Situated within half an hour of New York City, Westchester County is part of the most electrifying metropolitan area on earth - yet, set in one of the nation's most scenic river valleys, it possesses a quite beauty that clears the mind and nurtures the soul.
Westchester County explores this halcyon spot on the Hudson: the people, places, business and industries that have shaped it into the future.
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Robert A. Slayton earned a BA and Ph.D. in history from Northwestern. He has worked in research for the Chicago Urban League and is currently Associate Professor and Chair of the Chapman University History Department. His earlier books include Back of the Yards: The Making of a Local Democracy, New Homeless and Old: Community and the Skid Row Hotel, and Empire Statesman: The Rise and Fall of Al Smith.
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Book Description Cherbo Publishing Group, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1882933427
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