Tocqueville in Newburgh
Tocqueville and Beaumont visited Newburgh on their way through the Hudson River valley from New York City July 1831. Mr. Lange talked about the Hudson River area in the 1830s, especially the role of steamboat travel in the region at that time.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Lange, Allyne Curator Hudson River Maritime Museum
- Splaine, John E. Associate Professor University of Maryland, College Park->Education
- Ketcham, Lew Host C-SPAN
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