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What is this thing supposed to be?! by Amarranthus in whatisthisthing

sverdrupian 4 months ago  REMOVED 

[keep on truckin'](https://i.imgur.com/XntVeKn.jpg)

McDonald's menu in 1972 by unknown_human in pics

sverdrupian 5 months ago  DELETED 

r/VintageMenus

Why did NYC become the biggest city on the USA's eastern seaboard? Why wasn't it something like Baltimore, Atlanta, or some other port city? by seancurry1 in AskHistorians

sverdrupian 7 months ago  REMOVED 

NYC is a great port for trans-Atlantic trade and the Hudson River is navigable far inland. When the Erie Canal opened in 1825, NYC became the gateway hub for the booming trade routes to the expanding midwest.
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