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The Illustrated Delaware River: the History of a Great American River

By Hal Taylor

Filled with 140 finely-crafted original drawings & paintings, this book is designed to guide readers as they explore the rich & diverse heritage of the historic Delaware River Valley. 140 color & b/w photos, 6x9 inches, 288 pgs.

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ISBN: 0-7643-4932-5

EAN: 978-0-7643-4932-4

Binding: Hardcover

Publish Date: 27/10/2015

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Filled with 140 finely-crafted original drawings and paintings, this book is designed to guide readers as they explore the rich and diverse heritage of the historic Delaware River Valley. This waterway that defines the common borders of the states of Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York has hosted some of the most monumental events in the history of the United States.

From its discovery by Henry Hudson over 400 years ago, to its crossing by George Washington during the Revolution, and through its course of over 330 miles, the Delaware River offers us much to learn. This entertaining guide introduces the reader to the events, places, and people that make the Delaware one of America's truly great rivers.

About the Author:
Hal Taylor
has been a graphic artist for more than 30 years. He has taught letterform design and typography at the college level, designed numerous type faces, and provided illustrations and design for many distinguished clients.

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Weight 1.6 lbs
Dimensions 6.2 × 1 × 9 in

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