Samuel Kneeland (printer)

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Samuel Kneeland (1696 Boston—14 December 1769 Boston) was a Boston printer and publisher.[1]


He was apprenticed to Benjamin Green, and for many years was printer to the government and council, printing also the laws and journals of the house of representatives. Besides many religious books and pamphlets, he published the Boston Gazette from 1727 till 1741, and The New England Weekly Journal from 1741 till 1752.



  1. ^ Yeager, Jonathan M. "Samuel Kneeland of Boston: Colonial Bookseller, Printer, and Publisher". Jonathan M. Yeager. Retrieved 3 January 2015.