Cover of: American Notes | Charles Dickens

About the Book

Description of a trip by the famous British novelist Charles Dickens to the U.S. in the early 1840s, which included travel through the Great Lakes states. The first and last portions of the book are accounts of his travel in the east. There are also chapters on slavery and his voyage back to England. Chapter headings for the portion on western travel are:

-From Pittsburg to Cincinnati in a western steam-boat. Cincinnati.
-From Cincinnati to Louisville in another western steam-boat; and from Louisville to St. Louis in another. St. Louis.
-A Jaunt to the Looking-glass prairie and back.
-Return to Cincinnati. A stage-coach ride from that city to Columbus, and thence to Sandusky. So, by Lake Erie, to the Falls of Niagara.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
917.3/0458
Library of Congress
E165 .D52 1985

The Physical Object

Pagination
254 p. ;
Number of pages
254

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24751091M
Internet Archive
americannotesjou00dick
ISBN 10
0880640235
ISBN 13
9780880640237
LC Control Number
85010213
OCLC/WorldCat
12050240
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