The Fulton Fish Market: A History
Photos from NYPL Digital Collection
Join author Jonathan Rees as he talks about the history of the Fulton Fish Market, from its founding in 1822 through its move to the Bronx in 2005.
- Learn how the Fulton Fish Market shaped American cuisine, commerce, and culture
- Hear the stories of the people and institutions that depended on the Fulton Fish Market
- Examine transformations in food provisioning systems through the lens of a vital distribution point
- Discover how changes in the urban landscape and economy affected the history of the market and the surrounding neighborhood
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