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Figure PETER MACQUEEN , F.R.G.S. Travelogues in Color The New South America Panama Balkans Russia Egypt PETER MACQUEEN TRAVELOGUES UPON Africa Panama South America Mexico Figure A TWO-HORNED RHINOCEROS Figure NATIONAL BANK OF INDIA MOMBASA Figure A NANDI OF THE HILLS Figure THE MASAI ARE THE SPARTANS OF AFRICA CAN KILL A LION WITH A SPEAR Figure MR. DUTKEWICH AMONG THE CANNIBALS Figure NGOMA OR DANCE OF THE SWAHILI TRIBE IN ZANZIBAR Figure PETER DUTKEWICH AND MR. MACQUEEN, BAG A COUPLE OF ZEBRAS IN GERMAN EAST AFRICA NEAR MOSCHI. Figure EAST AFRICA IRON WORKERS Figure MOTOR CAR ON THE ENTEBEBBE TO KAMPALA GOVERNMENT ROAD. MR. MACQUEEN ON CAR. Figure MR. MACQUEEN IN THE KILIMAJARO FOREST. Figure MR. MACQUEEN AND MR. DUTKEWICH IN PARRI MOUNTAINS Figure WOMAN TO THE LEFT IS CLOTHED IN BARK. Figure MR. MACQUEENS PARTY CROSSING THE DRY DESERT. Figure A NEW SPORT IN UGANDA ZEBRA CAUGHT FULL GROWN Figure ONE DAYS HUNT OF IVORY BY MR. HYDE BANKER OF TAVETA. Figure A LEOPARD FROM THE TAVETA FOREST, G.E.A. Figure ALI BIN HAMUD SULTAN OF ZANZIBAR Figure KIKUYU WARRIOR The New South America! A Travelogue with 175 Views in Colors Figure A Lovely Lady of Peru. T HIS treats of Mr. MacQueen's journey into the Latin Republics of Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentine and Brazil. The peoples, the great white Andes, the fields and vegas, pampas and rivers, towns, cities, railroads, customs and history. Visits to Callao, Lima, and the half-forgotten civilization of the Incas of Peru. Pizarro and the Spanish Conquerors, the long reign of night. Simon Bolivar, San Martin and Dom Pedro, the liberators. The newer day in South America. The West Coast for Americans. Mighty engineering of the Yankees in the Andes. Chile: Valparaiso, Santiago de Chile. Travel over Trans-Andine Railway to Buenos Ayres. The Christ of the Andes. Paradise of Mendoza. Rosario on the Parana River. Argentine Republic: Its Pampas and its Men. Buenos Ayres, the Paris of South America. A vigorous brood of Spaniards, Italians and Germans. A climate of perpetual spring, and the rich, sonorous language of old Castile. Brazil, the Portuguese Republic, largest of all the countries of the western world. Rio de Janeiro, the American City Beautiful. Coffee fields of Bahia and Santos. Rubber of Para. The mighty Amazon, prince of all rivers. Relations of the United States to South America. Conclusion. New Lecture Travelogue on the Completion of the Panama Canal 150 Views Figure Aymara Woman in La Paz, Bolivia American triumphs in sanitation and engineering. Colon and the old French work. New work on Lake Gatun and the Gatun Locks. The vast Culebra Cut. Rains and the adverse elements. Goethals and Gorgas and their splendid genius. Holding back the sea at Panama. Young Men's Christian Association and the Clubs. The Locks at Pedro Miguel and Miraflores. Balboa and Panama City. Life at the Zone. A New Eden in the Tropics. Government, tolls, trade and future of the Panama Canal. Uncle Sam's last triumph, greatest of all the ages. Opening of the Canal in 1915. Reflections on the work. Through the Canal to South America, a pictured journey in 1914. BUREAUS: ANTRIM , Philadelphia, Pa. DAVIDSON BUREAU , Cleveland, Ohio REDPATH , Boston and New York PETER MACQUEEN , Boston, Mass. Mexico Illustrated with 150 Colored Views Taken in March and April, While Mr. MacQueen was in the Rebellious Country Grandeur Beauty Art Heroic Struggles Buried Cities Forgotten Races and Temples half as old as time From Cortez to Diaz Spaniards French Americans The Mines The Wonderful Peoples A Land of Yesterday Always Noon Revolution and Romance Always Summer The Strangeness of a Land lying at our very door Figure A Mexican and His Wife Going to Market. Figure Railway Scene This lecture is a complete description of Mexico today and as it was four centuries ago. The great interests that make it the mining camp of the world; its supernal climate; its exceeding lure to the traveler; its charm to the student; its call to the blood.
|Title||Peter MacQueen: travelogues in color|
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|Personal Name Subject||MacQueen, Peter|
|Digital Collection||Traveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua in the Twentieth Century|
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