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A Sketch of the Route to California, China and Japan, via the Isthmus of Panama. A Useful and Amusing Book to Every Traveller.
1867
 

Albany and the Intermediate Places Passage $1.50 No Charge for Berths. The Splendid Steamboat North America. Capt. M.H. Truesdell, Will leave the Steamboat Pier between Courtlandt and Liberty Sts. This Afternoon....at Five o'clk. Saturday, April 23, 1842. [Caption title & entire text]. Broadside, 10" x 10", trimmed close all around, especially the top.
1842
 

Extensive Letter from "John" in Chicago to William Henry Pierce, Concerning Travels and Hunting. July 22, 1855. Postmarked envelope addressed to Wm. H. Pierce, Esq. Springwater, Livingston County, NY. Blue paper 12.5” x 14”. Folded. 3 pp. Ink, some bleedthrough, legible hand.
1855
 

Photograph Album of Cross Country Rail Trips, ca. 1900. From Wing Family of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Photo album, 11.5” x 14.75”. Orig. roan. “Photographs” in gilt letters on cover. 188 photos, 3.5” x 4.5” gelatin silver sepia toned photos. Some fading but excellent.
1900
 

Physician's Travel Diary to Europe; early 1830s. Ink. Notebook, 4.75 x 7.5 in. 60 pp. Mostly disbound, missing front cover. Legible hand.
1830
 

Log of the Edward Stanly, G.M. Yates, Master. Burma to Falmouth, [England] and Then to Liverpool.  Dec. 20, 1863 to  July 16, 1864. Printed log book, James Imray and Son, London. 10.25 x 13 inches. 215 pp. Blue paper covered board, with red buckram spine. Edge wear, ink splatters on cover, intact, legible hand.
1863
 

A Tale of Five Mariners Bold or The Log Book of the Hattie B. by "Bertie Dumbkins" [probably Heberton Lee Williams]. Includes seven cabinet cards; George B. Taylor, Walter E. Terry, John E. Latta (2), Harrison W. Latta, and Theodore A. Mehl (2). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. July, 1894. Pocket book 3.5 x 6 inches. 70 pp. Leather cover, lined cases. Legible ink. Cover wear and slight spine damage.
1894
 

ALCOTT, AMOS BRONSON 4 pp. 12mo. ALS. Thank You to Miss Walton Concerning Visit, and Trip Home from the West. Concord, [Mass.], May 17, 1881. Ink. [And] Closely clipped Autograph Note from "L.M.A." to Her Father. N.d., but likely May, 1881. 3” x 5," 2 pp. Envelope with inscription “From Louisa M. Alcott to her Father and sent to me by him," in an unknown hand. Ink. Folds, small hole in L.M.A. note, no loss.
1881
 

ALLEN, ZACHARIAH. The Practical Tourist, or Sketcches of the State of the Useful Arts, and of Society, Scenery, &c. &c. in Great Britain, France and Holland. In Two Volumes.
1832
 

ANON. A Summer Month; or, Recollections of a Visit to the Falls of Niagara, and the Lakes.
1823
 

ATWATER, CALEB. Remarks Made on a Tour to Prairie du Chien; Thence to Washington City, in 1829.
1831
 

BARRA, E.I. A Tale of Two Oceans; a New Story by an Old Californian.
1893
 

BEECHER, HENRY WARD. Star Papers; or, Experiences of Art and Nature.
1855
 

BLOSS, DR. JABEZ P. Diary of a Trip to Rio de Janeiro. June - August, 1849. Notebook 5 ”x 7”. 36 pp. Blue oil cloth cover, “Doct. R. Bloss, Troy, NY”. Tear at bottom of spine, ink browned and slightly faded. Includes a small pencil drawing of the ship at Cape Frio. ALS, Rio de Janeiro, Aug. 20, 1849. “Dear Folks”. 8” x 12.5”. 6 pp. Folds, browning, slight tears at folds. Very legible.
1849
 

CHASTELLUX, FRANCOIS Travels in North America, in the Years 1780, 1781, and 1782. Translated from the French by an English Gentleman, Who Resided in America at that Period. With Notes by the Translator. Vol. I-[II].
1787
 

CHETWOOD, WILLIAM RU The Voyages and Adventures of Captain Robert Boyle, in Serveral Parts of the World. Intermixed with the Story of Mrs. Villars, and English Lady, with whom he made his surprising Escape from Barbary. Likewise including the History of an Italian Captive, and the Life of Don Pedro Aquilio, &c. Full of various and amazing Turns of Fortune. In Two Volumes.
1828
 

COGGESHALL, GEORGE. Voyages to Various Parts of the World, Made Between the Years 1799 and 1844.
1851
 

COLTON, WALTER. Ship and Shore: or Leaves from the Journal of a Cruise to the Levant. By an Officer of the United States' Navy.
1835
 

