ENGL 1101: Fire, Disease, Disaster: Catastrophe and the Shaping of Public Space

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    julie001
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    Going to the Brooklyn Historical Society was a big eye opener for me. I myself barely know Brooklyn, I’m just a Queen’s gal. Hearing all this history about Brooklyn and having it surround me was a bit overwhelming. From photos to the vast letter s, then seeing old atlas’ it was an endless amount of knowledge right in front of me. I love how so much information can come from looking at a few documents. I was able to see into the past at a architectural and intellectual standpont.

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    Prof. Gold
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    Thank you for posting! Can you try to post on the blog (http://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/firedisease/)? Please do give it a chance. In the meantime, I’ll just say that I’m very happy to hear that you enjoyed getting close to some Brooklyn history!

    — Prof. Gold

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