John Lloyd Stephens


Born
in Shrewsbury, New Jersey, The United States
November 28, 1805

Died
October 13, 1852

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John Lloyd Stephens was an American explorer, writer, and diplomat. Stephens was a pivotal figure in the rediscovery of Maya civilization throughout Middle America and in the planning of the Panama railroad.

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Incidents of Travel in Yuca...

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3.95 avg rating — 164 ratings — published 1843 — 22 editions
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Incidents of Travel in Cent...

3.98 avg rating — 121 ratings — published 1969 — 43 editions
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Incidents of Travel in Yuca...

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4.25 avg rating — 61 ratings — published 1969 — 35 editions
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Incidents of Travel in Yucatan

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3.93 avg rating — 30 ratings — published 1940 — 20 editions
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Incidents of Travel in Egyp...

3.96 avg rating — 28 ratings — published 1970 — 29 editions
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4.42 avg rating — 12 ratings — published 1949 — 19 editions
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En busca de los mayas. Viaj...

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“I knew nothing of her story. I had not heard that the ceremony was to take place till late in the evening before, and I had made up my mind that she was old and ugly; but she was not, nor was she faded and worn with sorrow, the picture of a broken heart; nor yet a young and beautiful enthusiast; she was not more than twenty-three, and had one of those good faces which, without setting men wild by their beauty, bear the impress of a nature well qualified for the performance of all duties belonging to daughter, and wife, and mother, speaking the kindliness and warmth of a woman's heart. It was pale, and she seemed conscious of the important step and the solemn vows she was taking, and to have no pangs; and yet who can read what is passing in the human breast?”
John Lloyd Stephens, Incidents of Travel in Central America: Chiapas and Yucatan, Volume 1

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