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16th-18th century -- general collections
16th century -- general collections
17th century -- general collections

17th century -- general collections -- series

17th century -- contemporary printed material (in chronological order)

17th century -- modern editions (in chronological order)


17th-18th century -- general collections
18th century -- general collections

18th century -- contemporary printed material (in chronological order)

18th century -- modern editions (in chronological order)
18th century -- war era -- contemporary printed material (in chronological order)

18th century -- war era -- modern editions (in chronological order)


18th century -- post-war -- contemporary printed material (in chronological order)

18th century -- post-war -- modern editions (in chronological order)


18th-19th century -- general collections
19th century -- contemporary printed material (in chronological order)

19th century -- modern editions (in chronological order)


16th-18th century -- general collections
Barclay, Donald A., Maguire, James H., and Wild, Peter, eds. Into the Wilderness Dream: Exploration Narratives of the American West, 1500-1805. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1994. * F592.I68
16th century -- general collections
Mancall, Peter, ed. Travel Narratives from the Age of Discovery. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006. * G95.T73
17th century -- general collections
Axtell, James, ed. America Perceived: A View from Abroad in the 17th Century. West Haven: Pendulum Press, 1974. * E162.A972
17th century -- general collections -- series
Tyler, Lyon Gardiner, ed. Narratives of Early Virginia, 1606-1625. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1907. * E187.O6 v.5
Observations by Master George Percy, 1607.

A true relation, by Captain John Smith, 1608.

Description of Virginia and proceedings of the colonie.

The relation of the Lord De-La-Ware, 1611.

Letter of Don Diego de Molina, 1613.

Letter of Father Pierre Biard, 1614.

Letter of John Rolfe, 1614.

Proceedings of the Virginia Assembly, 1619.

Letter of John Pory, 1619.

Generall historie of Virginia by Captain John Smith, 1624; the fourth booke.

The Virginia planters’ answer to Captain Butler, 1623.

The tragical relation of the Virginia Assembly, 1624.

The discourse of the old company, 1625.
Hall, Clayton Colman, ed. Narratives of Early Maryland, 1633-1684. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1910. * E187.O6 v.11
An account of the colony of the Lord Baron of Baltamore, 1633.

Instructions to the colonists by Lord Baltimore, 1633.

A briefe relation of the voyage unto Maryland, by Father Andrew White, 1634.

Extracts from a letter of Captain Thomas Yong to Sir Toby Matthew, 1634.

A relation of Maryland, 1635.

Extracts from the annual letters of the English province of the Society of Jesus, 1634, 1638, 1639, 1640, 1642, 1654, 1656, 1681.

Letter of Governor Leonard Calvert to Lord Baltimore, 1638.

The Lord Baltemore’s case, 1658.

Virginia and Maryland, or, The Lord Baltemore’s printed case uncased and answered, 1655.

Babylon’s fall, by Leonard Strong, 1655.

Refutation of Babylon’s fall, by John Langford, 1655.

Leah and Rachel, or, The two fruitful sisters, Virginia and Mary-land, by John Hammond, 1656.

Journal of the Dutch embassy to Maryland, by Augustine Herrman, 1659.

A character of the province of Maryland, by George Alsop, 1666.

From the journal of George Fox, 1672, 1673.

Reports of conferences between Lord Baltimore (Charles, third baron and second proprietary) and William Penn, and their agents, 1682, 1683, 1684.


Salley, Alexander S., ed. Narratives of early Carolina, 1650-1708. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1911. * E187.O6 v.12
The discovery of New Brittaine, 1650.

Francis Yeardley’s narrative of excursions into Carolina, 1654.

A relation of a discovery, by William Hilton, 1664.

A brief description of the province of Carolina, by Robert Horne (?) 1666.

A relation of a voyage on the coast of the province of Carolina, 1666, by Robert Sandford.

Letters of early colonists, 1670.

A faithful relation of my Westoe voyage, by Henry Woodward.

Carolina, or a description of the present state of that country, by Thomas Ashe, 1682.

An account of the province of Carolina, by Samuel Wilson, 1682.

Letters of Thomas Newe, 1682.

Journal of Elder William Pratt, 1695-1701.

Letter of Edward Randolph to the Board of trade, 1699.

Reverend John Blair’s mission to North Carolina, 1704.

Party-tyranny, by Daniel Defoe, 1705.

The present state of affairs in Caroline, by John Ash, 1706.

A new description of that fertile and pleasant province of Carolina, by John Archdale, 1707.

From the history of the British empire in America, by John Oldmixon, 1708.
Myers, Albert Cook, ed. Narratives of early Pennsylvania, West New Jersey and Delaware, 1630-1707. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1912. * E187.O6 v.13
A further account of the province of Pennsylvania, by William Penn, 1685.

Letters of Doctor Nicholas More, and others, 1686.

A short description of Pennsylvania, by Richard Frame, 1692.

An historical and geographical account of Pennsylvania and West-New-Jersey, by Gabriel Thomas, 1698.

Circumstantial geographical description of Pennsylvania, by Francis Daniel Pastorius, 1700.

Letter of John Jones, 1725.

From the “Korte historiael ende journaels aenteyckenings,” by David Pietersz de Vries, 1630-1633, 1644 (1665).

Relation of Captain Thomas Young, 1634.

` From the “Account of the Swedish churches in New Sweden,” by Reverend Israel Acrelius, 1759.

Affidavit of four men from the “Key of Calmar,” 1638.

Report of Governor Johan Printz, 1644.

Report of Govern John Printz, 1647.

Report of Govenor Johan Rising. 1654.

