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)

The Sunday School Scholar • Scholar (Jan 1869-1876)

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?)

Aaron Angier

East Poultney, Vermont

Sabbath School Visiter (May 1846-)

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 Aug 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, Aug-after 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 • Young Reaper (Jan 1844-1908?)

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)

The Nursery (Jan 1867-Oct 1880)

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-Dec 1842)

The Child’s Companion and Youth’s Friend (also The Child’s Companion and Truth’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 Jan 1877)

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 Instructor and Sabbath School Assistant • Youth’s Instructor 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-Oct? 1854)

Baptist General Tract Society

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Baptist Tract and Youth’s Magazine; The Baptist Tract Magazine (July 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 (Nov 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)

William W. Beasley; William W. Beesley; W. W. Beasley

Montgomery, Alabama

The Boys’ and Girls’ Literary Journal (also, The Boys and Girls Literary Journal) (June-after Aug 1868)

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)

J. A. J. Bizzell

Newton, Alabama

The Young American (Nov 1859)

Blackmer: Adams, Blackmer & Lyon Publishing Co.

Chicago, Illinois

The Little Folks (1869-1877)

The Sunday School Scholar • Scholar (Jan 1869-1876)

Thaddeus C. Blake, for the Cumberland Presbyterian Church

Nashville, Tennessee

The Sabbath School Gem (Nashville, Tennessee; June 1867-after 1891)

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 1867-March 1868)

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 1871-1875?)

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)

The 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 (also, 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)

Brown, Loomis & Co.

New York, New York

Young People’s Illuminated Magazine (April-June 1857)

H. H. Brown; Hugh Hale Brown

Providence, Rhode Island

Juvenile Gazette (1818)

Juvenile Gazette (May 1827-1828)

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 • The Children’s Banner (15 Feb 1865-1865)

J. J. Buchanan

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The Flower Basket • Flower Basket; or Youth’s Magazine • The Flower Basket; or Youth’s Monthly Monitor (Oct 1850?-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?-1872)

Campbell: Terhune, Campbell & Farwell

Newark, New Jersey

The Young Sportsman (1870?-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 July 1876)

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 • The Moral and Religious Repository, and 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)

Chance: Miller & Chance

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Youth’s Miscellany (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 27 Feb-after May 1833)

Chapin: Lott & Chapin

New York, New York

The Pierian (Jan-Sept 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)

Charles W. Charlton

Knoxville, Tennessee

The Child’s Casket (also, Children’s Casket) (March-Sept? 1863)

Christian Depository

Cincinnati, Ohio

Christian Sunday School Journal • The Christian Sunday-School Journal (May 1851-after May 1852)

Christian Publication Society

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young Pilgrim (Sept 1863-after 1925)

Christian Publishing

St. Louis, Missouri

The Young Evangelist • The Junior World (1865-1949?)

Christian Publishing Association

Dayton, Ohio

Sunday School Herald (1865-after 1926)

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 (also, The Little Pig Monthly) (May, July 1859)

C. C. Clark

Cincinnati, Ohio

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

John A. Clarke

Sharon Center, Ohio

The Young Folks Gem (Nov 1872-after Nov 1876)

Wadsworth, Ohio

The Young Folks Gem (Nov 1872-after Nov 1876)

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 (27 May 1835-13 May 1836)

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 (1870-1872)

Samuel Colman

Boston, Massachusetts

Parley’s Magazine (16 March 1833-1844)

Columbiana County Lyceum Association

New Liston, Ohio

Youth’s Lyceum (April-after Sept 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; A. F. Cox

New York, New York

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

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Satchel (Feb-May 1849)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Tutor, and Boys’ and Girls’ Weekly Album (26 Feb 1841-30 Sept 1842)

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)

Anna Denton Cridge; Anne Denton Cridge; Annie Denton Cridge; “Anna Denton Craig”

Cleveland, Ohio

The Home Gem (Jan 1859-after Feb 1860)

Crocker: Deane, Chapman & Crocker

Boston, Massachusetts

Juvenile Gazette (18 March 1848-?)

