Renowned travel writer Caroline Hazard’s A Brief Pilgrimage in the Holy Land is a unique record of her year abroad during a sabbatical from Wellesley College. Each chapter is titled after a location she visited and is prefaced with a sonnet those locations inspired. Along with her poetry and the recounting of her travels, Hazard includes photographs and original paintings.
- Inspirational account of Caroline Hazard's travels to Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Jericho, and more
- Numerous photographs and paintings
- All Scripture references are linked directly to the Bibles in your Logos Library
- Carmel by the Sea
- The Mount of Beatitudes
- The Sea of Galilee
- The Plain of Sharon
- The Jordan and the Dead Sea
- The Wilderness
Praise for the Print Edition
Attractive both in style and form this series of twelve devotional addresses delivered in Wellesley College chapel by its president after her recent Eastern journey will hold the close attention of the reader.
A series of delightful sketches of various localities. There are a score of pictures, all of them interesting and outside of the range of postcards and stock illustrations.
—New York Times
- Title: A Brief Pilgrimage in the Holy Land
- Author: Caroline Hazard
- Publisher: Houghton Mifflin
- Publication Date: 1909
- Pages: 212
About Caroline Hazard
Caroline Hazard (1856–1945) was born in Rhode Island and was elected to the presidency of Wellesley College in 1899. An avid traveler and prolific writer, Hazard authored over a dozen books and was a regular contributor of essays and poetry to magazines and newspapers.