PUBLICATIONS OF G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS PUBLICATIONS.
THE TRAVELLERS' SERIES.
SKETCHES OF PEOPLE AND PLACES.
16mo, paper, per volume, 50 cts.
1 THE GREAT FUR LAND;
"Mr. Robinson's narratives exhibit a freshness and glow of delineation founded on a certain novelty of adventure which commands the attention of the reader and makes his story as attractive as a romance."—N. Y. Tribune.
2 ITALIAN RAMBLES.
"Picturesque and v
3 STUDIES OF PARIS.
"De Amicis has comprehended the manifold amazement, the potent charm of Paris as no writer before him has done."—Press, Portland.
4 THE ABODE OF SNOW.
"Worthy of the highest praise. There is not a page in the handsome volume of nearly 500 pages which will not repay perusal. * * * He describes all he meets with on his way with inimitable spirit."—London Athenaeum.
6 A LADY'S LIFE IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS.
"Miss Bird is an ideal writer.* * * She has regard to the essentials of a scene or episode, and describes these with a simplicity that is as effective as it is artless."—London Spectator.
6 TENT LIFE IN SIBERIA, AND ADVENTURES AMONG THE KORAKS AND OTHER TRIBES IN KAMTCHATKA AND NORTHERN ASIA. By George Kennan. Seventh edition.
"the London Athenaeum says: "We strongly recommend this book as one of the most entertaining volumes of travel that have appeared for some years."
The London Spectator says it is "racy, clear, full of humor, and full of interest."