2 edition of two-years" journal in New York and part of its territories in America found in the catalog.
two-years" journal in New York and part of its territories in America
250 copies printed.
|Statement||by Charles Wooley; Reprinted from the original ed. of 1701; with an introd. and notes by Edward Gaylord Bourne.|
|Contributions||Bourne, Edward Gaylord, 1860-1908.|
|LC Classifications||F122 .W86 1973, F122 W86 1902|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
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Editor:: O'Callaghan, E. (Edmund Bailey), A two years' journal in New York, and part of its territories in America, By A.M.
Charles Wooley, A two years journal in New York, and part of its territories in America. By Charles. Wolley and E. (Edmund Bailey) O'Callaghan Indians of North America -- New York (State), New York (State) -- Description and travel.
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This description of the city and inhabitants of New York and its environs was written by the Anglican chaplain who resided there in the years –, who published it twenty years after his return to England.
A large portion concerns the life and manners of the Native inhabitants, obtained both by direct observation and conversation, and by reports from the official government interpreter.
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