- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- What Are We Doing Here? Scenarios for Early English Colonies in North America
- ‘The Lies of a Distant Traveller’? The Travel Writing of Louis de Hennepin
- French Representations of Niagara: From Hennepin to Butor
- ‘Come to these Arcadian Regions where there is Room for Millions’: Citizen Imlay and the Empire in the West
- The Conquest of Antiquity: The Travelling Empire of John Lloyd Stephens
- ‘A Confusion of Unwashed and Shabbily Dressed People’: Nineteenth-Century Americans and Urban Britain<sup>1</sup>
- Sunny Tropic Scenes: US Travel Writers in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba
- Henry James and the ‘Swelling Act of the Imperial Theme’
- The Pacifist Traveller: Kate Crane-Gart
- American Ambassadors: Travellers in the Cold War
- In the Missionary Position: Emily Prager in China<sup>1</sup>
- American Travel and Empire
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