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Gentleman's Progress: The Itinerarium of Dr. Alexander Hamilton, 1744 - Alexander Hamilton
Gentleman's Progress: The Itinerarium of Dr. Alexander Hamilton, 1744
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Dr. Hamilton (no relation to the famous one) set out on horseback with his slave Dromo to travel from Maryland to Maine in 1744. Along the way, he sailed up the Hudson River to Albany. His diary is fascinating to anyone interested in colonial history or anyone who has lived on the Eastern seaboard.
Dr. Hamilton (no relation to the famous one) set out on horseback with his slave Dromo to travel from Maryland to Maine in 1744. Along the way, he sailed up the Hudson River to Albany. His diary is fascinating to anyone interested in colonial history or anyone who has lived on the Eastern seaboard.
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Format: Unknown Binding
ISBN: 9780822936985 (0822936984)
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Pages no: 267
Edition language: English
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4.0 Gentleman's Progress: The Itinerarium of Dr. Alexander Hamilton, 1744
Dr. Alexander Hamilton set out on his long trip away from Baltimore to improve his health, he left behind an impressive record of his journey. I read this as a part of a collection of early American travel narratives and this by far was the most thorough and complete in its descriptions of the towns...
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