Report of Governor Johan Rising, 1655.

Relation of the surrender of New Sweden, by Governor Johan Clason Rising, 1655.

The epistle of Penn. Lawrie and Lucas, respecting West Jersey, 1676.

The present stae of the colony of West-Jersey, 1681.

Some account of the province of Pennsylvania, by William Penn, 1681.

Letters from William Penn to the committee of the Free Society of Trades, 1683.

Letter of Thomas Paschall, 1683.


James, Bartlett B., and Jameson, J. Franklin, eds. Journal of Jasper Danckaerts, 1679-1680. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1913. * Dutch envoy * E187.O6 v.14
17th century -- contemporary printed material (in chronological order)
Ward, Edward. Trip to New-England, With a Character of the Country and People, Both English and Indians. London: 1699.
17th century -- modern editions (in chronological order)
Bourne, Edward Gaylord, ed. A Two Years’ Journal in New York, and Part of its Territories in America, by Charles Wolley, A.M [1678]. Cleveland: Burrows Brothers, 1902 (orig 1701). * F122.W86
Murphy, Henry C., ed., trans. Journal of a Voyage to New York and a Tour in Several of the American Colonies in 1679-80, by Jaspar Dankers and Peter Sluyter of Wiewerd in Friesland. Brooklyn: Long Island Historical Society (Memoirs, Vol. 1), 1867. * F116.L8
Whitmore, W.H., ed. Letters Written from New-England A.D. 1686 by John Dunton. Boston: Prince Society (Publications, Vol. 4), 1867.
repr New York: Burt Franklin, 1967. * E186.P91 v.4
Andrews, Wayne, ed. “A Glance at New York in 1697: The Travel Diary of Dr. Benjamin Bullivant.” NYHSQ 40 (1956): 55 73. * F116.N626
17th-18th century -- general collections
Martin, Wendy, ed. Colonial American Travel Narratives. New York: Penguin, 1994. * document collection * E162.C69

Mereness, Newton D., ed. Travels in the American Colonies. New York: Macmillan, 1916. * E162.M5


