov 1848-Oct 1855)

N. A. Calkins • Calkins & Stiles

New York, New York

The Student and Schoolmate; The Student and Schoolmate, and Forrester’s Boy’s and Girl’s Magazine; The Student and Schoolmate; The Schoolmate (Nov 1855-1872)

Campbell: W. L. Terhune, Frank L. Howard, Reed Campbell

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

The Young Sportsman (1870?-after April 1872)

Campbell: Dalton, Brown & Campbell

Boston, Massachusetts

The Wreath (1 Nov 1842-1 June 1843)

George Q. Cannon

Salt Lake City, Utah Territory

The Juvenile Instructor • Instructor • New Era (1 Jan 1866-present)

Capen: Marsh, Capen & Lyon

Boston, Massachusetts

The Family School (Sept, Nov 1836)

G. W. Carleton

New York, New York

Onward; Mayne Reid’s Magazine Onward (Jan 1869-Feb 1870)

Carlton & Lanahan

New York, New York

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

Golden Hours (Jan 1869-1880)

Carlton & Phillips

New York, New York

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

The Sunday-Scholar’s Mirror (1847-1850)

Youth’s Monitor (1851-after 1854)

Carlton & Porter

New York, New York

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

The Encourager (Dec 1844-1847?)

Carter & Hendee • Carter, Hendee, & Babcock

Boston, Massachusetts

The Juvenile Miscellany (Sept 1826-Feb 1836; April 1836)

T. Harrington Carter & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine; Boys’ & Girls’ Monthly Library (Jan 1843-after March 1844)

New Church Magazine for Children; The Children’s New-Church Magazine (Jan 1843-1891?)

T. H. Carter & Sons • T. Harrington Carter & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

New Church Magazine for Children; The Children’s New-Church Magazine (Jan 1843-1891?)

J. Cashman • Kivlan & Cashman

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young Crusader (also Young Crusader) (Jan 1869-Oct 1875?)

Cass: Joseph Elder, Thomas Egleston, & John Cass

New York, New York

The Mt. Vernon Enterprise (1847-?)

Catholic Publication Society

New York, New York

The Young Catholic (Oct 1870-after 1872)

Catlin: Cox & Catlin

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Boys’ and Girls’ Literary Bouquet; Boys’ and Girls’ Monthly Bouquet; Boys’ and Girls’ Bouquet (Nov 1842-Dec 1845)

J. Catlin

Montrose, Pennsylvania

The Moral and Religious Repository, or Youth’s Christian Monitor; Youth’s Christian Monitor (9 July 1824-)

James C. Catlin

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Boys’ and Girls’ Literary Bouquet; Boys’ and Girls’ Monthly Bouquet; Boys’ and Girls’ Bouquet (Nov 1842-Dec 1845)

Cayuga County Orphan Asylum Board of Managers

Auburn, New York

The Orphans’ Friend (1858-after 1882)

Chance: Miller & Chance

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Youth’s Miscellany (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 1833)

Chapin: Lott & Chapin

New York, New York

The Pierian (Jan-Aug 1843)

Chapman: Deane, Chapman & Crocker

Boston, Massachusetts

Juvenile Gazette (18 March 1848-?)

Charlestown Female Seminary

Charlestown, Massachusetts

The Young Ladies’ Casket (1841-24 March 1842)

Christian Publication Society

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young Pilgrim (Sept 1863-after 1925)

Christian Publishing

St. Louis, Missouri

The Young Evangelist (1865-1906?)

Otis Clapp

Boston, Massachusetts

New Church Magazine for Children; The Children’s New-Church Magazine (Jan 1843-1891?)

Clark & Hutchinson • W. A. Clark & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monthly Rose; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet); The Monthly Rose, and Otis School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet; The Monthly Rose (July 1845-after Nov 1847)

Clark: Shepard, Clark & Brown

Boston, Massachusetts

The Little-Pig Monthly (May, July 1859)

C. C. Clark

Cincinnati, Ohio

Youth’s Monthly Visitor ; Youth’s Monthly Visiter (March 1844-1846)

John Clarke

Sharon Center, Ohio

The Young Folks Gem (Nov 1872-after Oct 1873)

Wadsworth, Ohio

The Young Folks Gem (Nov 1872-after Oct 1873)

Henry T. Clauder

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

The Little Missionary (Dec 1870-1920)

Robert Coddington

New York, New York

The Juvenile Weekly Gazette (9 Feb 1850-13 Dec 1851)

William T. Coggeshall

Cincinnati, Ohio

Little Forester (Jan 1854-Oct 1855)

E. B. Coleman

New Haven, Connecticut

The Sabbath School Repository and Teacher’s Assistant (Jan-Dec 1823)

Daniel C. Colesworthy

Portland, Maine

The Juvenile Reformer and Sabbath School Instructor; Journal of Reform (May 1830-17 May 1837)

Youth’s Monitor (1840-1842)

S. H. Colesworthy

Portland, Maine

The Eastern Rose-Bud; Eastern Rose-Bud and Sabbath School Companion (6 March 1841-22 April 1843)

Collins Brothers

San Francisco, California

The Pacific Youth (1870-after June 1871)

Samuel Colman

Boston, Massachusetts

Parley’s Magazine (16 March 1833-1844)

Columbiana County Lyceum Association

New Liston, Ohio

Youth’s Lyceum (April 1837-)

Concordia Publishing House

St. Louis, Missouri

Lutherisches Kinder- und Jugendblatt (Jan 1871-Dec 1938)

Thomas G. Condie, jr

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Juvenile Port-folio and Literary Miscellany (17 Oct 1812-7 Dec 1816)

Congregational Publishing Society

Boston, Massachusetts

The Well-spring; The Wellspring for Young People; The Well-spring and Missionary Echoes; The Wellspring (5 Jan 1844-1928)

Chicago, Illinois

The Well-spring; The Wellspring for Young People; The Well-spring and Missionary Echoes; The Wellspring (5 Jan 1844-1928)

Corey & Fairbank

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Child’s Newspaper (7 Jan-Sept 1834)

W. B. Corning, jr

Nyack, New York

Boys’ and Girls’ New Monthly Magazine (July 1868-)

Cotton: Morris Cotton & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Schoolmate (Feb 1852-Oct 1855)

Cox & Catlin

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Boys’ and Girls’ Literary Bouquet; Boys’ and Girls’ Monthly Bouquet; Boys’ and Girls’ Bouquet (Nov 1842-Dec 1845)

Aaron F. Cox

New York, New York

Boys’ and Girls’ Literary Bouquet; Boys’ and Girls’ Monthly Bouquet; Boys’ and Girls’ Bouquet (Nov 1842-Dec 1845)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Boys’ and Girls’ Literary Bouquet; Boys’ and Girls’ Monthly Bouquet; Boys’ and Girls’ Bouquet (Nov 1842-Dec 1845)

The Satchel (Feb 1846-1847)

The Boys’ and Girls’ Journal; The Boys’ and Girls’ Weekly Penny Journal; The Boys’ and Girls’ Penny Journal; Fithian’s Magazine for Girls and Boys; Fithian’s Miniature Magazine: A Student Manual and Fireside Miscellany Devoted to the Useful and Beautiful (Jan 1848-at least 1854)

Crocker: Deane, Chapman & Crocker

Boston, Massachusetts

Juvenile Gazette (18 March 1848-?)

