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The Brooklyn Bridge was, for its time, the largest bridge in the world. Constructed largely underwater, this suspension bridge embodies engineering ingenuity in the era.
0:58 - Roebling, The Engineer
1:50 - How The Piers Were Built
3:21 - NYT Expedition Into A Caisson
5:01 - Caisson Disease
5:48 - Hanging The Suspension Rope
8:14 - The Bridge Completed
9:12 - Harper's Weekly Conclusion
Narrator & Editor - Dayton Aardema
Voiceover - Alaxander "Big Al" Newman
Harry Tally: Good Bye Sweet Old Manhattan Isle - Free Music Archive
Billy Murray: Take Me Back To New York Town - Free Music Archive
Billy Murray: The Streets of New York - Free Music Archive
Jockers Dance Orchestra: The Royal Vagabond - Free Music Archive
Early Film Footage - Library of Congress
Early Film Footage - Thomas A. Edison Inc.
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Ariel Video - Google Earth Studio (Degraded)
Photographs & Illustrations - Museum of the City of New York
Photographs & Illustrations - Library of Congress
Diagrams - Roebling, John & Roebling, Washington
Article - New York Times Archive
Article - Harper's Weekly
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