18th century -- general collections
Andrews, William L., ed. Journeys in New Worlds: Early American Women’s Narratives. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1990. * document collection * E187.5 J68 * own
Axtell, James, ed. America Perceived: A View from Abroad in the 18th Century. West Haven: Pendulum Press, 1974. * E162.A975
Peckham, Howard Henry, ed. Narratives of Colonial America, 1704-1765. Chicago: R.R. Donnelley, 1971. * E162.P4
Contents: Historical introduction, by H. H. Peckham.--Madam Knight’s journal: a woman travels to New York, 1704.--The present state of Louisiana: French life in New Orleans, 1743. (Anonymous)--Life and travels of Col. James Smith: an Indian captive in Ohio, 1743.--Cleaveland’s letters and diary: a chaplain at Ticonderoga, 1758.--Major Rogers’ journals: the raid on St. Francis, 1759.--Anne Grant’s memoirs: the children of Albany, 1762-68.--Lieut. Jehu Hay’s diary: under siege in Detroit, 1763.--Journal of Lord Adam Gordon: how our cities looked, 1765.
18th century -- contemporary printed material (in chronological order)
Lawson, John. A new voyage to Carolina containing the exact description and natural history of that country: ... And a journal of a thousand miles, travel’d thro’ several nations of Indians. London: printed in the year, 1709.
Nairne, Thomas. A letter from South Carolina giving an account of the soil, air, product, trade, government, laws, religion, people, military strength, &c. of that province: together with the manner and necessary charges of settling a plantation there, and the annual profit it will produce. London: Printed for A. Baldwin, 1710.
Lawson, John. The history of Carolina; containing the exact description and natural history of that country: together with the present state thereof. And a journal of a thousand miles, travel’d thro’ several nations of Indians. Giving a particular account of their customs, manners, &c. London: for W. Taylor and J. Baker, 1714. * [2]/1718
Rogers, Robert. A concise account of North America: containing a description of the several British colonies on that continent, including the islands of Newfoundland, Cape Breton, &c. ... Also of the interior, or westerly parts of the country, upon the rivers St. Laurence, the Mississipi, Christino, and the Great Lakes. To which is subjoined, an account of the several nations and tribes of Indians residing in those parts, as to their customs, manners, government, numbers, &c. London: 1765.
Cluny, Alexander. The American traveller: or, observations on the present state, culture and commerce of the British colonies in America, and the further improvements of which they are capable; with an account of the exports, imports and returns of each colony respectively,--and of the numbers of British ships and seamen, merchants, traders and manufacturers employed by all collectively: together with the amount of the revenue arising to Great Britain therefrom. In a series of letters, written originally to the Right Honorable the Earl of ********* by an old and experienced trader. London: 1769.
Cluny, Alexander. The American traveller: containing observations on the present state, culture and commerce of the British colonies in America, and the further improvements of which they are capable; with an account of the exports, imports and returns of each colony respectively,--and of the numbers of British ships and seamen, merchants, traders and manufacturers employed by all collectively: together with the amount of the revenue arising to Great-Britain therefrom.: In a series of letters, written originally to the Right Honourable the Earl of ********. [Philadelphia?]: 1770. E=11603
Kalm, Pehr. Travels into North America; containing its natural history, and a circumstantial account of its plantations and agriculture in general, with the civil, ecclesiastical and commercial state of the country, the manners of the inhabitants, and several curious and important remarks on various subjects. 3 vols. London: 1770-1771.
repr Benson, Adolph B., ed. Peter Kalm’s Travels in North America: The English Version of 1770. 2 vols. New York: Wilson-Erickson, 1937. * E162.K165
repr Benson, Adolph B., ed. Peter Kalm’s Travels in North America: The English Version of 1770. New York: Dover, 1964. * E162.K173
American husbandry: containing an account of the soil, climate, production and agriculture, of the British colonies in North-America and the West-Indies: with observations on the advantages and disadvantages of settling in them, compared with Great Britain and Ireland. 2 vols. London: Printed for J. Bew, 1775.
Burnaby, Andrew. Travels through the middle settlements in North-America, in the years 1759 and 1760: with observations upon the state of the colonies. Dublin: 1775.
Burnaby, Andrew. Travels through the middle settlements in North-America, in the years 1759 and 1760: with observations upon the state of the colonies. 2nd ed. London: for T. Payne, 1775. * 3/1798
repr Burnaby, Andrew. Travels Through the Middle Settlements in North-America, in the Years 1759 and 1760, with Observations Upon the State of the Colonies. Ithaca: Great Seal Books, 1960. *
18th century -- modern editions (in chronological order)
Hinke, William J., ed. “Report on the Journey of Franz Louis Michel, from Berne, Switzerland, to Virginia, October 2, 1701-December 1, 1702.” VMHB 24 (1916): 1-43, 113-141, 275-303.
O’Callaghan, E.B., ed. Voyage of George Clarke ... to America (1703). Albany: J. Munsell, 1867.
Cope, Gilbert, ed. “The Journal of Esther Palmer and Mary Lawson, from Philadelphia to Maryland, Virginia, and Carolina and Thence Back to Philadelphia Again [1704-1705].” Journal of the Friends’ Historical Society 6 (1909): 63-71.
Cope, Gilbert, ed. “The Journall of Susanna Freeborn and Esther Palmer from Rhoad Island to and in Pennsylvania, &c [1704-1705].” Journal of the Friends’ Historical Society 6 (1909): 38 40.
Cope, Gilbert, ed. “A Jornall of Mary Banister and Esther Palmers Travells in Maryland and Virginei 1705.” Journal of the Friends’ Historical Society 6 (1909): 133-139.
Bell, Whitfield J., Jr., ed. “Adam Cunningham’s Atlantic Crossing, 1728.” MDHM 50 (1955): 195-202.
Hart, Albert Bushnell, ed. Hamilton’s Itinerarium: being a narrative of a journey from Annapolis, Maryland, through Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, from May to September, 1744. Saint Louis: W.K. Bixby, 1907.
repr Bridenbaugh, Carl, ed. Gentleman’s Progress: The Itinerarium of Dr. Alexander Hamilton, 1744. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1948. * E162.H22
Hayes, Kevin J., ed. Itinerant Observations in America: Edward Kimber [1745-1746]. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1998. * E162.K56
Doblin, Helga, and Starna, William A., eds. The journals of Christian Daniel Claus and Conrad Weiser: a journey to Onondaga, 1750. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1994. **
Birket, James. Some Cursory Remarks Made by James Birket in his Voyage to North America, 1750-1751. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1916. * D6.Y3 no.4
Mittelberger, Gottlieb. Gottlich Mittelberger’s journey to Pennsylvania in the year 1750 and return to Germany in the year 1754, containing not only a description of the country according to its present condition, but also a detailed account of the sad and unfortunate circumstances of most of the Germans that have emigrated, or are emigrating to that country. Philadelphia: J.J. McVey, 1898. * F152.M691
