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The Travel Journals of Tappan Adney: Vol. 1, 1887-1890 by Tappan Adney (2016-04-12)

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In 1887 Tappan Adney began his travels through wilderness New Brunswick. He fell under the spell of the area and the Maliseet people.

In 1887 Tappan Adney began his travels through wilderness New Brunswick. He fell under the spell of the area and the Maliseet people.

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  • By Laura on May 12, 2015

    just couldn't get into it

  • By jonny blue jay on December 19, 2012

    mr. adney appears to be one of those trust fund hippies of the 1800's just going out and playing with dad's money as far as i could see. he can't use an ax or shoot. didn't give much info on the maliseet indians. said he identifies maliseet names for birds but he does not in this book. a disappointment to say the least.

  • By Stan Richardson on January 31, 2014

    A book that details the small bits and pieces of traveling in the early years of the settlement of Canada-I recommend this to the history buff who likes to read about the woods and waters of our provinces

  • By Laurie Albrecht on January 17, 2013

    Tappan Adney is a relative thru my paternal genealogy side, and his canoes are in a New York museum.Thought it would be nice to have his books for my children and grandchildren to read. Wish I could have gotten them in hard copy and one of the orginial printings.

  • By Richard F. Hambley on January 20, 2012

    I found this to be well written. If interested in the travels of a young man and what he learns from them, I think you will enjoy this book.


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