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SAVE GANSEVOORT MARKET: A Campaign to Create a Historic District
The Save Gansevoort Market Task Force is made up of local residents, building owners, business leaders, and preservationists who are working to protect this historic area of New York. Under the auspices of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, the task force conducts educational programs about Gansevoort Market and advocates its designation as an historic district. Gansevoort Market is unique and it is threatened. Anchoring the northwest corner of Greenwich Village, it has fun...
Second Avenue Online
A multimedia Yiddish Theater Digital Archive for the 21st century, 2nd Avenue Online offers material for researchers or just curious first time users. Rare film clips, photos, facts, music and more.
Send Gifts and Flowers to India.
We are online florists and we help you to send Gifts and flowers to your dear ones to India. We undertake same day delivery. We have a wide Range of Gifts are available for all kind of Occasion. http://www.giftwithlove.com
Seneca Village / Early African New York
The history of the African-American settlement in waht would become Central Park. And important information about the situation of Africans in colonial America generally.
Seneca Village Online
This site has a host of historical features that allow interaction with the history of the land and people that made up the pre-Civil War village of Seneca, previously on the upper West Side. It had been home to many free blacks and some Irish and was razed to build Central Park in 1857. Lots of good historical links too.
SepiaTown is a new historical image website that gets people directly involved in their local history by uploading and mapping historical images from any location around the globe. These images can then be viewed on any computer (mobile version coming soon) for a truly interactive experience.
This is the website of a general contractor who lives and works in northern Manhattan. It is at once a commercial site and a remarkable photo gallery of the public spaces and residential buildings of the Hudson Heights/Inwood neighborhood. The love that Dave Seroy has for the Art Deco style of domestic architecture that prevails in the area is apparent in his photography.
Sheepshead Bay History
Short History of the NYC Subway
A brief piece on the development of the subway sytem in New York since 1904.
Society for New York City History
Read about the Society's mission, accomplishments, and biographical and professional information about the historicxal experts that comprise the leadership of the organization.