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United States -- Description and travel

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 records:

"A sentimental ramble through a part of the United States. Containing an accurate register of the several conversations, sentiments and opinions of the several travellars [sic] and inhabitants by the way"

 Collection
Call Number: MS C6
Overview

Evidently an admirer of Irish-born English novelist and clergyman Laurence Sterne, Fenton wrote this account of his travels through Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland in the early years of the 19th century. Loose items found in the volume have been physically separated and are located at MS P112.

Dates: 1822 - 1867

Diary of an unknown young man

 Collection — Folder 1
Call Number: RH MS P938
Overview

Daily accounting of the year 1864 by an unknown young man from the area around Albany County, New York, who traveled west and eventually settled with his parents in Monona, Iowa.

Dates: January 1, 1864-December 31, 1864

Julius Gottlieb Papers

 Collection — Folders 1-4
Call Number: RH MS P316
Overview Handwritten travel narrative in German, typewritten German transcription, and typewritten English translation of Julius Gottlieb's journey from Bosen, Germany to Pleasanton, Kansas in 1884. Gottlieb wrote his narrative in 1885 and his daughter, Selma Kallis, made the transcription and translation at a later date. Kallis' translation includes explanatory footnotes. Also included in Gottlieb's papers are several items collected on his trip, such as a baggage claim check and a vaccination...
Dates: 1884-1885