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         New York Geography:     more books (100)
  1. Countries (Discovering Geography (New York, N.Y.).) by David Stienecker, 1998-01
  2. A geography of the New York metropolitan region by Edward F Bergman, 1975
  3. The World (Discovering Geography (New York, N.Y.).) by David Stienecker, 1998-01
  4. A home geography of New York city by Gustave Straubenmuller, 2010-05-14
  5. Geography of New York; the state--the city by Floyd R Smith, Arthur C. b. 1873 Perry, 2010-09-06
  6. Measurements (Discovering Geography (New York, N.Y.).) by Fran Sammis, 1997-01
  7. The physical geography of New York state by Ralph S. 1864-1912 Tarr, E T. Turner, 2010-08-27
  8. The Geography of New York State (New York State Study)
  9. Geography of New York state
  10. Geography of New York by Albert Perry Brigham 1855-1932, 1921-12-31
  11. Cities and Towns (Discovering Geography (New York, N.Y.).) by Fran Sammis, 1998-01
  12. New York State (and New York City) geography, history, government by Michael Glassman, 1965
  13. Geography of the State of New York: Embracing Its Physical Features, Climate, Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, Zoology, History, Pursuits of the People, Government, ... Separate Description and Map of Each County. by Joseph H. Mather, 2009-04-27
  14. New York State and North America (Iroquois geography series) by George Ray Bodley, 1941

1. New York Geography - NETSTATE
Information about New York state geography, topography, and climate. Land formations, major rivers, geographic center of New York. The Land. The geography of New York is diverse.





The Geography of New York
Click here for a few definitions. Longitude / Latitude Longitude: 71° 47' 25" W to 79° 45' 54" W
Latitude: 40° 29' 40" N to 45° 0' 42" N Length x Width New York is 330 miles long and 283 miles wide. Geographic Center The geographic center of New York is located in Madison County, 12 miles S of Oneida and 26 miles SW of Utica. Borders New York borders Lake Erie Lake Ontario and Canada in the north. To the south, New York borders Pennsylvania New Jersey and the Atlantic Ocean Vermont Massachusetts , and Connecticut border New York to the east and Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, Canada and Pennsylvania are to the west. Total Area New York covers 54, 475 square miles. In size, New York ranks 27th compared with the other 50 states Land Area 48,708 square miles of New York are land areas. Water Area 7,251 square miles of New York are covered by water. New York is one of the wettest states. Highest Point The highest point in New York is Mount Marcy. Mount Marcy rises 5, 344 feet above sea level. Lowest Point The lowest point in New York is where New York meets the Atlantic Ocean; sea level.

2. New York: Geography, Maps And Information
Geography and maps of the state of New York. Advertisement. New York. Maps Geography and Data Cities
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Infoplease Atlas Map of New York
A large and detailed map of the state that includes many cities along with major highways. Blank Outline Map of New York
A free blank outline map to print out for educational, school, or classroom use. Merriam-Webster Map of New York
A fantastic clear and detailed map along with basic geographic facts from Merriam-Webster. Color Landform Atlas - New York
A dramatic and colorful relief map of the state - an outstanding display of the topography. Also includes a large 1895 map of the state.
Geography and Data
Infoplease - New York
A brief state history, famous residents, and a great collection of state facts make this page an excellent resource. - New York

3. Geography And Climate Of The 50 States
Geography and Climate information for each of the 50 states.Category Kids and Teens School Time Science The Earth Weather...... New Mexico geography New Mexico, new york geography New York, North Carolina geographyNorth Carolina, North Dakota geography North Dakota, Ohio geography Ohio.
Geography of the 50 States
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4. ROOTS-L New York: Geography
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5. NYGenWeb Main Page
A single entry point for all counties in the State of New York, where genealogical data and information Category Regional North America Society and Culture Genealogy...... new york geography. County Outline Map of New York Find out in whatcounty a town is located Changed New York Town Names New York
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6. New York Family History - New York Birth Records. New York Family Search Page.
, French's Gazetteer of new york geography, geology, and general historyof New York. •, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol.

7. CultureGrams States Edition New York Geography
New York The Empire State Established 1788, 11th State, Geography.When the glaciers melted they left more than four thousand lakes

8. Geography Of New York
geography of new york. Page (If you don't know the county, check out New YorkGeography below and the Unknown County site) View Our of

9. New York State Historical Maps
SUNY at Stony Brook offers a collection of historical maps of new york State with an emphasis on the colonial period. 1775 John Montresor, A Map of the Province of new york Courtesy of the Library of Congress, geography and Map Division.
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New York State Historical Maps
By David Yehling Allen This page is still under development. Additional images may be added from time to time. For more information about this project contact the compiler at
List of maps in chronological order. Click on date to view map.
Giacomo di Gastaldi, [New France]. Courtesy of the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University. Samuel de Champlain, Carte de la nouvelle France Willem Janszoon Blaeu, Nova Belgica et Anglia Nova . Courtesy of the John Brown Carter Library at Brown University. [Joan Vinckeboons?], Manhatus gelegen op de Noot Rivier . Detail of a facsimile from the Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division. Nicholaes Visscher, Novi Belgii Novaeque Angliae . Courtesy of the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University. Francesco Bressani, Nova Frencia accurata delineato (western sheet). National Library of Canada. Robert Ryder

10. New York State Geography
new york State geography. So you want to know about new york?
New York State Geography
So you want to know about New York? Here are some highlights! Also check out the links to other sites about New York.
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Key Facts
Top of Page Population (1994): 18,169,000 (3rd in size) State size: 49,108 square miles (30th in size) State Capital: Albany (named for King James II of England, who at the time was Duke of York and Albany). Major cities: Albany, Buffalo, New York City, Rochester, Syracuse and Yonkers Admission to union: The 11th State Date entered the union: July 26, 1788 Origin of state name: Named for James, Duke of York and Albany, who received the land from his brother King Charles II of England. Nicknames: The Empire State Bordering states: Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, with Canada to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. State bird: Bluebird State flower: Rose State tree: Sugar Maple Motto: Ever Upward
Geographic Landmarks
Top of Page New York City is a major focal point for arts and culture in the United States.

