The Resource Domestic manners of the Americans;, edited, with a history of Mrs. Trollope's adventures in America, by Donald Smalley

Domestic manners of the Americans;, edited, with a history of Mrs. Trollope's adventures in America, by Donald Smalley

Label
Domestic manners of the Americans;
Title
Domestic manners of the Americans;
Statement of responsibility
edited, with a history of Mrs. Trollope's adventures in America, by Donald Smalley
Creator
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Contains primary source material
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1780-1863
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Trollope, Frances Milton
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
no index present
LC call number
E165
LC item number
.T84 1949
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1907-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Smalley, Donald Arthur
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Trollope, Frances Milton
  • Trollope, Frances Milton
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • États-Unis
  • Briten
  • Nordamerika
  • Nordamerika
  • United States
  • Amerikabild
  • Amerikabild
  • Briten
  • Manners and customs
  • Travel
Label
Domestic manners of the Americans;, edited, with a history of Mrs. Trollope's adventures in America, by Donald Smalley
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [444]-454
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
I. Entrance of the Mississippi; Balize -- II. New Orleans; Society; Creoles and quadroons; Voyage up the Mississippi; -- III. Company on board the steamboat; Scenery of the Mississippi; Crocodiles; Arrival at Memphis; Nashoba -- IV. Departure from Memphis; Ohio River; Louisville; Cincinnati -- V. Cincinnati; Forest Farm; Mr. Bullock -- VI. Servants; Society; Evening parties -- VII. Market; Museum; Picture gallery; Academy of Fine Arts; Drawing school; Phrenological Society; Miss Wright's lecture -- VIII. Absence of public and private amusement; Churches and chapels; Influence of the clergy; A revival -- IX. Schools; Climate; Water melons; Fourth of July; Storms; Pigs; Moving houses; Mr. Flint; Literature -- X. Removal to the country; Walk in the forest; Equality -- XI. Religion -- XII. Peasantry, compared to that of England; Early marriages; Charity; Independence and equality; Cottage prayer-meeting -- XIII. Theatre; Fine arts; Delicacy; Shaking Quakers; Big-bone lick; Visit of the President -- XIV. American spring; Controversy between Messrs. Owen and Campbell; Public ball; Separation of the sexes; American freedom; Execution -- XV. Camp-meeting -- XVI. Danger of rural excursions; Sickness -- XVII. Departure from Cincinnati; Society on board the steamboat; Arrival at Wheeling; Bel Esprit -- XVIII. Departure for the mountains in the stage; Scenery of the Alleghany; Haggerstown -- XIX. Baltimore; Catholic Cathedral; St. Mary's College; Sermons; Infant school -- XX. Voyage to Washington; Capitol; City of Washington; Congress; Indians; Funeral of a member of Congress -- XXI. Stonington; Great Falls of the Potomac -- XXII. Small landed proprietors; Slavery -- XXIII. Fruits and flowers of Maryland and Virginia; Copper-head snake; Insects; Elections -- XXIV. Journey to Philadelphia; Chesapeake and Delaware Canal; City of Philadelphia; Miss Wright's lecture -- XXV. Washington Square; American beauty; Gallery of Fine Arts; Antiques; Theatres; Museum -- XXVI. Quakers; Presbyterians; Itinerant Methodist preacher; Market; Influence of females in society -- XXVII. Return to Stonington; Thunder-storm; Emigrants; Illness; Alexandria -- XXVIII. American cooking; Evening parties; Dress; Sleighing; Money-getting habits; Tax-gatherer's notice; Indian summer; Anecdote of the Duke of Saxe-Weimar -- XXIX. Literature; Extracts; Fine arts; Education -- XXX. Journey to New York; Delaware River; Stage-coach; City of New York; Collegiate Institute for Young Ladies; Theatres; Public garden; Churches; Morris Canal; Fashions; Carriages -- XXXI. Reception of Captain Basil Hall's book in the United States -- XXXII. Journey to Niagara; Hudson; West Point; Hyde Park; Albany; Yankees; Trenton Falls; Rochester; Genesee Falls; Lockport -- XXXIII. Niagara; Arrival at Forsythes; First sight of the Falls; Goat Island; The rapids; Buffalo; Lake Erie; Canandaigua; Stage-coach adventure -- XXXIV. Return to New York; Conclusion
