The Charles

The Charles

A River Transformed

Book - 2004
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From the Colonia era through the industrial age and into modern times, the Charles River has been a prominent feature of the New England landscape and has undergone a series of dramatice changes. First the site of important Revolutionary battles, the Charles later became home to myriad commercial interests, including lumberyards, slaughterhouses, arsenals, and businesses. The Charles has long been the location of three prominent universities, but only recently has the river come to serve as a recreational and scenic haven for residents and visitors of Boston, Cambridge, Brookline, Watertown, and Newton. The 1970s landmark Clean Water Act did much to transform this much-used waterway into a lovely and popular spot for walking, jogging, cycling, boating, sailing, rowing, picnicking, swimming, fishing, and even windsurfing.
Publisher: Charleston, S.C. : Arcadia, [2004]
ISBN: 9780738535395
0738535397
Branch Call Number: F72.C46 M34 2004x
Characteristics: 96 p. : chiefly ill. ; 24 cm

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