<p>The tides of American history lead through the streets of New York City &mdash; from the huddled masses on Ellis Island&nbsp;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.&nbsp;</p>


Title Date published
#321 Lauren Bacall ... At Home At The Dakota Apartments 2020-04-21
#320 Hart Island: The Loneliest Place in New York 2020-04-17
#319 The Tale of Charging Bull and Fearless Girl 2020-04-14
#318 Moonstruck: That's Amore! 2020-04-10
#317 Vaccinated: New York and the Polio Outbreak 2020-04-07
#316 Jenny Lind at Castle Garden 2020-04-03
#315 Abandoned Pantheon: The Hall of Fame for Great Americans 2020-03-31
#314 Tillie Hart - The Holdout of London Terrace 2020-03-27
#313 The Straw Hat Riots of 1922 2020-03-24
#312 Has Jack the Ripper Come to Town? A Gilded Age Hysteria 2020-03-20
#311 Uprising: The Shirtwaist Strike of 1909 2020-03-06
#310 1918: The Harlem Hellfighters 2020-02-21
#309 What Gets Saved? Landmarks & Historic Districts Explained 2020-02-07
#308 Andrew Carnegie and New York's Public Libraries 2020-01-23
#307 The Holland Tunnel: The Wonder of the Jazz Age 2020-01-10
#306 Just Desserts: The Origins of New York Cheesecake, Cannoli and More 2019-12-26
#305 Christmas in New York: The Lights of Dyker Heights 2019-12-12
#304 The Miracle on Eldridge Street 2019-11-28
#303 Building Stuyvesant Town: A Mid-Century Controversy 2019-11-15
#302 Gangs of New York (Bowery Boys Movie Club) 2019-11-01

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