Sailing sunny seas; a story of travel in Jamaica, Honolulu, Haiti, Santo Domingo, Porto Rico, St. Thomas, Dominica, Martinique, Trinidad and the West Indies. By Ella Wheeler Wilcox.

With Copyright Illustrations by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

248 p. illus. 20 cm.
Chicago: Conkey, 1909.

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Contents:

  1. Prologue
  2. Sailing Sunny Seas
  3. The Sea Breeze and the Scarf
  4. Jamaica
  5. Holiday Songs
  6. Taking the Sun
  7. The Problem
  8. Jamaica Again
  9. Moneague
  10. Ocho Rios
  11. Birds
  12. The Weather
  13. Port Antonio
  14. Port Antonio Harbor
  15. On The Parada
  16. Intermediary
  17. Honolulu
  18. My Heaven
  19. The Meaning of Sunday
  20. The Passing of a Princess
  21. Kaiulani
  22. The Color Line in Honolulu
  23. Foreign Missions
  24. Aloha Oe
  25. Jamaica Again
  26. Jamaica
  27. Lincoln, February 12, 1809-1909
  28. Star Time in Jamaica
  29. The Cruise and the Circus
  30. Haiti
  31. Announcement
  32. Vaudouxism in Haiti
  33. A Remarkable King
  34. Address to the King
  35. Santo Domingo
  36. Porto Rico
  37. St. Thomas
  38. St. Croix and St. Kitts
  39. Antigua
  40. Dominica-Martinique
  41. Martinique
  42. Trinidad
  43. The Birds of Trinidad
  44. Caribbean Tragedies
  45. The Homeward Voyage
  46. The One Who Went Away


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