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Where is Manhattan, New York, New York, USA (New York City)?  The name Manhattan derives from the word Manna-hata, as written in the 1609 logbook of Robert Juet, an officer on Henry Hudson's yacht Halve Maen (Half Moon). A 1610 map depicts the name as Manna-hata, twice, on both the west and east sides of the Mauritius River (later named the Hudson River). The word "Manhattan" has been translated as "island of many hills" from the Lenape language. Wikipedia

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1609 - September - Navigator Henry Hudson discovers island of Manhattan

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News 1610 - June 10 - 1st Dutch settlers arrive (from NJ), to colonize Manhattan Island

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June 10, 1610

1626 - May 6 - Dutch colonist Peter Minuit buys Manhattan Island from local Indians for 60 guilders worth of trinkets

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1725 - First Newspaper in New York
The first [newspaper] in New York was "The New York Gazette," [published] in 1725.
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1765 - New York City hosts a colony conference dealing with the King of England's Stamp Act

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1770 - January 19 - Battle of Golden Hill (Lower Manhattan)

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1777 - Battle of Saratoga
The Battle of Saratoga, one of the decisive battles of the world, was the turning point of the Revolution leading to the French alliance and thus to eventual victory. New York City, long occupied by British troops, was evacuated.
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News January 23, 1780 - The coldest day of the coldest month of record in the northeastern U.S.
A British Army thermometer in New York City registered a reading of 16 degrees below zero. During that infamous hard winter the harbor was frozen solid for five weeks, and the port was cut off from sea supply.
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January 23, 1780

1785 - New York City named nation's capitol

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1789 - George Washington inaugurated as first U. S. president in New York City

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1792 - July 1 - A tremendous storm (a tornado or hurricane) hit Philadelphia and New York City. Many young people were drowned while out boating on that Sunday.

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1799 - September 1 - Bank of Manhattan Company opens in NYC (forerunner to Chase Manhattan)

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News January 25, 1821 - The Hudson River was frozen solid during the midst of the coldest winter in forty-one years.
Thousands of persons crossed the ice from New York City to New Jersey, and refreshment taverns were set up in the middle of the river to warm pedestrians.
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January 25, 1821

News June 28, 1832: Cholera epidemic began in N.Y.C.

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June 28, 1832

News 1835 - AWFUL CONFLAGRATION !!
Our city has just been the theatre and the victim of the most disastrous visitation ever known to this Continent !! The heart of her business, her commerce, and her wealth, is now a blackened mass of smouldering ruins !! New York has received a blow, from the effects of which the utmost exertion of her fearless enterprise, the most liberal and bene... Read MORE...

News 1837 - May 10 – The Panic of 1837 begins in New York City.

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May 10, 1837

News 1855 - We Wish You a Happy New Year.
We know how busy you are this morning - you can't stop to take a third cup, nor to eat half a breakfast; you are in a pet about your boots - in a stew about the barber - and you, good lady, have the parlor to put in order - and to dress - we'll hold you but a moment.

A happy New Year to you! A merry day with do reaction after it - a generous, so... Read MORE...

News 1856 - St. Valentine's Day.
This is St. Valentine's Day, and if there has not been a wonderful reform in the general mind, since February last, a great many foolish lines will be written, and a great many bad ones sent to silly girls and vanity-stuffed young men, before night fall. The origin of St. Valentine's Day is not known. Among the traditions we have the following:

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News 1857 - March 23 – Elisha Otis' first elevator is installed (at 488 Broadway, New York City).

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March 23, 1857

News 1857 - October 13 – Panic of 1857: New York banks close and do not reopen until December 12.

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October 13, 1857

News 1858 - October 28 – Macy's department store, founded by R.H. Macy, opens for business in New York.

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October 28, 1858

News 1863 - July 13 – American Civil War – New York Draft Riots: In New York City, opponents of conscription begin 3 days of violent rioting, which will be regarded as the worst in the history of the United States.

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July 13, 1863

News 1865 - January 4 – The New York Stock Exchange opens its first permanent headquarters at 10-12 Broad near Wall Street in New York City.

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January 4, 1865

News 1867 - FIREWORK EXPLOSION - THREE MEN SERIOUSLY INJURED.
Yesterday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, as EDWARD KENNY, a porter in the employ of Messrs. Purdy & Co., dealers in fireworks, at No. 34 Maiden Lane, was engaged in nailing the lid of a case containing a large quantity of "Union" torpedoes, he inadvertently drove a nail through one of the packages and a terrific explosion ensued, when KENNY was thr... Read MORE...

