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By Andrew Oliver

The Treaty of Ghent signed in 1814, finishing the conflict of 1812, allowed american citizens once more to go back and forth out of the country. scientific scholars went to Paris, artists to Rome, lecturers to Göttingen, and travelers to all ecu capitals. extra intrepid american citizens ventured to Athens, to Constantinople, or even to Egypt. starting with eighteenth-century tourists, this ebook then turns to the 25-year interval after 1815 that observed younger males from East Coast towns, between them graduates of Harvard, Yale, and Columbia, touring to the lands of the Bible and of the Greek and Latin authors that they had first referred to as young ones. Naval officials off ships of the Mediterranean squadron visited Cairo to determine the pyramids. teams went on company, one uploading steam-powered rice and cotton turbines from ny, the opposite exporting giraffes from the Kalahari desolate tract for wild animal indicates in New York.
Drawing on unpublished letters and diaries including formerly ignored newspaper debts, in addition to a handful of released debts, this booklet bargains a brand new examine the early American adventure in Egypt and the japanese Mediterranean global. greater than thirty illustrations supplement the tales informed through the tourists themselves.

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