repr Handlin, Oscar, and Clive, John, eds., trans. Journey to Pennsylvania. Cambridge: Belknap Press, 1960. * F152.M692
Anderson, Carl Magnus, ed., trans. “Pastor Wrangel’s Trip to the Shore [1764].” NJH 87 (1969): 5 31. * F131.N52
“Journal of a French Traveler in the Colonies, 1765.” AHR 26 (1921): 726-747; 27 (1922): 70 89. * witnesses anti-Stamp Act agitation; p 84 predicts colonial independence
Carter, Edward C. II, Van Horne, John C., and Formwalt, Lee W., eds. The Journals of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 1770-1820: From Philadelphia to New Orleans. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1980. * NA737.L34 A2
Ruddock, Ted, ed. Travels in the Colonies in 1773-1775: Described in the Letters of William Mylne. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1993. * E163.M95
18th century -- war era -- contemporary printed material (in chronological order)
Barclay, James. The Voyages and Travels of James Barclay Containing Many Surprising Adventures and Interesting Narratives. London, 1777. * re observations of slavery and wildlife
18th century -- war era -- modern editions (in chronological order)
Andrews, Evangeline Walker, and Andrews, Charles McLean, eds. Journal of a Lady of Quality: Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the Years 1774 to 1776. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1921. * F2131.S3 * p 198 re Wilmington revolutionary committee’s threat to wavering folk
Bradley, A.G., ed. The Journal of Nicholas Cresswell, 1774-1777. New York: Dial Press, 1928. * E163.C97
repr Cresswell, Nicholas, The journal of Nicholas Cresswell, 1774-1777. Port Washington: Kennikat Press, 1968. * E163.C78
background: Curtis, George M., III, and Gill, Harold B., Jr. “A Man Apart: Nicholas Cresswell’s American Odyssey, 1774-1777.” Indiana Magazine of History 96 (2000): 169 190. * online
Padelford, Philip, ed. Colonial Panorama 1775: Dr. Robert Honyman’s Journal for March and April. San Marino: Huntington Library, 1939. * E163.H7
Ward, George Atkinson, ed. The journal and letters of Samuel Curwen, an American in England, from 1775 to 1783. 4th ed. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1864. **
Cometti, Elizabeth, ed. The American Journals of Lt. John Enys [1776-1788]. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1976. * F267.E58
Echeverria, Durand, ed., trans. “The American Character: A Frenchman Views the New Republic From Philadelphia, 1777.” WMQ Ser 3, 16 (1959): 376 413. * see also Seeber
Seeber, Edward D., trans. On the Threshold of Liberty: Journal of a Frenchman’s Tour of the American Colonies in 1777. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1959. * AS36.I5 no.43 ** incl beginning and end omitted by Echeverria
Balch, Thomas, ed., and Duane, William, trans. The Journal of Claude Blanchard, Commissary of the French Auxiliary Army Sent to the United States during the American Revolution, 1780 1783. Albany: J. Munsell, 1876. * LILLY E265.B6
18th century -- post-war -- contemporary printed material (in chronological order)
Robin, C.C. New travels through North-America: in a series of letters; exhibiting, the history of the victorious campaign of the allied armies, under His Excellency General Washington, and the Count de Rochambeau, in the year 1781.: Interspersed woth political, and philosophical observations, upon the genius, temper, and customs of the Americans. Philadelphia: Robert Bell, 1783.
Robin, C.C. New travels through North America: in a series of letters; exhibiting the history of the victorious campaign of the allied armies, under His Excellency General Washington, and the Count de Rochambeau, in the year 1781.: Interspersed with political and philosophical observations, upon the genius, temper, and customs of the Americans. Boston: E.E. Powars and N. Willis, 1784.
repr Robin, C.C. New Travels through North America: Abbe Robin. New York: New York Times, 1969 (orig 1783). * E163.R655
Carver, Jonathan. Three years travels, through the interior parts of North-America, for more than five thousand miles ... together with a concise history of the genius, manners, and customs of the Indians ... and an appendix, describing the uncultivated parts of America that are the most proper for forming settlements. Philadelphia: Joseph Crukshank 1784.
Carver, Jonathan. Three years travels, through the interior parts of North-America, for more than five thousand miles ... together with a concise history of the genius, manners, and customs of the Indians ... and an appendix, describing the uncultivated parts of America that are the most proper for forming settlements. Philadelphia: Joseph Crukshank, 1789.
Carver, Jonathan. Three years travels, through the interior parts of North-America, for more than five thousand miles ... together with a concise history of the genius, manners, and customs of the Indians ... and an appendix, describing the uncultivated parts of America that are the most proper for forming settlements. Philadelphia: Joseph Crukshank, 1792.
Carver, Jonathan. Three years travels throughout the interior parts of North-America, for more than five thousand miles ... together with a concise history of the genius, manners, and customs of the Indians ... and an appendix, describing the uncultivated parts of America, that are the most proper for forming settlements. Portsmouth: Charles Peirce, 1794.
Carver, Jonathan. Three years travels through the interior parts of North-America, for more than five thousand miles ... together with a concise history of the genius, manners, and customs of the Indians ... and an appendix, describing the uncultivated parts of America, that are the most proper for forming settlements. Philadelphia: Key & Simpson, 1796.
Carver, Jonathan. Three years travels throughout the interior parts of North-America, for more than five thousand miles ... together with a concise history of the genius, manners, and customs of the Indians ... and an appendix, describing the uncultivated parts of America, that are the most proper for forming settlements. Boston: John Russell, 1797.
Stuart, John Ferdinand Smyth. A tour in the United States of America: containing an account of the present situation of that country ... With a description of the Indian nations. 2 vols. Dublin: G. Perrin, 1784.
repr Stuart, John Ferdinand Smyth. A Tour in the United States of America. New York: New York Times, 1968 (orig 1784). * E164.S655
The European Traveller in America, Contained in Three Letters to his Friend in London. Hartford: Hudson and Goodwin, 1785.
repr in Peckham, Howard H., ed. The European Traveller in America. [Boston]: G.K. Hall, 1972. * E164.E895
Chastellux, François Jean. Travels in North-America, in the years 1780, 1781, and 1782. London: Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, 1787. * FC75 C3894
Rice, Howard C., Jr., ed. Travels in North America in the Years 1780, 1781 and 1782 by the Marquis de Chastellux. 2 vols. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1963. * E169.C48
Chastellux, François Jean. Travels in North America in the years 1780-1781-1782. New York: A.M. Kelley, 1970. * E163 .C59