News 1873 - September 18 – The New York stock market crash triggers the Panic of 1873, part of the Long Depression.

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September 18, 1873

News 1874 - November 9 - A famous hoax at the zoo, called the New York Zoo hoax, is also known as The Central Park Zoo Escape and the Central Park Menagerie Scare of 1874.
It was a hoax perpetrated by the New York Herald about a supposed breakout of animals from the Central Park Zoo on November 9, 1874.
The article warned that dangerous animals were loose in the city, with casualties of 49 dead and 200 injured. Many readers panicked, even though the end of the story stated "the entire story given above is a pure fab... Read MORE...

News 1874 - November 9 - A famous hoax at the zoo, called the New York Zoo hoax, is also known as The Central Park Zoo Escape and the Central Park Menagerie Scare of 1874.
It was a hoax perpetrated by the New York Herald about a supposed breakout of animals from the Central Park Zoo on November 9, 1874.
The article warned that dangerous animals were loose in the city, with casualties of 49 dead and 200 injured. Many readers panicked, even though the end of the story stated "the entire story given above is a pure fab... Read MORE...

News 1857 - December 4 – Notorious New York City politician Boss Tweed escapes from prison and flees to Cuba, then to Spain.

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December 4, 1875

News 1879 - May 30 – New York City's Gilmore's Garden is renamed Madison Square Garden by William Henry Vanderbilt, and is opened to the public at 26th Street and Madison Avenue.

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May 30, 1879

News 1880 - DESTRUCTION AND DEATH - A FRESH HORROR FURNISHED IN NEW YORK CITY.
FALL OF THE MADISON SQUARE GARDEN - THE BUILDING FILLED WITH PEOPLE IN AID OF A CHARITY - SEVERAL PERSONS KILLED AND MANY MORE INJURED.

New York, April 21. - An accident of a fatal character and which caused intense excitement, occurred at the Madison Square Garden tonight. The Hahnemann Hospital fair, which opened a week ago, was in progress, a... Read MORE...

1882 - March 3 - NY Steam Corp begins distributing steam to Manhattan buildings

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News 1882 - September 4 - Thomas Edison flips the switch to the first commercial electrical power plant in history, lighting one square mile of lower Manhattan. This is considered by many as the day that began the electrical age.

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September 4, 1882

1883 - November 27 - Fire engines were called out in New York City and New Haven, CT, as a result of the afterglow of the sunset due to vivid red ash from the Krakatoa Volcano explosion in August.

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News 1883 - January 4 – Life magazine is founded in New York City.

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January 4, 1883

News 1885 - February 16 – Charles Dow publishes the first edition of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The index stood at a level of 62.76, and represented the dollar average of 14 stocks: 12 railroads and two leading American industries.

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February 16, 1885

News 1885 - March 3 – A subsidiary of the American Bell Telephone Company, American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T), is incorporated in New York.

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March 3, 1885

1888 - "The Great White Hurricane"
March 11-14, 1888
More than 120 winters have come and gone since the so-called “Great White Hurricane,” but this whopper of a storm still lives in infamy. After a stretch of rainy but unseasonably mild weather, temperatures plunged and vicious winds kicked up, blanketing the East Coast in snow and creating drifts up to 50 feet high. The storm immo... Read MORE...

News 1889 - June 8 – The Wall Street Journal is established.

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June 8, 1889

News 1891 - May 5 – The Music Hall in New York (now known as Carnegie Hall) has its grand opening and first public performance, with maestro Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky as the guest conductor.

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May 5, 1891

News 1893 - May 5 – Panic of 1893: A crash on the New York Stock Exchange starts a depression.

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May 5, 1893

News 1894 - September 4 – In New York City, 12,000 tailors strike against sweatshop working conditions.

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September 4, 1894

News 1895 - BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION COLLAPSES.
New York, March 2. - The accident occurred about 3:55 o'clock in the afternoon. Without the slightest sound that might have warned the 50 men that worked near it, the central wall to the four double tenement houses being erected at 151 to 157 Orchard Street, crumbled and fell. With the wall went portions of four floors, leaving a great rent 50 feet... Read MORE...

News 1895 - November 25 - Oscar Hammerstein opens the Olympia Theatre, the first theatre to be built in New York City's Times Square district.

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November 25, 1895

1896 - Nine-day heatwave in NYC killed 420

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News 1897 - While Preparing a Christmas Tree for Her Children Mrs. Rice Fell Dead - A CLOCK'S SUPPOSED WARNING
Father Had Saved His Earnings for Six Months to Give His Children the First Tree They Had Ever Had.

