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Chalking the sidewalks of Carrol Gardens

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on this spot: hills and forests
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proud creator of “this was once a hill”

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I liked when there’s wetlands 400 years ago and then there’s a totally different place and you have to draw the differences. –Camilo

I liked when we got to trace the path from where you walked. –Max

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overflowing with life

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I liked how we got to tell people that were walking on the sidewalk what type of landform it was 400 years ago. I liked their expressions. –Xavier

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I really liked when it was like we were in a village and we just automatically walked into wetland. I thought it was really fun because we went two or three blocks down and the whole entire space just totally was different, the land. It felt like we were on a different piece of land. It reminded me of how things are upstate. –Avrie

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I think it’s really sad because there used to be a lot of green 400 years ago and now there’s barely any. –Clementine

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how did we know what was here? We used a historical map!

I liked when we got to look at the maps and then draw with chalk what it said. –carma

I kind of liked looking on the map and finding out that we had just gone from forest and hills to a beautiful marsh. But it was really just sidewalks. –Lola

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