Series: ZigZag Journeys

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ZigZag Journeys in Europe: Vacation Rambles in Historic Lands by Hezekiah Butterworth1
ZigZag Journeys in Classic Lands; or, Tommy Toby's Trip to Mount Parnassus by Hezekiah Butterworth2
ZigZag Journeys in the Orient; or, The Adriatic to the Baltic: A Journey of the Zigzag Club from Vienna to the Golden Horn, The Euxine, Moscow, and St. Petersburg by Hezekiah Butterworth3
ZigZag Journeys in the Occident; or, The Atlantic to the Pacific: A Summer Trip of the Zigzag Club from Boston to the Golden Gate by Hezekiah Butterworth4
ZigZag Journeys in Northern Lands; or, The Rhine to the Arctic: A Summer Trip of the Zigzag Club through Holland, Germany, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden by Hezekiah Butterworth5
ZigZag Journeys in Acadia and New France; or, A Summer's Journey of the Zigzag Club through the Historic Fields of the Early French Settlements of America by Hezekiah Butterworth6
ZigZag Journeys in the Levant, with a Talmudist Story-Teller: A Spring Journey of the Zigzag Club through Egypt and the Holy Land by Hezekiah Butterworth7
ZigZag Journeys in the Sunny South; or, Wonder Tales of Early American History: A Visit to the Scenes and Associations of the Early American Settlements in the Southern States and the West Indies by Hezekiah Butterworth8
ZigZag Journeys in India; or, The Antipodes of the Far East: A Collection of Zen Tales by Hezekiah Butterworth9
ZigZag Journeys in the Antipodes by Hezekiah Butterworth10
ZigZag Journeys in the British Isles; or, Vacation Rambles in Historic Lands by Hezekiah Butterworth11
Zigzag Journeys In the Great Northwest; or, A Trip to the American Switzerland by Hezekiah Butterworth12
ZigZag Journeys in Australia; or, A Visit to the Ocean World by Hezekiah Butterworth13
ZigZag Journeys on the Mississippi; or, From Chicago to the Islands of Discovery by Hezekiah Butterworth14
ZigZag Journeys on the Mediterranean by Hezekiah Butterworth15
ZigZag Journeys in the White City; With Visits to the Neighboring Metropolis by Hezekiah Butterworth16
ZigZag Journeys Around the World by Hezekiah Butterworth17
Zigzag Stories of History, Travel, and Adventure: Selections of the Best Stories from the Zigzag Series by Hezekiah ButterworthAnthology

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