11. Digital Atlas Of New York City By William A. Bowen
new york City maps, new york City atlas, Ethnic Groups, Racial Groups, Poverty, Income, Education, Population, Census maps, Commuter maps, Family maps, Manhattan maps, Brooklyn maps, new york maps DIGITAL ATLAS OF. new york CITY. Professor William A. Bowen Robert Provin, Chief Technician Department of geography. Principal Map Topics

Professor William A. Bowen
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without the author's written consent. Those wishing to use atlas materials for such
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Professor William Bowen
Department of Geography California State University, Northridge Northridge, California 91330

12. SUNY Albany Department Of Geography And Planning - Welcome!
Department of geography and Planning, State University of new york at Albany, A bidisciplinarydepartment covering geography and Planning, two closely-related

13. Main Content Page Of Module 5: Environmental Warfare
Analysis of environment pre/post war by professor Paul R. Baumann, Department of geography, State University of new york.

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Collection of short reports and images about the natural history of the region, particularly its beaches.
A "Bite" of the Big Apple
This web site is a collection of short reports and image libraries about the natural history of the New York Bight region. The goal of this project is to provide basic information about the beaches scattered throughout the New York Bight, emphasizing those within Gateway National Recreation Area (New York and New Jersey). Each web page linked to this report carries a theme related to the topics listed below. The web pages can be followed in a chronological order by clicking on the NEXT PAGE web link on the bottom of each page. But first...
Check out the "new stuff..." A Brief Geologic History of Raritan Bay. "Lost Culture..."
A bight is a general term for a bend or curve in the shoreline of an open coast. In the New York region it refers to the great expanse of shallow ocean between Long Island (to the north and east) and the New Jersey Coast (to the south and west). Because Long Island trends generally east to west in relation to mainland of New Jersey it creates a great right angle in the general geometry of the Atlantic coastline. The Hudson River's outer harbor and the Raritan Bay (shown in the image above) constitute only a fraction of the greater New York Bight region. INTRODUCTION to the physiography and geologic history of the New York Bight region. Links include:

16. Paul Halsall/Fordham University/Medieval New York Guide
geography and maps of new york City, from your Guide Zoom in and out with this MapQuest map. geography and Data. new york City Travelogue
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The city of New York is a great creation of modern American culture, but to the eyes of a medievalist the histories of the European, Byzantine, and Islamic Middle Ages are documented in its streets and buildings:
  • In the museums of the city we find a wealth of artistic, manuscript and architectural objects from the middle ages. In New York's buildings we can trace the history of medieval architecture. The ethnic and religious communities which make up the city have preserved, and in some cases developed, religious and cultural tradition which had their roots in medieval societies. The contrast between "medieval" and "modern" cannot be taken as absolute - elements of medieval technology survived until the Industrial Revolution [and later], and can be seen in the Colonial heritage of New York.
After reading through the contents of this site, you will have little doubt about just how deeply, and in how many different ways, the European middle ages permeate New York's life. Far from being a matter of antiquarianism, without some knowledge of the middle ages, it is hardly possible to understand the city and its culture.

17. Rutgers Geography Department
The Rutgers Department of geography was inaugurated on April 6, 1949, although geography had been taught in one form or another since the beginning of the University as Queen's College in 1766. Simeon DeWitt, one of the first graduates of Queen's College, became a geographer for the Revolutionary Army and subsequently for the State of new york, where he was responsible for surveying and mapping much of the classical placename belt in the west-central portion of that state.
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Short collection of images of fossils collected from Rockaway Beach (Queens, NY), Staten Island, and Sandy Hook (NJ).
This web page is a short collection of images of fossils collected from Rockaway Beach (Queens, NY), Staten Island, and Sandy Hook (NJ). The conclusion that some of these items are actually of antiquity is purely subjective.
Taphonomy is the study of how (and why) fossils are preserved. Modern geologic processes can take practically any bone or shell material and give it a "fossil" appearance. For instance, modern shells commonly become attached to iron debris (shipwrecks, bottle tops, etc.) as seawater reacts with the iron to form rust. In addition, shell accumulations in the highest tidal range are subjected to frequent wetting and drying by rain or highest tides. This infrequent wetting of shell material causes calcite and aragonite to dissolve and then precipitate as microcrystalline calcite cement upon drying. These processes that cement modern shell material are essentially the same processes that helped to preserve shells and organic remains as fossils in the geologic past. Several additional important geologic processes related to fossils should also be noted. First, vertebrate bones and teeth consist of porous apatite (a calcium phospate mineral). When exposed to seawater minerals precipitate within pores and ion substitution replaces some of the spaces within the aragonite mineral lattice. The net result is that bone material tends to become darker in color, harder, and more brittle with time (if it isn't eaten or dissolved in organic acids in the sediment first!).

19. New York City Maps, Geography And Information - Geography
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New York City
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Digital Atlas of New York City
Professor William Bowen's atlas of demographic data. Includes population, income, commuters, and more. Map of New York City
A large (865K!) map from the PCL Map Collection. Map of New York City
Zoom in and out with this MapQuest map.
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New York City Travelogue
See photos and read about your Guide's exciting trip to the Big Apple. New York City for Visitors
This site will provide you with a plethora of information about New York. NYC Link The city's official site; an excellent resource. Subscribe to the Geography Newsletter Name Email
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