Historic landmarks of America / as seen and described by famous writers ; collected and edited by Esther Singleton.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Dodd, Mead & Company, 1907.
Description
1 online resource (xiv, 305 pages, 40 unnumbered leaves of plates) : illustrations.

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Editor
Series
Nineteenth Century Collections Online: Mapping the World: Maps and Travel Literature. [More in this series]
Notes
Reproduction of the original from the Bryn Mawr College Library.
Contents
  • The Bermudas / Washington Irving
  • Yorktown / Lord Cornwallis
  • Manhattan Island / David T. Valentine
  • The valley of waterfalls / George N. Curzon
  • Bunker Hill / Daniel Webster
  • Ticonderoga / Benson John Lossing
  • Lake Champlain / Francis Parkman
  • San Francisco / James Anthony Froude
  • The Chesapeake Bay / Father Andrew White
  • Mexico / Hernando Cortes
  • St. Augustine / George R. Fairbanks
  • Denver / George W. Steevens
  • Lake George / T. Addison Richards
  • Plymouth Rock / John Gorham Palfrey
  • Fort Niagara / S. De Veaux
  • The Brandywine / Benson John Lossing
  • The Mississippi River / Jared Sparks
  • Chicago / George W. Steevens
  • Boston Harbour / Charles Knight
  • Saratoga / E.S. Creasy
  • Sault Ste. Marie / Isaac Aiken
  • Lexington / Henry B. Dawson
  • San Salvador / Washington Irving
  • West Point / Benson John Lossing
  • The acquisition of Louisiana / Jacques de la Metairie
  • Gettysburg / James Schouler
  • St. Anthony and Minnehaha / Edward Duffield Neill
  • Newport / T. Addison Richards
  • The plains of Abraham / John Knox
  • Detroit / J.T. Headley
  • The Alamo / Henry Bruce
  • Savannah / Benson John Lossing
  • Harper's Ferry / John G. Rosengarten
  • Machilimacinac / Henry B. Dawson
  • Narragansett / Washington Irving
  • The settlement of Jamestown / Samuel Rawson Gardiner
  • Fort Du Quesne / E. Sargent
  • St. John's River / George R. Fairbanks
  • Monterey / Lady Mary Hardy
  • Annapolis / Esther Singleton
  • The settlement of Mount Desert / William D. Williamson
  • Santa Fe / Clarence A. Miller.
OCLC
558138359
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