by Brad Sanders

...Guide to William Bartram's Travels is a delightful complement to Bartram's own book, with maps, a detailed itinerary and enchanting local history.
Stuart Ferguson, The Wall Street Journal is the best thing published on Bartram since Francis Harper did his edition of Travels. is an outstanding scholarly and practical contribution to the literature. WELL DONE!!!
Dr. Louis De Vorsey
Professor Emeritus of Geography
University of Georgia

This comprehensive guide contains descriptions of historical sites, natural areas, and points of interest that travelers encounter as they retrace William Bartram’s footsteps through seven Southern states.

Illustrated with over forty maps and one-hundred and forty-five photographs; includes itineraries, biographical sketches, and identifies important Bartram sites.

If you wish to purchase the Guide to William Bartram's Travels please see our information on ordering.

Sample pages from
Guide to William Bartram's Travels
Table of Contents
Chapter 3: Georgia Coast opening page
Chapter 3, page 32
Chapter 3, map of the Georgia Coast

This extensive timeline covers the major events of William Bartram’s life and includes selected political and cultural events that occurred during his lifetime. We are pleased to provide this information to the public so that readers may be able to place William Bartram’s life in historical perspective.
(note: this is a long document)

You must have Acrobat Reader to view and print the order forms and sample pages