Early Explorers in Egypt and Nubia

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both as an instrument for researchers on early explorers in Egypt and Nubia, providing useful tools in the On-line Resources section (On-line books, Archives, Map Collections, Photo Collections, etc.), and as a place to publish original documentation and research on the subject (i.e. List of travellers, Accounts, Letters, etc.). Anyone who would like to contribute with suggestions or articles is warmly welcomed!

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

NEW BOOK: Americans in Egypt 1770-1915

Cassandra Vivian, Americans in Egypt 1770-1915, McFarland & Company, 2012.

With 30 photos and maps.
Print ISBN: 978-0-7864-6304-6 ($55,00)
EBook ISBN: 978-0-7864-9116-2 (available within the month)

Chapter One: John Antes: A Forgotten American Voice (Missionary, 1770)
Chapter Two: John Ledyard: The Man Who Walked the World (Explorer, 1788)
Chapter Three: William Eaton: To the Shores of Tripoli (American Soldier, 1804-05)
Chapter Four: Francis Barthow: American Dragoman in Egypt (Explorer, c.1804-1840)
Chapter Five: George Bethune English & the Egyptian Army Expedition of 1820-21 (Explorer)
Chapter Six: The Gliddons and the Beginning of American-Egyptian Relations (Consular, 1832-1840)
Chapter Seven: Sarah Rogers Haight Steamin’ to Egypt: The American Traveler is Born (Traveler, 1836)
Chapter Eight: Bayard Taylor’s Twice Told Tale (Traveler, 1851-52 and 1874)
Chapter Nine: Charles Hale: An Enigma (Consular, 1864-1868)
Chapter Ten: Charles Chaillé-Long: The Man who Fought an Empire (American Soldier, 1869-1880s)
Chapter Eleven: Ulysses S Grant: The King of America’s Progress thru Egypt (Traveler, 1877)
Chapter Twelve: Fanny Stone: Diary of an American Girl in Cairo (American Soldiers, 1877)
Chapter Thirteen: Anna Young Thompson: Diary of a Trip on the Ibis(Missionary, 1887)
Chapter Fourteen: Walter Granger and the AMNH’s Expedition to the Fayoum (Scientist, 1907)
Chapter Fifteen: Theodore Munroe Davis: America’s Man in the Valley of the Kings (Scientist, 1889-1915)

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