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.

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#113 Niblo's Garden 2010-10-08
#112 Archibald Gracie and His Mansion 2010-09-17
Subway Graffiti 1970-1989 2010-09-03
#110 New York City Subway, Part 2: By the Numbers (and Letters) 2010-08-20
#109 New York City Subway, Part 1: Birth of the IRT 2010-08-06
#108 Cable Cars, Trolleys and Monorails 2010-07-23
#107 New York's Elevated Railroads 2010-07-08
#106 Staten Island Ferry 2010-06-25
#105 The Newsboys Strike of 1899 2010-06-11
#104 CBGB & OMFUG 2010-05-28
#103: Case Files of the NYPD 2010-05-14
#102 Brighton Beach and Manhattan Beach 2010-04-30
#101 The Bronx Zoo 2010-04-16
#100 Robert Moses 2010-03-19
#99 Madison Square Garden 2010-02-19
#98 Manhattan Bridge 2010-02-05
#58 Delmonico's Restaurant 2010-01-29
#97 Trinity Church 2010-01-22
#96 The Cloisters and Fort Tryon Park 2009-12-25
#95 Tin Pan Alley 2009-12-11
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