"Mamma, the clock has stopped between 12 and 1 o'clock. Something is going to happen sure between now and New Year's," said little Frieda Rice to her mother on Christmas morning, just as Mrs. Rice was hanging a few holiday treasures on a small Chr... Read MORE...

News 1897 - September 21 – Francis P. Church responds to a letter to the editor that is known as the famous "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus" letter. (wikipedia)
"DEAR EDITOR: I am 8 years old.
"Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus.
"Papa says, 'If you see it in THE SUN it's so.'
"Please tell me the truth; is there a Santa Claus?

"VIRGINIA O'HANLON.
"115 WEST NINETY-FIFTH STREET."

VIRGINIA, your little friends are wrong. They have been affected by the skepticism of a skeptical ... Read MORE...

News 1898 - January 1 – New York City annexes land from surrounding counties, creating the City of Greater New York. The city is geographically divided into five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island.

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January 1, 1898

News 1899 - CANDELEMAS DAY AT HAND.
Something About That Day and the Practices and Beliefs Popularly Associated with It.

The careless, everyday reader, who is too busy to trouble himself about musty historic matters and exact dates, may perhaps be surprised to learn that the day which sands out hon his local calendar as "groundhog day" (being the day on which that interesting anim... Read MORE...

News 1899 - July 19 – The Newsboys Strike takes place when the Newsies of New York go on strike (until August 2).

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July 19, 1899

News 1900 - March 24 - New York City Mayor Robert Anderson Van Wyck breaks ground for a new underground "Rapid Transit Railroad" that would link Manhattan and Brooklyn.

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March 24, 1900

News 1901 - May 17 – The U.S. stock market crashes.

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May 17, 1901

News 1902 - January 8 – A train collision in the New York Central Railroad's Park Avenue Tunnel kills 17, injures 38, and leads to increased demand for electric trains and led to the banning of Steam locomotives in the state.

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January 8, 1902

News 1902 - June 15 – The New York Central railroad inaugurates the 20th Century Limited passenger train between Chicago and New York City.

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June 15 1902

1903 - December 19 - Williamsburg suspension bridge opens between Brooklyn & Manhattan

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News 1903 - October 9 - New York City was deluged with 11.17 inches of rain in 24 hours to establish a state record.

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October 9, 1903

News 1903 - March 2 – In New York City, the Martha Washington Hotel, the first hotel exclusively for women, opens.

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March 2, 1903

News 1903 - ACROSS THE CONTINENT IN AN AUTOMOBILE
Two Men Travel from San Francisco to New York - Have Reached Syracuse.

Special to the New York Times.

SYRACUSE. July 23. - Dr H. Nelson Jackson of Burlington, Vt., and Sewall K. Crocker of Tacoma, Washington, arrived here tonight in an automobile on a pleasure trip from San Francisco to New York. They started out two months ago to-day, and h... Read MORE...

News 1904 - June 15 – A fire aboard the steamboat General Slocum in New York City's East River kills 1,021.

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June 15, 1904

News 1904 - October 27 – The first underground line of the New York City Subway opens.

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October 27, 1904

News 1904 - December 31 – In New York City, the first New Year's Eve celebration is held in Times Square.

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December 31, 1904

News 1909 - FIRE WIPES OUT A LANDMARK.
Parkinson's in Whitehall Street Destroyed and Several Persons Burned.

An aged scrubwoman was seriously burned and three men, one a fireman, were slightly injured yesterday in a fire which destroyed the three-story brick building at 40-42 Whitehall Street, just off Bowling Green. The building was one of the oldest left in lower Manhattan.

For ... Read MORE...

1909 - March 30 - Queensboro Bridge opens, linking Manhattan & Queens

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News 1910 - Saved by a Strong Clothesline
Five-Story Fall Didn’t Feaze [sic] Him
Seven-Year-Old, Emulating Feats of Firemen, Drops Through Tenement Clothes Lines. Four Broke Under Him
Fifth Held and a Neighbor Rescues Him-”I Ain’t Hurt; I Could Do It Again,” His Comment.

The conventional hero of melodrama whose life hung by a single thread was only a humdrum hero compared to 7-year-ol... Read MORE...

News 1911 - March 25 – A fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City kills 146.

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March 25, 1911

News 1913 - February 1 – New York City's Grand Central Terminal, having been rebuilt, reopens as the world's largest railroad station.

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February 1, 1913

News 1913 - April 24 – The Woolworth Building opens in New York City. Designed by Cass Gilbert, it is the tallest building in the world at this date and for more than a decade after.

