From the text:
"I found that in the end it was little use to mourn over the past, except to remind myself of the virtues I needed in the present. Almost all the land in the boroughs has now been ploughed over and sown with a human crop. From Fort Totten to Tottenville and from Rockaway to Riverdale is now a patchwork quilt of fields, where are growing the men and women of the future. Here they are being born, and here they will live and die and be buried. Most of us would rather visit Manhattan, but that is not a place where men are born or buried much anymore; for that one looks to places such as Staten Island."
An edition of 250
Date: October 2010
Binding: Saddle-stitch with archival thread, dust-jacket, foldout map
Papers: Canson Mi-Teintes, Fabriano Murillo, Mohawk Pegasus, Neenah Environment
Size: 6.25" x 8.5"