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  • Secrets Of New York

    This episode......Crime


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=raFK...xJ4av0&index=3

    Like London, NYC had two police departments in the 19th century....Metropolitan and Municipal.
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  • #2
    July 18, 2020

    Good one in this link.....Detectives

    https://www1.nyc.gov/site/media/show...e?id=2243?pg=3
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    • #3
      Secrets of New York: Speakeasies
      Season 4: Ep. 4
      When Congress made liquor illegal in 1920, ordinary citizens who just wanted a drink had to become criminals to get one. The law intended to shut down legal drinking establishments produced a doubling in the number of underground world speakeasies. Kelly revisits the golden era of saloon culture at Bill's Gay Nineties with an 1880s tasty and highly flammable cocktail.


      https://www1.nyc.gov/site/media/show...?id=1018?pg=19
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      • #4
        October 8, 2020

        https://www1.nyc.gov/site/media/show...e?id=138?pg=25



        Secrets of New York: The Sewers
        Season 3: Ep. 2
        New York City is the preeminent American metropolis. But a hundred and fifty years ago Gotham was a squalid, chaotic urban center. Filth, disease and disorder ravaged the City. To remedy this sprawling mess an enormous underground engineering project was begun. These are the Secrets of the Sewers.
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        • #5
          October 9, 2020

          Secrets of New York: New York City's Waterfront


          https://www1.nyc.gov/site/media/show...?id=1075?pg=10
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          • #6
            October 24, 2020

            Islands

            https://www1.nyc.gov/site/media/show...e?id=2266?pg=1

            Kelly ventures to mysterious islands around New York to unearth the secrets that lie hidden in their past. On Hart Island, she meets with experts who enrich our understanding of the site?s rich history: before it became the city?s cemetery for unclaimed bodies, Hart Island was the training ground for African American regiments during the Civil War, as well as a mental asylum and hospital site.
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