||Volume I: Embarcation -- Housekeeping -- An old friend -- Political state of Yucatán -- Daguerreotype apparatus -- Departure from Merida -- An accident -- Perplexities -- Journey to Jalacho -- Sunday -- Superintending Indians -- Means by which the city was supplied with water -- Another ruined city -- Departure from Ticul -- Attacks from fever and ague -- Ruins of Nophat -- Ruins of Kabah.
||Volume II: Departure from Nohcacab -- Visit to a ruined building near Chack -- Ruins of Labna -- Search for ruined cities continued -- Journey to the rancho of Nohcacab -- Bull-fights -- Return to Nohcacab -- Journey to Bolonchen -- Departure from Bolonchen -- Departure from Labphak -- End of journey in this direction -- Journey resumed -- Rancho of Jalal -- Village of San Jose -- Buying a wardrobe -- Departure from Mani -- Plan of the ruins -- Departure from Chichen -- Departure -- A crippled dog -- Search for the canoa -- Discovery of a building -- Port of Silan -- Departure for Merida -- A senote -- Departure.
|Local note||Joyner Rare copy includes armorial bookplate of Percy Tyler Cook with inscription "fortis et silens" numbered no. 1837-a on volume 1 and 1837-b on volume 2 on front pastedown and autograph of Percy T. Cook on front flyleaf of volume 1.|
|General note||"Illustrated by 120 engravings"--title page.|
||Joyner Rare copy v. 1-2 Purchased from Hammer Mountain Book Halls, 2/19/2019
|Issued in other form||Online version: Stephens, John Lloyd, 1805-1852. Incidents of travel in Yucatan. New York : Harper & Bros., 1843|
|Genre/form||Mexico Yucatán (State)|
|Genre/form||Travel literature New York (N.Y.) 19th century.|