The journals of Dr. Thomas Coke
Autobiographical journals of Thomas Coke, an important figure to both American and Methodist history. In these journals Thomas Coke gives contemporaneous detailed impressions of late-18th century North America from his nine visits and four Caribbean tours. Using the 1816 edition of the journals as a base, Vickers compares it to earlier editions and, where available, to the manuscript journal, noting any variations.
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Cokes Title Page Dedication and Preface
dr thomas cokes second visit to north america
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