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Frontmatter

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CONTENTS

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pp. A-5

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Introduction

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pp. A-7-A-24

Late on a May afternoon in 1838, English naturalist Philip Henry Gosse landed in Mobile. He found accommodations and the next morning rose "with the first opening of sunlight [and] ... hasten[ ed] into the dense forests which closely environ[ ed] the town." Years later he recalled his wonder and delight at what...

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p. iii

Preface

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pp. v-vi

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pp. vii-xii

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Letters from Alabama

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pp. 1-306

YOUR desire to have some information of the country in which the good providence of God has for the present allotted my residence, shall be gratified so far as my opportunities of observation will admit. I shall communicate it more readily, because from the very hasty and imperfect notion I have yet formed, I think it probable that scenes, circumstances, and manners, differ widely from those to which you..

Notes

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pp. 307-324