Adam Crooks

Syracuse, New York

Juvenile Instructor (1844-1867)

Children’s Banner (Syracuse, New York; 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

Honeoye, New York

Children’s Friend • The Child’s Friend (April 1851-after Nov 1853)

Rochester, New York

Children’s Friend • The Child’s Friend (April 1851-after Nov 1853)

Crump & Miller

Louisville, Kentucky

The Children’s Friend (Louisville, Kentucky; May 1867-after July 1870)

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)

Daniel Dana, jr.

New York, New York

The Carrier Dove (Sept 1853-Dec 1877)

J. W. Daughaday; Daughaday & Co.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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

Daughaday & Becker

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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

Daughaday, Hammond & Co.; Daughaday & Hammond

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Monthly School Visitor; 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-?)

Paul F. de Gournay; P. F. de Gournay; P. F. deGournay

Montgomery, Alabama

Our Friend (25 Dec 1865-1906?)

H. C. Demming

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Sunday School Gem (Jan 1867-after 1946)

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)

J. A. Dickinson

Louisville, Kentucky

The Children’s Friend (Louisville, Kentucky; May 1867-after July 1870)

Dillingham: Lee, Shepard & Dillingham

New York, New York

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

G. M. Dilworth

West Chester, Pennsylvania

Young America (March 1856-after March 1858)

Dinsmore & Co.

New York, New York

The Little-Pig Monthly (also, 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 • The Young Christian Soldier and Children’s Guest • The Young Christian Soldier (Dec 1867-Dec 1911)

Patrick Donahoe

Boston, Massachusetts

Spare Hours (Jan-Dec 1866)

Arthur Donaldson

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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

Tracy Doolittle

Albany, New York

The Monthly Repository and Library of Entertaining Knowledge (June 1830-1835)

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 1865-1886)

The Little Chief (Jan 1867-Feb 1872)

The Laurel Wreath (1872?-after 1874)

N. Draheir

Sparta, Georgia

Young Folks’ Friend (Sept 1868-1869)

Drew and Scammell

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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

Frank P. Durand; Long, Durand & Co.; Long & Durand

Washington, North Carolina

The Little Sunbeam (also, Sunbeam) (June-after Nov 1869)

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-?)

G. E. Elford & L. Wood

Greenville, South Carolina

The Cadet of Temperance (1852)

H. S. Elliott

Germantown, Ohio

The Ohio Cadet (1852)

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)

Executive Committee of the Youth’s Temperance Society of Rochester; Executive Committee of the Youth’s Temperance Association

Rochester, New York

The Youth’s Temperance Banner (Aug 1846-1846)

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)

Farwell: Terhune, Campbell & Farwell

Newark, New Jersey

The Young Sportsman (1870?-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)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Cold Water Boy (1842-1843)

The Cold Water Girl (1842-1843)

Providence, Rhode Island

The Cold Water Boy (1842-1843)

The Cold Water Girl (1842-1843)

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[aniel] K. Flickinger

Dayton, Ohio

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

W. C. Forde & Co.

San Francisco, California

The Pacific Youth (1870-1872)

William C. Forde

San Francisco, California

Youth’s Gazette (1871)

Foreign Committee of the Board of Missions, Protestant Episcopal Church

New York, New York

The Carrier Dove (Sept 1853-Dec 1877)

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 (Aug 1854-1857)

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-Aug 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-Dec 1870)

Milton George (The Western Rural)

Chicago, Illinois

Young Folks’ Rural; Young Folks’ Monthly; Young Folks’ Rural (also, Young Folks’ Rural Monthly) (Nov 1870-1883)

W. C. George

Boston, Massachusetts

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

Gilbert: Bradley & Gilbert

Louisville, Kentucky

The School and Fireside (11 Jan 1867-March 1868)

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

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Guardian Angel (1867-after 1884)

John Peter Shindel Gobin: Shaw & Gobin

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Star of Youth (Dec 1856-1857)

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-after July 1870)

Graves: Heath & Graves

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young Reaper • Young Reaper (Jan 1844-1908?)