Adam Crooks

Syracuse, New York

Children’s Banner (1857-after 1885)

William Crosby & Henry P. Nichols

Boston, Massachusetts

The Playmate (Sept 1847-May 1848)

J. L. Cross

New Haven, Connecticut

The Child’s Cabinet (1832)

O. R. L. Crozier

Rochester, New York

The Children’s Friend (April 1851-1853)

Cummings, Hilliard, & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monitor (Jan 1823-Dec 1824)

William J. Cunningham

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Boys’ and Girls’ Weekly Catholic Magazine; Boys’ and Girls’ Catholic Magazine; Catholic Weekly Instructor; Weekly Catholic Instructor (6 June 1846-1851)

Curtis: Miller & Curtis

New York, New York

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

S. L. Cuthbert

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The Youth’s Cabinet (1869-1871)

Dalton, Brown & Campbell

Boston, Massachusetts

The Wreath (1 Nov 1842-1 June 1843)

J. W. Daughaday

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Clark’s School Visitor; Our Schoolday Visitor; The Schoolday Visitor Magazine; The Schoolday Magazine (1 April 1857-15 April 1875)

Daughaday & Becker

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Clark’s School Visitor; Our Schoolday Visitor; The Schoolday Visitor Magazine; The Schoolday Magazine (1 April 1857-15 April 1875)

Emerson Davis

Westfield, Massachusetts

The Scholar’s Quarterly Journal; The Scholar’s Journal (Feb 1828-15 Nov 1829)

George R. Davis & Bro.

Portland, Maine

The Child’s Magazine (May 1857-April 1858)

Pardon Davis

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Juvenile Repertory (Sept 1828-Jan 1829?)

Nathaniel L. Dayton

Boston, Massachusetts

The Pupil: A Monthly Treasury for School Children (Oct 1855-March 1856?)

B. F. De Bow

Charleston, South Carolina

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

Deane, Chapman & Crocker

Boston, Massachusetts

Juvenile Gazette (18 March 1848-?)

W. Jennings Demorest

New York, New York

Demorest’s Young America (Nov 1866-1875)

Denman, Calkins & Paine

New York, New York

The Student; The Student and Family Miscellany (Nov 1848-Oct 1855)

J. S. Denman

New York, New York

The Student and Young Tutor (Nov 1846-Oct 1848)

Deseret Sunday School Union

Salt Lake City, Utah Territory

The Juvenile Instructor; Instructor; New Era (1 Jan 1866-present)

Deutsches Verlagshaus

Cleveland, Ohio

Der Lämmer-Hirte; Der Lämmerhirt; Der Lämmer Hirte; Der Lammerhirte; Lammerherte (1857-1940)

Dewey & Co.

San Francisco, California

California Youths’ Companion • Pacific Pioneer and Youth’s Literary Companion (3 Dec 1864-after 27 Jan 1867)

James S. Dickerson • Evans & Dickerson

New York, New York

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

Dillingham: Lee, Shepard & Dillingham

New York, New York

The Infants’ Delight; Infants’ Delight (1870-after Dec 1872)

G. M. Dillworth

West Chester, Pennsylvania

Young America (March 1856-after March 1858)

Dinsmore & Co.

New York, New York

The Little-Pig Monthly (May, July 1859)

Dix: Sleeper, Dix & Rogers

Boston, Massachusetts

Youth’s Medallion (17 April 1841-10 Dec 1842)

Dix & Edwards • Dix, Edwards & Co.

New York, New York

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

Domestic Missions, Protestant Episcopal Church

New York, New York

The Young Christian Soldier (1858-1881?)

Patrick Donahoe

Boston, Massachusetts

Spare Hours (Jan-Dec 1866)

Arthur Donaldson

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Juvenile Magazine (May-June 1811; July-Aug 1813)

T. Donaldson

Edgewood, Maryland

The Weekly Magpie (30 April?-29 Oct 1859)

W. M. Doughty

Chicago, Illinois

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

Dowling & Shortridge • William Worth Dowling

Indianapolis, Indiana

The Little Chief (Jan 1867-Feb 1872)

William Worth Dowling

Chicago, Illinois

The Little Watchman (1870-1876)

Indianapolis, Indiana

The Little Sower (Jan 1865-after April 1877)

The Little Chief (Jan 1867-Feb 1872)

The Laurel Wreath (1872?-after 1874)

Drew and Scammell

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

Howard Durham

Cincinnati, Ohio

Little Forester (Jan 1854-Oct 1855)

The Little Traveler (Cincinnati, Ohio; Nov 1854-after Dec 1854)

Edgar: Smith & Edgar

San Francisco, California

California Youths’ Companion • Pacific Pioneer and Youth’s Literary Companion (3 Dec 1864-after 27 Jan 1867)

Edwards: Dix & Edwards • Dix, Edwards & Co.

New York, New York

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

Egleston: Joseph Elder, Thomas Egleston, & John Cass

New York, New York

The Mt. Vernon Enterprise (1847-?)

Benjamin Ela

New York, New York

Youth’s Galaxy (Jan-June 1853)

Joseph Elder, Thomas Egleston, & John Cass

New York, New York

The Mt. Vernon Enterprise (1847-?)

Emory: Bangs & Emory

New York, New York

The Child’s Magazine (July 1827-1844)

William Estill

Charleston, South Carolina

Rose Bud, or Youth’s Gazette; Southern Rose Bud; The Southern Rose (11 Aug 1832-17 Aug 1839)

Evangelical Association

Cleveland, Ohio

Sunday School Messenger (Cleveland, Ohio; June 1864-29 June 1947)

Evans & Brittain • Evans & Dickerson

New York, New York

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

Executive Committee of the New York State Youth’s Temperance Society

Albany, New York

Youth’s Temperance Enterprise (1842-1847)

Executive Committee of the Oberlin Youth’s Anti-Slavery Society

Oberlin, Ohio

The Youth’s Emancipator (May 1842, Aug 1842-Mar 1843)

Fairbank: Corey & Fairbank

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Child’s Newspaper (7 Jan-Sept 1834)

Eugene H. Fales

New York, New York

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

Ephraim Fellows & W. R. Simpson

Belfast, Maine

The Juvenile Magazine (April 1823)

James M. Ferguson

Pittsburg, Pennsylvania

Youth’s Evangelist • The Youth’s Evangelist (Jan 1859-1930?)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Youth’s Evangelist • The Youth’s Evangelist (Jan 1859-1930?)

Fields: Ticknor & Fields

Boston, Massachusetts

Our Young Folks (Jan 1865-Dec 1873)

Myron Finch

New York, New York

The Sabbath School Monitor; Sunday School Monitor; Light Ship and Sabbath School Monitor (1840-1846 or 1847)

Myron Finch & Charles Parker

New York, New York

Youth’s Cabinet; The Youth’s Cabinet; New-York Teacher’s Lyceum; Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet; Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet and Uncle Frank’s Dollar Magazine (28 April 1837-March 1857)

First Day School Association of Philadelphia

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Scattered Seeds (Fifth month (May) 1869-1935)

S. R. Fisher & Co.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Pastor’s Helper • The Child’s Treasury (Jan 1859-after 1903)

Charles Fithian

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Boys’ and Girls’ Journal; The Boys’ and Girls’ Weekly Penny Journal; The Boys’ and Girls’ Penny Journal; Fithian’s Magazine for Girls and Boys; Fithian’s Miniature Magazine: A Student Manual and Fireside Miscellany Devoted to the Useful and Beautiful (Jan 1848-at least 1854)

Asa Fitz

Boston, Massachusetts

The Penny Library for School Children (1 April-3 June 1845)

Providence

The Cold Water Boy (1842)

Asa Fitz & L. F. Forrest

Boston, Massachusetts

The Scholar’s Penny Gazette (29 April 1848-17 Aug 1850)

L. D. Fleming

Portland, Maine; Newark, New Jersey

Youth’s Family Instructor and Sunday School Visitor (7 Jan 1841-after May 1842)

E. H. Fletcher

New York, New York

Youth’s Galaxy (Jan-June 1853)

Edward H. Fletcher

New York, New York

Republication of Parley’s Magazine (1857)

D. K. Flickinger

Dayton, Ohio

Missionary Visitor • Children’s Visitor (1865-1901)

W. C. Forde & Co.

San Francisco, California

The Pacific Youth (1870-after June 1871)

