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The Lightning Conductor Discovers America

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The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Lightning Conductor Discovers America, by C. N. (Charles Norris) Williamson and A. M. (Alice Muriel) Williamson

Title: The Lightning Conductor Discovers America

Author: C. N. (Charles Norris) Williamson and A. M. (Alice Muriel) Williamson

Release Date: June 9, 2009 [eBook #29083]

Language: English

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Patricia Moore




Title Page




Copyright, 1916, by

C. N. and A. M. Williamson

All rights reserved, including that of
translation into foreign languages,
including the Scandinavian




Patricia Moore Frontispiece
PAGE
Long Island
    "There's absolutely nothing like it on the other
    side of the water, not even in Devonshire or
    Dorset"
87
Easthampton
    "You enter beside the Great Pond, which is so
    charming in itself and in its flat frame of village
    green"
95
Long Island--South shore
    "Artists would find a paradise of queer, cozy
    gables, and corners of gardens crowded with
    old-fashioned flowers"
102
    "Southampton's soul is very, very old, full of
    memories of Indians"
122
Sunnyside
    "Washington Irving's dear old Dutch house is
    like a beautiful living body with his memory
    for its soul"
190
"The old Dutch Church at Tarrytown" 197
The Hudson River
    "When we came into sudden sight of the river
    there was a magical effect"
207
Delaware Water Gap
    "Winding and wonderful it was in beauty"
213
    "The mountains seem cleft in twain. It's a
    marvellous effect--startling"
216
York
    A bit of the rock-bound Maine coast
303
    "The air is spiced with the fragrance of balsam
    to Crawford Notch"
310
    "The young, slender birches of the mountain
    wayside"
319
Crawford's Notch, White Mountains 324
    "I shall always think of Vermont as the State
    of wild lawns and gardens"
330
    "We found the Green Mountains particularly
    lovable"
336
Captain Winston's maps pages 90, 114, 132, 209,
    216, 239, 258, 295,

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