Three years among the working-classes in the United States during the war / by the author of "The autobiography of a beggar-boy."
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|Indiana State Library - Indianapolis||[H] ISLM 331.8 B963T (Text)||0000102939568||Holliday Collection||Available||-|
- Physical Description: xvi, 309 pages ; 19 cm
- Publisher: London : Smith, Elder and Co., 1865.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| The American people -- The labouring population, Irish and German -- The press, administration of justice, public opinion -- Religious and moral characteristics -- The women of America -- The cities of America, New York -- The steamboat and railway system of America, street traffic -- Education, the free-school system -- Business -- Mineral wealth of the country -- The late Civil War -- Sanatory fairs and charities -- Political condition of the people -- Commissioners of emigration, Castle Garden, New York -- Advice to intending emigrants.
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