“It was in this primary role that Lusitania backed away from her pier into the Hudson River just after noon on May 1, 1915, and steamed down through New York harbor to begin her 202nd voyage across the Atlantic.”
“He saw that the extension of the Harlem was not advisable, and so secured the Hudson River Railroad, running from New York to Albany, and became its president in 1865.”
“In 1867, two years after Mr. Vanderbilt had acquired the Hudson River Railroad, he secured the control of the New York Central, which ran from Albany to Buffalo.”
“Two days later, the British sloop of war the Vulture sailed up the Hudson River into the highlands and anchored in Haverstraw Bay, four miles south of Stony Point.”
“Spit flew when he spoke, and when he laughed we got a view of half-chewed food as expansive as the Hudson River outside the window behind us.”
“The word in Russian is Goodzon, which must sound funny to Robert, as if the Hudson River were a good zone in the middle of the otherwise rotten place.”
“Here is something extra good from the Hudson River Chronicle, of Sing Sing.”
“Washington: It is thought advisable to form a junction of the French and American armies upon the North Hudson River as soon as possible, and move down to the vicinity of New York, to be ready to take advantage of any opportunity which the weakness of the enemy may afford.”
“Hogarth's sequences or the before-and-after paintings of the nineteenth-century Hudson River School.”
“At that time Jay Gould was fighting Vanderbilt for control of the Erie Railroad, in a lusty footnote to industrial history in which Gould and his men were forced to flee across the Hudson River in a rowboat, and barricaded themselves in a New Jersey hotel.”
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