The first decade of the 21st century has been a time of lively architectural production in New York City. A veritable building boom gripped the city, giving rise to a host of new-and architecturally cutting-edge-residential, corporate, institutional, academic, and commercial structures. With the boom now waning, this guidebook is perfectly timed to take stock of the city's new skyline and map them all out, literally.
Historic Beacon Robert J. Murphy
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Residents of Beacon, New York, are justifiably proud of a community that is rich in history and promise. In this exquisite collection of images, local historians Robert J. Murphy and Denise Doring VanBuren uncover the fascinating past of Beacon and
the people who have called it home.
Often characterized as the "American Rhine," the Hudson is a vast tidal river that moves in two directions. The Hudson River Valley, from the Capital Region south to where the river meets the Atlantic Ocean in New York Bay, is one of the most varied and exciting areas of America-a region rich in splendor and beauty, history and grandeur, poverty and decay. It shaped a region.
Hudson River Journey Michaels & Truesdale
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Bursting with cultural, historical and natural abundance, the Hudson River Valley region has captured the imaginations and the hearts of generations of writers, artists and adventurers. Now, two Hudson Valley natives have teamed up to capture the beauty and the passion of this special region.
A captivating journey, in words and photographs, through the cities, towns, and villages of the Hudson Valley.
The cities, towns, and villages along the banks of the Hudson River are the lifeblood of a region bursting with historic sites, cultural attractions, and natural beauty.
Meet your local farmer! Published for the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson?s September 1609 journey up the river that today bears his name, this fascinating portrait celebrates the local farms?and farmers?in one of the country?s most scenic and storied regions, once known as the Breadbasket of America.
The only comprehensive guide to the foods, farms, and restaurants of the Hudson Valley: a food-lover's guide to the farms, local foods, open-air markets, restaurants, and regional cuisine of New York's historic and bountiful Hudson River Valley.
Countless books have been published on the historical sites of the Hudson River Valley. But these books have focused over and over again on the best-known, best-preserved places. Every bit as valuable are dozens of other historical sites that haven't fared as well. Many of these buildings are listed on the National Register of Historical Places, and a few are even National Historical Landmarks. But in spite of their significance, these structures have been allowed to decay, and in some cases, to disappear altogether.