Bookselling in the United States was first introduced around 1676 in Massachusetts, followed by Philadelphia in 1685, and New York in 1693. Originally, books were imported from Europe and were kept in libraries where the scholars would have easy access. As the publishing business continued to grow, bookselling became more commercial.
Modern bookstores are often used by college and university students; however, most campuses have their own bookstore which sells exclusive course textbooks and scholarly books. Other bookstores commonly sell books, newspapers, maps, and magazines. Some bookstores sell highly collectible printed items which are considered rare and are not easily available.
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