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Directory: New York City History

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Photo Credit: "Burgoyne's Surrender at Saratoga/Percy Moran,  Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA LC-USZC4-2912

The night school. Digital ID: 809623. New York Public Library


This is an excellent database resource, I highly recommend it




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Is One of Life's Greatest Thrills

  • Discover and Learn About New York City, New York State and United States History.
  • Meet extraordinary and exciting individuals who contributed their creative abilities to the making of this great nation.
  • Experience the World of New York Society. The social treadmill, the idleness of the rich, the power struggles among men and women of society, the financial crashes resulting from sudden reverses of fortune, all are here.
  • Witness the continual development, growth and survival of New York City as it meets its crucial challenges throughout the centuries and more.......

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The articles which I have transcribed to this website are from  newspapers and books, ensuring that they are from reliable, credible sources, as I scrutinize them for historical accuracy. The New York City Main Directory has circa 1700  articles that pertain to its early history and is a source of trustworthy information for researchers, historians, literary scholars, writers, historical societies and academic institutions. For  quick access to the table of contents for  these articles, CLICK HERE.


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