The Historical Atlas of New York City - Revised and Updated

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Revised and Updated!

The Historical Atlas of New York City is a full-color visual guide through four hundred years of Gotham’s rich past. In this second edition, learn about the city’s most pivotal moments including the initial settlement and the arrival of the United Nations in Turtle Bay in 1950, illustrating each with illuminating anecdotes, maps, and graphics. The charts, photographs, drawings, and mini-essays make this encyclopedic volume a New York Public Library Outstanding Reference Book.

This thoroughly revised edition brings the atlas up to the present with updated images and all-new layouts covering the 2000 census, Rudolph Giuliani’s New York and the rebirth of Forty-Second Street, and the rebuilding of Ground Zero.

By Eric Homberger. 11 x 8 ½ inches. 192 pages. Soft cover.