John Norman (publisher)
John Norman (1748–1817) was an engraver and publisher in Boston, Massachusetts, in the later 18th and early 19th century. "Born in England; came to Philadelphia in 1774 'from London,' as an 'architect and landscape engraver;' though he also did all manner of silversmith's work. He went to Boston about 1780." He died in 1817 and was buried in Copp's Hill Burying Ground.
- Boston Magazine (1783–86), published by Norman
- Boston Directory. Norman published the first issue in 1789.
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- WorldCat. Norman, John 1748?-1817
- Grolier Club. Catalogue of an exhibition of early American engraving upon copper: 1727-1850. De Vinne Press, 1908
- Samuel A. Green. Boston Magazine. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 38. May 1904
- New England Palladium, June 10, 1817
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