The tides of American history lead through the streets of New York City — from the huddled masses on Ellis Island to the sleazy theaters of 1970s Times Square. The elevated railroad to the Underground Railroad. Hamilton to Hammerstein! Greg and Tom explore more than 400 years of action-packed stories, featuring both classic and forgotten figures who have shaped the world.


Title Date published
#277 The New York Comedy Scene: A Marvelous History 2018-11-30
#276 Murder on Bond Street: Who Killed Dr. Burdell? 2018-11-16
#275 Return to Tin Pan Alley: Saving American Music History 2018-11-01
#274 Ghost Stories of Hell's Kitchen 2018-10-19
#273 Peter Stuyvesant and the Fall of New Amsterdam 2018-10-05
#272 Life in New Amsterdam 2018-09-20
#271 Counter Culture: Diners, Automats, and Luncheonettes in New York 2018-09-07
#270 Heaven on the Hudson: A History of Riverside Park 2018-08-23
#269 Harry Houdini and the Golden Age of Magic in New York 2018-08-09
#268 The Astonishing Saga of the Atlantic Cable 2018-07-26
#267 Broadway: The Story of a Street 2018-07-13
#266 New York City during the Revolutionary War (1776-1783) 2018-06-29
#265 Absolutely Flawless: A History of Drag in New York City 2018-06-15
#264 The Landmarks of Coney Island 2018-06-01
#263 Ebbets Field and the Glory Days of the Brooklyn Dodgers 2018-05-18
#262 Secrets of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine 2018-05-04
#261 The Huddled Masses: Emma Lazarus and the Statue of Liberty 2018-04-20
#260 Journey to Grey Gardens: A Tale of Two Edies 2018-04-06
#259 Crossing to Brooklyn: How the Williamsburg Bridge Changed New York 2018-03-23
#258 Tales from Tribeca History 2018-03-16

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