Book/Printed Material Our whole country; or, The past and present of the United States, historical and descriptive. In two volumes, containing the general and local histories and descriptions of each of the states, territories, cities, and towns of the Union; also biographical sketches of distinguished persons ... Illustrated by six hundred engravings ... almost wholly from drawings taken on the spot by the authors, the entire work being on their part the result of over 16,000 miles of travel and four years of labor. Our whole country / Past and present of the United States, historical and descriptive

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Our whole country; or, The past and present of the United States, historical and descriptive. In two volumes, containing the general and local histories and descriptions of each of the states, territories, cities, and towns of the Union; also biographical sketches of distinguished persons ... Illustrated by six hundred engravings ... almost wholly from drawings taken on the spot by the authors, the entire work being on their part the result of over 16,000 miles of travel and four years of labor.
Other Title
Our whole country
Past and present of the United States, historical and descriptive
Contributor Names
Barber, John Warner, 1798-1885.
Howe, Henry, 1816-1893.
Created / Published
Cincinnati, Published by Henry Howe, 1861.
Subject Headings
-  United States--History
-  United States--Description and travel
Notes
-  Also available in digital form from the Library of Congress Web site.
Medium
2 v. fronts (ports.) illus., maps, facsim. 24 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
E178 .B256
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http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gdc/lhbtn.1665b
Library of Congress Control Number
02001665
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Barber, John Warner, and Henry Howe. Our whole country; or, The past and present of the United States, historical and descriptive. In two volumes, containing the general and local histories and descriptions of each of the states, territories, cities, and towns of the Union; also biographical sketches of distinguished persons ... Illustrated by six hundred engravings ... almost wholly from drawings taken on the spot by the authors, the entire work being on their part the result of over 16,000 miles of travel and four years of labor. Cincinnati, Published by Henry Howe, 1861. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/02001665/.

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Barber, J. W. & Howe, H. (1861) Our whole country; or, The past and present of the United States, historical and descriptive. In two volumes, containing the general and local histories and descriptions of each of the states, territories, cities, and towns of the Union; also biographical sketches of distinguished persons ... Illustrated by six hundred engravings ... almost wholly from drawings taken on the spot by the authors, the entire work being on their part the result of over 16,000 miles of travel and four years of labor. Cincinnati, Published by Henry Howe. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/02001665/.

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Barber, John Warner, and Henry Howe. Our whole country; or, The past and present of the United States, historical and descriptive. In two volumes, containing the general and local histories and descriptions of each of the states, territories, cities, and towns of the Union; also biographical sketches of distinguished persons ... Illustrated by six hundred engravings ... almost wholly from drawings taken on the spot by the authors, the entire work being on their part the result of over 16,000 miles of travel and four years of labor. Cincinnati, Published by Henry Howe, 1861. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/02001665/>.

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