In the tradition of Dorothea Lange and Robert Frank, an
eye-opening portrait of the rise and fall of the American working
class, and a shockingly intimate visual history of Troy, New York
that arcs over five hundred years—from Henry Hudson to the
industrial revolution to a group of contemporary young women as
they grow, survive, and love.
Welcome to Troy, New York. The land where mastodon roamed, the
Mohicans lived, and the Dutch settled in the... more...