Forrest: Asa Fitz & L. F. Forrest

Boston, Massachusetts

The Scholar’s Penny Gazette (29 April 1848-17 Aug 1850)

Foster: Henry R. James, James W. Hopkins, & Charles R. Foster

Ogdensburg, New York

The Boys’ Daily Journal • Boys’ Journal (1 May 1855-1857)

Fowler & Wells

New York, New York

The Student; The Student and Family Miscellany (Nov 1848-Oct 1855)

A. Fowler

Charleston, South Carolina

The Sunday Visitant, or, Weekly Repository of Christian Knowledge (3 Jan 1818-25 Dec 1819)

Charles S. Francis

New York, New York

Parley’s Magazine (16 March 1833-1844)

Joseph H. Francis

Boston, Massachusetts

Parley’s Magazine (16 March 1833-1844)

George W. Frary

Hudson, New York

Little American (1 Oct 1862-1864)

Rhinecliff, New York

Little American (1 Oct 1862-1864)

West Point, New York

Little American (1 Oct 1862-1864)

Free-will Baptist Printing Establishment

Dover, New Hampshire

The Sabbath School Repository (1841)

The Myrtle (17 May 1845-31 Dec 1904)

E. French

New York, New York

The Youth’s Penny Paper (May 1838-after Feb 1839)

Horace B. Fuller

Boston, Massachusetts

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

Gardner: W. G. Reed & J. B. Gardner

Roxbury, Massachusetts

Pioneer (4 May 1857-13 Oct 1858)

Boston, Massachusetts

Young America Monthly Magazine (Jan-Dec 1858)

General Church of the New Jerusalem

Newark, Ohio

Monthly Voice (Jan 1862-August 1863, Dec 1863-Jan 1864, April 1864)

General Convention of the New Church

New York, New York

New Church Magazine for Children; The Children’s New-Church Magazine (Jan 1843-1891?)

General Convention of the New Jerusalem in the United States of America

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Little Messenger (July 1868-1 Aug 1873)

General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School

New York, New York

The Children’s Magazine (Jan 1829-1874)

General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union & Church Book Society

New York, New York

Youth’s Gazette (Jan 1860-after 9 Sept 1865?)

Children’s Guest (Jan 1860-after 1872)

Gilbert: Bradley & Gilbert

Louisville, Kentucky

The School and Fireside (11 Jan-after 10 May 1867)

Gillin, McGuegan & Griffin; Gillin, McGuigan & Griffin; Gillin & McGuigan

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Guardian Angel (1867-after 1884)

Goodwin: Hudson & Goodwin

Hartford, Connecticut

Children’s Magazine (Jan-April 1789)

A. Q. Goodwin

Indianapolis, Indiana

The Sparkling Gem (1867-after 1868)

Cornelius H. Gottsberger

New York, New York

The Children’s Catholic Magazine (March 1838-Feb 1840)

Young Catholic’s Magazine (Dec 1841-1842?)

John Graham

Chicago, Illinois

The Young Catholic’s Guide (May 1867-April 1870)

J. Grant

Cincinnati, Ohio

Christian Sunday School Journal (1851-)

Graves: Heath & Graves

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young Reaper (Jan 1844-1856)

Graves, Marks & Co.

Nashville, Tennessee

The Children’s Book of Choice and Entertaining Reading for the Little Folks at Home (also, The Children’s Monthly Book) (Jan 1855-April 1860)

Youth’s Magazine (May 1860-April 1861)

Greene: John Putnam and Wait, Greene, & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Juvenile Miscellany (Sept 1826-Feb 1836; April 1836)

Greene: Robinson, Greene & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Student and Schoolmate; The Student and Schoolmate, and Forrester’s Boy’s and Girl’s Magazine; The Student and Schoolmate; The Schoolmate (Nov 1855-1872)

B. H. Greene, L. C. Bowles

Boston, Massachusetts

The Juvenile Repository (6 July 1833-1834?)

Joseph Griffen

Brunswick, Maine

The Juvenile Key; Family Pioneer and Juvenile Key (18 Sept 1830-23 May 1837)

Griffin: Gillin, McGuegan & Griffin; Gillin, McGuigan & Griffin

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Guardian Angel (1867-after 1884)

Guild: Bradbury & Guild

Boston, Massachusetts

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

William Guild • Bradbury and Guild

Boston, Massachusetts

The Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion; Forrester’s Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion (Jan 1848-Dec 1857)

William Guild & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

Monthly Instructor and Fire Side Companion; Forrester’s Playmate; Youth’s Casket and Playmate (July 1854-after April 1867)

John Hageman

Cincinnati, Ohio

Young America (June 1857-after June 1858?)

John B. Hall

Boston, Massachusetts

The Juvenile Wesleyan (1843-1852?)

B. B. Hallock

New York, New York

The Young Christian (Jan 1851-1859)

Norwood Penrose Hallowell

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Young Spectator (15 Third month [March]-24 Fifth month [May] 1856)

Samuel L. Hammond

Charleston, South Carolina

The Portfolio (June-Sept 1861)

Hanley: Button & Hanley • Shortridge, Button & Hanley

Indianapolis, Indiana

The Little Chief (Jan 1867-Feb 1872)

E. N. Harris

Lynn, Massachusetts

Sabbath School Contributor; Light of Zion, and Sabbath School Contributor (6 June 1839-22 June 1843)

Edward N. Harris

Boston, Massachusetts

Youth’s Guide and Star (Jan-July 1843)

Ezekiel Harris & Co.

Mt. Pleasant, Ohio

Juvenile Museum (16 Sept 1822-27 Sept 1823)

James F. Hart

Horicon, New York

Youth’s Manual • The Weekly Manual • The Youth’s Manual • The Temperance Star • The Youth’s Guide (Jan-26 June, Aug-Dec 1868, Jan-Feb, July-Oct, Dec 1869-Jan, April-12 May 1870)

H. L. Hastings

Boston, Massachusetts

Little Christian (1871-1904?)

Hatch Brothers

Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Minnesota Pupil • The Minnesota Pupil and Youth’s National Gazette (Dec 1868-after 1872)

S. Hawes

Boston, Massachusetts

Young Folks’ Monitor, and The World We Live In (April 1861-)

Heath & Graves

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young Reaper (Jan 1844-1856)

Hendee: Carter & Hendee • Carter, Hendee, & Babcock

Boston, Massachusetts

The Juvenile Miscellany (Sept 1826-Feb 1836; April 1836)

G. H. Hickman

Baltimore, Maryland

Juvenile Mirror and Youth’s Literary Companion (1841)

James E. Hickman

New York, New York

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

Higgins & Perkinpink

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

Hilliard: Cummings, Hilliard, & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monitor (Jan 1823-Dec 1824)

J. V. Himes

Boston, Massachusetts

Children’s Advent Herald; Youth’s Guide (May 1846-1860?)

Hinds: Shepard & Hinds • Shepard, Hinds & Woodward

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monthly Rose; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet); The Monthly Rose, and Otis School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet; The Monthly Rose (July 1845-after Nov 1847)

Hitchcock & Walden

Chicago, Illinois

Golden Hours (Jan 1869-1880)

Cincinnati, Ohio

Die Glocke (The bell) • Sonntagschul Glocke (Sunday-school bell) (about 1856-1900?)

Golden Hours (Jan 1869-1880)

St. Louis, Missouri

Golden Hours (Jan 1869-1880)

Hitchcock: A. Poe & L. Hitchcock

Cincinnati, Ohio

Die Glocke (The bell) • Sonntagschul Glocke (Sunday-school bell) (about 1856-1900?)

Hitchcock: Poe & Hitchcock

Cincinnati, Ohio

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

Hobbs: Button & Hobbs

Indianapolis, Indiana

The Little Chief (Jan 1867-Feb 1872)

L. G. Hoffman

Albany, New York

The Sabbath School Messenger, and Children’s Friend (Oct 1828-Sept 1829?)

The Sabbath School Messenger, and Children’s Friend (1 May 1831-1832?)

