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Boathouse Row

Waves of Change in the Birthplace of American Rowing by Dotty Brown

Around the world there are stretches of riverbank in cities that are home to collections of rowing clubs.

For some it is the only spot on which to perch, for others (such as Putney in London) a place for some to gather after formative years elsewhere. But Boathouse Row in Philadelphia is perhaps one of the best known, partly for its scale and setting, and partly because its existence is woven into the fabric of the city’s own growth and emergence on the East Coast of America. Its number of clubs and the architectural styles add weight to its pre–eminence as a rowing hub.

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