ies he traversed.
His interest in natural history was the incentive for making this unusual journey, and he brought home with him a rare collection.
He also wrote the Voyage of a Paper Canoe, from Quebec to New Orleans, via the Hudson River and Atlantic Waterways, and Four Months in a Sneak Box, both records of personal experience.
In 1853 a volume of short stories, essays and poems by Louise J. Cutter were collected and published after her early death and named Cypress Leaves.
Elizabeth M. Hall compiled a book on Practical American Cookery and Domestic Economy that would repay study, even in the changed conditions since 1856.
Elizur Wright, a man of words as well as deeds, translated La Fontaine's Fables, 1859, and wrote Savings Bank Life Insurance, 1872, and Trap Baited with Orphan, 1878.
His daughter Ellen published his appeals for the Middlesex Fells and the forests, with a sketch of what he did for both.
Richard Price Hallowell was the author of Quakers in New Eng