e-Book South American Travels epub downloadAuthor: Henry Stephens
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Publisher: Nabu Press (February 3, 2010)
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South American travels. by. Stephens, Henry, 1883-. Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Texas and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
South American travels. New York : Knickerbocker Press.
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The South American Handbook is a travel guide to South America, published in the United Kingdom by Footprint Books. In 2010 it was chosen as the Best South American Handbook by Sounds and Colours. The handbook was first published in 1921 as the Anglo-South American Handbook. It was founded and compiled by William Henry Koebel (1872-1923), a prolific author who had a particular interest in promoting trade with South America
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com: South American Travels: Hard Bound. 1, 1932" and at bottom of same page, author notes:"Volume I This book was written in 1912-1913 and published in 1915". Nice clean and tight copy. Yes. 4t. The Knickerbocker Press,NY. AUTHOR SIGNED! Very Good/NJ. Dark blue cloth hardbound with gilt print and lovely gilt mansion and palm tree ill. on boards. Filled with blk. and wh. hoto's on quality photo stock papers.
Is he ‘quintessentially American’ in the way Stephen is often charged with . Stephen Fry in America. The Ode Less Travelled: Unlocking the Poet Within.
Is he ‘quintessentially American’ in the way Stephen is often charged with being ‘quintessentially English’? All these questions are intriguing but impossible to settle. If you are British, dear reader, then I dare say you too might have been born American had your ancestral circumstances veered a little in their course. Having said that this book presumes to draw no conclusions, I will offer this: the overwhelming majority of Americans I met on my journey were kind, courteous, honourable and hospitable beyond expectation. This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning proc. BiblioLife, Nabu Press.
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