H. R. Holsinger

Dale City, Pennsylvania

The Pious Youth (Jan 1870-Dec 1871)

Tyrone, Pennsylvania

The Pious Youth (Jan 1870-Dec 1871)

Holy Family Sunday School Association

Chicago, Illinois

The Sunday School Messenger (1868-after June 1875)

Sunday School Companion (Jan 1869-1904)

Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention

Atlanta, Georgia

Kind Words for the Sunday School Children (Jan 1866-29 Sept 1929)

Greenville, South Carolina

Kind Words for the Sunday School Children (Jan 1866-29 Sept 1929)

Macon, Georgia

Kind Words for the Sunday School Children (Jan 1866-29 Sept 1929)

Marion, Alabama

Kind Words for the Sunday School Children (Jan 1866-29 Sept 1929)

Memphis, Tennessee

Kind Words for the Sunday School Children (Jan 1866-29 Sept 1929)

Honour: Burges & Honour

Charleston, South Carolina

Rose Bud, or Youth’s Gazette; Southern Rose Bud; The Southern Rose (11 Aug 1832-17 Aug 1839)

Hopkins: Henry R. James, James W. Hopkins, & Charles R. Foster

Ogdensburg, New York

The Boys’ Daily Journal • Boys’ Journal (1 May 1855-1857)

J. S. Hostetter

Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

I Will Try (May 1859-after Oct 1860)

Houghton: Hurd & Houghton

Boston, Massachusetts

Apples of Gold (1871-1917) Hurd & Houghton (New York, New York) • Riverside Magazine for Young People (Jan 1867-Dec 1870)

Howard: W. L. Terhune, Frank L. Howard, Reed Campbell

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

The Young Sportsman (1870?-after April 1872)

Hudson & Goodwin

Hartford, Connecticut

Children’s Magazine (Jan-April 1789)

Ralph Hunt

New York, New York

Youth’s Cabinet; The Youth’s Cabinet; New-York Teacher’s Lyceum; Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet; Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet and Uncle Frank’s Dollar Magazine (28 April 1837-March 1857)

Hunt: Putnam & Hunt

Boston, Massachusetts

The Juvenile Miscellany (Sept 1826-Feb 1836; April 1836)

Youth’s Magazine; or, Spirit of the Juvenile Miscellany (Jan-Dec 1830)

Classical Journal and Scholar’s Review; Juvenile Rambler; Juvenile Rambler, or, Family and School Journal (Jan 1830-26 Dec 1833)

Hurd & Houghton

Boston, Massachusetts

Apples of Gold (1871-1917)

New York, New York

Riverside Magazine for Young People (Jan 1867-Dec 1870)

B. B. Hussey; Benjamin B. Hussey

Charleston, South Carolina

Rose Bud, or Youth’s Gazette; Southern Rose Bud; The Southern Rose (11 Aug 1832-17 Aug 1839)

The Bouquet (Dec 1841-23 Dec 1843)

Hutchings & Rosenfield

San Francisco, California

The Little Pioneer (Jan 1860-1861?)

A. Hutchinson

Boston, Massachusetts

Sunday School Gazette; The Dayspring (4 Aug 1849-after Dec 1879)

Worcester, Massachusetts

Sunday School Gazette; The Dayspring (4 Aug 1849-after Dec 1879)

William H. Hutchinson

Salem, Massachusetts

The Asteroid (1 Aug 1848-after July 1849?)

Clark & Hutchinson

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monthly Rose; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet); The Monthly Rose, and Otis School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet; The Monthly Rose (July 1845-after Nov 1847)

Thaddeus Hyatt, Daniel H. Jacques

New York, New York

The Favourite Magazine of Instruction and Amusement for Boys and Girls; The Favorite (April-Sept 1852)

Willett J. Hyatt

Poughkeepsie, New York

The Young Cadet (Aug 1872-)

Joseph W. Ingraham

Boston, Massachusetts

The Sunday Scholars’ Magazine; or, Monthly Reward Book (Jan 1821-)

Alex. Ingram, jr

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The Sabbath School Friend (1840?-)

W. & S. B. Ives

Salem, Massachusetts

The Hive (27 Sept 1828-20 Sept 1830)

The Family School (Sept, Nov 1836)

Jackson & Schram

Poughkeepsie, New York

Youth’s Guide to Piety and Virtue; Youth’s Guide to Piety and Virtue, and Literary Casket (3 Sept 1836-after 5 Aug 1837)

Jacques: Thaddeus Hyatt, Daniel H. Jacques

New York, New York

The Favourite Magazine of Instruction and Amusement for Boys and Girls; The Favorite (April-Sept 1852)

Galen James & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Student and Schoolmate; The Student and Schoolmate, and Forrester’s Boy’s and Girl’s Magazine; The Student and Schoolmate; The Schoolmate (Nov 1855-1872)

Henry R. James, James W. Hopkins, & Charles R. Foster

Ogdensburg, New York

The Boys’ Daily Journal • Boys’ Journal (1 May 1855-1857)

S. W. Johns

Cincinnati, Ohio

Youth’s Magazine and Juvenile Harp (Jan 1841-after July 1842)

Benjamin Johnson & Jacob Johnson

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Juvenile Magazine, or Miscellaneous Repository of Useful Information (1802)

J. H. Jones • Barrett & Jones

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Little Truth-Teller: A New-Church Magazine for Children (1845-1852)

K. K. Jones

Chicago, Illinois

The Youth’s Gazette (1843)

William L. Jones

New York, New York

Boys and Girls Own Magazine (Jan 1859-Dec 1861)

Juvenile Foreign Missionary Society

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Juvenile Missionary Intelligencer (March 1835-Feb 1838)

J. J. Kearney

Chicago, Illinois

Young Catholic’s Friend (1865-1880?)

N. P. Kemp

Boston, Massachusetts

The Child’s Paper (Jan 1852-1897?)

O. Kendall & J. Johnson

Providence, Rhode Island

Juvenile Gazette (Nov 1819-Jan 1820?)

Oliver Kendall, jr

Providence, Rhode Island

Juvenile Gazette (24 Nov 1827-15 Nov 1828)

L. H. Kimball

Chicago, Illinois

Little Bouquet; Little Bouquets; Lyceum Banner; Little Bouquet (15 May 1866-after Dec 1876)

Dexter S. King

Boston, Massachusetts

Sabbath School Messenger (June 1837-16 April 1846)

Philip A. Kirk

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young Catholics’ Friend (also, Young Catholic’s Friend) (6 May 1840-after 26 Dec 1840)

Kivlan & Cashman

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young Crusader (also Young Crusader) (Jan 1869-Oct 1875?)

Isaac Knapp

Boston, Massachusetts

Youth’s Cabinet; The Youth’s Cabinet; New-York Teacher’s Lyceum; Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet; Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet and Uncle Frank’s Dollar Magazine (28 April 1837-March 1857)

Henry J. Kurtz

Dayton, Ohio

The Children’s Paper (Jan 1871-after 1873)

Lanahan: Carlton & Lanahan

New York, New York

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

Golden Hours (Jan 1869-1880)

Lane: Brown, Lane & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monthly Rose; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet); The Monthly Rose, and Otis School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet; The Monthly Rose (July 1845-after Nov 1847)

Lane & Scott

New York, New York

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

The Sunday-Scholar’s Mirror (1847-1850)

Youth’s Monitor (1851-after 1854)

Lane: Lane & Tippett

New York, New York

The Child’s Magazine (July 1827-1844)

Sunday School Magazine (1835-1851)

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

The Sunday-Scholar’s Mirror (1847-1850)

Benjamin P. Lane

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monthly Rose; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet); The Monthly Rose, and Otis School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet; The Monthly Rose (July 1845-after Nov 1847)

G. Lane & P. P. Sandford

New York, New York

The Child’s Magazine (July 1827-1844)

Lane: T. Mason & G. Lane

New York, New York

The Child’s Magazine (July 1827-1844)

Youth’s Magazine: A Monthly Miscellany (May 1838-April 1841)

Lee & Shepard

Boston, Massachusetts

Oliver Optic’s Magazine: Our Boys and Girls; Oliver Optic’s Magazine (5 Jan 1867-Dec 1875)

The Infants’ Delight; Infants’ Delight (1870-after Dec 1872)

Lee, Shepard & Dillingham

New York, New York

The Infants’ Delight; Infants’ Delight (1870-after Dec 1872)

James H. Lee

Charleston, Massachusetts

Boys’ Monthly Gazette (May 1857-April 1858?)

