Niagara Falls travel diary  1815
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Contents List:

  • 1857 April 13; Railroad trip Chicago to St. Louis
  • 1857 April 14; Description of St. Louis
  • 1857 April 15; Mississippi river towns
  • 1857 April 16; Hickman, Ky.
  • 1857 April 18; Memphis, Tenn.
  • 1857 April 19; Napoleon, Ark.
  • 1857 April 20; Helna, Ark.
  • 1857 April 20; General Pillow's plantation
  • 1857 April 20; Slaves
  • 1857 April 24; Columbia, Ark., in decay
  • 1857 April 25; Ark. schools
  • 1857 April 27; Rabid southern sympathies of Dr. Holsten, member of Ark. secession convention
  • 1857 April 29; Lake Village, Ark.
  • 1857 April 30; Execution of a slave
  • 1857 May 2; James A. Garfield
  • 1857 May 3; King cotton
  • 1857 May 3; Slavery: northern idea
  • 1857 May 6; Runaway slave
  • 1857 May 10; Sabbath, southern style
  • 1857 May 17; Book-selling comments
  • 1857 May 19; Southern morality
  • 1857 May 21; Cruelty to slaves
  • 1857 May 22; Methodist revival preacher
  • 1857 May 23; Slave auction
  • 1857 May 27; Poor whites
  • 1857 May 28; Southern hypocrite
  • 1857 May 29; Free masons
  • 1857 May 31; Black-white relations
  • 1857 June 5; Ignorant slave-owner
  • 1857 June 13; Baptist meeting
  • 1857 June 14; Methodist meeting
  • 1857 June 18; Arkansas officials
  • 1857 June 20; Book trade
  • 1857 June 22; Attempted robbery
  • 1857 June 28; Bible defense of slavery
  • 1857 June 30; Gambling
  • 1857 July 2; Plantations, Chicot Co., Ark.
  • 1857 July 3; Nathan Ross, Arkansas state legislator
  • 1857 July 4; Independence Day celebration
  • 1857 July 9; Poor whites
  • 1857 July 12; Southern Christianity
  • 1857 July 15; Night in a swamp
  • 1857 July 16; Political opinions
  • 1857 July 18; Southern views on slavery
  • 1857 July 21; Pro-slavery opinion
  • 1857 July 25; Slaves' barbeque
  • 1857 July 29; Little Rock
  • 1857 August 1; Revival meetings
  • 1857 August 6; Northerner residing in Mississippi
  • 1857 August 7; James A. Garfield
  • 1857 August 8; Watermelons
  • 1857 August 9; Cotton fields
  • 1857 August 10; Runaway slaves
  • 1857 August 12; Alabama lawyer curses
  • 1857 August 16; Hardshell Baptist preacher
  • 1857 August 19; Arkansas morality
  • 1857 August 22; Miss. politician
  • 1857 August 24; Arkansas vs. Michigan
  • 1857 August 26; Imbibing
  • 1857 August 27; Bigoted Methodist
  • 1857 August 28; Ignorance
  • 1857 August 29; Warren, Ark.
  • 1857 September 3; Hampton, Ark.
  • 1857 September 7; Arkansas morality
  • 1857 September 8; Camden, Ark.
  • 1857 September 12; Southern newspapers
  • 1857 September 13; Tirade against slavery
  • 1857 September 14; Land speculation
  • 1857 September 18; Hunting deer with dogs
  • 1857 September 19; Rattlesnake
  • 1857 September 21; Picking cotton
  • 1857 September 23; Mississippi politics
  • 1857 September 25; Hunting runaway slave
  • 1857 September 26; Slave lifestyle
  • 1857 October 1; Hon. Albert Rust
  • 1857 October 6; "Half-witted genius"
  • 1857 October 10; Slaves murder white woman
  • 1857 October 10; Mob justice
  • 1857 October 14; Threat of highwayman
  • 1857 October 16; Justification for slavery
  • 1857 October 18; Hard-shell Baptists
