Workers discovered a remarkably preserved well during the reconstruction process of a deteriorating roadbed on the intersection of Bond and Pacific Streets.
Although plenty of New York City history has been lost to time, remnants of major war battles can still be found today. Here are 5 war cannons to visit:
The abandoned Fort Wadsworth on Staten Island is one of the oldest military installations in the country, with a history dating back to the Revolutionary War.
At the widest point of the Hudson River, the town of Haverstraw is readying for its spotlight with all the features of a Hudson Valley destination in the making.
Throughout the course of New York's 400-year history, Bowling Green has seen its fair share of historic events. It's not surprising that it's full of secrets.
From Revolutionary War history–Hamilton and Bur–to the haunts of Albert Einstein and F. Scott Fitzgerald, 10 historical sites to see on a visit to Princeton, NJ
Throwback Thursday 1776: American hero Nathan Hale is hanged at City Hall Park. Our first in a series of augmented reality, Membit-enhanced historical stories.
NYC podcasters "The Bowery Boys" have released a book on the complete history of NYC. Untapped Cities is excited to share with readers an excerpt from this impressive book.
In a traffic island on Park Avenue, gardening has revealed a piece of colonial era history: a plaque to Mary Lindley Murray, whose family Murray Hill is named for.
The Turtle, the world's first submarine used in combat. was a one-man submarine used for attack on the HMS Eagle in NYC in 1776 during the American Revolution.