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Account of an Englishman's voyage across the Atlantic and his travels on land and water throughout eastern Canada and the United States, from New York to Iowa and back.

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Mauricio Lasansky is one of the few modern artists who have limited their works almost exclusively to the graphic media. Due to his early contributions in the development of graphic techniques and his dedication to…

Karen Strohbeen and Bill Luchsinger, two of the Midwest's most successful fine artist for the past 25 years, expanded their audience when they created the nationally syndicated Public Television gardening series, The Perennial Gardener with Karen…

Jason Moore is completing his final year in the MFA program in printmaking at the University of Iowa. His work frequently incorporates animals as stand-ins for humans as he examines the frailty and shortcomings of humanity.

Larry Welo has been creating etchings since the early 1970's. A graduate of Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, Welo operated a studio in Minneapolis until moving to Wisconsin, where he currently lives with his family.

Davis, of Liberty, Union County, Indiana, enlisted in Company I, 15th Regiment, Indiana Volunteers on May 14, 1861. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant September 10, 1861, and as a first lieutenant November 1862.