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
#193 St. Mark's Place: Party in the East Village! 2015-10-30
#192 Haunted Landmarks of New York 2015-10-16
#191 The Great Fire of 1776 2015-10-02
#190 The Curious Case of Typhoid Mary 2015-09-18
#189 TAXI: History of the New York City Taxicab 2015-09-04
#188: The Murder of Stanford White 2015-08-06
#187: Super City: New York and the History of Comic Books 2015-07-24
#186 Hell's Kitchen: New York's Wild West 2015-07-09
#185 Adventures on Governors Island 2015-06-26
#184 The Flatiron Building: A Story from Three Sides 2015-06-11
#183 Orchard Street: Life in the Lower East Side 2015-05-29
#182 Mae West: "Sex" on Broadway 2015-05-15
#181 Park Slope and the Story of Brownstone Brooklyn 2015-05-01
#180 The Chelsea Piers and the Age of the Ocean Liner 2015-04-17
#179 The Fight for Bryant Park 2015-04-03
#178: The Crystal Palace: America's First World's Fair 2015-03-20
#177 The Big History of Little Italy 2015-02-20
#176 Billie Holiday's New York 2015-01-23
#175 Bowery Boys 2014 Year In Review 2014-12-25
#174 American Kicks: A History of the Rockettes 2014-12-12

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