The journalist and Romantic poet's accounts of travel. (P. 63: qqLet me caution all emigrants to Illinois not to handle too familiarly the qqwild parsnip, qq as it is commonly called, an umbelliferous plant growing in the moist prairies of this region qq Umbelliferous! While in the northern Mid-West, he makes extensive note of the Native Americans.William Bryant. Liverpool ; shooting rapidly over Chat Moss, a black blot iii ihe green landscape, overgrown with heath, ... In one were strong- bodied men standing over huge caldrons ranged along a furnace, preparing and stirring up theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Bryant's Letters of a Traveller|
|Publisher||:||Applewood Books - 2007-01-01|