The New York Subway System

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Lucent Books, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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Beneath the busy streets of New York City, the most populous urban center in America, lies the longest underground transportation system in the world. Its tunnels extend throughout all five boroughs to a combined length of 722 miles.

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How can a book, about a subject that I find fascinating, be such a chore to read? There were some interesting facts discussed in this book, but the way it was written reminded me of those dull school filmstrips from the '70's. Ugh! Read full review

Review: The New York Subway System (Building History Series)

User Review  - Goodreads

How can a book, about a subject that I find fascinating, be such a chore to read? There were some interesting facts discussed in this book, but the way it was written reminded me of those dull school filmstrips from the '70's. Ugh! Read full review

Contents

Foreword
6
Chapter
30
Chapter Three
50
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Series editor Tim McNeese is associate professor of history at York College in York, Nebraska. He earned an associate's degree from York College, a B.A. in history and political science from Harding University, and an M.A. in history from Missouri State University. He has published more than 100 books and educational materials in the past 20 years, on everything from the founding of Jamestown to the lives of Spanish painters. His writing has earned him a citation in the library reference work Contemporary Authors. In 2006, McNeese appeared on the History Channel program Risk Takers/History Makers: John Wesley Powell and the Grand Canyon.

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