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Title James H. Means First Travel Journal
Author/Creator Means, James Howard (1823-1894)
Date 17 Apr 1848 - 1 Aug 1868
Document type Travel Journal
Description A travel journel written by Rev. James Howard Means, pastor of Second Church of Dorchester, Massachusetts. The journal describes a series of trips in the United States, including a voyage through the Great Lakes, 17 April-13 June 1848; a visit to New Hampshire, 1-17 August 1850; and two visits to the Adirondacks 6-23 August 1867 and 15 July-1 August 1868. The diary also contains a brief entry for 19 July 1849, as well as accounts associated with the various trips.
Theme(s) The Great Outdoors  Urban Tours and City Breaks  
Regions United States of America  
Country/State New Hampshire  New York  
Keywords cathedral, flowers, tours, lake, city, steamboat, river, religion, hotel, scenery, mountains, bathing, clothing, fishing
Collection James H. Means Papers, 1846-1939
Reference Ms. N-542
Library Massachusetts Historical Society
Language English
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