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Harriet Martineau

The History of Western Travel

“The History of Western Travel” is one of the best-known works by a British social theorist Harriet Martineau. This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Table of Contents.
Volume 1:
The Voyage
First Impressions
The Hudson
Pine Orchard House
Weddings
High Road Travelling
Fort Erie
Niagara
Priestley
Prisons
First Sight of Slavery
Life at Washington
The Capitol
Mount Vernon
Madison
Jefferson's University
Country Life in the South
City Life in the South
Restless Slaves
New-Orleans
Volume 2:
Mississippi Voyage
Compromise
Cincinnati
Probation
The Natural Bridge
Colonel Burr
Villages
Cambridge Commencement
The White Mountains
Channing
Mutes and Blind
Nahant
Signs of the Times in Massachusetts
Hot and Cold Weather
Originals
Lake George
Cemeteries
747 printed pages
Original publication
2020

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