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)

Children’s Friend (June 1859-after Oct 1861)

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)

G. Guest & H. Johnson

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

The Juvenile Repertory (Sept 1828-Jan 1829?)

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 Jan 1868)

James M. Guthrie

Delaware, Ohio

The Youth’s Monitor (Dec 1866-1867)

John Hageman

Cincinnati, Ohio

Young America (June 1857-after June 1858?)

T. P. Haley; J. A. Dickinson

Louisville, Kentucky

The Children’s Friend (Louisville, Kentucky; May 1867-after July 1870)

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 and Frederick W. Miller

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)

Hatch & Brother

Boston, Massachusetts

Youth’s National Gazette (Dec 1854-after June 1856)

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)

Hawaiian Evangelical Association

Honolulu, Hawai‘i

Ke Alaula (April 1866-March 1873)

S. Hawes

Boston, Massachusetts

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

Heath & Graves

Boston, Massachusetts

The Young Reaper • Young Reaper (Jan 1844-1908?)

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?)

Charles Hollis

Baltimore, Maryland

Sunday School Children’s Magazine (1838)

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 • Kind Words, the Child’s Delight (Jan 1866-29 Sept 1929)

Greenville, South Carolina

Kind Words for the Sunday School Children • Kind Words, the Child’s Delight (Jan 1866-29 Sept 1929)

Macon, Georgia

Kind Words for the Sunday School Children • Kind Words, the Child’s Delight (Jan 1866-29 Sept 1929)

Marion, Alabama

Kind Words for the Sunday School Children • Kind Words, the Child’s Delight (Jan 1866-29 Sept 1929)

Memphis, Tennessee

Kind Words for the Sunday School Children • Kind Words, the Child’s Delight (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 (Aug 1854-1857)

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?-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; Hutchins & 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-Oct 1872, Dec 1872-1873?)

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 (Aug 1854-1857)

S. W. Johns

Cincinnati, Ohio

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

H. Johnson & G. Guest

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

The Juvenile Repertory (Sept 1828-Jan 1829?)

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 (Nov 1845-1852)

K. K. Jones

Chicago, Illinois

The Youth’s Gazette (1843)

William L. Jones

New York, New York

The 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)

G. F. Kimball

Belleville, Illinois

The Youth’s Eclectic (June-after Oct 1867)

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 (June 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’ Illustrated Weekly • Frank Leslie’s Boys’ and Girls’ Weekly (April 1866-9 Feb 1884)

H. N. F. Lewis; Horatio N. F. Lewis

Chicago, Illinois

Young Folks’ Rural; Young Folks’ Monthly; Young Folks’ Rural (also, Young Folks’ Rural Monthly) (Nov 1870-1883)

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 (also, the Albany 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)

Long, Durand & Co.; Long & Durand

Washington, North Carolina

The Little Sunbeam (also, Sunbeam) (June-after Nov 1869)

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-Sept 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 (Jan 1828-1829?)

Lyon: Adams, Blackmer & Lyon Publishing Co.

Chicago, Illinois

The Little Folks (1869-1877)

The Sunday School Scholar • Scholar (Jan 1869-1876)

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-after June 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 Instructor and Sabbath School Assistant • Youth’s Instructor 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 (1844-1867)

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: Crump & Miller

Louisville, Kentucky

The Children’s Friend (Louisville, Kentucky; May 1867-after July 1870)

Miller & Chance

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Youth’s Miscellany (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 27 Feb-after May 1833)

Miller & Curtis

New York, New York

The Schoolfellow (Jan 1849-Sept 1857)

Frederick W. Miller and Samuel L. Hammond

Charleston, South Carolina

The Portfolio (June-Sept 1861)

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, Hawai‘i

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)

Nathan Moore

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Cold Water Boy (1842-1843)

The Cold Water Girl (1842-1843)

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 • Young Reaper (Jan 1844-1908?)

