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Definition of Riot, Mob and Crowd

Understanding Causes and Consequences of Riots
 
The Negro Riot of 1712

The New York Conspiracy-1741

The Riot of 1764 and The Stamp Act Riot-1765

The Liberty Pole Struggle and Riot 1766-1776

The Doctor's Riot 1788

The Whorehouse Riots of 1793

The New York Stonecutters Riot Against Prison Labor and The Election Riot of 1834

Abolition Riots 1834-1836

The Bread Riot of 1837 and The South Ferry Riot of 1846

A Serious Riot in Williamsburg City 1853 and A Riot in Brooklyn City 1853

The Firemen's Riot 1853 and The Angel Gabriel Riot 1854

The Irish and Know Nothing's Riot 1854

The Riot After Bill Poole's Funeral 1855

 

Article Sources: All articles have been researched, compiled and transcribed by Miriam Medina from reliable sources and verified for historical accuracy.
1 BIBLIOGRAPHY. The New International Encyclopedia; Dodd, Mead and Company-New York, 1902-1905, 21 Volumes
2 BIBLIOGRAPHY: Source of Article in its entirety: Virtual New York City, a web site devoted to the history of New York City and its people. Produced by the New Media Lab at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. Original format changed to fit article appearance.
3 BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1 New York Times July 29, 1877; 2 The Epic of New York City Edward Robb Ellis, Old Town Books 1966 (excerpt)
4 BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1Citation Information: Daniel Horsmanden, The New-York Conspiracy, or a history of the Negro plot (Excerpt). New York: Southwick & Pelsue, 1810.
The Gilder Lehrman Center For The Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition  2 New York Times July 29, 1877.
5 BIBLIOGRAPHY: The Greatest Street in the World (The story of Broadway, old and New, from the Bowling Green to Albany); Author: Stephen Jenkins ; Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons-New York and London, The Knickerbocker Press; Copyright: 1911
6 BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1 The Greatest Street in the World, (The story of Broadway, old and New, from the Bowling Green to Albany); Author: Stephen Jenkins; Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons-New York and London, The Knickerbocker Press;Copyright: 1911 2 This is an excerpt from: The Unrest Before The Revolution Section 17
7 BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1 New York State, A History; 1523-1927 Editor-in-Chief: Dr. James Sullivan
Publisher: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Inc.-N.Y., Copyright: 1927 2 The Greatest Street in the World (The story of Broadway, old and New, from the Bowling Green to Albany) Author: Stephen Jenkins Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons-New York and London
The Knickerbocker Press ; Copyright: 1911
8 BIBLIOGRAPHY: Author of the article is Bob Arnebeck , Original format changed to fit article appearance.
9 BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1 Article by Dennis O'Neil Freedom Road     2 New York Times July 29, 1877
10 BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1 New York Times July 29, 1877,  Brooklyn Eagle October 11, 1885
11 BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1 The Greatest Street in the World (The story of Broadway, old and
New, from the Bowling Green to Albany) Author: Stephen Jenkins; Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons-New York and London The Knickerbocker Press; Copyright: 1911  2 Brooklyn Eagle   October 11, 1885
12 BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1 New York Times January 3, 1853   New York Times May 17, 1853
13 BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1 New York Times September 23, 1853  2 Brooklyn Eagle October 11, 1885
14 BIBLIOGRAPHY:  Brooklyn Eagle   June 5, 1854
 
15 BIBLIOGRAPHY: Sins of New York As "Exposed" by the Police Gazette By Edward Van Every
Publisher: Frederick A. Stokes Company--New York Copyright: 1930 3 Printings October 15, October 23 and October 30.