The Hudson River Highlands
Columbia University Press, 1991 - 264 pages
Discusses the area's folklore and history, its portrayal in art, the role of West Point as a gateway to America, and the creation of Bear Mountain Park.
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General Washingtons Stronghold
West Point First Stop on the American Tour
Landscape and Dreamscape Hudson River Painters and Knickerbocker Writers
The Foundry at Cold Spring
The Landscape Garden The Landscapes and Architecture of AJ Downing
The Great Outdoors Bear Mountain Park Conservation and Social Welfare
American aqueduct artists Bear Mountain beauty became began bridge British building built called Catskill Catskill Aqueduct century Cold Spring Commission concern conservation construction continued Cornwall Courtesy created Downing engineering established Falls federal feet fish forest formed foundry garden ground Harriman hearings Highlands hills historic Hudson Highlands Hudson River idea important industry interest Island issue known land landscape later lived look miles million Morgan moved natural Nose offered opening Osborn paintings Palisades Park passed plant power plant preservation President proposed railroad road Robert rock romantic scene scenery Scenic Hudson School showing side Society soon Storm King Stuyvesant Fish summer supply trees tunnel turn Valley Washington West Point writers wrote York York City