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Published by Peter Smith in Gloucester, Mass .
Written in English


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Reprint of ed. published, New York: Columbia U. P., 1943.

SeriesStudies in history, economics and public law; 502
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Open LibraryOL20123525M

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The British Traveller in America, [Max Berger] -- Reveals what the British traveler saw in America during the period of and analyzes their viewpoint. Includes a look at issues such as slavery, education, and religion. Get this from a library! The British traveller in America, [Max Berger]. 4 Cf. Allan Nevins, American Social History as Recorded by British Travelers (New York, ); Jane Louise Mesick, English Traveller in America, SS (New Yorks ); Max Berger, The British Traveller in America, (New York, ). This work takes up the story of the British traveler begun forty years ago by Jane Mesick in The English Traveler in America, and continued twenty years later by Max Berger in The British Traveller in America, , but it also departs sharply from the pattern of these two studies. Mesick and Berger devoted their energies to explication of the travelers' views on a wide variety of assorted, .

The British Traveller In America, From the Introduction: “This work is intended to reveal what the British traveller saw in America during the period and to analyze his viewpoint.. Read More about The British Traveller In America, The British Traveller in America, by Max Berger The British Traveller in America, by Max Berger (pp. ) Review by: William E. Chace. 12 For the British traveller in ante-bellum America, see Jane L. Mesick, The English Traveller in America, (New York, ); Max Berger, The British Traveller in America, (New York, ); Allan Nevins, ed., American Social History as Recorded by. American Character and National Identity: The Dilemmas of Cultural Diversity. Berger, M. () The British Traveler in America, –, New York: Columbia University Press. Google Scholar. California’s Eruptions and America’s Future, New York: Times Books. Google Scholar. Martineau, H. () Society in America, New York Author: Stanley A. Renshon.

British Travellers and the Anglo-American Relationship in the s - Volume 12 Issue 2 - Martin CrawfordCited by: 4. The British traveller in America, / (New York: Columbia University Press ; London: P.S. King & Staples, Ltd., ), by Max Berger (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Lives of Indian officers, illustrative of the history of the civil and military service of India, (London, Bogue, ), by John William Kaye (page images at.   There are dozens that group together English travel writers (including the classics, Jane Louise Mesick's The English Traveller in America, – and Max Berger's The British Traveller in America, –), and smaller numbers that collect the writings of other Europeans, but Rose's book essentially stands alone in its ambition, scope, and : Richard Gassan. the voluminous travel literature pertaining to America: Frank Monaghan, French Travellers in the United States, A Bibliography (New York, ); Jane L. Mesick, The English Traveller in America, (New York, ); Max Berger, The British Traveller in America, (New York, ); E. Merton.