1 edition of The Great metropolis, or, New-York almanac for 1851 found in the catalog.
The Great metropolis, or, New-York almanac for 1851
Seymour B. Durst
|Other titles||New-York almanac ..., Guide to New-York ...|
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|Pagination||189 p. :|
|Number of Pages||189|
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Beckert explains how a small and diverse group of New Yorkers came to wield unprecedented economic, social, and political Cited by: 5. Winner, The New York Public Library, Best of Reference Award, If any city deserves a complete chronology, it is surely New York.
New York, Year by Year is a cornucopia of the familiar and the forgotten, the historic and the ephemeral, the heroic and the banal. In this handy reference work, Jeffrey A.
Kroessler takes us from Verrazano's arrival in into the new millennium, highlighting Cited by: 1. The New York Times Almanac was an almanac published in the United were two separate and distinct series of almanacs by this name.
The first of the two was initially published in by New York Times Books as the page The New York Times Encyclopedia Almanac A page supplement with late breaking news was made available to all purchasers in early Current: The Annual Register (), The Statesman's.
The New-York almanac for / (New York: F. Hart, , c), by Seymour B. Durst, James M. Hudnut, and Francis Hart & Co (page images at HathiTrust) The New York Quarterly of the New York Press Company Almanac edition also a political register and book of facts.
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Durst, Seymour. The Great Metropolis or New York Almanac, New York: Seventh John F. Trow, $20 Simon, Grant Miles. Historic Philadelphia: From the Founding Until the Early 19th Century, Papers Dealing with its People and Buildings, Vol Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society. New York City - New York City - Growth of the metropolis: Despite the loss of the national government, New York’s population skyrocketed in –, and it became America’s largest city.
Once again trade grew rapidly, and not even the War of hindered development; an auction system for surplus British merchandise dumped in New York solidified the city’s economic position after The New Metropolis, signed by Andrew Green, the man responsible for consolidating the 5 boroughs of New York into the city as we know it today, WITH Pictures of Old New York, 2 oblong folio portfolios of the companion prints, in matching bindings, one of copies of the "Autograph Memorial Edition de Luxe", a large paper edition.
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Dearborn and Co., ) (page images at Google). In one generation, New York was transformed into one of the great cities of the modern world. The causes and results of this change are emphasized by Edward K. Spann in The New book is a brilliant evocation of the years when a seaport town was lost and a great metropolis : Columbia University Press.
The Great Metropolis, a Mirror of New York: A Complete History of Metropolitan Life and Society, with Sketches of Prominent Places, Persons, and Things in the City, as They Actually Exist: Author: Junius Henri Browne: Publisher: American Publishing Company, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Length: Sven Beckerts The Monied Metropolis presents an illuminating look into the lives of New York Citys richest citizens from the s until the s.
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solicited reader input on the tchotchkes that best represent New York, Roberts’s book is a compact, yet thorough, history of the greatest city in. In this gallery, the objects that tell the story will include colorful recruitment posters for the Union army, the great, seldom-lent Thomas Nast painting of the departure of the 7th Regiment for the Front, rare original photographs of the great rally in Union Square on Apand the bullet-shattered coat of Lincoln’s young New York.
The great metropolis: a mirror of New York: a complete history of metropolitan life and society, with sketches of prominent places, persons and things in the city as they actually exist. Hartford Conn.: American Pub. Co., ARCHDIOCESE OF NEW YORK (NEO-EBORACENSIS).
See erected 8 April, ; made archiepiscopal 19 July, ; comprises the Boroughs of Manhattan, Bronx, and Richmond in the City of New York, and the Counties of Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, York; also the Bahama Islands (British Possessions); an area of square miles in New York and in the Bahama Islands.
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