The Long Island Sound: A History of Its People, Places, and Environment
NYU Press, 2004 - 267 strani
Spanning the shores of Connecticut and Long Island, New York, the Long Island Sound is one of the most picturesque places in North America. From the discovery of the Sound in 1614, to the adventures of Captain Kidd, to the sinking of the Lexington in the sound in 1840, the Long Island Sound also holds a unique place in American history.
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First published in 1974 as The American Mediterranean, this volume has been revised and updated with a new preface and a new last chapter. Extensively researched and accessibly written, this book is ... Celotno mnenje