3 edition of Historic Brooklyn found in the catalog.
Brooklyn Trust Company.
|Contributions||Walton Advertising and Printing Company, Boston.|
|LC Classifications||F129.B7 B77|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, , 59,  p.|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||41008230|
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The book is divided into five parts that prove to be an excellent reflection on the character of Brooklyn: Brooklynites, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Navy Yard, Coney Island and the Dodgers.
The first is a peek into the people and personalities that make up the fabric of life in by: 5. “A chronicle of the history of the acre development from its inception in through its first two decades.
The book offers critical insights into American planning history, landscape architecture, and the social and economic forces that shaped housing in the Progressive Era. Brooklyn Historical Society makes its collections available to all researchers.
We welcome scholars, teachers and students, genealogists, artists, documentarians, and anyone else curious about the history of Brooklyn.
Search for books and periodicals about Brooklyn history, politics, development, and culture. Brooklyn Public Library's online catalog offers a selection of more t historical photographs from the Brooklyn Collection. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Photograph Collection (c. ) provides many of the images, documenting change and development in Brooklyn throughout the first half of the twentieth century.
Brooklyn Public Library has digitized Brooklyn city and business directories, and telephone books for the period This collection is accessible via Internet Archive and allows for full-text searching within each volume. A history of the city of Brooklyn: including the old town and village of Brooklyn, the town of Bushwick, and the village and city of Williamsburgh by Stiles, Henry Reed, cnPages: Join us this February as Brooklyn Historical Society examines issues impacting African American and diasporic communities nationwide.
We will be discussing efforts to heal from historical trauma on Feb. 18, the search for justice for victims of racist violence on Feb. 19, and implicit bias in the workplace on Feb. 26, all while celebrating a. Explore Brooklyn Public Library archive, both historical and recent editions.
Find archives for The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn Life, Brooklyn Life and Activities of Long Island Society. Find newspaper articles and clippings for help with genealogy, history and other research.
As stated in a prior review, this is the perfect companion to David McCullough's award winning " The Brooklyn Bridge". This is the type of book that stays on the bookshelf forever. I was at the th anniversary celebration of the bridge inand The Roebling's stated that with proper care, this bridge will service the community for years/5(6).
It contains thousands of historic images, from street corner shots to beautiful period interiors, old postcards, pictures of the Brooklyn Dodgers, everyday life, crime scenes, housing projects Author: Jillian Steinhauer. Init became the Historical Society of Old Brooklyn.
Its mission is to attract people with a common interest in the history of Old Brooklyn to collect, catalogue, and display items of historical significance; provide housing, preservation, and safekeeping of said items; support and promote the cause of historic preservation; and Brand: ArcadiaPublishing.
Last Exit to Brooklyn, by Hubert Selby Jr. Last Exit to Brooklyn was highly controversial at the time of its release, due to its grim portrayal of Brooklyn’s slums after WWII. The book is divided into six separate short stories, each providing a look into the lives of its depraved characters.
If family histories or just digging into old documents is your thing, then oh man the Brooklyn Public Library has some good news for you.
The library announced this month that it has digitized years of city directories and telephone books, spanningall easily perusable online.
Inthe Brooklyn Navy Yard closes and becomes New York's first landmarked historic district. The s brought about the Metro Tech Center, a high-rise development in downtown Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Philharmonic, and the beginnings of the Brooklyn Bridge : Kristen Goode.
Brookland, by Emily Barton (): The rare Brooklynite to delve into her borough’s long history, Barton does precisely that in this richly detailed novel about a woman who tries to build a. The Brooklyn Story, a pictorial history developed by the Charlotte Mecklenburg Afro-American Cultural Center probably stated it best when it decried that Brooklyn had been an essential staple for the black community for over one hundred : Nikki Thomas.
In order to view directories at Historic Map Works, you must register (for free). This will give you 10 free credits allowing you to view 10 directories on the site. After you have used your 10 credits, you may either purchase more in increments of $ each (each credit is worth 10 cents), or by purchasing a monthly subscription of $ or.
