The Brooklyn Bridge and the Gilded Age
The Brooklyn bridge represented the growth and might of the industrial age, and the coming of age of the United States, and its largest city.
|The Brooklyn bridge represented the growth and might of the industrial age, and the coming of age of the United States, and its largest city. There is much that can be said of the Brooklyn bridge, but, marvel that it is, it also represented the novel challenges of an era of massive change, many contradictions, and magnificent architecture.
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