– A BUSY DAY IN NEW YORK HARBOR – 1930s…The spectacular sight of 358,274 tons of shipping docked in New York Harbour. From front to back, the liners are the Hamburg, the Bremen, the Columbus, the De Grasse, the Normandie, the Britannic, the Aquitania, the Conte de Savoia, the Fort Townsend and the Monarch of Bermuda.
6/17/1885 Statue of Liberty arrives in New York Harbor http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/statue-of-liberty-arrives-in-new-york-harbor?et_cid=76714809&et_rid=1213276648&linkid=http%3a%2f%2fwww.history.com%2fthis-day-in-history%2fstatue-of-liberty-arrives-in-new-york-harbor
The Hermione Sails Into New York Harbor, Cannons Blazing - The New York Times After passing Governors Island, the Hermione sent a round of cannon blasts echoing off the buildings of Lower Manhattan Credit Richard Perry/The New York Times
James Edward Buttersworth American/British, 1817-1894 The Phillip R. Paulding in New York Harbor with Castle Clinton in...
Lower New York Harbor. Limited edition print of an original painting by Matte Stephens
Lower New York Harbor. Limited edition print of an by matteart (Art & Collectibles, Prints, Giclee, Matte Stephens, gouache, New York, Harbor, Manhattan, NYC, ship, bridge, cars, city scape, Statue of Liberty, reproduction, fine art print)
The Compleat Traveller: Touring New York Harbor
40 free things to do in New York City
Staten Island Ferry ~ Everyone wants to see the Statue of Liberty. Ferry tours there start at $12. But the Staten Island Ferry for commuters, cutting across the New York Harbor, is absolutely free and has long held the distinction as the single greatest free attraction on the Eastern Seaboard. Around since 1905, the ferry carries 19 million across the harbor each year. Technically for transport in between Staten Island and Manhattan, most visitors simply hop back on to get back to New York.
The Hermione Sails Into New York Harbor, Cannons Blazing