"Leeward Land. An Account of a Visit to the United States of America in 1992"

Title"Leeward Land. An Account of a Visit to the United States of America in 1992"
Year for Search1893
AuthorsOswald, Felix L[eopold](1845-1906)
Secondary TitleSan Francisco Chronicle
PaginationAll on page 14
Date PublishedSeptember 16 - December 30, 1893 skipping November 25 and December 16, 1893
KeywordsMale author
Annotation

Technological eutopia with lots of inventions. Cable station in the middle of the Atlantic. Little pollution. Sewage no longer dumped. Balloons for rapid transportation and deliveries. Animal breeding, including fish. Physical exercise, including for women. Prohibition. All buildings absolutely fireproof. Race mixing considered bad. Abolishing study of dead languages has radically improved education. Electric ads. Poor sent to the country farm after the fifth request for support.

Additional Publishers

There appears to be no chapter 13, which should have been in the December 16, 1893 issue. While the December 30 issue says to be continued, it does not continue in 1894.

Author Note

(1845-1906)

Full Text

1893 Oswald, Felix L[eopold] (1845-1906) “Leeward Land. An Account of a Visit to the United States of America in 1992.” San Francisco Chronicle (September 16 - December 30, 1893 skipping November 25 and December 16, 1893): All on page 14. There appears to be no chapter 13, which should have been in the December 16, 1893 issue. While the December 30 issue says to be continued, it does not continue in 1894.

Technological eutopia with lots of inventions. Cable station in the middle of the Atlantic. Little pollution. Sewage no longer dumped. Balloons for rapid transportation and deliveries. Animal breeding, including fish. Physical exercise, including for women. Prohibition. All buildings absolutely fireproof. Race mixing considered bad. Abolishing study of dead languages has radically improved education. Electric ads. Poor sent to the country farm after the fifth request for support.