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What is a Harbor?
Our planet’s surface is mostly ocean !
Why?Why? Most of the world’s people live near the ocean!
Harbors connect us to oceans Harbors connect us to oceans. How?How?
Atlantic Ocean Boston Harbor Arms of land protect the harbor from the ocean A safe place to build a city
Islands = Shelter Islands = Protection Arms of Land
The Harbor Created Boston
The Boston Harbor when the first English settlers arrived, in 1630
Boston Changed the Harbor
Focus on the area inside the box the first Europeans arrive… Population: 150 Europeans
1795, as the new nation grows, so does Boston Population: 17,959
What is causing these changes, natural forces or people? 1852, Boston continues to expand… Population: 148,865
People changed the city and the harbor
Early 1800’s Technology
Keep an eye on South Boston… Population: 303,839
Advances in technology made transportation easier… Population: 793,455
What’s this? Late 1800s Technology
Watch Castle Island… Population: 793,455
Watch Governors and Apple Islands Population: 817,713
What happened here? Population: 801,444
1996, Boston Harbor Islands are designated as a National Park Population: 590,000
From 1630 to 1995 _____ years of change! 365
Harbors Connect us to Oceans. Harbors Create Cities. Cities Change Harbors.
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