  • 1857 October 20; States' rights debate
  • 1857 October 25; Banks threaten failure
  • 1857 October 28; Murder
  • 1857 October 29; Newspaper editor
  • 1857 November 1; Stupid schoolboy
  • 1857 November 3; Hate of North
  • 1857 November 4; South Carolinian political views
  • 1857 November 14; Guilt in Oct 10 incident doubted
  • 1857 November 17; Louisiana planter family
  • 1857 November 18; Picking cotton
  • 1857 November 20; Louisiana barbaric justice
  • 1857 November 22; Spiritualism
  • 1857 November 26; Cincinnati Enquirer
  • 1857 November 28; South Carolina poor whites
  • 1857 December 6; Defamation of Fuller's character
  • 1857 December 25; Christmas Day
  • 1857 December 28; Flood
  • 1858 January 1; 224-line poem
  • 1858 January 8; Farm machinery
  • 1858 January 10; James A. Garfield
  • 1858 January 10; Tracking runaway slave
  • 1858 January 13; Contract-breaker
  • 1858 January 14; Folly of education (poem)
  • 1858 January 21; Drunkard's death
  • 1858 January 27; Funeral
  • 1858 February 2; Southern school
  • 1858 February 4; Contempt for South
  • 1858 February 6; Arkansas roads
  • 1858 February 15; Princeton, Ark.
  • 1858 February 16; Arkansas and Louisiana citizens
  • 1858 February 21; Liquor in Camden, Ark.
  • 1858 February 27; James A. Garfield
  • 1858 March 4; Loneliness of northerner in South
  • 1858 March 5; Disunion sentiment
  • 1858 March 11; Slaveholding abolitionist
  • 1858 March 12; Southern Gentleman and lady
  • 1858 March 15; Slavery
  • 1858 March 16; Blacks and religion
  • 1858 March 21; Book on Davy Crockett
  • 1858 March 28; Intense loneliness in slaveholding society
  • 1858 March 31; Kansas: the promised land
  • 1858 April 4; Methodist meeting
  • 1858 April 11; Southern ignorance
  • 1858 April 20; Slave whipped to death
  • 1858 April 28; Mob-justice used on northerner
  • 1858 April 29; Gambling with a Jew
  • 1858 May 15; Arkansas judge's opinion on slavery
  • 1858 May 21; Ignorant politicians
  • 1858 May 23; Grave of Henry Clay's brother
  • 1858 June 16; Magnolia, Ark.
  • 1858 June 18; Schoolmaster
  • 1858 June 20; Baptist sermon; Ignorance
  • 1858 June 23; Homer, Louisiana
  • 1858 June 23; Slave's punishment
  • 1858 June 28; Offer of a teaching position
  • 1858 July 2; Falcon, Ark.
  • 1858 July 6; Anti-slavery Southerner
  • 1858 July 7; Fair-skinned slaves
  • 1858 July 13; Political leanings
  • 1858 July 15; Methodists
  • 1858 July 17; Southern political opinion
  • 1858 July 18; Southern rights
  • 1858 July 19; Slave punishments
  • 1858 July 19; Slave murdered
  • 1858 July 22; Southern "fire-eater"
  • 1858 July 23; Baptists and Methodists on slavery
  • 1858 July 27; Slave squeals on runaway
  • 1858 July 31; Southern arrogance
  • 1858 August 1; Tirade against slavery and entire South
  • 1858 August 2; Funeral
  • 1858 August 3; Calvinism
  • 1858 August 5; Marie Saline Landing, Ark.
  • 1858 August 19; Political argument and murder
  • 1858 August 21; Fair-skinned slave
  • 1858 August 26; Start of trip north to home
Related Materials

For biographical information on Corydon E. Fuller and on mid-nineteenth century book agents, see:

Bosse, David A Canvasser's Tale; Tring, Hertfordshire: Map Collector Publications, 1991.