Frank Leslie

New York, New York

Frank Leslie’s Children’s Friend; Frank Leslie’s Boys’ and Girls’ Weekly (6 Oct 1866-9 Feb 1884)

H. N. F. Lewis

Chicago, Illinois

Young Folks’ Monthly (1870-1883)

Young Folks’ Rural (1870-1881)

Lilly, Wait & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

Parley’s Magazine (16 March 1833-1844)

J. P. Lippincott & Co.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Good Words for the Young (Nov 1868-Oct 1872)

Leander K. Lippincott

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Little Pilgrim (Oct 1853-April 1869)

Little: E. H. Pease & W. C. Little

Albany, New York

The Monthly Rose (Jan-Dec 1845)

W. C. Locke & Co.

New York, New York

The Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion; Forrester’s Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion (Jan 1848-Dec 1857)

Longley & Bro.

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Youth’s Friend • Youth’s Monthly Friend (also Monthly Youth’s Friend) (Cincinnati, Ohio; 6 March 1846-1860)

Chapin: Lott & Chapin

New York, New York

The Pierian (Jan-Aug 1843)

Lowell: Witherell & Lowell

Concord, New Hampshire

Uncle Ezekiel’s Youth’s Cabinet (May 1844-15 March 1846?)

Lutheran Association for the Publication of Religious Periodicals

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Busy Bee (Nov 1866-after Feb 1874)

Asa Lyman

New York, New York

Youth’s Journal (1828-?)

Lyon: Adams, Blackmer & Lyon Publishing Co.

Chicago, Illinois

The Little Folks (1869-1877)

Lyon: Marsh, Capen & Lyon

Boston, Massachusetts

The Family School (Sept, Nov 1836)

A. T. Maddox

Richmond, Virginia

Youth’s Sunday Casket (1842)

J. P. Magee

Boston, Massachusetts

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

R. M. Mansur

Mount Vernon, Maine

Young Folks’ Monitor, and The World We Live In (April 1861-)

Marks: Graves, Marks & Co.

Nashville, Tennessee

The Children’s Book of Choice and Entertaining Reading for the Little Folks at Home (also, The Children’s Monthly Book) (Jan 1855-April 1860)

Youth’s Magazine (May 1860-April 1861)

Marsh, Capen & Lyon

Boston, Massachusetts

The Family School (Sept, Nov 1836)

Alfred Martien

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Young Folks’ News (16 Dec 1868-after 1882)

T. Mason: N. Bangs & T. Mason

New York, New York

Youth’s Instructer and Guardian; Youth’s Instructer and Sabbath School and Bible Class Assistant (1823-1832)

T. Mason & G. Lane

New York, New York

The Child’s Magazine (July 1827-1844)

Youth’s Magazine: A Monthly Miscellany (May 1838-1841?)

Massachusetts Sabbath School Society

Boston, Massachusetts

The Well-spring; The Wellspring for Young People; The Well-spring and Missionary Echoes; The Wellspring (5 Jan 1844-1928)

Massachusetts Sunday School Society

Boston, Massachusetts

The Sabbath School Visiter (1833-1843)

Massachusetts Temperance Union

Boston, Massachusetts

Cold Water Army and Youth’s Picnic; Cold Water Army (Aug 1841-1843)

Lucius Matlack

New York, New York

The Juvenile Wesleyan (1843-1852?)

Lucius C. Matlack

Syracuse, New York

Juvenile Instructor (1844?-after 1869)

McCalla: Staveley & McCalla

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Mentor (May 1850-Dec 1851?)

McCurdy & Weston

Boston, Massachusetts

The Sparkling Fount (1858-)

D. McDonald & Co.

New York, New York

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

McGuegan: Gillin, McGuegan & Griffin

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Guardian Angel (1867-after 1884)

McGuigan: Gillin, McGuegan & Griffin; Gillin, McGuigan & Griffin; Gillin & McGuigan

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Guardian Angel (1867-after 1884)

Morton McMichael

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Young People’s Book (Sept 1841-Aug 1842)

Darius Mead

New York, New York

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

S. G. Mead

New York, New York

Fireside Miscellany and Young People’s Encyclopedia (Sept 1850-July 1851)

A. B. Mereness; Mereness Brothers

Martinsburg, New York

Boys’ Journal (July 1868-after 1871?)

Miller & Chance

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Youth’s Miscellany (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 1833)

Miller & Curtis

New York, New York

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

John Edwin Miller

Chicago, Illinois

The Little Corporal (July 1865-April 1875) Alfred L. Sewell & John Edwin Miller (Chicago, Illinois) • The Little Corporal (July 1865-April 1875)

Miller: Sewell & Miller

Chicago, Illinois

The Little Corporal’s School Festival; School Festival; National School Festival (Jan 1870-1874)

Minnesotian Printing Co.

Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Young Minnesotian (19 April 1869-6 Dec 1870)

Mission Press

Honolulu, Hawaii

Ke Kumu Kamalii (Jan-Dec 1837)

J. Mitchell, jr.

Little Rock, Arkansas

Monday Express (in 1852)

J. C. Mitchell

Little Rock, Arkansas

Youth’s Banner (1852-after May 1853)

Mitchell: Swormstedt & Mitchell

Cincinnati, Ohio

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

Israel Moody

Boston, Massachusetts

Young America Monthly Magazine (Jan-Dec 1858)

William August Munsell

Albany, New York

The Bee (9 March 1844-22 April 1845)

J. Murphy • John Murphy & Co.

Baltimore, Maryland

The Catholic Youth’s Magazine (Sept 1857-Aug 1861)

National Temperance Society

New York, New York

Youth’s Temperance Banner (Jan 1866-1917)

Nelson & Phillips

New York, New York

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

New England Sunday School Union

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young Reaper (Jan 1844-1856)

New York Catholic Protectory

West Chester, New York

The Little Schoolmate (Dec 1870-Jan 1876; May 1876)

Henry P. Nichols: William Crosby & Henry P. Nichols

Boston, Massachusetts

The Playmate (Sept 1847-May 1848)

William Nichols

Boston, Massachusetts

Juvenile Watchman (8 March, 26 April 1833-1835)

North Carolina Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind

Raleigh, North Carolina

The Deaf Mute Casket (1? Oct 1861-1 April 1865)

Orphans’ Home

Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Busy Bee (Nov 1866-after Feb 1874)

Howard Owen

Brunswick, Maine

Juvenile Temperance Watchman; Juvenile Watchman (2 Jan 1854-)

Owen: Stevenson & Owen

Nashville, Tennessee

Sunday School Visitor; The Children’s Visitor; The Visitor (Nov 1850-Dec 1854, May 1855-Mr 1862, 1866-after 1921)

Paine: Denman, Calkins & Paine

New York, New York

The Student; The Student and Family Miscellany (Nov 1848-Oct 1855)

Charles Parker: Myron Finch & Charles Parker

New York, New York

Youth’s Cabinet; The Youth’s Cabinet; New-York Teacher’s Lyceum; Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet; Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet and Uncle Frank’s Dollar Magazine (28 April 1837-March 1857)

E. H. Pease & W. C. Little

Albany, New York

The Monthly Rose (Jan-Dec 1845)

C. H. Peirce

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young American’s Magazine of Self-Improvement (Jan-Dec 1847)

Perkinpink: Higgins & Perkinpink

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

Phillips, Sampson & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

Sargent’s School Monthly (Jan-Nov? 1858)

Phillips: Carlton & Phillips

New York, New York

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

The Sunday-Scholar’s Mirror (1847-1850)

Youth’s Monitor (1851-after 1854)

Phillips: Nelson & Phillips

New York, New York

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

Phillips: Sampson & Phillips

Brookline, Massachusetts

The Young American (7 Oct 1857-1 Sept 1858)

A. R. Phippen

New York, New York

The Schoolmate (Feb 1852-Oct 1855)

P. M. Pinckard

St. Louis, Missouri

Sabbath School Star (Feb 1863-after 1870)

Poe: Poe & Hitchcock

Cincinnati, Ohio

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

A. Poe & L. Hitchcock • L. Swormstedt & A. Poe

Cincinnati, Ohio

Die Glocke (The bell) • Sonntagschul Glocke (Sunday-school bell) (about 1856-1900?)

