<p>The tides of American history lead through the streets of New York City &mdash; from the huddled masses on Ellis Island&nbsp;to the sleazy theaters of 1970s Times Square. The elevated railroad to the Underground Railroad. Hamilton to Hammerstein! Greg and Tom explore more than 400 years of action-packed stories, featuring both classic and forgotten figures who have shaped the world.&nbsp;</p>

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#10 Central Park Zoo 2008-10-05
#9 St. Patrick's Old Cathedral 2008-10-05
#8 Dakota Apartments and 'Rosemary's Baby' 2008-10-05
#7 Washington Square Park 2008-10-04
#6 Governors Island 2008-10-04
#5 Blackout 2008-10-04
#64 Green-Wood Cemetery 2008-10-03
#63 New York Stock Exchange 2008-09-26
#62 Shea Stadium 2008-09-19
#61 The Pan Am Building 2008-09-19
#60 Five Points: The Fate of Five Points 2008-09-19
#59 Five Points: Wicked Slum 2008-09-19
#57 Carnegie Hall 2008-09-19
#56 Randall's Island and the 1936 Olympic Trials 2008-09-19
#55 The Evolution of Central Park 2008-09-19
#54 The Creation of Central Park 2008-09-19
#53 The Meatpacking District: Glamour and Gore 2008-09-19
#52 DeWitt Clinton and the Erie Canal 2008-09-19
#51 McSorley's Old Ale House 2008-09-19
#50 Canal Street and Collect Pond 2008-09-19
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