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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: New York History Review Press, 96 Seiten, L=152mm, B=229mm, H=6mm, Gew.=150gr, [GR: 25500 - TB/Geschichte], [SW: - History - General History], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Emma Latier had a heck of good time in 1902. She was a young married woman from Wayne, New York who came to Elmira, New York with her husband Floyd. They took advantage of the high life in the "big city." Elmira was a grand place in 1902 with a population was 35,000 and rising. Upscale shops, opera and theatre, fun activities at Eldridge Park and Rorick's Glen, and fine restaurants kept Emma busy. Elmira was also a main railroad hub with sixty-seven trains each day coming and going in all directions. Harper's New York & Erie Railroad Guide gave Elmira the nickname "Queen City of the Southern Tier." This is Emma's "Queen City Adventure." This diary is from New York History Review's "Learning from History" series of printed primary source materials. Emma Latier had a heck of good time in 1902. She was a young married woman from Wayne, New York who came to Elmira, New York with her husband Floyd. They took advantage of the high life in the "big city." Elmira was a grand place in 1902 with a population was 35,000 and rising. Upscale shops, opera and theatre, fun activities at Eldridge Park and Rorick's Glen, and fine restaurants kept Emma busy. Elmira was also a main railroad hub with sixty-seven trains each day coming and going in all directions. Harper's New York & Erie Railroad Guide gave Elmira the nickname "Queen City of the Southern Tier." This is Emma's "Queen City Adventure." This diary is from New York History Review's "Learning from History" series of printed primary source materials.

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Emma Latier,Paperback, English-language edition,Pub by New York History Review Press Books Books ~~ History~~ General Queen-City-Adventure~~Emma-Latier New York History Review Press Emma Latier had a heck of good time in 1902. She was a young married woman from Wayne, New York who came to Elmira, New York with her husband Floyd. They took advantage of the high life in the "big city." Elmira was a grand place in 1902 with a population was 35,000 and rising. Upscale shops, opera and theatre, fun activities at Eldridge Park and Rorick's Glen, and fine restaurants kept Emma busy. Elmira was also a main railroad hub with sixty-seven trains each day coming and going in all directions. Harper's New York & Erie Railroad Guide gave Elmira the nickname "Queen City of the Southern Tier." This is Emma's "Queen City Adventure." This diary is from New York History Review's "Learning from History" series of printed primary source materials.

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Emma Latier had a heck of good time in 1902. She was a young married woman from Wayne, New York who came to Elmira, New York with her husband Floyd. They took advantage of the high life in the "big city." Elmira was a grand place in 1902 with a population was 35,000 and rising. Upscale shops, opera and theatre, fun activities at Eldridge Park and Rorick's Glen, and fine restaurants kept Emma busy. Elmira was also a main railroad hub with sixty-seven trains each day coming and going in all directions. Harper's New York & Erie Railroad Guide gave Elmira the nickname "Queen City of the Southern Tier." This is Emma's "Queen City Adventure." This diary is from New York History Review's "Learning from History" series of printed primary source materials.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780578069388
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0578069385
Paperback
Publishing year: 2011
Publisher: New York History Review Press
96 Pages
Weight: 0,150 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0578069385

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