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Title: Appletons’ illustrated hand-book of American travel. A full and reliable guide … to … the United States and the British provinces. With careful maps of all parts of the country, and pictures of famous places and scenes, from original drawings by the author and other artists
Year: 1857 (1850s)
Authors: T. Addison Richards
Subjects: United States–Guidebooks Canada–Guidebooks
Publisher: D. Appleton
Contributing Library: Thoreau Society Collections at the Thoreau Institute at Walden Woods
Digitizing Sponsor: Federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners
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rning, noon, and night. STATIONS.New York, Jersey City, Bergen, 2miles ; Boiling Spring, 9 ; Passaic Bridge,11; Huylers 12; Paterson, 16; God-winville, 21 ; Hohokus, 23; Allendale,25 ; Ramseys, 27 ; Sufferns, 31; Rani-apo, 33; Sloatsburg, 35; Southnelds,41; Greenwood, 44; Turners, 47;Monroe, 49 ; Oxford, 52; Chester, 55 ;Goshen, 59 ; Hampton, 63 ; Middletown,66; Howells 70 ; Otisville, 75 ; PortJervis, 8» ; Shohola, 106 ; Lackawax-en, 110; Mast Hope, 116; Narrows-burg, 122; Cochecton, 130; Callicoon,135 ; Hankins, 142 ; Basket, 146, Lord-ville, 153; Stockport, 159; Hancock,163; Hales Eddy, 171 ; Deposit, 176;Susquehanna, 192; Great Bend, 200;Kirkwood, 206; Conklin, 210; Bing-hamton, 214 ; Hooper, 220; Union,223; Campville, 228 ; Owego, 236Tioga, 242; Smithboro, 246 ; Barton,248; Waverley, 255; Chemung, 260;Wellsburg, 266; Elmira, 273; Junc-tion, 277; Big Flats, 283; Corning,291 ; Painted Post, 292 ; Addison, 301;Rathboneville, 306; Cameron, 314;Adrian, 322 ; Canisteo, 327 ; Hornells-
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NEW YORK. 137 The Valley of the Eamapo—Orange County, N. T. ville, 331 ; Almond, 336 ; Alfred, 340 ;Andover, 349; Genesee, 358 ; Scio,361; Phillipsville, 365 ; Belvidere, 369 ;Friendship, 373 ; Cuba, 3S2 ; Hinsdale,389 ; Olean, 395 ; Allegany, 398;Great Valley, 411; Little Valley, 420;Cattaraugus, 428 ; Dayton, 437 ; Perrys-burg, 440; Smiths Mills, 447 ; Forest-ville, 451 ; Sheriden, 455; Dunkirk,460. To Sufferns (31 miles) via New Jer-sey, and via Piermont. The first 31miles of the Erie Route, that throughthe State of New Jersey, from JerseyCity, opposite New York, to Sufferns,consists of parts of three differentrailways, though used of late yearsfor all the general passenger travel ofthe Erie road, and with its own broadtrack and cars. The original line ofthe road is from Sufferns eastward, 18miles, to Piermont, and thence 24 milesdown the Hudson river. This route isnow employed only for freight, and forlocal travel. It leads through a rudebut not uninteresting country, withhere a
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