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Thread: New York City 1609

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    New York City 1609

    Part of this website is being worked on, but Eric Sanderson's presentation is very interesting.

    Last edited by nivosum; 07-18-2014 at 09:07 PM.

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    yes! This was so very interesting. Recently an acquaintance showed some 100+ yr old photos of my little town..so very interesting, to see how things changed. Also gave meaning & understanding to the names of the areas within the town. Living in cities and maybe living in areas with nature? I have 6 children, 2 of them LOVE the city and could not survive the country setting. Interesting.

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