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Stephen Day

(1594—1668) locksmith and first printer in the British American colonies


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Band of Brothers. Produced by Tom Hanks and Stephen Spielberg; directed by Phil Alden Robinson (part 1, Currahee), Richard Loncraine (part 2, Day of Days), Mikael Salomon (part 3, Carentan, and part 10, Points), David Nutter (part 4, Replacements), Tom Hanks (part 5, Crossroads), David Leland (part 6, Bastogne), David Frankel (part 7, The Breaking Point, and part 9, Why We Fight), and Tony To (part 8, The Patrol); screenplay by Erik Jendresen and Tom Hanks (part 1), John Orloff (part 2), E. Max Frye (part 3), Graham Yost and Bruce C. McKenna (part 4), Erik Jendresen (part 5), Bruce C. McKenna (part 6), Graham Yost (part 7), Erik Bork and Bruce C. McKenna (part 8), John Orloff (part 9), and Erik Jendresen and Erik Bork (part 10). 2001, color; 500 minutes. Distributed by Home Box Office (HBO)

 

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 (1593/4–1668) Born in England, Stephen Day became the first printer

in the British American colonies upon his arrival in 1638. Day, initially a locksmith, began printing at Harvard College with ...

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