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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#323 The Bowery Wizards: A History of Tattooed New York 2020-04-28
#322 Nickelodeons and Movie Palaces: New York and the Film Industry 1893-1920 2020-04-24
#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

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