The Hudson River Guidebook by Arthur G. AdamsThe Hudson River Guidebook by Arthur G. Adams

The Hudson River Guidebook

byArthur G. Adams

Paperback | January 1, 1996

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The first comprehensive guide to the Hudson since the works of Ernest Ingersoll were published in the early 1900s, this guidebook arrives to fill the need for a detailed, point-by-point guide to the river from its intersection with the Atlantic to its source in the Adirondacks. Adams offers his reader five routes by which to tour the region. The traveler can venture directly up the main steamboat channel, or choose road and rail routes on the east and west shores of the river. Maps for each route are included, together with suggestions for excursions to many points of local and historical interest along the way. Over 250 photographs and paintings, and excerpts from American authors pepper the book, giving multiple perspectives of the region's long history. For the armchair as well as the actual traveler, from the Abyssal Plain to Doodletown and Chevaux de-Frise, past Anthony's nose, Burden's ironworks, and the Saratoga Battle Field to the Hudson's source at Lake Tear of the Clouds - this is the perfect traveling guide to the Hudson River region, rich in its history and culture, and ever-plentiful in its breathtaking sights.
Arthur G. Adams is founding president of the Hudson River Maritime Center at Roundabout Landing in Kingston. In 1981, he was given a special award of merit for outstanding achievement in Regional Studies by the State University of New York. He is Executive Vice President of the Hudson River Navigation Company is trustee of the Victor H...
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Title:The Hudson River GuidebookFormat:PaperbackDimensions:430 pages, 11.25 × 8.75 × 0.11 inPublished:January 1, 1996Publisher:Fordham University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0823216802

ISBN - 13:9780823216802

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There is a renewed interest in the Hudson. People are again beginning to travel upon it, as well as along the roads that follow its banks. This book describes the river and shorelines point by point, with historical background.

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"Covering the river from end to end...chock-a-block with details, maps old and new, descriptions physical and historical, and photographs large and small."