Mapping New York’s Shoreline

The New York Public Library is hosting one of the better exhibitions I have seen in some time at the moment. It’s named Mapping New York’s Shoreline, and deals with Maritime and Colonial photographs and maps from the very beginning of our country up until the Civil War. It’s well worth the trip up to the Bryant Park, plus there’s always Orvis and Kinokuniya around the corner.

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3 Responses to Mapping New York’s Shoreline

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  2. John Gumby says:

    When you say ‘from the very beginning of our country’ do you mean from the arrival of Europeans? Or do you mean from the arrival of any humans? Or before the arrival of humans?

  3. drinkinanddronin says:

    When I said ‘beginning of our country’, I meant from the Revolutionary period onward….

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