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Title The United States and Canada, as Seen by Two Brothers in 1858 and 1861
Author Jun, J C
Date 1862
Document Type Printed Book
Publisher Information Edward Standford, Charing Cross
Reference SFX lsidyv357aa79f
Library / Archive British Library
Collection Name General Reference Collection
Description Describes two round trips across America, Canada and back to Liverpool, England. Accounts are given of the voyages, ports, customs, religion, resources and social activities across the two countries.
Theme(s) Journey Conditions; Onward Travel
Country (from) Great Britain
Country (to) United States of America; Canada
Places Washington, Baltimore, Maryland, Richmond, Petersburg, Virginia, Lynchburg, Tennessee, Charleston, South Carolina, Cincinnati, Ohio, Chicago, Illinois, Niagara Falls, Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Louisville, Kentucky, St Louis, Missouri, Detroit, Michigan, United States; Toronto, Ottawa, Cobourg, Ontario, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Ports Liverpool, England; New York City, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Ships SS City of Baltimore; SS Canadian; Arabia; Great Eastern
Keywords shipping, travel, railway, canal, Cunard Line, journey conditions, religion, tourism, labour, slavery, farming, food, colony, immigration, land grant
Language English
Copyright British Library