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Greater Britain
2 Volume Paperback Set

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Part of Cambridge Library Collection - North American History

  • Date Published: February 2010
  • availability: Available
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9781108003131

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  • As a young man, Charles Wentworth Dilke (1843–1911), the Cambridge-educated Radical politician, spent two years touring the English-speaking world. This two-volume illustrated account of his travels was published in 1868, the year in which he first became a member of Parliament.

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    • Date Published: February 2010
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9781108003131
    • dimensions: 323 x 250 x 70 mm
    • weight: 1.8kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Volume I: Preface
    Part I:
    1. Virginia
    2. The Negro
    3. The south
    4. The empire state
    5. Cambridge commencement
    6. Canada
    7. University of Michigan
    8. The pacific railroad
    9. Omphalism
    10. Letter from Denver
    11. Red India
    12. Colorado
    13. Rocky Mountains
    14. Brigham Young
    15. Mormondom
    16. Western editors
    17. Utah
    18. Nameless Alps
    19. Virginia city
    20. El Dorado
    21. Lynch law
    22. Golden city
    23. Little China
    24. California
    25. Mexico
    26. Republican or Democrat
    27. Brothers
    28. America
    Part II:
    29. Pitcairn Island
    30. Hokitika
    31. Polynesians
    32. Parewanui Pah
    33. The Maories
    34. The two flies
    35. The Pacific
    Appendix
    Volume II: Part III:
    1. Sydney
    2. Rival colonies
    3. Victoria
    4. Squatter aristocracy
    5. Colonial democracy
    6. Protection
    7. Labour
    8. Woman
    9. Victorian ports
    10. Tasmania
    11. Confederation
    12. Adelaide
    13. Transportation
    14. Australia
    15. Colonies
    Part IV:
    16. Maritime Ceylon
    17. Kandy
    18. Madras to Calcutta
    19. Benares
    20. Caste
    21. Mohamedian cities
    22. Simla
    23. Colonisation
    24. The 'Gazette'
    25. Umritsur
    26. Lahore
    27. Our Indian army
    28. Russia
    29. Native states
    30. Scinde
    31. Overland routes
    32. Bombay
    33. The Mohurrum
    34. English learning
    35. India
    36. Dependencies
    37. France in the East
    38. The English. Index.

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    Charles Wentworth Dilke

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