August Pohlig & Co.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Der Lämmer-Hirte; Der Lämmerhirt; Der Lämmer Hirte; Der Lammerhirte; Lammerherte (1857-1940)

R. H. Pollock & G. W. Gowdy

Cincinnati, Ohio

Youth’s Evangelist • The Youth’s Evangelist (Jan 1859-1930?)

R. H. Pollock, G. W. Gowdy, R. D. Harper, & J. P. Smart

Cincinnati, Ohio

Youth’s Evangelist • The Youth’s Evangelist (Jan 1859-1930?)

S. H. Porter

Boston, Massachusetts

The Excelsior (1858)

Porter: Carlton & Porter

New York, New York

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

The Encourager (Dec 1844-1847?)

George W. & Sylvester O. Post

New York, New York

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

Luther Pratt & A. Blakesley

New York, New York

The Juvenile Depository, or Youth’s Mental Casket • Youth’s Mental Casket, and Literary Star • Casket and Star (July 1838-1842?)

Presbyterian Committee on Publication

Richmond, Virginia

The Children’s Friend (Aug 1862-1 Feb 1865, 1866-June 1915)

Protestant Episcopal Society for the Promotion of Evangelical Knowledge

New York, New York

The Standard-Bearer (1851-after 1867)

Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South

Nashville, Tennessee

The Sunday-School Magazine; Church School Magazine (Jan 1871-Dec 1931)

Publishing House of the United Brethren in Christ Church

Dayton, Ohio

The Children’s Friend • Friend for Boys and Girls (Dayton, Ohio; 1854-1917)

Der Jugend-Pilger (1870-1914?)

T. B. Pugh

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Our Young Folks (Jan 1865-Dec 1873)

Putnam & Hunt

Boston, Massachusetts

Classical Journal and Scholar’s Review; Juvenile Rambler; Juvenile Rambler, or, Family and School Journal (Jan 1830-26 Dec 1833)

The Juvenile Miscellany (Sept 1826-Feb 1836; April 1836)

Youth’s Magazine; or, Spirit of the Juvenile Miscellany (Jan-Dec 1830)

John Putnam • John Putnam and Wait, Greene & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Juvenile Miscellany (Sept 1826-Feb 1836; April 1836)

Rand: Reid & Rand

Boston, Massachusetts

Sabbath School Messenger (June 1837-16 April 1846)

F. & G. C. Rand

Boston, Massachusetts

The Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion; Forrester’s Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion (Jan 1848-Dec 1857)

Rand: Binney & Rand

Boston, Massachusetts

The Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion; Forrester’s Boys’ and Girls’ Magazine, and Fireside Companion (Jan 1848-Dec 1857)

J. L. Read (for the Sunday School Union of the Methodist Episcopal Church)

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

J. C. Reagan

Macon, Georgia

Youth’s Gem and Southern Cadet (Jan 1851-?)

W. G. Reed & J. B. Gardner

Roxbury, Massachusetts

Pioneer (4 May 1857-13 Oct 1858)

Boston, Massachusetts

Young America Monthly Magazine (Jan-Dec 1858)

William G. Reed

Boston, Massachusetts

Young America and Excelsior (Feb-April 1859?)

Reed: Richardson & Reed

Boston, Massachusetts

Young America Monthly Magazine (Jan-Dec 1858)

Young America and Excelsior (Feb-April 1859?)

Mayne Reid

New York, New York

Onward; Mayne Reid’s Magazine Onward (Jan 1869-Feb 1870)

Reid & Rand

Boston, Massachusetts

Sabbath School Messenger (June 1837-16 April 1846)

Religio-Philosophical Publishing Association

Chicago, Illinois

Little Bouquet; Little Bouquets; Lyceum Banner; Little Bouquet (15 May 1866-after Dec 1876)

Review & Herald Publishing Association

Washington, District of Columbia

The Youth’s Instructor; Instructor (1852-after Jan 14 1936)

Battlecreek, Michigan

Youth’s Instructor; Insight (Aug 1852-present?)

Rochester, New York

Youth’s Instructor; Insight (Aug 1852-present?)

Rich & Vose

Portland, Maine

Young People’s Helper; Young People’s Helper and Temperance Visitor (1862-after Jan 1872)

Rockland, Maine

The Youth’s Temperance Visitor (Feb 1860-April 1861, Sept 1862-after Jan 1872)

Richards and Walker

Charleston, South Carolina

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

William C. Richards

Athens, Georgia

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

Charleston, South Carolina

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

J. C. Richardson & Co.

Cincinnati, Ohio

Forest Garland (1853-1854)

Richardson & Andrews

Boston, Massachusetts

Young America Monthly Magazine (Jan-Dec 1858)

Richardson & Reed

Boston, Massachusetts

Young America Monthly Magazine (Jan-Dec 1858)

Young America and Excelsior (Feb-April 1859?)

Richardson: Robinson and Richardson

Boston, Massachusetts

The Student and Schoolmate; The Student and Schoolmate, and Forrester’s Boy’s and Girl’s Magazine; The Student and Schoolmate; The Schoolmate (Nov 1855-1872)

James Robinson • James Robinson & Co. • Robinson and Richardson • Robinson, Greene & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Student and Schoolmate; The Student and Schoolmate, and Forrester’s Boy’s and Girl’s Magazine; The Student and Schoolmate; The Schoolmate (Nov 1855-1872)

Rogers: Sleeper & Rogers • Sleeper, Dix & Rogers

Boston, Massachusetts

Youth’s Medallion (17 April 1841-10 Dec 1842)

O. A. Roorbach

New York, New York

Happy Hours (1871-1872)

George B. Russell

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The Pastor’s Helper • The Child’s Treasury (Jan 1859-after 1903)

Sampson & Phillips

Brookline, Massachusetts

The Young American (7 Oct 1857-1 Sept 1858)

Sampson: Philips, Sampson & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

Sargent’s School Monthly (Jan-Nov? 1858)

Sandford: G. Lane & P. P. Sandford

New York, New York

The Child’s Magazine (July 1827-1844)

George Savage

New York, New York

The Schoolmate (Feb 1852-Oct 1855)

C. M. Saxton

New York, New York

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

Saxton: Whittemore & Saxton

Chillicothe, Ohio

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

Scammell: Drew and Scammell

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

Schermerhorn, Bancroft, & Co.

New York, New York

The Student and Schoolmate; The Student and Schoolmate, and Forrester’s Boy’s and Girl’s Magazine; The Student and Schoolmate; The Schoolmate (Nov 1855-1872)

L. Schnabel & M. Brecher

New York, New York

Young Israel; Libanon (Jan 1871-1900?)

W. F. Schneider

Cleveland, Ohio

Der Christliche Kinderzeitung • Christliche Kinderfreund (June 1856-after 1879)

Schram: Jackson & Schram

Poughkeepsie, New York

Youth’s Guide to Piety and Virtue; Youth’s Guide to Piety and Virtue, and Literary Casket (3 Sept 1836-after 5 Aug 1837)

O. Scott

New York, New York

The Juvenile Wesleyan (1843-1852?)

