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Diary of John Jaquelin Ambler [manuscript] 1836-1839.

Ambler, John Jacquelin
Format
Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Description
1 v.
Cite as
Ambler describes his journey, 1836 Oct.4-1837 Jan., from Lynchburg, Va. to New Orleans and back to Virginia. Ambler describes the countryside, fellow passengers, and the cities and towns he passes through in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Louisiana.
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