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Title America: A Four Years' Residence in the United States and Canada; Giving a Full and Fair Description of the Country, as it Really is, with the Manners, Customs, and Character of the Inhabitants; Anecdotes of Persons and Institutions, Prices of Land and Produce, State of Agriculture and Manufacturers
Author Brown, William
Date 1849
Document Type Printed Book
Publisher Information Kemplay and Bolland, Leeds
Reference SFX lsidyv357af6e5
Library / Archive British Library
Collection Name General Reference Collection
Description Describes the customs, characteristics and manners of society, including the experiences of English and Irish emigrant families in America and Canada.
Theme(s) Journey Conditions; Arrivals: Ports and Early Experiences; Onward Travel
Country (from) Great Britain
Country (to) United States of America; Canada
Places Buffalo, New York, Cleveland, Ohio, Niagara Falls, United States; Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Ports Liverpool, England; New York City, United States
Nationality Irish; English; African American; American Indian; Scottish
Ships Oxford; America
Keywords finance, agriculture, industry, travel, tourism, class, farming, journey conditions, children, death, emigrant, lodging house, overcrowding, food, sport, hunting, settlement, religion, health and sickness, forgery, crime, labour, police, divorce, wages, animals, fishing and fishermen, emigration
Language English
Copyright British Library