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The Erie Canal Reader, 1790-1950 [PDF / EPUB] The Erie Canal Reader, 1790–1950 The Erie Canal Readerpoems, essays, travelogues, and fiction by major American and British writerscaptures the colorful landscape and life along the Erie Canal from its birth in the New York frontier, The Erie Canal Canal Reader, Epub Ú Readerpoems, essays, travelogues, and fiction by major American and British writerscaptures the colorful landscape and life along the Erie Canal from its birth in the New York frontier, through its heyday as a passage of culture and commerce, to its present decline into disusePart celebration of the men and women who worked its waters and part social observation, these writings by such figures as Basil Hall, Frances Trollope, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Mark Twain, and others provide first hand observations of the canal country and its role in the evolution of American social and The Erie MOBI :ß economic culture from frontier to industrial prominence In addition to depictions of canal life, the pieces offer glimpses of early tourist resorts, like Trenton Falls, and observations of religious experiments that made New York s burned over district a hotbed of social and political reform Also included are works by the most prominent Erie Canal writers, Walter D Edmonds and Samuel Hopkins Adams, whose stories and novels bring a modern sensibility and insight to their reflections on the canal.

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  • Paperback
  • 184 pages
  • The Erie Canal Reader, 1790-1950
  • Roger W. Hecht
  • English
  • 06 October 2018
  • 9780815607595

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