This is a companion volume to This Realm. This England and France Will Live Again. And it makes an American feel a surging sense of pride, a certain kind of excitement over his native land. 250 pages of illustrations, photographs, etchings, drypoints, lithographs, capturing the vast sweep of space and time and people that make up our country, town and city and village, shore line and inland waterways, farm and fireside, our architectural inheritance (one could wish more of our new architecture), mountains and plains and seacoast, rivers, lakes and forest. It is a fine ""Portrait of America"", and Donald Moffat's introduction is the concentrated essence of what it means to be an American.