CRAMER, ZADOCK. The Navigator: Containing Directions for Navigating the Monongahela, Allegheny, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers...with Accurate Maps of the Ohio and Mississippi. To which is added, An Appendix, containing an Account of Louisiana, and of the Missouri and Columbia Rivers, as Discovered by the Voyage Under Captains Lewis and Clarke. Seventh Edition--Improved and Enlarged.
1811
 

DANA, CHARLES A. Edi Meyer's Universum or Views of the Most Remarkable Places and Objects of All Countries...
1852
 

DAVIS, R.C. Reminiscences of a Voyage Around the World.
1869
 

DEVENS, SAMUEL ADAMS Sketches of Martha's Vineyard and Other Reminiscences of Travel at Home, Etc. By an Inexperienced Clergyman.
1838
 

DEWEY, ORVILLE. The Old World and the New; or, a Journal of Reflections and Observations Made on a Tour in Europe. In Two Volumes.
1836
 

DOW, ANN ELIZA. The Life and Adventures of Ann Eliza Dow: Being a True Narrative. Written by Herself.
1845
 

DOW, LORENZO. The Life and Travels of Lorenzo Dow, Written by Himself: in which are contained some singular Providences of God.
1804
 

DWIGHT, TIMOTHY. Travels; In New England and New York....
1821
 

DYER, ELISHA. A Summer's Travel To find a German Home.
1864
 

EVERHART, JAMES B. Miscellanies.
1862
 

FELDBORG, A.A. A Tour of Zealand, in the Year 1802; with an Historical Sketch of the Battle of Copenhagen. By a Native of Denamrk.
1807
 

FLINT, TIMOTHY. Recollections of the Last Ten Years, Passed in Occasional Residences and Journeyings in the Valley of the Mississippi, from Pittsburg and the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico, and from Florida to the Spanish Frontier...
1826
 

FLINT, TIMOTHY. Recollections of the Last Ten Years, Passed in Occasional Residences and Journeyings in the Valley of the Mississippi, from Pittsburg and the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico, and from Florida to the Spanish Frontier...
1826
 

FOTHERGILL, JOHN. An Account of the Life and Travels, in the Work of the Ministry...
1754
 

FULLER, S. M. At Home and Abroad,or Things and Thoughts in America and Europe.
1856
 

GATES, THEOPHILUS R. The Trials, Experience, Exercises of Mind and First Travels, of Theophilus R. Gates.
1810
 

HAMILTON, THOMAS. Men and Manners in America.
1833
 

HANKS, CHARLES STEDM Camp Kits and Camp Life.
1906
 

HARPER, HENRY H. A Journey in Southeastern Mexico. Narrative of Experiences, and Observations on Agricultural and Industrial Conditions.
1910
 

HAWKINS, JOSEPH. A History of a Voyage to the Coast of Africa, and Travels into the Interior of that Country; Containing Particular descriptions of the Climate and Inhabitants, and interesting particulars concerning the Slave Trade....The Second Edition.
1797
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL Passages from the French and Italian Note-Books...
1871
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL Passages from the French and Italian Note-Books.
1872
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL Passages from the English Note-Books. Vol. I-II.
1870
 

HEARN, LAFCADIO. Two Years in the French West Indies.
1890
 

HILL, MRS. ELIZABETH The Widow's Offering: an Authentic Narrative of the Parentage, Life, Trials and Travels...Second Edition.
1856
 

HOWE, MRS. JULIA WAR A Trip to Cuba.
1860
 

IRELAND, JOHN B. Wall-Street to Cashmere. A Journal of Five Years in Asia, Africa, and Europe; Comprising Visits, During 1851,2,3,4,5,6, to the Danemora Iron Mines, the "Seven Churches," Plains of Troy, Palymra, Jerusalem, Petra, Seringapatam, Surat; with the Scenes of the Recent Mutinies...Cashmere, Peshawur, the Khyber Pass to Afghanistan, Java, China, and Mauritius.
1859
 

JAMES, JOHN. Sketches of Travels in Sicily, Italy, and France, in a Series of Letters, Addressed to a Friend in the United States.
1820
 

KIRKLAND, MRS. C.M. Western Clearings.
1845
 

LANGWORTHY, FRANKLIN Scenery of the Plains, Mountains and Mines: a Diary Kept Upon the Overland Route to California, By Way of the Great Salt Lake...in the Years 1850, '51, '52 and '53.
1855
 

LANMAN, CHARLES. Adventures of an Angler in Canada, Nova Scotia and the United States.
1848
 

LAYARD, AUSTEN HENRY Nineveh and Its Remains: with an Account of a Visit to the Chaldean Christians of Kurdistan, and the Yezidis, or Devil-Worshippers; and an Inquiry into the Manners and Arts of the Ancient Assyrians.
1849
 