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April 24, 1913

1914 - Carrier Pigeon is Bridal Messenger
NEW YORK, Nov. 3 - Ever since a Belgian rabbit escaped from one of the rooms on the fifth floor of the Prince George hotel, A. M. Gutterson, the assistant manager, has been especially on alert to see that no persons take animals to their rooms. Yesterday Mr. Gutterson observed a man carrying a small basket. He had looked at the register and observe... Read MORE...

News 1914 - August 1 - New York Stock Exchange closed due to war in Europe, where nearly all stock exchanges are already closed.

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August 1, 1914

News 1914 - December 12 – The New York Stock Exchange re-opens, having been closed since August 1 except for bond trading.

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December 12, 1914

News 1920 - January 9 – Thousands of onlookers watch as "The Human Fly" George Polley climbs the Woolworth Building in New York City. He reaches the 30th floor before being arrested.

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January 9, 1920

News 1924 - November 27 – In New York City the first Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is h

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November 27, 1924

News 1926 - February 1 – Land on Broadway and Wall Street in New York City is sold at a record $7 per sq inch.

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February 1, 1926

1927 advertisement Prince George Hotel

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May 10, 1927

News 1928 - LOST BELLBOY FOUND
Youngster Wind Gold Medal for Refusing to Sell Liquor

NEW YORK. March 25 - Satisfaction of the existence of a non-bootlegging bellboy was the feature of a medal bestowing ceremony at the Hotel Prince George today.

The young dry hero was Russell Woods. He stood at attention while A. M. Gutterson, manager of the hotel, pinned a gold medal on hi... Read MORE...

USA 1929 - October 24–29 – Wall Street Crash of 1929: Three multi-digit percentage drops wipe out more than $30 billion from the New York Stock Exchange (10 times greater than the annual budget of the federal government).
In the 1920s, the stock market was rapidly growing. Many investors hoped to quickly get rich.

The Great Crash affected everyone, even those who had not bought stocks. People ran to their banks to get their savings, fearing the banks would run out of money.

Many banks had also invested in the stock market and lost money. W.W. Tarpley, a bank ... Read MORE...

News 1930 - February 26 - 1st red & green traffic lights installed (Manhattan NYC)

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February 26, 1930

USA 1931 - May 1 - The Empire State Building Opens
President Herbert Hoover pressed a button in Washington, D.C., and on came the lights in the world's tallest skyscraper. Before that, the Chrysler Building briefly held the record at 1046 feet.

Standing proud on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 34th Street in New York City, the Empire State Building has 102 stories and reaches a height of 1,454 f... Read MORE...

News 1932 - November 16 – New York City's Palace Theatre fully converts to a cinema, which is considered the final death knell of vaudeville as a popular entertainment in the United States.

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November 16, 1932

News 1932 - December 27 - Radio City Music Hall opens in New York City.

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December 27, 1932

News 1933 - March 15 - The Dow Jones Industrial Average rises from 53.84 to 62.10. The day's gain of 15.34%, achieved during the depths of the Great Depression, remains to date as the largest 1-day percentage gain for the index.

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March 15, 1933

News 1935 - March 19 – Harlem Riot of 1935: A race riot breaks out in Harlem (New York City) after a rumor circulates that a teenage Puerto Rican shoplifter in the S. H. Kress & Co. department store has been brutally beaten.

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March 19, 1935

News 1936 - July 11 - Triborough Bridge linking Manhattan, Bronx & Queens opens

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July 11, 1936

1938 - "Long Island Express" - HURRICANE, FLOODS SWEEP NEW ENGLAND. 296 WERE KILLED IN STORM ALONG ATLANTIC COAST; PROPERTY DAMAGE ENORMOUS.
...New York City Drenched.
New York city's 7,000,000 inhabitants, who barely escaped the worst of the storm, were drenched with a 4 1/2 inch rain. The wind blew 75 miles an hour. Lights failed for two hours last night in two sections of the city. Subway service was halted for a time and thousands were stranded. Two of the four Manhattan-Hudson tub... Read MORE...

USA 1939 - April 30 - World's Fair opens in New York City


1940 - November 18 - George Matesky, New York City's Mad Bomber places his first bomb at a Manhattan office building used by Consolidated Edison.

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News 1943 - March 31 – Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! opens on Broadway

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March 31, 1943

1944 - HURRICANE HITS NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND COASTS. HIGH WINDS LASH JERSEY, LONG ISLAND.
...In New York City, sidewalks were virtually deserted. Wind whipping sheets of rain around the corners of tall buildings smashed plate glass windows.

