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American Dictionary of the English Language
by Noah Webster
Foundation for American Christian Education, (June 1967)
Comment: Hardcover reprint edition of Webster's 1806 dictionary -- very interesting for looking up words like "infringed" and "militia" and the like.

The Modern Researcher
by Jacques Barzun & Henry F. Graff
Hbj College & School Div Paperback - 416 pages 5th edition (February 1992)
Comment: This excellent handbook/manual should be titled "How to Write a Book" or "How to Do the Research You Need to Write a Book" or something like that. The main emphasis is on history, because any report, article, or book is going to be history, even a scientific article, which could be considered a history of an experiment or experiments. -- Ken Holder, JPFO Webmaster

Encyclopedia Judaica
Edited by Cecil Roth
Coronet Books Hardcover reprint edition (December 1994) (18 Volume Set first published 1972)

The Encyclopedia of Judaism
by Jacob Neusner (Editor), Alan J. Avery-Peck (Editor), William S. Green (Editor)
Continuum Pub Group Hardcover - 1800 pages (August 1999)

Tanakh: A New Translation of the Holy Scriptures According to the Traditional Hebrew Text
Jewish Publication Society Paperback - 1624 pages (November 1985)
Also: Hardcover - 1624 pages Blue cloth edition (May 1988)

Genesis: The Traditional Hebrew Text With the New JPS Translation (JPS Torah Commentary volume 1)
by Nahum M. Sarna (Editor)
Jewish Publication Society Hardcover - 446 pages (May 1996)

Exodus; Shemot: The Traditional Hebrew Text with the New JPS Translation (JPS Torah Commentary volume 2)
by Nahum M. Sarna (Editor)
Jewish Publication Society of America Hardcover - 278 pages (May 1996)

Leviticus: The Traditional Hebrew Text With the New JPS Translation (The JPS Torah Commentary volume 3)
by Baruch A. Levine (Editor)
Jewish Publication Society Hardcover - 284 pages (May 1996)

Numbers: The Traditional Hebrew Text With the New JPS Translation (JPS Torah Commentary volume 4) by Jacob Milgrom (Editor)
Jewish Publication Society Hardcover - 520 pages (May 1996)

Deuteronomy: The Traditional Hebrew Text With the New JPS Translation (JPS Torah Commentary volume 5)
by Jeffrey H. Tigay (Editor)
Jewish Publication Society Hardcover - 520 pages (June 1996)



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