7 edition of Building New York"s sewers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-217) and index.
|Statement||Joanne Abel Goldman.|
|Series||History of technology series, History of technology series (West Lafayette, Ind.)|
|LC Classifications||HD4479.N7 G65 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||96027706|
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Ack, this book is dull. It is very thorough, excellent research, meticulous detail on the subject. But the subject is deadly boring. It is about New York City's desire and complications in building the sewers in the nineteenth century/5(2).
Get this from a library. Building New York's sewers: developing mechanisms of urban management. [Joanne Abel Goldman] -- Offering a unique perspective on the conditions, constraints, and concerns of city government during the first half of the nineteenth century, Goldman investigates the links between decision making.
This wide-ranging study offers a unique perspective to examine the conditions, constraints, and concerns of city government during the first half of the nineteenth century. Decisions concerning wastewater disposal in New York City reflect nineteenth-century notions of disease, the environment, and city responsibility.
As new theories of disease raised concern over public health and urban. This wide-ranging study offers a unique perspective to examine the conditions, constraints, and concerns of city government during the first half of the nineteenth century.
Decisions concerning wastewater disposal in New York City reflect nineteenth-century notions of disease, the environment, and city responsibility. The decision to construct a comprehensive sewer system was a complex one Author: Keith D.
Revell. Building New York's Sewers: Developing Mechanisms of Urban Management (Hardback) List Price: $ Use code ‘Purdue Press’ at checkout to receive 10% off. Explosive growth in the early s forced New York to finally confront its sanitation problems.
Inafter years of haphazard planning and a series of deadly cholera outbreaks, the city started systematically building sewers. Between andNew York laid 70 miles of sewers.
The book explores the process by which New York City came to construct a sewer system to discharge wastewater during the 19th century. The complexity inherent in the construction, maintenance, and management of New York City's system arose as a consequence of the decision to integrate the functions of water supply and wastewater disposal.
Published Nov. 22, Updated Nov. 25, 阅读简体中文版 閱讀繁體中文版. Disappearing Earth. By Julia Phillips. In the first chapter of this assured debut novel, two young girls. For more on the earlier decades of New York's sewer systems, see Building New York's Sewers: The Evolution of Mechanisms of Urban Development by Joanne Abel Goldman, published by the Purdue University Press.
The age of New York's system means that it is a combined sewer system in which rainwater and septic waste flow into the same system of pipes.
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Whenever New York witnesses torrential downpours, the city's untreated waste water usually ends up in the waterways, posing serious health risks. Now the city's environmental officers have thought of a plan to treat the bacteria in sewage- pouring chlorine into sewers leading to.
The City New York’s Master Builders “Rather like an aging samurai or a 19th-century empire builder who has lived past his time, Robert Moses. Deep below the streets of New York City lie its vital organs—a water system, subways, railroads, tunnels, sewers, drains, and power and cable lines—in a vast, three-dimensional tangle.
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