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Bellevue from the waterfront, 1879. Proximity to the shoreline — which once gave the original mansion here that 'belle vue' — was key in the early years of ...

The Bowery Boys: New York City History podcast celebrates its FOURTH ANNIVERSARY this week! And we're using the occasion to debut a trilogy of summer ...

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The hospital always had a morgue — its mortality rate, after all, was quite high in the 1830s-40s — but in 1866, it expanded to become New York City's first ...

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The startling history of Bellevue Hospital, beyond the horror stories, the last resort for the New York unwanted

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How well can you do on this New York history trivia quiz — from 1914? Prepare to be a little frustrated.

America's first World War I memorial sits in Battery Park, giving New Yorkers the time of day

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Visit the glorious High Bridge, New York's tribute to the ancient world - The Bowery Boys: New York City History

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New York was hundreds of miles from the Union battle lines during the Civil War, but not a single citizen could walk the streets in 1862 without a constant ...

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The Origin of Broadway: The Story of a Street

Doctor Alice, the Saks heiress, and the accidental nanny: Fascinating New York women who survived the TItanic

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Naturally, many Episcopalians were not too thrilled having their church associated with a tavern just a couple blocks from the Bowery.

Where golf balls fly: Pier 59 at Chelsea Piers

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New York City just opened up its New Amsterdam records, including Peter Stuyvesant's rules for drinking responsibly

The neon bible: A chat with 'New York Neon' author Thomas E. Rinaldi about the city's most stylish signs

Even in 1650, small skiffs such as Dircksen's ferry would have had to dodge large

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Absolutely Flawless: A History of Drag in New York - The Bowery Boys: New York City History

The cocaine fiends of the Gilded Age: New York stages an intervention for its over-the-counter drug problem - The Bowery Boys: New York City History

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Knickerbocker Hospital: An inspiration for Cinemax's The Knick

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Bellevue from the waterfront, 1879. Proximity to the shoreline — which once gave the original mansion here that 'belle vue' — was key in the early years of ...

The Bowery Boys: New York City History: The startling history of Bellevue Hospital, beyond the horror stories, the last resort for the New York unwanted

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The Bowery Boys: New York City History podcast celebrates its FOURTH ANNIVERSARY this week! And we're using the occasion to debut a trilogy of summer ...

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The Bowery, New York, 1900. Courtesy Library of Congress

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Sperry's Garden on Bowery Lane, 1801. Courtesy The New York Public Library

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