6 edition of The Hudson river by daylight. found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Wallace Bruce.|
|LC Classifications||F127.H8 B83|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p.l., -150 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||01014113|
Hudson River Highlands book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Discusses the area's folklore and history, its portrayal in art, th 4/5(5). Hudson River Steamboats Leave a Comment / New York An accurate history of the growth and development of steam navigation on the Hudson, from the building of the “Clermont” by Robert Fulton to the building of the superb steamers of the Hudson River Day Line would form a very interesting book.
The Hudson River [picture collection] (Bryant Union Publishing Co. ca. ) The 26 photographs of various scenes of the geography and historic sites around the Hudson River were in a string-bound paperback booklet consisting of 25 pages. Included are photographs of the Catskill Mountains and the New York State Capitol building. The book. Book Details:Hardcover; 84 pages, 11x9 inches33 color photographsISBN Price: $ US Featured by Photo District News Photographs by Tema Stauffer Foreword by Xhenet AliuContributions by Alison Nordström Upstate looks at the lingering legacy of American industrial and agricultural history in and around Hudson, New York.
Hudson Talbott () wrote and illustrated From Wolf to Woof, United Tweets of America, River of Dreams, and It’s All About Me-ow, and he has illustrated numerous picture books, including Newbery Honor winner Show Way (by Jacqueline Woodson) and Leonardo’s Horse (by Jean Fritz), an ALA Notable Book and a VOYA Honor lives in the Hudson Brand: Penguin Young Readers Group. Twenty views of the Hudson River painted by Irish watercolorist William Guy Wall were published as aquatints by Henry Megary in New York in the early s. John Hill was the principal colorful views were some of the earliest images of the Hudson River to be presented as art and were widely popular. Names Hill, John,
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book 3/4 x 7 inches, double page map, two single page maps, pp, decorative color paper wrappers softbound. Light soiling and stamp to front cover, chip to upper and lower right cover corners, head and tail of spine split, interior clean.
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Hudson River Valley Books Books (preferably well-written) set in the Hudson River Valley in upstate New York. Historical and contemporary, more fiction than nonfiction.
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Hudson River by daylight s.n., [New York?: ?] 9 postcards: b&w ; 13 x 18 cm., in envelope 14 x 19 cm. New York. 32 pp., including fifteen in-text photographic reproductions. 16mo. Original stiff pictorial wrappers, spine reinforced with cloth tape.
Lacking map. Front wrap cracking at hinge. Small bookplate inside front wrapper. Tanned. Good. Item #WRCAM Early 20th-century edition of this guide to the sights along the Hudson River, with descriptions and photographic. This is a beautifully illustrated children's book; but anyone would love it.
It traces the history of the Hudson River from Glacial times through Dutch exploration, colonization, the American Revolution, the role of the river and river transportation in Western Expansion, commerce, Literature (Washington Irving/James Fennimore Cooper), Art (Cole / Church and the Hudson River /5.
Page - The winters were quite severe, the river being frozen from shore to shore, they having a track to come through, which they had to break through afresh every day, the same as our ferry boats do now when the ice is fast.
I have seen the boys skating close alongside of them when coming up and often jump from the ice on the Utica's false bow, or on the Robert L.
Stevens 3/5(1). The Hudson by daylight: map showing the prominent residences, historic landmarks, old reaches of the Hudson, Indian names, &c. With descriptive pages Names Link, William F.
(Creator) Collection. Maps of New York City and State. Parts. Hudson River. Dates / Origin Date Issued: (Inferred) Place: New York Publisher: W.F. Link Library locations. Get this from a library. The Hudson River by daylight: New York to Albany and Troy, Catskill Mountains, Pittsfield, Saratoga Springs, Lake Champlain, Ausable Chasm, Plattsburgh, Adirondacks, Montreal, Niagara Falls, Thousand Islands, Howe's Cave, and Richfield Springs, Pennsylvania Railroad route from New York to Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Gettysburg.
The Hudson River by daylight. New York to Albany, Saratoga Springs, Lake George. Item PreviewPages: Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Division, The New York Public Library. "The Hudson by daylight map: showing the prominent residences, historic landmarks, old reaches of the Hudson, Indian names, &c." New York Public Library Digital Collections.
Accessed April 7, HUDSON RIVER "BY DAYLIGHT" PHOTO TOUR. Author: New York Title: HUDSON RIVER "BY DAYLIGHT" PHOTO TOUR Publication: New York: American Arts, () Edition: First Edition Description: New York: American Arts, ().First Edition. Softcover. Comprises 10 sepiatone views from photographs, a four-page descriptive leaflet, and a color-pictorial Rating: % positive.
This book gives readers the tools they need to understand the river and its variety of qualities that make up this special waterway. The goal of this book is twofold. First and foremost, it educates readers on the importance of the Hudson River as a natural resource, key transportation artery, and chief provider of food, oxygen, and water Author: John Bernardo.The case became legend, driven primarily by the book Night Siege: The Hudson Valley UFO Sightings by UFOlogists Philip J.
Imbrogno and Bob Pratt, with credit also given to UFOlogy legend J. Allen Hynek who died before the book was finished. A number of other books were published about it too.The Hudson by daylight map from New York Bay to the head of tide water: containing names of streams, islands and heights of mountains according to the latest Coast Survey, also the names of prominent residences, historic land marks, the old reaches of the Hudson .