Deerslayer

Deerslayer

On the human imagination, events produce the effects of time. More info →
Home as Found

Home as Found

When Mr Effingham determined to return home, he sent orders to his agent to prepare his town-house in New York for his reception, intending to pass a month or two in it, then to repair to Washington for a few weeks, at the close of its season, and to visi More info →
Homeward  Bound

Homeward Bound

The coast of England, though infinitely finer than our own, is more remarkable for its verdure, and for a general appearance of civilization, than for its natural beauties. More info →
Last of the Mohicans, The

Last of the Mohicans, The

It was a feature peculiar to the colonial wars of North America, that the toils and dangers of the wilderness were to be encountered, before the adverse hosts could meet. More info →
Pathfinder,The

Pathfinder,The

The sublimity connected with vastness, is familiar to every eye. More info →
Pioneers, The

Pioneers, The

Near the centre of the State of New York lies an extensive district of country, whose surface is a succession of hills and dales, or, to speak with greater deference to geographical definitions, of mountains and valleys. More info →
Spy,The

Spy,The

It was near the close of the year 1780 that a solitary traveler was seen pursuing his way through one of the numerous little valleys of Westchester. More info →
Prairie, The

Prairie, The

Much was said and written, at the time, concerning the policy of adding the vast regions of Louisiana, to the already immense, and but half-tenanted territories of the United-States. More info →
Last of the Mohicans

Last of the Mohicans

It was a feature peculiar to the colonial wars of North America, that the toils and dangers of the wilderness were to be encountered before the adverse hosts could meet. More info →