Performers and Programs

Program Information

Program name: The Transportation Revolution of the 1800s
Program category: History
Other
Program length: 75 minutes
Audience level: All ages
Audience size: 5-100
Program description: The American transportation revolution made possible the expansion of trade and the way of life we know today. Join us as we learn about the Erie Canal and the great canal building era in the northeast, using the steam engine to power boats upstream and building of the early tolls roads in the new republic. We will discuss steam locomotives and the packet trade of regularly scheduled cargo and passenger ships sailing between Great Britain and the United States. Presenter: Rick Feingold teaches “The Building of America” at Bergen Community College and holds a degree in History from Rutgers University.
Space/special requirements: Equipment requirements: LCD projector. Presenter will provide laptop.
Travel restrictions:
Program fee: $201- $350
Is this fee negotiable? No
Mileage included? Yes
Notes about the fee:
Other notes: Presenter: Rick Feingold teaches “American Business History” at Bergen Community College and holds a degree in History from Rutgers University.
Regions this program
can be performed in:
Metro
Southeastern
Program last updated: 11/17/2017
   
Performer Information (see all of this performer's programs)
Performer name: Richard Feingold
Phone: 201-697-9152
Mailing address: 39 S. Dorchester Rd
Emerson, NJ 07630
E-mail address: rickfeingold@att.net
Website: http://https://www.facebook.com/RickFeingoldEvents/
   
Previous appearances at: Tappan Public Library, Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library, Goshen Library, Cornwall Library, Finkelstein (Spring Valley)Library
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Performer information last updated: 01/28/2019

 

Search: Capital, Central, Long Island, Metro, North Country, Rochester, South Central, Southeastern, Western, All of NY


Home Page | Resources | About this Site | Performer Login & Sign-Up | Help | Feedback

The Performers and Programs website is supported by Federal LSTA funds, awarded to the NYS Library. The NYS Library is a program of the Office of Cultural Education, NYS Education Department.