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
1st Borzoi ed..
Extent
lxxxiii, 454, xix pages
Lccn
49011380
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, portrait
System control number
(OCoLC)345028
Label
Domestic manners of the Americans;, edited, with a history of Mrs. Trollope's adventures in America, by Donald Smalley
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [444]-454
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
I. Entrance of the Mississippi; Balize -- II. New Orleans; Society; Creoles and quadroons; Voyage up the Mississippi; -- III. Company on board the steamboat; Scenery of the Mississippi; Crocodiles; Arrival at Memphis; Nashoba -- IV. Departure from Memphis; Ohio River; Louisville; Cincinnati -- V. Cincinnati; Forest Farm; Mr. Bullock -- VI. Servants; Society; Evening parties -- VII. Market; Museum; Picture gallery; Academy of Fine Arts; Drawing school; Phrenological Society; Miss Wright's lecture -- VIII. Absence of public and private amusement; Churches and chapels; Influence of the clergy; A revival -- IX. Schools; Climate; Water melons; Fourth of July; Storms; Pigs; Moving houses; Mr. Flint; Literature -- X. Removal to the country; Walk in the forest; Equality -- XI. Religion -- XII. Peasantry, compared to that of England; Early marriages; Charity; Independence and equality; Cottage prayer-meeting -- XIII. Theatre; Fine arts; Delicacy; Shaking Quakers; Big-bone lick; Visit of the President -- XIV. American spring; Controversy between Messrs. Owen and Campbell; Public ball; Separation of the sexes; American freedom; Execution -- XV. Camp-meeting -- XVI. Danger of rural excursions; Sickness -- XVII. Departure from Cincinnati; Society on board the steamboat; Arrival at Wheeling; Bel Esprit -- XVIII. Departure for the mountains in the stage; Scenery of the Alleghany; Haggerstown -- XIX. Baltimore; Catholic Cathedral; St. Mary's College; Sermons; Infant school -- XX. Voyage to Washington; Capitol; City of Washington; Congress; Indians; Funeral of a member of Congress -- XXI. Stonington; Great Falls of the Potomac -- XXII. Small landed proprietors; Slavery -- XXIII. Fruits and flowers of Maryland and Virginia; Copper-head snake; Insects; Elections -- XXIV. Journey to Philadelphia; Chesapeake and Delaware Canal; City of Philadelphia; Miss Wright's lecture -- XXV. Washington Square; American beauty; Gallery of Fine Arts; Antiques; Theatres; Museum -- XXVI. Quakers; Presbyterians; Itinerant Methodist preacher; Market; Influence of females in society -- XXVII. Return to Stonington; Thunder-storm; Emigrants; Illness; Alexandria -- XXVIII. American cooking; Evening parties; Dress; Sleighing; Money-getting habits; Tax-gatherer's notice; Indian summer; Anecdote of the Duke of Saxe-Weimar -- XXIX. Literature; Extracts; Fine arts; Education -- XXX. Journey to New York; Delaware River; Stage-coach; City of New York; Collegiate Institute for Young Ladies; Theatres; Public garden; Churches; Morris Canal; Fashions; Carriages -- XXXI. Reception of Captain Basil Hall's book in the United States -- XXXII. Journey to Niagara; Hudson; West Point; Hyde Park; Albany; Yankees; Trenton Falls; Rochester; Genesee Falls; Lockport -- XXXIII. Niagara; Arrival at Forsythes; First sight of the Falls; Goat Island; The rapids; Buffalo; Lake Erie; Canandaigua; Stage-coach adventure -- XXXIV. Return to New York; Conclusion
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
1st Borzoi ed..
Extent
lxxxiii, 454, xix pages
Lccn
49011380
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, portrait
System control number
(OCoLC)345028

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