The Travels of William Bartram

Author: William Bartram
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820320277
Release Date: 1958
Genre: Science

In 1773, naturalist and writer William Bartram set out from Philadelphia on a four-year journey ranging from the Carolinas to Florida and Mississippi. Combining precise and detailed scientific observations with a profound appreciation of nature, he produced a written account of his journey that would later influence both scientists and poets. 31 photos. 12 illustrations. 4 maps.

Travels of William Bartram

Author: William Bartram
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486138664
Release Date: 2012-04-30
Genre: Nature

First inexpensive, illustrated edition of early classic on American geography, plants, Indians, wildlife, early settlers. Influenced Coleridge, Wordsworth, and Chateaubriand. "A book of extraordinary beauty." — The New York Times. 13 illustrations.

Travels and Other Writings

Author: William Bartram
Publisher:
ISBN: UVA:X002752896
Release Date: 1996
Genre: Estados del Sur (Estados Unidos)

A collection of the author's works on traveling in the Southern States in 18th century, and other writings.

Travels

Author: William Bartram
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 0879050799
Release Date: 1791
Genre: Biography & Autobiography

Bartram's Travels is one of the earliest and most important books of A merican natural history. For four years (1773-1777) William Bartram wandered through the virgin forests, valleys, and wetlands of the Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida. His lyrical descriptions of the American wilderness influenced the work of literary figures while also becoming recognized as a classic of natural history writing.

A Celebration of John and William Bartram

Author: Thomas Peter Bennett
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781420897869
Release Date: 1999-01-19
Genre: Biography & Autobiography

The Bartram 300, in 1999, will celebrate the birth of America''s first great naturalist and conservationist, John Bartram. His scientific travels in Pennsylvania, New York and throughout Florida, with his son William, are now scientific and mythic legend. William''s return to Florida in 1771, and later publication of Travels, concluded the Bartram saga. The Bartrams awakened the scientific and literary world to America''s environmental beauty and natural uniqueness. The Bartrams'' history and their accomplishments continue to be globally celebrated. A Celebration of the Bartrams is a poetic interpretation of the travels of John and William Bartram. It includes the physical and spiritual retracing, by the author of the Bartram''s environmental travels in Florida and Philadelphia. Originally published as a 200th celebration of Travels, its poems have had many readings. ''John Bartram''s House'''' was read at the 1993 Centennial celebration and Bartram family reunion at historic Bartram''s garden in Philadelphia and published in the proceedings. ''''Flight of Savanna Cranes'''' received honorable mention, The John David Johnson Memorial Poetry Awards of Poet ''''93. ''''Gopher'''' appeared in The Annual Anthology of the South Florida Poetry Institute, 1992-1993.

Travels on the St Johns River

Author: John Bartram
Publisher:
ISBN: 081306225X
Release Date: 2016-12
Genre: History

This book guides modern-day readers through two extraordinary naturalists' accounts of East Florida.

William Bartram and the American Revolution on the Southern Frontier

Author: Edward J. Cashin
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 1570036853
Release Date: 2006
Genre: History

This is a new-in-paperback edition of a detailed look into what Bartram omits in his germinal book Travels and why. Cashin suggests that Bartram offered Travels as a means of shaping the new country and illuminates the convictions that motivated Bartram -- that if Americans lived in communion with nature, heeded the moral law, and treated the people of the interior with respect, then America would be blessed with greatness.

Mark Dion

Author: Mark Dion
Publisher: John Bartram Assocation
ISBN: 0615257488
Release Date: 2008
Genre: Art

Combining humor and seriousness, this picture-filled book beautifully documents an artistic collaboration across more than two centuries. The 18th-century naturalist/artist William Bartram is renowned for hisTravels, a volume recounting his 1770s trip through the American Southeast and for his revelatory drawings. Mark Dion is a contemporary artist famous for working with historical and museum collections, and for site-specific displays that mimic the historical exhibits surrounding them. Commissioned for the landmark John Bartram house at Philadelphia's Bartram's Garden, the "Travels Reconsidered" exhibition and Dion's 21st-century journey that produced it are evoked inTravels of William Bartram - Reconsidered, a book filled with copious photographs, drawings, and texts. Essays by the organizing art curator and an art critic; the first history of Bartram's Garden published in 50 years, by its Resident Bartram Scholar; and excerpts from Mark Dion's travel diary and reproductions of letters and texts about the project and its people make this book a treasure trove of exploration that encompasses different times, spaces, and ideas of natural history and art. Distributed by Temple University Press for The John Bartram Association

Travels Through North and South Carolina

Author: William Bartram
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
ISBN: 1419190938
Release Date: 2004-06-01
Genre: Travel

AFTER a gentle descent I entered on an extreme stony narrow vale, through which coasted swiftly a large creek, twelve or fifteen yards wide, roaring over a rocky bed, which I crossed with difficulty and danger; the ford being incommoded by shelving rocks, full of holes and cliffs; after leaving this rocky creek my path led me upon another narrow vale or glade, down which came in great haste another noisy brook, which I repeatedly crossed and recrossed, sometimes riding on narrow level grassy verges close to its banks, still ascending, the vale gradually terminated, being shut up by stupendous rocky hills on each side, leaving a very narrow gap or defile.

William Bartram on the Southeastern Indians

Author: Gregory A. Waselkov
Publisher: Univ of Nebraska Pr
ISBN: UVA:X002669802
Release Date: 1995-03-01
Genre: History

William Bartram traveled throughout the American Southeast from 1773-1776. He occupies a unique place as an American Enlightenment explorer, naturalist, writer, and artist whose work was widely admired in his time and thereafter. Coleridge, the Wordsworths, and other leading romantics found inspiration in his pages. Bartram's most famous work, Travels has remained in print since the first publication of the book in 1791. However, his writings on Indians have received less attention than they deserve. This volume contains all of Bartram's known writings on Native Americans: a new version of "Observations on the Creek and Cherokee Indians," originally edited by E. G. Squier and first published in 1853; a previously unpublished essay, "Some Hints and Observations Concerning the Civilization of the Indians, or Aborigines of America"; and extensive excerpts from Travels. These documents are among the most valuable accounts we have of the Creeks and Seminoles in the last half of the eighteenth century. Several illustrations by Bartram are also included. The editors provide information on the history of these documents and supply extensive annotations. The book opens with a biographical essay on Bartram and concludes with a thorough evaluation of his contributions to southeastern Indian ethnohistory, anthropology, and archaeology. The editors have identified and corrected a number of errors found in the extant literature concerning Bartram and his writings.