Anburey, Thomas. Travels through the interior parts of America: in a series of letters. London: 1789. * 1791
Carter, William Harding, ed. Travels Through the Interior Parts of America by Thomas Anburey. 2 vols. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1923 (orig 1789). * E163.A5 * re condemns slavery, observes mulattoes; pp 202-203 describes gouging; pp 215-217 three ranks, incl middling sort
repr Anburey, Thomas. Travels through the interior parts of America. New York: New York Times, 1969. * E163.A53
Weld, Isaac. Travels through the states of North America, and the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, during the years 1795, 1796, and 1797. London: for John Stockdale, 1799. * 2/1799, 3/1800, 4/1807
repr Weld, Isaac, Jr. Travels through the States of North America and the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, During the Years 1795, 1796 and 1797: by Isaac Weld Junior. 2 vols. New York: Augustus M. Kelly Publishers, 1969. * E164.W4443
18th century -- post-war -- modern editions (in chronological order)
Cometti, Elizabeth, ed., trans. Seeing America and its Great Men: The Journal and Letters of Count Francesco dal Verme, 1783-1784. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1969. * E163.D15 A2
Ezell, John S., ed., and Wood, Judson P., trans. The New Democracy in America: Travels of Francisco de Miranda in the United States, 1783-1784. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1963. * E164.M64
Morrison, Alfred J., ed., trans. Travels in the Confederation, 1783, 1784. 2 vols. Philadelphia: William J. Campbell, 1911; repr New York: B. Franklin, 1968. * E164.S3
Riano, don Juan de, trans. “A Spaniard’s Visit to Newport in 1784.” Newport Historical Society Bulletin 85 (1932): 3-15. * incl genteel ltrs of intro
Robertson, Douglas S., ed. An Englishman in America 1785: Being the Diary of Joseph Hadfield. Toronto: Hunter-Rose, 1933. * E164.H12 * re travelled with Robert Hunter
Wright, Louis B., and Tinling, Marion, eds. Quebec to Carolina in 1785-1786: Being the Travel Diary and Observations of Robert Hunter, Jr., A Young Merchant of London. San Marino: Huntington Library, 1943. * E164.H9 * re travelled with Joseph Hadfield
Pace, Antonio, ed., trans. Luigi Castiglioni’s Viaggio: Travels in the United States of North America, 1785-87. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1983. * E164.C3513
Banta, R.E., ed. Journal of a Trip from Philadelphia to Lexington in Kentucky Kept by Mary Cobern Dewees in 1787. Crawfordsville: R.E. Banta, 1936. * E164.D5
Echeverria, Durand, ed., trans., and Vamos, Mara Soceanu, trans. New Travels in the United States of America, 1788: By J.P. Brissot de Warville. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1964. * E164.B8
Marino, Cesare, and Tiro, Karim M., eds., trans. Along the Hudson and Mohawk: The 1790 Journey of Count Paolo Andreani. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006. * F123.A5313
Smith, Bonnie Hurd, ed. From Gloucester to Philadelphia in 1790: observations, anecdotes, and thoughts from the 18th-century letters of Judith Sargent Murray. Cambridge: Judith Sargent Murray Society, 1998. * PS808.M8 Z484
McCary, Ben C., trans. Travels of a Frenchman in Maryland and Virginia with a Description of Philadelphia and Baltimore in 1791. Williamsburg: Ben. C. McCary, 1950. * F230.B2
Jackman, S.W., ed. “A Young Englishman Reports on the New Nation: Edward Thornton to James Bland Burges, 1791-1793.” WMQ Ser 3, 18 (1961): 85-121. * p 103 re equality measured by few carriages and many horses
Hunter, William A., ed. “John Badollet’s ‘Journal of the Time I Spent in Stony Creeck Glades,’ 1793-1794.” PMHB 104 (1980): 162-199. * Swiss immigrant road surveyor touring western PA
Roberts, Kenneth, and Roberts, Anna M., eds., trans. Moreau de St. Mery’s American Journey (1793-1798). Garden City: Doubleday, 1947. * E164.M8
Jeremy, David John, ed. Henry Wansey and his American Journal, 1794. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society (Memoirs, Vol. 82), 1970. * E164.W249
Kelsey, Rayner Wickersham, ed. Cazenove Journal 1794: A Record of the Journal of Theophile Cazenove through New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Haverford: Pennsylvania History Press, 1922.
Strickland, J.E., ed. Journal of a Tour in the United States of America, 1794-1795, by William Strickland. New York: New-York Historical Society (Collections Vol. 83), 1971. * F116.N4 v.83
Shafer, Jamie O., ed. “A Proper Yankee in Central New York: The Diary of Mary Bishop Cushman, 1795-1797.” New York History 79 (1998): 255-312.
Budka, Metchie J.E., ed., trans. Under their vine and fig tree; travels through America in 1797-1799, 1805, with some further account of life in New Jersey. Elizabeth: Grassmann Publishing Company, 1965. * re Julian Ursyn Niemcewicz * F131.N62 v.14
18th-19th century -- general collections
Foster, Emily, ed. The Ohio Frontier: An Anthology of Early Wrtings. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1996. * document collection * F495.O353
Thwaites, Reuben Gold, ed. Early Western Travels, 1748-1846. 32 vols. Cleveland: A.H. Clark, 1904-1907. * repr New York: AMS Press, 1966. * document collection * F592.T54
19th century -- contemporary printed material (in chronological order)
McCary, Ben C., ed., trans. Memoirs; or, A quick glance at my various travels and my sojourn in the Creek Nation. Kennesaw: Continental Book Company, 1959 (orig 1802). * re Louis Milfort
Davis, John. Travels of four years and a half in the United States of America; during 1798, 1799, 1800, 1801, and 1802. London: 1803. * E164.D26
repr Morrison, A.J., ed. Travels of Four Years and a Half in the United States of America during 1798, 1799, 1800, 1801, and 1802: By John Davis. New York: Henry Holt, 1909 (orig 1803). * E164.D6
Volney, C.-F. View of the climate and soil of the United States of America: to which are annexed some accounts of Florida, the French colony on the Scioto, certain Canadian colonies, and the savages or natives: London: J. Johnson, 1804.
repr Volney, C.-F. A view of the soil and climate of the United States of America. New York: Hafner Publishing Company, 1968. * E164.V933
Michaux, François AndreÌ. Travels to the west of the Alleghany Mountains, in the states of Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessea [sic], and back to Charleston, by the upper Carolines: comprising the most interesting details on the present state of agriculture, and the natural produce of those countries: together with particulars relative to the commerce that exists between the above-mentioned states and those situated east of the mountains and low Louisiana, undertaken, in the year 1802, under the auspices of His Excellency M. Chaptal, minister of the Interior. London: D.N. Shury, 1805. * E164.M623
Parkinson, Richard. The experienced farmer’s tour in America: exhibiting, in a copious and familiar view, the American system of agriculture and breeding of cattle, with its recent improvements. London: printed for J. Stockdale, 1805. * E164.P23
