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A history of travel in America, being an outline of the development in modes of travel from archaic vehicles of colonial times to the completion of the first transcontinental railroad: the influence of the Indians on the free movement and territorial unity of the white race: the part played by travel methods in the economic conquest of the continent: and those related human experiences, changing social conditions and governmental attitudes which accompanied the growth of a national travel system, by Seymour Dunbar. With two maps, twelve colored plates and four hundred illustrations.

Collection Type
Books
Originator
Dunbar, Seymour.
Publication
New York, Tudor Pub. Co.
Date
1937.
Description
L p., 2 l., 1530, [1] p. col. front., illus. (incl. facsims.) col. plates, maps (2 double) 24 cm.
Notes
"New edition."
Bibliography: p. [1445]-[1481]
GUSN
148357
Call Number
Stacks HE203.D77 1937
Descriptive terms
Frontier and pioneer life
Transportation History.
Transportation Social aspects
Places
United States
United States.

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