Four persons were cut by flying glass when the window of a Broadway self-service restaurant was blown in.

The Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan said all its trains had stopped except those on... Read MORE...

News July 28, 1945: A U.S. bomber flying through thick fog at about 200 mph crashed into the 79th floor of New York's Empire State Building, killing 14 people

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July 28, 1945

News 1945 - October 29 - At Gimbels Department Store in New York City, the first ballpoint pens go on sale at $12.50 each.

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October 29, 1945

1946 - New York City is chosen as the site of the United Nations


News 1946 - December 20 - Frank Capra's It's a Wonderful Life, featuring James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Henry Travers, and Thomas Mitchell, is released in New York.

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December 20, 1946

News 1947 - December 26-27 - New York City received a record 26.4 inches of snow in 24 hours, with as much as 32 inches reported in the suburbs.
The heavy snow brought traffic to a standstill, and snow removal cost eight million dollars. Thirty thousand persons were called upon to remove the 100 million tons of snow. The storm claimed 27 lives.
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December 27, 1947

1951 - January 10 - UN headquarters opens in Manhattan NY

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1953 - November - Residents of New York City suffered through ten days of smog resulting in 200 deaths.

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USA 1964 - April 22 - World's Fair opens in New York City


News 1973 - April 4 – The World Trade Center officially opens in New York City with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

April 4, 1973

News 1977 - July 13 - Lightning struck a key electrical transmission line in Westchester County of southeastern New York State plunging New York City into darkness.

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July 13, 1977


Ancestors Who Were Born and/or Died Here



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Ancestors Who Were Married Here




1786
Elbridge Thomas Gerry (17 Jul 1744 - 23 Nov 1814) & Ann Thompson (12 Aug 1763 - 17 Mar 1849)
married 12 Feb 1786


1818
Asa Norman Burnham (9 Jan 1787 - 5 June 1830) & Martha Slocum Hammond (2 Aug 1798 - 26 Apr 1830)
married 20 Oct 1818


1845
Thomas Hammond Burnham (14 Nov 1819 - 1853) & Mary Reed Fisher (1826 - 1895)
married 25 March 1845


1891
Andrew (Andras) Korch Kovalčík (July 1868 - 14 Oct 1939) & Elizabeth (Alzbeta) Tomko (July 1868 - 11 February 1946)
married 22 Aug 1891


1904
George Nye ( - ) & Mary Blessing ( - )
married 11 Oct 1904


1913
George Smith Bentley (May 1841 - 19 May 1915) & Josie M Mills (Nov 1885 - )
married 8 May 1913


1915
John Carroll Larson (09/24/1909 - 12/13/1977) & Lillian Eldora Smith (Oct. 21,1913 - April 18,1979)
married 5 June 1935


1919
Edward Charles Bader (28 Apr 1896 - 19 Dec 1968) & Stella Louise Gellis (4 Jul 1897 - 28 Sep 1936)
married 29 Oct 1919


1924
Earle Dodge Mason (21 May 1901 - 5 Apr 1984) & Gertrude Marie "Trudy" Feige (18 Jun 1900 - 27 Jun 1989)
married 2 May 1924


1926
Dennis Vincent Slattery (03 Sep 1900 - May 1970) & Mary Kelly (8 September 1898 - )
married 9 Nov 1926


1931
Alburn Morton Gutterson (05 Jan 1901 - 02 Jul 1971) & Dorothy Madeline Rickers (05 Aug 1903 - 02 Oct 2002)
married 17 Apr 1931
Walter Habershon (21 Jun 1898 - 5 Jul 1971) & Alice E Monahan (15 Nov 1899 - 8 Feb 1988)
married 4 Apr 1931


1937
Bernard Levin (abt 15 Nov 1879 - 7 Jan 1945) & Emma Petrina (Pauline) Andersson (23 Apr 1879 - 26 Mar 1960)
married 8 Nov 1937


1943
Salvatore Vincent Flaviani (06 Jan 1918 - Sep 1984) & Beatrice Imelda Alence (11 Mar 1923 - 1963)
married 24 July 1943
Ernst August Schlomann (09 Sep 1908 - 12 Jan 1993) & Eleanor May Allen (16 Jun 1920 - Apr 1984)
married 7 Aug 1943


1946
Lamar Etsen Guthrie (23 Dec 1911 - 12 Sep 2002) & Anna Deubre Allen (25 Feb 1917 - 3 Oct 2000)
married 22 Jun 1946
 



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