Scott: Lane & Scott

New York, New York

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

The Sunday-Scholar’s Mirror (1847-1850)

Youth’s Monitor (1851-after 1854)

A. K. Severance

Papermill Village, New Hampshire

The Youth’s Pictorial Magazine (May 1848)

Alfred L. Sewell • Alfred L. Sewell & John Edwin Miller

Chicago, Illinois

The Little Corporal (July 1865-April 1875)

Sewell & Miller • Alfred L. Sewell & Co.

Chicago, Illinois

The Little Corporal’s School Festival; School Festival; National School Festival (Jan 1870-1874)

Shepard: Lee & Shepard

Boston, Massachusetts

Oliver Optic’s Magazine: Our Boys and Girls; Oliver Optic’s Magazine (5 Jan 1867-Dec 1875)

The Infants’ Delight; Infants’ Delight (1870-after Dec 1872)

Shepard, Clark & Brown

Boston, Massachusetts

The Little-Pig Monthly (May, July 1859)

H. C. Shepard • Shepard & Hinds • Shepard, Hinds & Woodward

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monthly Rose; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet); The Monthly Rose, and Otis School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet; The Monthly Rose (July 1845-after Nov 1847)

O. Sheple

Lowell, Massachusetts

The Rose Bud (March 1832-after Feb 1834?)

John L. Shorey

Boston, Massachusetts

The Nursery (Jan 1867-Oct 1880)

A. C. Shortridge • Shortridge & Alden • Shortridge & Button • Shortridge, Button & Hanley • Dowling & Shortridge

Indianapolis, Indiana

The Little Chief (Jan 1867-Feb 1872)

W. J. Shuey

Dayton, Ohio

• • The Children’s Friend • Friend for Boys and Girls (Ohio; 1854-1917)

W. R. Simpson: Ephraim Fellows & W. R. Simpson

Belfast, Maine

The Juvenile Magazine (April 1823)

T. M. Skinner & Co.

Colchester, Connecticut

Monthly Preceptor; or, Universal Repository of Knowledge, Instruction and Amusement (1815)

Thomas M. Slaughter

Columbus, Georgia

Youth’s Companion (Columbus, Georgia; 1843-?)

Sleeper & Rogers

Boston, Massachusetts

Youth’s Medallion (17 April 1841-10 Dec 1842)

Sleeper, Dix & Rogers

Boston, Massachusetts

Youth’s Medallion (17 April 1841-10 Dec 1842)

Smith & Edgar

San Francisco, California

California Youths’ Companion • Pacific Pioneer and Youth’s Literary Companion (3 Dec 1864-after 27 Jan 1867)

Charles Smith

New York, New York

The Youth’s News Paper (30 Sept-4 Nov 1797)

Daniel D. Smith

Boston, Massachusetts

The Child’s Universalist Gazette, and Monthly Visiter • The Child’s Gazette (12 July 1834, Jan 1835)

J. Stanley Smith

Albany, New York

Youth’s Temperance Enterprise (1842-1847)

William Smith

Boston, Massachusetts

Expostulator, or Young Catholic’s Guide (31 March 1830-23 March 1831)

Smith: Burnett & Smith

New York, New York

Youth’s Companion, and Weekly Family Visitor; Youth’s Companion and Family Visitor (1 April 1832-22 March 1834)

H. H. Snelling

New York, New York

The Pierian (Jan-Aug 1843)

Soden: Bradbury & Soden

Boston, Massachusetts

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

New York, New York

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

Caroline A. Soule

New York, New York

Guiding Star: A Sunday Paper for Boys and Girls (4 July 1868-1873)

South Carolina Sunday School Union

Charleston, South Carolina

Sunday School Paper for the South (May 1861-April 1862?)

Nathaniel Southard

New York, New York

The Sabbath School Monitor; Sunday School Monitor; Light Ship and Sabbath School Monitor (1840-1846 or 1847)

Youth’s Cabinet; The Youth’s Cabinet; New-York Teacher’s Lyceum; Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet; Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet and Uncle Frank’s Dollar Magazine (28 April 1837-March 1857)

South-western Book and Publishing Company

St. Louis, Missouri

Sabbath School Star (Feb 1863-after 1870)

William V. Spencer

Boston, Massachusetts

Sunday School Gazette; The Dayspring (4 Aug 1849-after Dec 1879)

J. Spittall; J. Spittal

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Juvenile Gazette (Dec 1833)

George W. Stacy

Mendon, Massachusetts

Juvenile Gazette (2 July 1831)

Staveley & McCalla

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Mentor (May 1850-Dec 1851?)

Isaac C. & John N. Stearns • Stephen T. Allen, Isaac C. & John N. Stearns • John N. Stearns • John N. Stearns & Co.

New York, New York

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

Stevenson & Owen

Nashville, Tennessee

Sunday School Visitor; The Children’s Visitor; The Visitor (Nov 1850-Dec 1854, May 1855-Mr 1862, 1866-after 1921)

Stiles: Calkins & Stiles

New York, New York

The Student and Schoolmate; The Student and Schoolmate, and Forrester’s Boy’s and Girl’s Magazine; The Student and Schoolmate; The Schoolmate (Nov 1855-1872)

Strickland: Usher & Strickland

Boston, Massachusetts

Sabbath School Contributor; Light of Zion, and Sabbath School Contributor (6 June 1839-22 June 1843)

Sunday-School Society/Sunday School Society

Worcester, Massachusetts

Sunday School Gazette; The Dayspring (4 Aug 1849-after Dec 1879)

Boston, Massachusetts

Sunday School Gazette; The Dayspring (4 Aug 1849-after Dec 1879)

H. W. Swett

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young People’s Mirror and American Family Visitor; Young People’s Mirror; Mirror (1 Jan 1848-1 Dec 1849)

Swormstedt & Mitchell

Cincinnati, Ohio

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

L. Swormstedt & A. Poe

Cincinnati, Ohio

Die Glocke (The bell) • Sonntagschul Glocke (Sunday-school bell) (about 1856-1900?)

J. Tallcot; Joseph Tallcot

Skaneatles, New York

Child’s Companion (1838-1839)

The Acorn (1839-1840)

J. D. Tallmadge & E. B. Tallmadge

Chicago, Illinois

Young Folks’ Rural (1870-1881)

Taylor & Tracy

Cincinnati, Ohio

Youth’s Magazine (30? Sept 1834-after May 1838)

James P. Taylor

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Children’s Friend (Fifth month [May] 1866-Twelfth month [Dec] 1887)

West Chester, Pennsylvania

The Children’s Friend (Fifth month [May] 1866-Twelfth month [Dec] 1887)

Taylor: Ward & Taylor

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

W. L. Terhune, Frank L. Howard, Reed Campbell

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

The Young Sportsman (1870?-after April 1872)

E. H. Thomas

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Sunday School Gem (Jan 1867-after 1914)

Percy W. Thompson

Washington, District of Columbia

Boys’ Ledger (1872-1873?)