Janson, Charles William. The stranger in America: containing observations made during a long residence in that country, on the genius, manners and customs of the people of the United States ; with biographical particulars of public characters ; hints and facts relative to the arts, sciences, commerce, agriculture, manufactures, emigration, and the slave trade. London: Printed for James Cundee, 1807. * E164.J36
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Cobbett, William. A year’s residence in the United States of America treating of the face of the country ... of the expenses ... of the manners and customs of the people, and, of the institutions of the country. New-York: Clayton and Kingsland, 1818-1819. * S=43654
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Evans, Estwick. A pedestrious tour, of four thousand miles through the western states and territories, during the winter and spring of 1818: interspersed with brief reflections upon a great variety of topics. Concord: Joseph C. Spear, 1819. * S=47925
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Welby, Adlard. A Visit to North America and the English Settlements in Illinois, with a Winter Residence at Philadelphia: Solely to Ascertain the Actual Prospects of the Emigrating Agriculturalist, Mechanic, and Commercial Speculator. London: 1821. * online
Wright, Frances. Views of society and manners in America; in a series of letters from that country to a friend in England, during the years 1818, 1819, and 1820. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1821. * E165.D22
Wright, Frances. Views of society and manners in America;: in a series of letters from that country to a friend in England, during the years 1818, 1819, and 1820. New-York: Printed for E. Bliss and E. White, 1821. * E165.D22
Duncan, John M. Travels through part of the United States and Canada in 1818 and 1819. New York: W. B. Gilley, 1823. * E165.D92
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Hodgson, Adam. Remarks during a journey through North America in the years 1819, 1820, and 1821, in a series of letters, with an appendix containing an account of several of the Indian tribes and the principle missionary stations, &c. Also, a letter to M. Jean Baptiste Say, on the comparative expense of free and slave labour. New York: 1823.
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Hodgson, Adam. Letters from North America, written during a tour in the United States and Canada. London: Hurst, Robinson, & Company, 1824. * E165.H691
Mathews, Charles. The London Mathews: containing an account of this celebrated comedian’s Trip to America, being an annual lecture on peculiarities, characters, and manners, founded on his own observations and adventures: to which are prefixed, several original comic songs, viz. Travellers all. Mrs. Bradish’s boarding-house, Opossum up a gum-tree, Militia muster folk, Boston post-office, Ode to General Jackson, Illinois inventory, The American jester’s song, and The farewell finale: embellished with six copper-plate engravings. Philadelphia: Morgan & Yeager, 1824.
Dwight, Timothy. The northern traveller, containing the routes to Niagara, Quebec, and the Springs; with descriptions of the principal scenes, and useful hints to strangers. []: Wilder and Campbell, 1825. * 2/1826
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Bernhard, Karl. Travels through North America, during the years 1825 and 1826. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Carey, 1828. * E165.B53
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Waterton, Charles. Wanderings in South America, the North-west of the United States, and the Antilles, in the years 1812, 1816, & 1824. London: B. Fellowes, 1828.
Dwight, Theodore. Sketches of scenery and manners in the United States. New York:A.T. Goodrich, 1829.
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Hall, Basil. Travels in North America, in the years 1827 and 1828. 3 vols. Edinburgh: Cadell and Company, 1829.
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O’Ferrall, Simon Ansley. A ramble of six thousand miles through the United States of America. London: E. Wilson, 1832. * E165.O32
Trollope, Frances. Domestic Manners of the Americans. 1832. **
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Vigne, Godfrey T. Six months in America. 2 vols. London: Whittaker, Treacher, 1832.
Stuart, James. Three years in North America. Edinburgh: Robert Caldwell, 1833. * 2/1833, 3/1833
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Dwight, Theodore. The Northern Traveller and Northern Tour, with the Routes to the Springs, Niagara, and Quebec, and the Coal Mines of Pennsylvania, also Tour of New England. 4th ed. New York: Goodrich and Wiley, 1834. * LILLY F106.D92 * 5/1834, 6/1841
Dwight, Theodore. Things as they are: or, Notes of a traveller through some of the middle and northern states. New-York: Harper & brothers, 1834.
Abdy, Edward Strutt. Journal of a residence and tour in the United States of North America, from April, 1833, to October, 1834. London: J. Murray, 1835.
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Arfwedson, Carl David. The United States and Canada in 1832, 1833, and 1834. 2 vols. New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation., 1969 (orig 1835). * E165.A68
Kemble, Fanny. Journal. London: J. Murray, 1835.
Kemble, Fanny. Journal (Aug. 1, 1832 to July 17, 1833). 2 vols. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1835. * F106 .K29
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Latrobe, Charles Joseph. The rambler in North America: MDCCCXXXII-MDCCCXXXIII. London: R.B. Seeley and W. Burnside, 1835.
Power, Tyrone. Impressions of America, during the years 1833, 1834, and 1835. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1836. * E165.P69
Rafinesque, C. S. A life of travels and researches in North America and south Europe, or, Outlines of the life, travels and researches of C.S. Rafinesque containing his travels in North America and the south of Europe, the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean, Sicily, Azores, &c., from 1802 to 1835--with sketches of his scientific and historical researches, &c. Philadelphia: 1836.
Grund, Francis J. The Americans, in their moral, social, and political relations. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman, 1837. * E165.G88
Martineau, Harriet. Society in America. London: Saunders and Otley, 1837.
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Ward, John William, ed. Society, manners, and politics in the United States; being a series of letters on North America. Boston: Weeks, Jordan and Company, 1839. * re Michel Chevalier
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Grund, Francis J. Aristocracy in America. From the sketch-book of a German nobleman. London: R. Bentley, 1839.
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Marryat, Frederick. A diary in America: with remarks on its institutions. New-York: D. Appleton & Company, 1839. * E165.M37
Marryat, Frederick. A diary in America: with remarks on its institutions. New-York: Wm. H. Colyer, 1839. * E165.M37
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Murray, Charles Augustus. Travels in North America during the years 1834, 1835 & 1836, including a summer residence with the Pawnee tribe of Indians in the remote prairies of the Missouri, and a visit to Cuba and the Azore Islands. London: R. Bentley, 1839.

