3 edition of Travels in North America found in the catalog.
Travels in North America
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 21329|
|Contributions||Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 microfiches (94 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||94|
Then there are a certain number of boxes to be packed, and a very uncertain number of things to fill them, while clothing has to be provided suitable to a tropical summer, and a winter within the arctic circle. Of the many images he made from the trip, 81 were reproduced as aquatints for the book. Saukie and Fox Indians. Henry, O. The beauty of the building is surpassed by the richness of the library, and the worth of this library by several of the distinguished professors, such as Doctors Madison, Wythe, Bellini, etc. The few matters on which I write which did not come under my own observation, I learned from trustworthy persons who have been long resident in the country.
Dog-sledges of the Mandan Indians. She was in a frequent state of intoxication, and kept gin, brandy, and beer in her berth. The city, in all its confounding glory, is the subject of Kenneth T. The fleet of merchant-ships through which we passed was not without an interest. All are public domain and ready to be used i various sizes. Whether you love the sea, are conscious of your carbon footprint, don't like flying or simply prefer to sail in a relaxed atmosphere, away from the crowds, then travelling by cargo ship is the right choice for you.
Quotations: "There are extensive and impressive evidences for the authenticity of the Book of Mormon as an ancient document dealing with real people and places, contrary Travels in North America book the endlessly and mindlessly repeated mantras of anti-Mormons. An Irish pork-merchant was seated at dinner next a Jew, who regarded the pig in toto as an abomination—a lady, a scion of a ducal family, found herself next to a French cook going out to a San Franciscan eating-house—an officer, going out to high command at Halifax, was seated next a rough Californian, who wore "nuggets" of gold for buttons; and there were contrasts even stronger than these. Although our feelings are not particularly fraternal, we give the people inhabiting this continent the national cognomen of "Brother Jonathan," while we name individuals "Yankees. A Skin Lodge of an Assiniboin Chief. I had the misfortune of having for my companion in my state-room an Englishwoman who had resided for some years at New York, and who combined in herself the disagreeable qualities of both nations.
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Spines ruled in gilt and blind in compartments, with burgundy and green morocco gilt lettering labels and with the previous owner's name in gilt at the foot. His name stems from his great grandfather Nathanael Travels in North America book close friendship with Sir Isaac Newtonand as such both his grandfather and father were also named Isaac.
Where I have offered any opinions upon the effect produced by the institutions of America, or upon any great national question, I have done so with extreme diffidence, giving impressions rather than conclusions, feeling the great injustice of drawing general inferences from partial premises, as well as the impossibility of rightly estimating cause and effect during a brief residence in the United States.
Tower-Rock, view on the Mississippi. Of the many images he made from the trip, 81 were reproduced as aquatints for the book. Dougherty's Agency on the Missouri. My favorite thing about my job as a science writer is that I get to learn something new everyday. Dog Dance Remarkable hills on the upper Missouri.
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An Englishman bears with patience any ridicule which foreigners cast upon him. PLEASE NOTE: As trading routes are constantly being updated vessel descriptions, schedules, itineraries, pricing and photographs shown are indicative only and subject to proper Travels in North America book upon enquiry and booking.
The immigrants: "established huge civilizations that stretched from sea to sea, wrote extensively using Hebrew and Egyptian, domesticated horses and cattle, cultivated many Old World plants, traveled in chariots, and.
But it is pleasant to have it in my power to say, that I cannot recall a single instance in which any thing captious or personally uncivil was ever said to me, though I repeated openly and in all companies, every thing I have written in these volumes, and a great deal more than, upon cool reflection, I choose to say again.
Previously to visiting the United States, I had read most of the American travels which had been published; yet from experience I can say that even those who read most on the Americans know little of them, from the disposition which leads travellers to seize and dwell upon the ludicrous points which continually present themselves.
It is believed also that this nation is renowned for keeping three millions of Africans in slavery—for wooden nutmegs, paper money, and "fillibuster" expeditions—for carrying out nationally and individually the maxim "That they may take who have the power, And they may keep who can.
David S. The few matters on which I write which did not come under my own observation, I learned from trustworthy persons who have been long resident in the country. Offering of the Mandan Indians. Some of the Americans were very fond of practical jokes, but these were rather of a stupid description.
Having made these few remarks, I must state that at the time of my visit to the States I had no intention of recording my "experiences" in print; and as my notes taken at the time were few and meagre, and have been elaborated from memory, some inaccuracies have occurred which it will not take a keen eye to detect.One of the most adventurous travel writers of the 19th century recounts her journeys through Canada and the United States.
Drawing from letters to her sister, Bird passionately details the sight of wigwams on Prince Edward Island and the romantic falls of Lorette in Quebec — plus dark encounters with cholera, slavery, and storms at sea.
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