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Notes

 

Introduction

 

Indian Names and Memories: Hume, Jessie Fremont. Indian Names and Memories. Excerpt from Foreword. History of the Rockaways From the Year 1685 to 1917. By Alfred H. Bellot. New York: Bellot’s Histories, Inc.  1917

 

College Point

 

The Park is on the side of: Lederer, Victor. College Point.South Caroline: Arcadia. 2004, p.30

 

Dead Horse Bay

 

Between 1859 and 1834 twenty-six: Miller, Benjamin. Fat of the Land: The Garbage of New York—The Last Two Hundred Years. New York: Four Walls Eight Windows. 2000

 

Gowanus

 

        Sponge Park: Dailey, Jessica, ‘Sponge Park To Start Soaking Up Pollution From the Gowanus Canal This Spring! Gowanus Canal Current State – Inhabitat New York City’ <http://inhabitat.com/nyc/gowanus-canal-sponge-park-could-transfrom-superfund-site-into-lush-green-space/gowanus-canal-2/?extend=1> [accessed 19 April 2012]

 

        dlandstudio:‘dlandstudio Sponge Park’ <http://spongepark.org/> [accessed 31 March 2013]

 

        The Gowanus Canal Conservancy: ‘Gowanus Canal Conservancy’ <http://www.gowanuscanalconservancy.org/ee/> [accessed 31 March 2013]

 

Newtown Creek

 

Prud’homme, Alex. The Ripple Effect, The Fate of Freshwater in the Twenty-First Century. New York: Scribner. 2011, pp. 15-31

 

Rockaways

 

Voices of the Past: Procter, Adelaide A. Poems of Adelaide A. Procter, Introd. Charles Dickens. New York: John B. Alden. 1883, p. 102

 

“Reckowacky” was originally: Bellot, Alfred H. History of the Rockaways From the Year 1685 to 1917. New York: Bellot’s Histories, Inc.  1917

 

        By the Early 1800’s: Lucev, Emil, ‘Rockaway | Www.rockawave.com | Wave of Long Island’ <http://www.rockawave.com/common/History/History.html> [accessed 10 July 2012]

 

“Versailles to the millions”: Lewis Mumford from the article by Jonathan Mahler, ‘How the Coastline Became a Place to Put the Poor’. The New York Times <http://mobile.nytimes.com/2012/12/04/nyregion/how-new-york-citys-coastline-became-home-to-the-poor.xml;jsessionid=961CA6E4131DAC3E8CB7312226AC636D?f=22> [accessed 4 December 2012]

 

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