1912. With 63 illustrations. Mr. Shoemaker is a trained traveler.
He has the time and the means to travel in luxury and he has
developed his qualities as a keen observer by travels in various
parts of the world. He possesses excellent descriptive powers and
his pages are sprinkled liberally with humor; giving them a certain
personal interest and charm that add to the attractiveness of his
travel records. In this volume he describes his year's sojourn in
the land of John Company. He has confined the text to those
sections of India with which the public, American at least, is but
little acquainted. Contents: The Outward Voyage; Oudeypour; Chitor;
Jeypur and Gulta; Akbar's Town of Victory; The Seven Cities of
Delhi; Benares; Buddha; The Snows; Amritsar and the Sikhs; Lahore;
Punjab and Its History; Life in Peshawur; The Khyber Pass; The
Journey to Kashmir; Life on a Bed of Roses; The Vale of Kashmir at
Last; Srinagar; Merchants of Kashmir; River Life; Temple of
Martand; Magnificent Shalimar; Last Days in the Vale; Departure
from the Vale; The Hot Land; and Life on the Mooltan.
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