Along the Ohio (Creating the North American Landscape)
2000·Baltimore and London
by Borowiec, Andrew
Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000. Softcover. VG. Siena & white & illus. wraps, 132 pp., 80 duotone illus. American photographer Andrew Borowiec (b. 1956) explores the cultural landscape of the length of the Ohio River, from its formative in Pittsburgh to its confluence with the Mississippi at Cairo, Illinois. "The pictures concentrate on the common scenes of everyday life and work, especially in the small, mostly blue-collar towns along the Ohio. While taking these photographs, Borowiec says, he came to realize that 'the region's story was central to America's evolution from colonial wilderness to industrial superpower.'" (back cover) A worthy trip to tag along on.
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