Publication Date: January 2010
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In 1773, visitors to Boston were heavily discouraged, especially if they were British Redcoats. Nowadays, the city welcomes over 10 million tourists a year. Sightseers flock to the Freedom Trail, where they can visit the site of the fabled Boston Tea Party and Old State House, where the Declaration of Independence was read in public for the first time in 1776.
About the "America" series:
As expansive as America itself, this outstanding series captures outstanding views of panoramic landscapes, brilliant city skylines, and picturesque communities. Each volume focuses on a city or state and features 96 pages and 70 stunning images by internationally renowned photographers, plus descriptive captions.
Founded in 1977, Whitecap Books has grown to become one of the top ten Canadian-owned book publishing and distribution companies. During the 1970s and early 1980s Whitecap made a name for itself as Canada's foremost producer of full-color gift and coffee table books on Canadian provinces, cities, and natural wonders. The company continues to publish in this area and has launched a 27-book series on Canada and 36 books in the America Series.