Celebrated Women Travellers of the Nineteenth Century

W. H. Davenport ADAMS (1828 - 1891)

The nineteenth century saw the expansion in popularity of travel among the wealthy. Add to this the independence more women were enjoying as they were released from work in the home, and we have the recipe for some intrepid female travelers. Here we see the stories of just some such adventurous women. - Summary by Lynne Thompson

Genre(s): Travel & Geography

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Countess Dora D'Istria Ellies
00:54:39
Play 02 The Princess of Belgiojoso Jim Locke
00:30:52
Play 03 Madame Hommaire de Hell I Jim Locke
00:51:55
Play 04 Madame Hommaire de Hell II Jim Locke
00:49:36
Play 05 Madame Hommaire de Hell III Jim Locke
00:06:47
Play 06 Madame Léonie D'Aunet Lynne T
00:13:16
Play 07 Miss Frederika Bremer Part 1 Dovie Cross
00:37:13
Play 08 Miss Frederika Bremer Part 2 Dovie Cross
00:37:10
Play 09 Mademoiselle Alexina Tinné Michele Fry
00:50:42
Play 10 Madame Ida Pfeiffer I Piotr Nater
00:10:47
Play 11 Madame Ida Pfeiffer II Part 1 Piotr Nater
00:42:43
Play 12 Madame Ida Pfeiffer II Part 2 Piotr Nater
00:37:21
Play 13 Madame de Bourboulon realisticspeakers
01:00:41
Play 14 Lady Hester Stanhope Part 1 jenno
00:35:55
Play 15 Lady Hester Stanhope Part 2 jenno
00:33:57
Play 16 Lady Brassey Part 1 Dovie Cross
00:31:29
Play 17 Lady Brassey Part 2 Dovie Cross
00:29:48
Play 18 Lady Morgan jenno
00:10:03
Play 19 Mrs. Trollope Ellies
00:32:45
Play 20 Miss Harriet Martineau ADKreader
00:21:05
Play 21 Miss Isabella Bird Availle
00:34:44
Play 22 Lady Florence Dixie Dovie Cross
00:10:28
Play 23 Miss Gordon Cumming Dovie Cross
00:13:16
Play 24 Florence and Rosamond Hill, Lady Barker, Magyarland Sandra Schmit
00:13:05