Latest Articles Tagged "american-revolution"

The series of residential structures lining Flushing Ave. in Brooklyn are historic

Historical ecologists and research cartographers are using historical pre-Revolution military maps

Totally weird: Authorities have found a "make-shift" submarine with three men

The New York Public Library is closed today––it is a national holiday––but

Despite having been defeated in a City Council vote, where his chief

The state legislature in Albany is prepared to issue a formal

City schoolkids are woeful underperformers when it comes to taking a

A piece of Brooklyn property with a varied and interesting history is

As the architect Rafael Viñoly sees it, the Freedom Tower is