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American Literature
Colonial to 1800 Authors, Works, Projects   Suggest a Link
American Literature on the Web: 1620-1820 (Akihito Ishikawa, Nagasaki C. of Foreign Languages, Japan)
Charles Brockden Brown, Wieland (Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
Cultural Readings: Colonization & Print in the Americas (U. Penn. Library exhibition from the collections of the Jay I. Kislak Foundation and the Rosenbach Museum & Library; includes images, explanations, and essays)
J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Letters From An American Farmer (Eric J. Gislason & Jill Spearman, U. Virginia)
Jonathan Edwards
"Absent from the Body" (Institute of Practical Bible Education: The Electronic Public Library)
Friends of Edwards Newsletter (UIC)
"Religious Affections" (Christian Classics Ethereal Library)
Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin Page (American Revolution HTML Project)
Benjamin Franklin: A Documentary History (J.A. Leo Lemay, U. Delaware)
Benjamin Franklin: his autobiography 1706-1757 (1909 edition) (American Revolution HTML Project)
Collected Works (gopher)
"How I Became a Printer in Philadelphia" (American Revolution HTML Project)
A Modest Enquiry into the Nature and Necessity of Paper Currency (American Revolution HTML Project)
The World of Benjamin Franklin 
Jupiter Hammon, "An Address to the Negroes in the State of New York" (1787) (U Virginia)
MIMI: 18th & 19th-Century American Literature E-Texts ("American authors up to the end of the nineteenth-century, including Henry James") (Andrew L.Graham, Keele U.)
Susanna Rowson, Charlotte Temple (Project Gutenberg)
Phillis Wheatley
Phillis Wheatley Page (The Poetry Archives)
Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral (1773) (Project Gutenberg)

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