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Dickens, Charles. American Notes for General Circulation. London: Chapman and Hall, 1842. * E165.D53
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Sealsfield, Charles. The cabin book, or, Sketches of life in Texas. Ch. Fr. Mersch, trans. New York: J. Winchester, 1844. * re Texas
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Sealsfield, Charles. Life in the new world, or, Sketches of American society. Gustavus C. Hebbe and James Mackay, trans. New York: New World Press, 1844.
James, Thomas Horton. Rambles in the United States and Canada during the year 1845: with a short account of Oregon. London: J. Ollivier, 1846.
Warburton, George. Hochelaga; or, England in the New world. New York: Wiley & Putnam, 1846.
Wyse, Francis. America, its realities and resources: comprising important details connected with the present social, political, agricultural, commercial, and financial state of the country, its laws and customs, together with a review of the policy of the United States that led to the war of 1812, and peace of 1814--the “right of search,” the Texas and Oregon questions, etc. etc. London: T. C. Newby, 1846.
Stadler, Ernest A., ed., trans. Journey through a part of the United States of North America in the years 1844 to 1846. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1972 (orig 1847). * re Albert C. Koch * E165.K7613
Davies, Ebenezer. American scenes, and Christian slavery: a recent tour of four thousand miles in the United States. London: J. Snow, 1849.
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Mackay, Alexander. The Western World, or, Travels in the United States in 1846-47: exhibiting them in their latest development, social, political, and industrial; including a chapter on California. 2 vols. Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1849.
repr New York: Negro Universities Press, 1968. * E166.M15
Dixon, James. Personal narrative of a tour through a part of the United States and Canada: with notices of the history and institutions of Methodism in America. New York: Lane & Scott, 1849.
Sullivan, Edward Robert. Rambles and scrambles in North and South America. London: Richard Bentley, 1852.
Bremer, Fredrika. The homes of the New World, impressions of America. Mary Howitt, trans. 3 vols. London: A. Hall, Virtue and Company, 1853.
Bremer, Fredrika. The homes of the New World, impressions of America. Mary Howitt, trans. 2 vols. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1854.
repr Bremer, Fredrika. The homes of the New World, impressions of America. Mary Howitt, trans. 2 vols. New York: Negro Universities Press, 1968. * E166.B843
Bunn, Alfred. Old England and New England, in a series of views taken on the spot. London: R. Bentley ; Philadelphia: Reprinted by A. Hart, late Carey and Hart, 1853. * E166.B96
Pulszky, Ferencz Aurelius. White, Red, Black,: sketches of American society in the United States during the visit of their guests. New York: Redfield, 1853.
repr Pulszky, Ferencz Aurelius. White, red, black, sketches of society in the United States during the visit of their guest. New York: Negro Universities Press, 1968. * E166.P98
Chambers, William. Things as they are in America. Philadelphia: 1854. * 2/1857
Chambers, William. Things as they are in America. 2nd ed. London: W. and R. Chambers, 1857.
repr Chambers, William. Things as they are in America. New York: Negro Universities Press, 1968. * E166.C44
Steeves, Edna L., and Steeves, Harrison R., ed., trans. Wild sports in the Far West, the narrative of a German wanderer beyond the Mississippi, 1837-1843. Durham: Duke University Press, 1968 (orig 1854). * re Friedrich Gerstacker * F353.G369
Piercy, Frederick Hawkins. Route from Liverpool to Great Salt Lake valley, illustrated with steel engravings and wood cuts from sketches made by Frederick Piercy. Together with a geographical and historical description of Utah ... also an authentic history of the Latter-Day Saints’ emigration from Europe from the commencement up to the close of 1855. Liverpool: F. D. Richards, 1855. * E166.P66
Ferguson, William. America by river and rail; or, Notes by the way on the New world and its people. London: J. Nisbet and Company, 1856.
Lanman, Charles. Adventures in the wilds of the United States and British American provinces. Philadelphia: John W. Moore, 1856.
Watson, Elkanah. Men and times of the revolution: or, Memoirs of Elkanah Watson, including journals of travels in Europe and America, from 1777 to 1842, with his correspondence with public men and reminiscences and incidents of the revolution. New-York: Dana and Company, 1856.
Kobe, M.G. Mori, ed., and Fukuyama, Junichi, and Jackson, Roderick H., trans. The first Japanese mission to America (1860), Being a diary kept by a member of the embassy. Wilmington: Scholarly Resources, 1973. * Masakiyo Kanesaburo Yanagawa * E166.Y35
Trollope, Anthony. North America. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1862.
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Kemble, Fanny. Journal of a residence on a Georgian plantation in 1838-1839. New York: Harper & Brother, 1863. * F290 .K3
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Breck, Samuel. Recollections of Samuel Breck: with passages from his notebooks (1771-1862). Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 1877. * E164.B82
