Forget Thanksgiving; in post-Revolution New York City, the biggest November celebration was Evacuation Day. Observed on November 25th, this early
Equinox in Chelsea Market rushing to board up before nightfall, June 1st, 2020. Yesterday, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and Mayor
An exciting new piece of the statue of King George III, toppled in Bowling Green at the start of the American Revolution is up for auction in Massachusetts: the hand, wrist, and forearm.
On the anniversary of the Battle of Brooklyn which began just before midnight on August 26th, mark the locations you can still visit in the borough including monuments, remnants of lost roads, forgotten cobblestone streets, and more.
Uncover and locate the revolutionary history of Brooklyn's famous Prospect Park, part of the site of the largest battle of the Revolutionary War with monuments by famous sculptors and architects like Stanford White and Daniel Chester French.
Discover where you can find fragments of the King George III statue toppled by Patriots in Bowling Green after the Declaration of Independence was signed!
While Bowling Green has changed a lot since the Revolution, there is one witness that bears the scars of those events: Bowling Green’s cast-iron fence.
The Bowery, New York City's oldest thoroughfare, is unsurprisingly home to the oldest surviving brick row house in the city: the Edward Mooney House.