The Big List of Time Travel Adventures

 1904

   The Panchronicon
by Harold Steele MacKaye
First publication: April 1904

In 1898, Copernicus Droop has a flying time machine drop into his lap from the year 2582, whereupon he hatches a plan to take Rebecca Wise and her sister, Phœbe, back to 1876 where he can invent all kinds of modern things and Rebecca might convince her younger self to marry that fine young Joe Chandler—but instead they go rather further back to Elizabethan times where capricious capers (but no time paradoxes) ensue.

 It does sound outlandish, when you think how big the world is. But what if ye go to the North Pole? Aint all the twenty-four meridians jammed up close together around that part of the globe? Aint it clear that if a fellerll jest take a grip on the North Pole and go whirlin’ around it, hell be cutting meridians as fast as a hay-chopper? Wont he see the sun getting left behind and whirlin’ the other way from what it does in nature? If the sun goes the other way round, aint it sure to unwind all the time that its been a-rollin’ up? 

[Jan 2013]
 

Additional Adventures (without Time Travel)

I often see potential time-travel stories that, alas, have no time travel. I track them, so that I don’t process these same chronotypical stories over and over in a time loop of my very own.
1904

 These arent the droids youre looking for . . . move along. 


 1904
Around a Distant Star by Jean Delaire (aka Muirson Blake) [viewing the past]

The Old Mountain Hermit by James F. Raymond [long sleep]


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