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Old Map of New York United States of America 1851 by John Tallis Featured Hamilton Print

Old Map of New York United States of America 1851 by John Tallis

This is a most attractive yet detailed plan 1851 by John Tallis of New York and districts of Jersey, Panovia, Hoboken, Brooklyn and Williamsburgh in the U.S.A. The numerous, identified ferries are flourishing with increasing traffic across the Hudson and East River, the great bridges have not yet arrived. Many individual docking ports and Packets are named. The plan of New York has been beautifully finished with six illustrations. To the top of the plan a view towards Brooklyn with sailing boats and steamers. To the top right City Hall and the Custom House. At the bottom a panoramic view across to New York from Williamsburg and a view of the Narrows from Fort Hamilton. There is New York Steamer to the top left

Trees at dusk on Sagamore Hill in Hamilton, Massachusetts, USA Featured Hamilton Print

Trees at dusk on Sagamore Hill in Hamilton, Massachusetts, USA

Sunset or sundown is the daily disappearance of the Sun below the western half of the horizon, i.e. at an azimuth greater than 180 degrees, as a result of Earths rotation. As a ray of white sunlight travels through the atmosphere to an observer, some of the colors are scattered out of the beam by air molecules and airborne particles, changing the final color of the beam the viewer sees. Because the shorter wavelength components, such as blue and green, scatter more strongly, these colors are preferentially removed from the beam. Sunset colors are typically more brilliant than sunrise colors, because the evening air contains more particles than morning air

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Whiskey Rebellion Featured Hamilton Print

Whiskey Rebellion

Pennsylvania tax rebels tar and feather a federal tax collector during the Whiskey Rebellion, Pennsylvania, 1794. The Whiskey Rebellion was a reaction to the excise tax of 1791 introduced by Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton. Settlers in Pennsylvania counties west of the Alleghenies, who were mainly of Scotch-Irish descent, relied on whiskey for their livelihood and considered the tax to be discriminatory. Protests and eventually riots broke out in 1794 against the enforcement of the law. The rebellion was quashed by troops issued to the area by President George Washington and several arrests were made

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