BROOKLYN The Once and Future City By Thomas J. Campanella. Years ago, when I lived in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn, I invested in a book of neighborhood walking tours so I could enlighten Author: Emily Gould. Brooklyn / / / / / / / Artis Q.
Wright, Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Division, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. John Manbeck has written seven books on Brooklyn. He founded the Kingsborough Historical Society, was Brooklyn/Kings County Historian, served on New York State Local History Advisory Council, and was a Centennial Historian of NYC.
He currently serves on many boards including Friends of 13 and Historic House Trust and wrote Brand: TheHistoryPress. Brooklyn In The 's by Eric J.
Ierardi. Now home to approximately million people, Brooklyn is one of the five boroughs that make up the City of New York. It was during the s that Bro Brooklyn Dodgers by Mark Rucker. If there was ever a place in America where a city and its baseball team were as close as family, it was Brooklyn.
The Historical Society of Old Brooklyn along with Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation have collaborated with photographer Jim Ptacek in creating an Old Brooklyn Collage. They are on sale for $/ea. Jim Ptacek is a noted Cleveland artist, widely known for his sepia-toned images of local landmarks.
by Colm TóibínThe Walter Scott prize defines a historical novel as having to be set at least 60 years prior to its publication; under this. Brooklyn: The Once and Future City, Thomas Campanella, Princeton University Press, pages. Cornell Professor Thomas Campanella’s new book is not only the best history of Brooklyn, it’s one.
Brooklyn (/ ˈ b r ʊ k l ɪ n /) is a borough of New York City, coterminous with Kings County, located in the U.S. state of New is the most populous county in the state, the second-most densely populated county in the United States, and New York City's most populous borough, with an estimated 2, residents in Named after the Dutch village of Breukelen, it shares a City: New York City.
– New Utrecht Reformed Church built. – Joost Van Nuyse House, original section was built in and enlarged between and It was moved to its present site in It is a 1 1 ⁄ 2-story frame house with a steeply pitched flared roof.
and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in ; – Wyckoff-Bennett Homestead is believed to have. While this is a history of Brooklyn, specifically, and New York, in general, we’re taken to other cities and cultures to see how worldwide changes impacted Brooklyn’s residents.
Greenpoint Brooklyn's Historic Past. likes. This page is about my newly released book on the history of Greenpoint Brooklyn. The book is the product of four years of ers: Find the books you want all in one place and at prices you'll love. Target has all the major genres and best sellers.
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Left: Williamsburg Bridge near completion Right: Williamsburg waterfront Here’s a quick history of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. My how you’ve changed. Inthe Dutch West India Company first stole the area’s land from the local Native Americans. ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: History --Class and culture --Sports --You gotta have park --Food and drink --Breuckelen: old and new --Holidates --Hard times --Media --Lost Brooklyn --Brooklyn crime --Brooklyn goes to war --Coney Title. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Brooklyn Eagle.
OCLC Number: Notes: Caption title. Cover title: Historic Brooklyn. Vol. 2 is 14 x 22 cm. Branch History. With its breathtaking façade, sweeping grand lobby and vast contemporary and historical collections, Central Library is a Brooklyn icon.
The building’s history dates towhen the Brooklyn Park Commission was authorized to select a location for the library. Brooklyn, NY, Telephone Directories Publisher New York Telephone Company Collection brooklynpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) Contributor Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection Language English Volume (March).
Address. New-York Historical Society Central Park West at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street) New York, NY () General. Blackout History Project Learn about the blackouts in New York City in and Ellis Island Read several immigrant families' stories and explore a timeline of U.S.
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Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn Village, Kingsely. likes 58 talking about this. Community based organization dedicated to the preservation of local Township history Followers: The town of Brooklyn, in Windham County, is located in the northeast, or Quiet Corner, of Connecticut.
It is named for the Quinebaug River, or Brook Line, which forms its eastern boundary. Originally land of the Wabaquasset, Brooklyn incorporated as a town separate from Canterbury and Pomfret in May of An early county seat, Brooklyn held the trial of .