Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Harlem River Narrative

The Harlem River is a navigable straight, which means you are able to drive boats on it. It is called a straight because it has no source and no mouth. It is simply a body of water that connects two larger bodies of water. The straight is 8 miles long. The Harlem River seperates manhattan from the Bronx. The Harlem River connects the Hudson and East River making it a shipping shortcut to Long Island Sound.


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