New York Harbor

This elegant 11 x 17 inch print showcases the genteel beauty of New York City, along with the building-crushing grandeur of the Hudson Valley Horror. Comes with this description: “New York City Harbor in 1861 was a bustling commercial thoroughfare, with the confluence of the East and Hudson rivers forming a natural trading and transit area. Travel along the waterways also minimized the chances of an attack by the Hudson Valley Horror, pictured here wreaking havoc in lower Manhattan town.”

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