Gustav Sigismund Peters (1793 - 1847) was born in Langebrüch, Germany and died in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in March 1847. He is credited with being the first color printer in the state of Pennsylvania and managed a bilingual press. From 1823 to 1827, his name appears on Carlisle imprints, after which he worked in Harrisburg. His publications most likely served the Amish community.

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