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Stagecoach and Tavern Days Excerpt From Stage Coach And Tavern DaysSign Board, Bissell S Tavern, East Windsor, Conn Owned By Miss Emma B King, Indianapolis, Ind.Sign Board, Reverse Side, Bissell S Tavern, East Windsor, Conn Owned By Miss Emma B King, Indianapolis, Ind.About The PublisherForgotten Books Publishes Hundreds Of Thousands Of Rare And Classic Books Find At Www.forgottenbooks.comThis Book Is A Reproduction Of An Important Historical Work Forgotten Books Uses State Of The Art Technology To Digitally Reconstruct The Work, Preserving The Original Format Whilst Repairing Imperfections Present In The Aged Copy In Rare Cases, An Imperfection In The Original, Such As A Blemish Or Missing Page, May Be Replicated In Our Edition We Do, However, Repair The Vast Majority Of Imperfections Successfully Any Imperfections That Remain Are Intentionally Left To Preserve The State Of Such Historical Works.

  • Hardcover
  • 528 pages
  • Stagecoach and Tavern Days
  • Alice Morse Earle
  • 20 May 2019
  • 9780331095647

About the Author: Alice Morse Earle

Alice Morse Earle was an American historian and author from Worcester, Massachusetts She was christened Mary Alice by her parents Edwin Morse and Abby Mason Clary On 15 April 1874, she married Henry Earle of New York, changing her name from Mary Alice Morse to Alice Morse Earle Her writings, beginning in 1890, focussed on small sociological details rather than grand details, and thus are invalu

10 thoughts on “Stagecoach and Tavern Days

  1. says:

    Old fashioned, folksy prose Stage Coach and Tavern Days is just dripping with details for the sincere history buff or historian.Just in case you forgot, taking a ride in a stagecoach was a noisy, dusty, bone thumping experience and there was no onboard bathroom.If you have a secre...

  2. says:

    project gutenberg edition Honey locust metheglinThe American obsession with the automobile is not a new thing Horseflesh was so plentiful that no one walked save a vagabond or a fool Doubtless our national characteristic of never walking a step when we can ride dates from the days when we lived under the King Driving alone,...

  3. says:

    This volume gives you an incredible amount of information about travel in the colonial era, much of it completely new and strange to the modern reader Absolutely fascinating.

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