Transportation through the Lens of Literature: The Depiction of Transportation Systems in American Literature from 1800 to the Present in the Form of an Annotated Bibliography

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Transportation through the Lens of Literature: The Depiction of Transportation Systems in American Literature from 1800 to the Present in the Form of an Annotated Bibliography

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1994

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Originally published in 1994 and revised in 2005, Transportation through the Lens of Literature is a survey of what American literature has said about transportation. Through the chronological arrangement (1800-1980s), it provides a history of the country's changing and interacting systems.

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Acknowledgment for PDF version: Shannon Klug ensured the hyperlinks work in the text.

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This research has been supported by a grant from the University of Minnesota's Center for Transportation Studies.

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Ross, Donald; Athey, Stephanie; Nichols, Capper. (1994). Transportation through the Lens of Literature: The Depiction of Transportation Systems in American Literature from 1800 to the Present in the Form of an Annotated Bibliography. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/192776.

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