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Bronx River Bronx, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

The Bronx River divides the borough into two almost perfect parts, the eastern portion composed of the newer suburban and coastal zones, and the western portion formed of the more mountainous and urban areas. The Bronx River reflects quite well the history of the Bronx because before the annexation to New York City the towns that were in the area were not exactly on both sides of the river. Its name comes from Jonas Bronck, who in 1639 bought a stretch between the river that was once called Bronck’s River and the Harlem River.

The addition of the Bronx as it is today to New York City was done in two stages. In 1895 the fields to the east of the river were annexed, and in 1874 the areas to the west of the river were added. Approximately 24 miles of the Bronx River crosses the New York territory in the southwest covering a space of 38.4 square miles passing through Eastchester, Bronxville, Tuckahoe, and Edgemont. Throughout New York City, this river is the only freshwater river in existence.

The Bronx River creates a border between the cities of Mount Vernon and Yonkers by crossing the Bronx Zoo, Bronx Park and the New York Botanical Garden to the south, continuing its course through the Bronx neighborhoods and flowing into the north just at the end of the Bronx. Today, the river has become an attraction that offers a route to an exhibition of animals through a monorail. Also, it serves as a means of practicing the urban sport of canoeing.

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