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Even those ﬁgures give undue weight to the scale of metropolitan newspaper and job printers, mostly in the Northeast. Elsewhere, shops employed far fewer workers than the national averages. Printers sometimes called themselves labor’s aristocracy, not only because they were highly literate but also because their wages outpaced those of other manufacturing workers: in printing and publishing, wages exceeded the national manufacturing averages by a third before the Civil War and by more than half in 1870 and 1880.
As described by the Centennial judges, Hampton exempliﬁed the ideology of self-improvement, as middle-class Americans applied it to others. ’’ 44 Literacy and the printed word had more complicated meanings for other groups outside the Anglo-American middle class. S. ’’ 45 This reformist analysis responded both to Anglo-American neglect and to the specter of ‘‘savagery’’ among tribes not yet brought within the reservation system. 46 Many of these schools, established by Christian missionaries, mirrored the Centennial judges’ assimilationist stance.
E. D. E. N. Southworth and Caroline Lee Hentz. ’s law books; E. ’’ Along the back could be found the myriad small displays of specialty publishers: John W. Griﬃths’s three books on shipbuilding, A. J. ’s architectural books, George R. 3. The American Book Trade Association exhibit, Centennial Exhibition. The extensive A. S. Barnes & Co. display is visible on the upper ﬂoor. Photograph courtesy of the Free Library of Philadelphia. displays: several major schoolbook companies’ wares, D. ’s Picturesque America and Webster’s spellers, Lee & Shepard’s eleven-volume Works of Charles Sumner with a bust of the recently deceased Massachusetts senator.