VANATOR, BENJAMIN

Local History Collections

Collection ID: 285
Location: LH MSS

(Description ID: 595669)

Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center

Benjamin Vanator

_______LH- Misc. Mss______

 

Introduction

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content

Inventory

Introduction

This collection was given to the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center by Vickie Taylor in January 2009.

Biographical Sketch

According to oral family history, it is believed that Benjamin Vanator transcribed the textbook “The Teachers Assistant or A System of Practical Arithmetic” in 1823 to use during his career as a teacher in Ohio.  No further information was available on Benjamin Vanator.

Scope and Content

This collection contains one transcribed ledger of the published textbook titled “The Teachers Assistant or A System of Practical Arithmetic.”  The textbook was originally published by Benjamin Warner in 1817, with information compiled by Stephen Pike.  The information includes lessons on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and conversions.  Also included in the collection is a song book titled “The Missouri Harmony; Or A Collection Of Psalm And Hymn Tunes, And Anthems” by Allen D. Carden.  The song book is original text form and was published in 1813 by Philips and Reynolds of Cincinnati.

Inventory

Ac. 5942

2 Items

1823 handwritten transcription of the publication of  “The Teachers Assistant Or A System Of Practical Arithmetic,” compiled by Stephen Pike, published 1817

Songbook titled “The Missouri Harmony; Or A Collection Of Psalm And Hymn Tunes, And Anthems,” by Allen D. Carden, published 1813