Catalog Record: A history of travel in America, showing the development of travel and transportation from the crude methods of the canoe and the dog-sled to the highly organized railway systems of the present, together with a narrative of the human experiences and changing social conditions that accompanied this economic conquest of the continent | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A history of travel in America, showing the development of travel and transportation from the crude methods of the canoe and the dog-sled to the highly organized railway systems of the present, together with a narrative of the human experiences and changing social conditions that accompanied this economic conquest of the continent, by Seymour Dunbar; with maps, colored plates and other illustrations reproduced from early engravings, original contemporaneous drawings and broadsides ...

Main Author: Dunbar, Seymour, 1867-1947.
Language(s): English
Published: Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill Company [c1915]
Subjects: Frontier and pioneer life > United States.
Transportation > United States > History.
History.
Note: Paged continuously.
Physical Description: 4 v. col. fronts., illus. (incl. facsims.) col. plates, maps (2 double) 23 cm.
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