Josselyn, John.


With an Introduction and Notes by Edward Tuckerman. ...
Thin 8vo. T.p. + pp.(107-238). Ex.-libris Marshall Laird, original cloth, gilt lettered spine. Print on Demand or photocopy of original work from Archśologia Americana, Transactions and Collections of the American Antiquarian Society. John Josselyn (fl. 1638 Ė 1675) was a seventeenth-century English traveler to New England who wrote with credulity about what he saw and heard during his sojourn there before returning to England. Yet his books give some of the earliest and most complete information on New England flora and fauna in colonial times, and his outlook was later praised by Henry Thoreau, among others. Little is known about his life.
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