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 (1860-after 1870)

North Carolina Publishing Company

Raleigh, North Carolina

Children’s Banner • The Life Boat (April-after July 1867)

Orphans’ Home

Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Busy Bee (Nov 1866-after Feb 1874)

Howard Owen

Brunswick, Maine

The 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-March 1862, 1866-after 1921)

Pacific Youth Publishing Company

San Francisco, California

The Pacific Youth (1870-1872)

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)(also, the Albany Monthly Rose)

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)

Charles H. Philips

Kokomo, Indiana

The Junior (June 1869-after Nov 1870)

Phillips, Sampson & Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

Sargent’s School Monthly (Jan-Dec 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)

James T. Powell

Cheraw, South Carolina

The Youth’s Temperance Monitor (1 Aug 1851)

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)

William P. Price and James N. Walker

Greenville, South carolina

The Cadet’s Companion (1851)

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)

Queen City Section No. 2, Cadets of Temperance

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Ohio Cadet (1852)

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. D. Reagan

Milledgeville, Georgia

Youth’s Gem (1850)

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 (Jan-after April 1859)

Reed: Richardson & Reed

Boston, Massachusetts

Young America Monthly Magazine (Jan-Dec 1858)

Young America and Excelsior (Jan-after 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-April 1872)

Rockland, Maine

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

William Rideing

Boston, Massachusetts

Every Boy’s Magazine (1871)

O. A. Roberts

Dayton, Ohio

Sunday School Herald (1865-after 1926)

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-Dec 1858)

Sandford: G. Lane & P. P. Sandford

New York, New York

The Child’s Magazine (July 1827-1844)

Adolph L. Sanger; A. S. Isaacs; Morris S. Wise

New York

Hebrew Sabbath School Companion (1872)

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 1871-1875?)

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)

Shaw & Gobin

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Star of Youth (Dec 1856-1857)

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 (also, 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 (also, The Child’s Universalist Gazette, and Monthly Visitor) • 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-Sept 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)

Southern Baptist Sunday School Union

Nashville, Tennessee

Children’s Friend (June 1859-after Oct 1861)

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-March 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-Tenth month 1839)

The Acorn (1839-1840)

J. D. Tallmadge & E. B. Tallmadge

Chicago, Illinois

Young Folks’ Rural; Young Folks’ Monthly; Young Folks’ Rural (also, Young Folks’ Rural Monthly) (Nov 1870-1883)

Wilkins F. Tannehill & William T. Berry

Nashville, Tennessee

Juvenile Museum (1829)

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?-1872)

Terhune, Campbell & Farwell

Newark, New Jersey

The Young Sportsman (1870?-1872)

Thomas & Co.

Buffalo, New York

The Friend of Youth (March 1839-1839)

E. H. Thomas

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Sunday School Gem (Jan 1867-after 1946)

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 (June 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)

Transylvania Printing & Publishing Co.

Lexington, Kentucky

The Children’s Friend (Lexington, Kentucky; 1868-after 1878)

Good Words for the Children (1872-after 1878)

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 1838-11 May 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-April 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-April 1872)

Vose: Rich & Vose

Portland, Maine

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

Rockland, Maine

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

F. E. Wellman

Brookline, Massachusetts

Young American (2 May 1855-9 April 1856)

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 • Our Little People Quarterly (Jan 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?)

Francis S. Wiggins

New York, New York

The Monthly Repository and Library of Entertaining Knowledge (June 1830-1835)

S. Wild

New York, New York

The Mentor and Youth’s Instructive Companion (15 Dec 1830-after Jan 1831)

A. W. Wilgus

Buffalo, New York

School Reader (1842)

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?)

Wood: G. E. Elford & L. Wood

Greenville, South Carolina

The Cadet of Temperance (1852)

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 1838-11 May 1839)

L. H. Young

New Haven, Connecticut

Companion for Youth (17 Nov 1838-11 May 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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