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Hudson River Tide Charts

Tide charts on the Hudson River are hard to come by on the Internet these days. Seems there is little federal funding for this currently. We've found charts for several Hudson River cities, but the list is by no means complete.

These tide charts are generated by the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of South Carolina, using data provided by U.S. Bureau of Census. This site loads slowly at times, so we'll save you the trouble and offer these links directly to the pages on that site for Hudson River tides.

We've programmed the search for the next seven days of tides. For the graph version, we programmed it for the next four days to improve the readability of the graph. Be advised that the graph form takes slightly longer to load. Once you are connected to the University South Carolina site, you can adjust the dates of your search, if necessary.

Albany - graph form

Troy - graph form

Hudson - graph form

Poughkeepsie - graph form

Newburgh - graph form

Peekskill - graph form

Haverstraw - graph form

Ossining - graph form

Tarrytown - graph form

Dobbs Ferry
Dobbs Ferry - graph form

George Washington Bridge
George Washington Bridge - graph form

Sunday Scholar Series: The Civil War and the American Spirit

Sunday Scholar Series: The Civil War and the American Spirit

Sunday, November 20, 2016 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Sunday Scholar Series: The Civil War and the American Spirit
Music, the Civil War, and American Memory Dr. Lawrence Kramer focuses on music from the Civil War through the Vietnam War as well as Walt Whitman’s collection of Civil War poems, Drum-Taps, which is steeped in musical language. It is a clear departure from the heroic war narratives that defined epic poetry passed down to us from ancient Greece. Composer and musicologist Lawrence Kramer, Distinguished Professor English and Music at Fordham University, discusses the stirring music we associate with America’s Wars on November 20. Author of numerous books and articles about music, he edits the journal Nineteenth-Century Music, and the new edition of Walt Whitman’s Drum-Taps.

Hudson River Museum 511 Warburton Ave Yonkers, NY 10701

Contact: 914-963-4550


Free with Museum admission: $6 Adults; $3 Youth 3-18; $4 Seniors and Students with ID. Free for children under 3 and members.

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