The Amazonian Republic Recently Discovered in the Interior of Peru. By Ex-Midshipman Timothy Savage, B.C. Member of the Philosophical Society of Baltimore and of the Antiquarian Academy of Staten Island

TitleThe Amazonian Republic Recently Discovered in the Interior of Peru. By Ex-Midshipman Timothy Savage, B.C. Member of the Philosophical Society of Baltimore and of the Antiquarian Academy of Staten Island
Year for Search1842
AuthorsSavage, Timothy [pseud?]
Date Published1842
PublisherSamuel Colman
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsUS author
Annotation

Primarily a utopian satire. A developed country with the government the same as the United States. Effeminate men. Some material on a new religion.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. as The Amazonian Republic (1842). A Facsimile Reproduction With an Introduction by Joel Nydahl (v-xvi). Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles and Reprints, 1976.

Pseudonym

Savage, Timothy [pseud.?]

Holding Institutions

L, PSt, W1,2315

Full Text

1842 Savage, Timothy [pseud.?]. The Amazonian Republic Recently Discovered in the Interior of Peru. By Ex-Midshipman Timothy Savage, B. C. Member of the Philosophical Society of Baltimore and of the Antiquarian Academy of Staten Island. New York: Samuel Colman. Rpt. as The Amazonian Republic (1842). A Facsimile Reproduction With an Introduction by Joel Nydahl (v-xvi). Delmar, NY: Scholars’ Facsimiles and Reprints, 1976. L, PSt, W1,2315

Primarily a utopian satire. A developed country with the government the same as the United States. Effeminate men. Some material on a new religion.