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  • New York In The Snowby Vivienne Gucwa

    Octopus 2017; US$ 24.99

    The iconic city of New York is a bustling, heady metropolis that, thanks to the power of media, everyone in the world knows intimately, even if they've never been. But every once in a while it changes completely. At first a few flakes will fall, then more, and more. Hardened New Yorkers rush for warmth and, while they're absent, an amazing, glistening... more...

  • Campesinosby Chip Cooper; Julio Ángel Larramendi Joa; Chip Cooper; Julio Ángel Larramendi Joa; Robert Stevens; Reynaldo Gonzalez

    University of Alabama Press 2017; US$ 49.95

    Deep inside the soul of Cuba are the campesinos —the men and women who have always worked the countryside across the length and breadth of Cuba, away from cities, towns, and often villages. Resilient, resourceful, and proud, campesinos are the heart and soul of Cuba. The fruit of years of travel among Cuba’s less-known and little-explored rural communities,... more...

  • New York in Colorby Nichole Robertson

    Chronicle Books LLC 2017; US$ 10.99

    This photographic portrait of New York captures the city as never before, in a vibrant visual tour, color by color. From Staten Island Ferry orange to taxicab yellow, photographer and writer Nichole Robertson brings New York's quintessential shades into focus, seeking out the city's hiding-in-plain-sight treasures: bananas sold streetside for a dollar,... more...

  • Detroit: The Dream Is Nowby Michel Arnaud

    Abrams 2017; US$ 31.10

    Detroit: The Dream Is Now is a visual essay on the rebuilding and resurgence of the city of Detroit by photographer Michel Arnaud, co-author of Design Brooklyn . In recent years, much of the focus on Detroit has been on the negative stories and images of shuttered, empty buildings—the emblems of Detroit’s financial and physical decline. In contrast,... more...

  • Around Ford Cityby William L. Oleksak

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2008; US$ 12.99

    Ford City was once known as one of the fastest-growing communities in Pennsylvania. The Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company and the Ford China Company, both established by John B. Ford, made this town the destination of many United States citizens, as well as European immigrants searching for a new life of employment and prosperity. The vintage postcards... more...

  • Early Downtown Los Angelesby Cory Stargel; Sarah Stargel

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2009; US$ 12.99

    Growing south from the plaza where the city of Los Angeles was founded as a tiny pueblo in 1781, the area now known as downtown L.A. was first developed in the late 1800s as a residential neighborhood, complete with churches and schools. As the population surged at the turn of the 20th century, the downtown area was transformed into a busy business... more...

  • A Brief History of Smyrna, Georgiaby William P. Marchione

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2013; US$ 12.99

    The dynamic city of Smyrna, Georgia, situated a scant fifteen miles northwest of Atlanta, has a fascinating history. In July 1864, two significant battles were fought within the confines of present-day Smyrna as General Sherman's Federal juggernaut converged on the "Gateway City" of Atlanta. The town was incorporated in 1872 with a population of fewer... more...

  • Lowellby Richard P. Howe Jr.

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2015; US$ 12.99

    Lowell, Massachusetts, stands apart as an exceptional city. Bursting onto the scene in the 1820s, Lowell quickly became the workshop of America, powered by the mighty Merrimack River and staffed by tens of thousands of immigrants. Even as the mill era faded, people from around the world kept coming to live and work in Lowell. In the 1970s, community... more...

  • Cascade County and Great Fallsby Ken Robison

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2011; US$ 12.99

    Great Falls, on the Missouri River, began as a city of sun, water, and future. Long a crossroads for Native Americans, in 1805, the Lewis and Clark Expedition portaged the great falls of the Missouri. Early development combined electrical power from dams with mineral resources from nearby mountains to power smelters and refineries. The railroad stimulated... more...

  • Historic Cemeteries of Northern Virginiaby Charles A. Mills

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2015; US$ 12.99

    Northern Virginia�s cemeteries are time capsules reflecting the region�s 350 years of history. They offer a glimpse into the lives and fortunes of the famous, the infamous, and those who are remembered for loving their families, tending to their business, and quietly supporting their communities. There are some 1,000 cemeteries in Northern Virginia,... more...