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Lambertville and New Hope, New Jersey (Images of America Series) - James Mastrich
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The twin river hamlets of Lambertville, New Jersey, and New Hope, Pennsylvania, hold a special place in America's history. The tiny pocket of land on which they sit borders the Delaware River on the east and west, and it is this famous waterway that has fostered life as far back as the days when the Lenni Lenape fished and hunted here. Much has changed since the land was purchased by representatives of King Charles II in the late seventeenth century, but what continues to make Lambertville The twin river hamlets of Lambertville, New Jersey, and New Hope, Pennsylvania, hold a special place in America's history. The tiny pocket of land on which they sit borders the Delaware River on the east and west, and it is this famous waterway that has fostered life as far back as the days when the Lenni Lenape fished and hunted here. Much has changed since the land was purchased by representatives of King Charles II in the late seventeenth century, but what continues to make Lambertville and New Hope special are their deep and enduring ties to the past. This intriguing visual history documents the proud heritage of these riverfront communities from the dawn of photography to the early 1900s through two hundred carefully selected images accompanied by detailed and informative text. Photography is perhaps the most remarkable of all our historic records because it brings history to life for so many people. The images collected for this book provide a window into the past that is both intimate and learned: one image tells of the human toil and ingenuity that went into the digging of the canal system, while another takes us into the carefree world of two young lovers setting out with parasol and oars to spend some quiet moments together on the Delaware in the Victorian era. Books, History~~United States~~State & Local~~Middle Atlantic (DC DE MD NJ NY PA), Lambertville-and-New-Hope-New-Jersey~~James-Mastrich, 882806, Lambertville and New Hope, New Jersey (Images of America Series), James Mastrich, 0738563145, Arcadia Publishing SC, , , , , Arcadia Publishing SC

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[EAN: 9780738563145], Neubuch, [PU: Arcadia Publishing (SC), United States], Language: English . Brand New Book. The twin river hamlets of Lambertville, New Jersey, and New Hope, Pennsylvania, hold a special place in America s history. The tiny pocket of land on which they sit borders the Delaware River on the east and west, and it is this famous waterway that has fostered life as far back as the days when the Lenni Lenape fished and hunted here. Much has changed since the land was purchased by representatives of King Charles II in the late seventeenth century, but what continues to make Lambertville and New Hope special are their deep and enduring ties to the past. This intriguing visual history documents the proud heritage of these riverfront communities from the dawn of photography to the early 1900s through two hundred carefully selected images accompanied by detailed and informative text. Photography is perhaps the most remarkable of all our historic records because it brings history to life for so many people. The images collected for this book provide a window into the past that is both intimate and learned: one image tells of the human toil and ingenuity that went into the digging of the canal system, while another takes us into the carefree world of two young lovers setting out with parasol and oars to spend some quiet moments together on the Delaware in the Victorian era.

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The twin river hamlets of Lambertville, New Jersey, and New Hope, Pennsylvania, hold a special place in America''s history. The tiny pocket of land on which they sit borders the Delaware River on the east and west, and it is this famous waterway that hasfostered life as far back as the days when the Lenni Lenape fished and hunted here. Much has changed since the land was purchased by representatives of King Charles II in the late seventeenth century, but what continues to make Lambertville and New Hopespecial are their deep and enduring ties to the past.This intriguing visual history documents the proud heritage of these riverfront communities from the dawn of photography to the early 1900s through two hundred carefully selected images accompanied by detailed and informative text. Photography is perhaps the most remarkable of all our historic records because it brings history to life for so many people. The images collected for this book provide a window into the past that is both intimate and learned: one image tells of the human toil andingenuity that went into the digging of the canal system, while another takes us into the carefree world of two young lovers setting out with parasol and oars to spend some quiet moments together on the Delaware in the Victorian era. James Mastrich, Yvonne Warren, George Kline, Books, Lambertville and New Hope Books, Arcadia Publishing

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Lambertville and New Hope (NJ) (Images of America) - James Mastrich; Yvonne Warren; George Kline
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The twin river hamlets of Lambertville, New Jersey, and New Hope, Pennsylvania, hold a special place in America's history. The tiny pocket of land on which they sit borders the Delaware River on the east and west, and it is this famous waterway that hasfostered life as far back as the days when the Lenni Lenape fished and hunted here. Much has changed since the land was purchased by representatives of King Charles II in the late seventeenth century, but what continues to make Lambertville and New Hopespecial are their deep and enduring ties to the past.This intriguing visual history documents the proud heritage of these riverfront communities from the dawn of photography to the early 1900s through two hundred carefully selected images accompanied by detailed and informative text. Photography is perhaps the most remarkable of all our historic records because it brings history to life for so many people. The images collected for this book provide a window into the past that is both intimate and learned: one image tells of the human toil andingenuity that went into the digging of the canal system, while another takes us into the carefree world of two young lovers setting out with parasol and oars to spend some quiet moments together on the Delaware in the Victorian era. americas,history,mid atlantic,northeast,state and local,travel Travel, Arcadia Publishing

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The twin river hamlets of Lambertville, New Jersey, and New Hope, Pennsylvania, hold a special place in Americaas history. The tiny pocket of land on which they sit borders the Delaware River on the east and west, and it is this famous waterway that has fostered life as far back as the days when the Lenni Lenape fished and hunted here. Much has changed since the land was purchased by representatives of King Charles II in the late seventeenth century, but what continues to make Lambertville and New Hope special are their deep and enduring ties to the past. This intriguing visual history documents the proud heritage of these riverfront communities from the dawn of photography to the early 1900s through two hundred carefully selected images accompanied by detailed and informative text. Photography is perhaps the most remarkable of all our historic records because it brings history to life for so many people. The images collected for this book provide a window into the past that is both intimate and learned: one image tells of the human toil and ingenuity that went into the digging of the canal system, while another takes us into the carefree world of two young lovers setting out with parasol and oars to spend some quiet moments together on the Delaware in the Victorian era.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780738563145
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0738563145
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 1996
Editeur: ARCADIA PUB (SC)
128 Pages
Poids: 0,318 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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