GATEWAY TO THE WORLD: The Port of New York in Colour Photographs
The port of New York has been a center for trade since the eighteenth century, when it was involved in trade between Europe, Africa and North America. At the start of the twentieth century, the age of the ocean liner, and of mass emigration, made New York the busiest port in the world in 1910. This collection of colorful photos shows how the port has changed.
Item #: 3743632
GHOST WRITERS: The Hallowed Haunts of Unforgettable Literary IconsPaperbound$12.95 $16.95
NEW ENGLAND LEGENDS & FOLKLOREPaperbound$4.95 $14.99
RIVER OF CONFLICT, RIVER OF DREAMS: Three Hundred Years on the Upper MississippiPaperbound$4.95 $17.95
THE BIG BOOK OF MARYLAND GHOST STORIESPaperbound$14.95 $19.95