LEONARD, JAMES. ALS to Reuben Hamilton on a journey to the upper Midwest. August 10th, 1835. One quarto page folded with address on cover: Mr. Reuben Hamilton, Wayne, Erie County, Pa.”. Postmarked Smyrna, NY, August 11th. Wax seal broken, small hole, slight loss. Handwritten in ink, browned, legible. Accompanied by Steele, Oliver G. The Western Guide Book; Emigrant’s Directory; Containing General Descriptions of Different Routes Through the States of New York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and the territory of Michigan. Buffalo: 1834. 91 pp. Orig. boards, some wear, foxing. Flyleaf inscribed: J.J. Eackers (?) Book, 1842, Dist. No. 6.
1834
 

MANEY, HENRY Memories Over the Water, or Stray Thoughts on a Long Stroll. With an Introductory by the Hon. Edwin Ewing.
1854
 

MANFORD, ERASMUS. Twenty-Five Years in the West.
1867
 

MAYO, W.S. Editor. Kaloolah, Journeyings to the Djebel Kumri: an Autobiography of Jonathan Romer.
1850
 

MENDELL and HOSMER, Notes of Travel and Life. By Two Young Ladies.
1854
 

MENDELL and HOSMER, Notes of Travel and Life. By Two Young Ladies.
1854
 

MENDELL and HOSMER, Notes of Travel and Life. By Two Young Ladies.
1854
 

MUNCHAUSEN, BARON. Gulliver Redivivus: or the Celebrated and Entertaining Travels and Adventures, of the Renowned Varon Munchausen, by Sea and Land; Including a Tour of the United States of America, in the Year 1803.
1832
 

NICHOLS, T.L. A Scamper Across Europe. With Glimpses of Paris, Lyons, Geneva, Turin, Milan, Venice, Vienna and the World's Exhibition, Prague, Nuremburg, and Brussels.
1873
 

OLMSTED, FREDERICK L Walks and Talks of an American Farmer in England. Part [I]-II.
1852
 

PEAK, JOHN. Memoir of Elder John Peak, Written by Himself.
1832
 

PRIME, E.D.G. Around the World: Sketches of Travel Through Many Lands and Over Many Seas.
1872
 

SCHOENER, JACOB B. Journey to Key West and Havana from New York. 1841-1842. Diary, 16mo. 60 pp. Contemp. calf. Ink & pencil, most English, some German. Illustrations are hand drawn in ink & pencil, one colored.
1841
 

SCOFIELD, ORRIN Perambulations of Cosmopolite; or Travels and Labors of Lorenzo Dow, in Europe and America...
1842
 

SHELTON, FREDERICK W The Trollopiad; or, Travelling Gentlemen in America. A Satire, by Nil Admirari, Esq.
1837
 

STUART, JAMES. Three Years in North America. From the Second London Edition. In Two Volumes.
1833
 

SUTCLIFF, ROBERT. Travels in Some Parts of North America, in the Years 1804, 1805, & 1806.
1812
 

TANNER, H.S. Memoir on the Recent Surveys, Observations and Internal Improvements in the United States....Intended to Accompany His New Map of the United States.
1829
 

THOMAS, DAVID. Travels Through the Western Country in the Summer of 1816...with a Map of the Wabash Country, Now Settling.
1819
 

TUCKERMAN, HENRY T. The Optimist.
1850
 

TUCKERMAN, HENRY T. The Optimist.
1850
 

WADE, WILLIAM D. New York City to Europe, February 19, 1870 to October 13, 1870. Three volumes. 248 pp. Sm. folio. Contemp. full calf, gilt stamped. Vol. 1 has index. Ink, very legible hand. Vol. 1 slightly worn cover, spine very worn, others fine. Also 4 carte de visites of the four tourists, William D. Wade, Emma C. Wade, Emilie B. Pratt, and Louis Richter. Sepia, 2.5 x 4 inches.
1870
 

WARNER, CHARLES DUDL In the Levant. Illustrated with Photogravures. Volume I-[II].
1893
 

WATKINS, N.J. Editor The Pine and the Palm Greeting; or, The Trip of the Northern Editors to the South in 1871, and the Return Visit of the Southern Editors in 1872, Under the Leadership of Maj. N.H. Hotchkiss, Traveling Agent of Chesapeake & Ohio and Richmond & York River Railroads.
1873
 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM. Journal of the life, Travels, and Gospel Labours, of William Williams, a Minister of the Society of Friends, Late of White-Water, Indiana.
1828
 

WILLIS, N. PARKER. Health Trip to the Tropics.
1854
 

WOODRUFF, JAMES O. Final Announcement of the Woodruff Scientific Expedition Around the World. Starting October, 1877, and Returning October 1879. Giving Plan of Organization, Management, Faculty, Financial Details, Routes...and Other Information Necessary to a Full Understanding of This Enterprise.
1877
 

WRIGHT, FRANCES. Views of Society and Manners in America...by an Englishwoman
1821
 

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