Bernard, John. Retrospections of America, 1797-1811. New York: Harper, 1887. * E164.B52
19th century -- modern editions (in chronological order)
Davis, Richard Beale, ed. Jeffersonian America: notes on the United States of America, collected in the years 1805-6-7 and 11-12. San Marino: Huntington Library, 1954. * re Augustus John Foster * E164.F76
repr Westport: Greenwood Press, 1980.
Farrand, Max, ed. A Journey to Ohio in 1810 as Recorded in the Journal of Margaret Van Horn Dwight. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1912. * repr Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1991. * E164.D96
Crawford, Mary M., ed. “Mrs. Lydia B. Bacon’s Journal, 1811-12.” Indiana Magazine of History 40 (1944): 367-386; 41 (1945): 59-79.
Halsey, R.T.H., ed. Picturesque United States of America, 1811, 1812, 1813, being a memoir on Paul Svinin, Russian diplomatic officer, artist, and author, containing copious excerpts from his account of his travels in America, with fifty-two reproductions of water colors in his own sketch-book. New York: W. E. Rudge, 1930. * E165.S982
Pamfilov, Yuri, ed., and Carroll, Kathleen, trans. Traveling across North America 1812-1813: watercolors by the Russian diplomat. New York: H.N. Abrams, 1992. * re Pavel Petrovich Svin’in * E165.S987 1992
Applegate, Howard L., Bush, Martin H., and Barck, Oscar Theodore, Jr., eds. A tour to the south; travel diary of Moses Dewitt Burnet, 1815-1816. Syracuse: Manuscripts Collection, Carnegie Library, Syracuse University, 1965.
Klinck, Carl F., and Talman, James J., eds. The journal of Major John Norton, 1816. Toronto: Champlain Society, 1970. * E99.I69 N6
Scott, Franklin D., ed., trans. Baron Klinkowstrom’s America, 1818-1820. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1952.
Billigmeier, Robert H., and Picard, Fred Altschuler, eds, trans. The Old land and the new: the journals of two Swiss families in America in the 1820’s. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1965.
Nichols, Thomas Low. Forty years of American life: 1821-1861. New York: Stackpole Sons, 1937.
repr Nichols, Thomas Low. Forty years of American life. New York: Negro Universities Press, 1968. * E166.N625
Blane, William Newnham. An excursion through the United States and Canada during the years 1822-1823. New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969. * E165.B64
Wilhelm, Paul. Travels in North America, 1822-1824. Savoie Lottinville, ed., and W. Robert Nitske, trans. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1973. * F353.P3213
Hiatt, Joel W., ed. Diary of William Owen, from November 10, 1824 to April 20, 1825. Clifton: A. M. Kelley, 1973 (orig 1906). * E165.O98
King, Louise C., ed. “Journal of a Visit to Greenville from Charleston in the Summer of 1825.” SCHM 72 (1971): 164-173, 220-233.
Elliott, Josephine M., ed. To Holland and to New Harmony: Robert Dale Owen’s travel journal, 1825-1826. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 1969. * F521.I41 vol.23, no.4
Elliott, Josephine M., ed. Robert Dale Owen’s travel journal, 1827. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 1978. * F521.I41 vol.25, no.4
McNinch, Margourie, ed. “Elizabeth Gilpin’s Journal of 1830.” Delaware History 20 (1938): 223-255.
Smith, Dwight L., ed. Western life in the stirrups; a sketch of a journey to the West in the spring & summer of 1832. Chicago: Caxton Club, 1965. * Virtulon Rich
Widdicombe, Richard Toby, ed. America and the Americans in 1833-4, by an emigrant: Richard Gooch. Bronx: Fordham University Press, 1994. * E165.G63
Onis, Jose de, ed., trans. Observations of the United States of North America in 1834. The Spanish text: Observaciones acerca de los Estados Unidos de la America del Norte en 1834. Boulder, University of Colorado, 1968. * re Miguel Cabrera de Nevares * E165.C32
Tearle, John L., ed. An American journal, 1839-40: Richard Champion Rawlins. Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson Press, 2002. * E165.R28
Corning, Howard, ed. Journal of John James Audubon: made while obtaining subscriptions to his “Birds of America,” 1840-1843. Cambridge: Business Historical Society, 1929.
Unonius, Gustaf. A pioneer in Northwest America, 1841-1858: the memoirs of Gustaf Unonius. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1950-1960.
Jordan, E.L., trans. America: Glorious and Chaotic Land: Charles Sealsfield Discovers the Young United States: An Account of our Post-Revolutionary Ancestors by a Contemporary. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1969. * orig 1843-1846 * PS3560.O72 A512 ALF
Dunlop, Alexander Graham. The New World journal of Alexander Graham Dunlop, 1845. Edinburgh: Paul Harris Publishing, 1976. * F1013.D85
Rockland, Michael Aaron, ed., trans. Travels in the United States in 1847. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1970. * re Domingo Faustino Sarmiento * E166.S273
Hodder, Frank Heywood, ed. Audubon’s Western journal, 1849-1850: being the MS. record of a trip from New York to Texas, and an overland journey through Mexico and Arizona to the gold-fields of California. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1984 (orig 1906). * F786.A9
Kamehameha The journal of Prince Alexander Liholiho, the voyages made to the United States, England and France in 1849-1850. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1967. * E166.K23
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