Lee Meriwether backpacked his way through Europe before all the granola-y hippies thought of it. His reports were logged by the Department of Labor Statistics or whatever they were calling it. It's quite eye-opening to see how people tried to live on a pittance in this time period. Jul 17, 2008 · A tramp trip; how to see Europe on fifty cents a day Item Preview remove-circle. A tramp trip; how to see Europe on fifty cents a day by Meriwether, Lee, 1862-1966. Publication date 1887 Topics Europe -- Description and travel Publisher New York, London, Harper & Brothers Collection.
Lee Meriwether's "How to See Europe on 50 Cents a Day: A Tramp's Trip" Author: Lee Meriwether. Book Excerpt: "High life in Europe has been paid sufficient attention by travellers and writers. I was desirous of seeing something of low life; I donned the blouse and hobnailed shoes of a workman, and spent a year in a "Tramp Trip' from Gibraltar. The original college-dropout backpacker that started it all-this traveler's classic is reissued here for the first time, and follows the adventures of Lee Meriwether in 1886 as he boards a steamer in Brooklyn and heads for Italy-to travel Europe on two quarters a day. How to see Europe on 50 cents a day: a tramp's trip. [Lee Meriwether] -- Lee Meriwether boards a steamer in Brooklyn for Italy in 1886 and begins a whirlwind tour of Europe, traveling through Germany, Turkey, Greece, Austria, England, Hungary, and more, all for just 50.
Originally published: A tramp trip: how to see Europe on fifty cents a day. -- New York: Harper & Brothers, ©1886. Description: 301 pages: portrait; 23 cm: Other Titles: Tramp trip How to see Europe on fifty cents a day: Responsibility: Lee Meriwether. Mar 29, 2011 · A tramp trip; how to see Europe on fifty cents a day Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. A tramp trip; how to see Europe on fifty cents a day by Meriwether, Lee. [from old catalog] Publication date 1887 Publisher New York, London, Harper & brothers Collection. A tramp trip; how to see Europe on fifty cents a day Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. A tramp trip; how to see Europe on fifty cents a day by Meriwether, Lee, 1862- [from old catalog] Publication date 1887 Publisher New York, London, Harper & brothers [pref]. Get this from a library! A tramp trip; how to see Europe on fifty cents a day. [Lee Meriwether] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for. Meriwether, Lee, 1862-1966. Tramp trip. New York, London, Harper & Bros., 1887 OCoLC571320451: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type.
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Lee Meriwether December 25, 1862 – March 12, 1966 was an American author, government official and centenarian. Born on Christmas Day in Columbus, Mississippi, he studied in the Memphis public school system.Afterwards he took a trip to Europe and, upon his return, was asked by the United States Secretary of the Interior to write a report on labor condition on that continent, which was. This copy of A Tramp Trip: How to See Europe on Fifty Cents a Day offered for sale by Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABAA for $25.00 Categories Travel & Exploration. Lee Meriwether has 31 books on Goodreads with 390 ratings. Lee Meriwether’s most popular book is Shadows. A Tramp Trip: How to See Europe on Fifty Cents a Day by. Lee Meriwether. 0.00 avg rating — 0 ratings — 5 editions. A Tramp Trip: How to See Europe on Fifty Cents a Day - Scholar's Choice Edition by. Meriwether had to rewrite and self-publish his memoirs at least four times. The longer he lived and the more he went back to Europe, the more his subsequent experiences backlit the distant monument of his youth: and this is why of all his many books, A Tramp Trip: How to See Europe on Fifty Cents a Day still throws the longest shadow. Lee Meriwether is the author of How to See Europe on 50¢ a Day 3.52 avg rating, 33 ratings, 8 reviews, published 1887, A Roman Resurrection 4.00 avg r.
Meriwether, Lee, 1862-1966: The Tramp at Home New York: Harper and Brothers, 1889 multiple formats at Meriwether, Lee, 1862-1966: A Tramp Trip: How to See Europe on Fifty Cents a Day fifth edition or later; New York: Harper and Brothers, ca. 1887 multiple formats at. Lee Meriwether, like his father, was an attorney-at-law. He was well known as the author of six books — "A Tramp Trip — How to See Europe on Fifty Cents a Day," published in 1887. This book was regarded as an authority on the subject. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. A Tramp Trip: How To See Europe on Fifty Cents a Day, by Lee Meriwether 1886 One of the original college-dropout backpackers, Lee Meriwether figured out in 1886 how to travel across Europe on 50. Aug 26, 2017 · "A Tramp Trip," "How to See Europe on Fifty Cents a Day," "The Tramp at Home," and "Afloat and Ashore on the Mediterranean" are some of his works. view all Minor Meriwether, Levee Engineer's Timeline.
In 1885 his father wanted him to attend law school, but at age 22, Lee felt that he hadn’t seen enough of the world yet. For the next two years he wandered across Europe from Naples, Italy to Moscow. On returning he wrote his first book “Tramp Trip- How to See Europe on Fifty Cents a Day”.
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