Brown Thurston

Portland, Maine

The Youth’s Friend (Jan 1866)

Ticknor & Fields

Boston, Massachusetts

Our Young Folks (Jan 1865-Dec 1873)

Franklin H. Tinker

Chicago, Illinois

The Young Pilot; Young Pilot and Little Men (Nov 1870-Sept 1871)

Tippett: Lane & Tippett

New York, New York

The Child’s Magazine (July 1827-1844)

Sunday School Magazine (1835-1851)

Sunday School Advocate (5 Oct 1841-31 Dec 1921)

The Sunday-Scholar’s Mirror (1847-1850)

Tracy: Taylor & Tracy

Cincinnati, Ohio

Youth’s Magazine (30? Sept 1834-after May 1838)

S. L. Tucker

West Chester, Pennsylvania

Young America (March 1856-after March 1858)

J. W. Turner: Messrs. Baird & J. W. Turner

Richmond, Virginia

Southern Boys’ and Girls’ Monthly (Jan 1867-July 1868)

Miss W. C. Tyson

Augusta, Georgia

The Youth’s Friend (8 Feb 1850-)

Uhlhorn: Young & Uhlhorn

New Haven, Connecticut

Companion for Youth (17 Nov 1838-27 April 1839)

Unitarian Sunday School Society

Boston, Massachusetts

Sunday School Gazette; The Dayspring (4 Aug 1849-after Dec 1879)

United Brethren Printing Establishment

Dayton, Ohio

The Children’s Friend • Friend for Boys and Girls (Dayton, Ohio; 1854-1917)

Universalist Publishing House

Boston, Massachusetts

The Myrtle (2 Aug 1851-1918)

Universalist Sunday School

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Youth’s Friend • Youth’s Monthly Friend (also Monthly Youth’s Friend) (Cincinnati, Ohio; 6 March 1846-1860)

Usher & Strickland

Boston, Massachusetts

Sabbath School Contributor; Light of Zion, and Sabbath School Contributor (6 June 1839-22 June 1843)

J. M. Usher

Boston, Massachusetts

The Child’s Gospel Guide (1847-1849)

The Myrtle (2 Aug 1851-1918)

James M. Usher

Boston, Massachusetts

Youth’s Monthly Magazine (July 1850-June 1851?)

W. K. Vaill

New York, New York

Robert Merry’s Museum (Feb 1841-Nov 1872)

E. J. Van Brunt

Charleston, South Carolina

Rose Bud, or Youth’s Gazette; Southern Rose Bud; The Southern Rose (11 Aug 1832-17 Aug 1839)

James Van Valkenburgh

New York, New York

Youth’s Companion, and Weekly Family Visitor; Youth’s Companion and Family Visitor (1 April 1832-22 March 1834)

Vanduzee: Beadle & Vanduzee

Buffalo, New York

The Youth’s Casket (Jan 1852-Dec 1857)

Vermont Sunday School Union

Middlebury, VT

Youth’s Herald and Sabbath School Magazine (Jan 1829-Dec 1830)

Rutland, VT

Youth’s Herald and Sabbath School Magazine (Jan 1829-Dec 1830)

S. Vonnieda

Dayton, Ohio

• • The Children’s Friend • Friend for Boys and Girls (Ohio; 1854-1917)

Z. Pope Vose

Portland, Maine

Young People’s Helper; Young People’s Helper and Temperance Visitor (1862-after Jan 1872)

Rockland, Maine

Band of Hope Visitor (1859)

The Maine Spectator • The Spectator (Jan 8-June 1859)

The Youth’s Temperance Visitor (Feb 1860-April 1861, Sept 1862-after Jan 1872)

Vose: Rich & Vose

Portland, Maine

Young People’s Helper; Young People’s Helper and Temperance Visitor (1862-after Jan 1872)

Rockland, Maine

The Youth’s Temperance Visitor (Feb 1860-April 1861, Sept 1862-after Jan 1872)

Wait: John Putnam and Wait, Greene, & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

The Juvenile Miscellany (Sept 1826-Feb 1836; April 1836)

Thomas B. Wait & Son

Boston, Massachusetts

Youth’s Gazette (13 Jan 1827-)

Wait: Lilly, Wait & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

Parley’s Magazine (16 March 1833-1844)

Walden: Hitchcock & Walden

Chicago, Illinois

Golden Hours (Jan 1869-1880)

Cincinnati, Ohio

Die Glocke (The bell) • Sonntagschul Glocke (Sunday-school bell) (about 1856-1900?)

Golden Hours (Jan 1869-1880)

St. Louis, Missouri

Golden Hours (Jan 1869-1880)

Walker & Barrett

Portland, Maine

The Scholars’ Leaf of the Tree of Knowledge (6 Jan 1849-16 Dec 1850)

Edward Walker

New York, New York

The Young People’s Mirror and American Family Visitor; Young People’s Mirror; Mirror (1 Jan 1848-1 Dec 1849)

Walker: Richards and Walker

Charleston, South Carolina

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

John R. Walsh

Chicago, Illinois

Our Young Folks (Jan 1865-Dec 1873)

Ward & Taylor

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

Webster & Wood

Albany, New York

Children’s Friend (Jan 1826-1827?)

S. R. Weeden

Providence, Rhode Island

Pupil’s Monitor (7 Dec 1833-8 Nov 1834)

Carl Weitershausen

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Jugend-Zeitung (1843-1845)

J. K. Wellman

New York, New York

Young People’s Magazine (Jan-Dec 1846)

W. F. Wells

Mt. Lebanon, Louisiana

Children of the West (1868-1869)

Wells: Fowler & Wells

New York, New York

The Student; The Student and Family Miscellany (Nov 1848-Oct 1855)

Western Sunday School Union

Utica, New York

The Juvenile Magazine (27 Jan 1827-Dec 1828)

Weston: McCurdy & Weston

Boston, Massachusetts

The Sparkling Fount (1858-)

Nathan Whiting

New Haven, Connecticut

The Guardian, or Youth’s Religious Instructor (Jan 1819-Dec 1824)

The Guardian and Monitor (Jan 1825-Dec 1828)

Henry Whitlock

New Haven, Connecticut

Youth’s Repository of Christian Knowledge (March, Sept 1813)

Whitmore & Smith

Nashville, Tennessee

Our Little People (1871-1934)

Whittemore & Saxton

Chillicothe, Ohio

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

A. Wiebusch & Son Printing Co.

St. Louis, Missouri

Die Christliche Kinderzeitung (1867-1885?)

S. Wild

New York, New York

Mentor and Youth’s Instructive Companion (15 Dec 1830-)

Willard Tract Repository

Boston, Massachusetts

Loving Words for Children (1871-after 1872)

Williams: Joseph Elder, Thomas Egleston, & J. B. Williams

New York, New York

The Mt. Vernon Enterprise (1847-?)

George S. Willson

Concord, New Hampshire

The Mountain Rill (April 1845-after May 1845)

Samuel S. Wilson

Providence, Rhode Island

The Juvenile Repository (Jan-27 March 1830)

J. Winchester

New York, New York

Every Youth’s Gazette; Youth’s Gazette; Peter Parley’s Youth’s Gazette (22 Jan-31 Dec 1842)

Witherell & Lowell

Concord, New Hampshire

Uncle Ezekiel’s Youth’s Cabinet (May 1844-15 March 1846?)

J. F. Witherell

Concord, New Hampshire

Uncle Ezekiel’s Youth’s Cabinet (May 1844-15 March 1846?)

Wood: Webster & Wood

Albany, New York

Children’s Friend (Jan 1826-1827?)

Woodward: Shepard, Hinds & Woodward

Boston, Massachusetts

The Monthly Rose; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet); The Monthly Rose, and Otis School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and School Cabinet; The Monthly Rose, and Literary Cabinet; The Monthly Rose (July 1845-after Nov 1847)

David Austin Woodworth

New York, New York

Youth’s Cabinet; The Youth’s Cabinet; New-York Teacher’s Lyceum; Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet; Woodworth’s Youth’s Cabinet and Uncle Frank’s Dollar Magazine (28 April 1837-March 1857)

The Sabbath School Monitor; Sunday School Monitor; Light Ship and Sabbath School Monitor (1840-1846 or 1847)

Young & Uhlhorn

New Haven, Connecticut

Companion for Youth (17 Nov 1838-27 April 1839)

L. H. Young

New Haven, Connecticut

Companion for Youth (17 Nov 1838-27 April 1839)

Young American

Buffalo, New York

The Young American (April-Dec 1869)

Young Pilot Publishing Company

Chicago, Illinois

The Young Pilot; Young Pilot and Little Men (Nov 1870-Sept 1871)

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