It Happened in New York

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  • Title Page i
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • The Purchase of Manhattan for the Price of a Cheap Pair of Sneakers 1
  • It Started over a Peach 5
  • The East Hampton Witchcraft Trial 8
  • The Notorious Captain Kidd 13
  • The Trial of Peter Zenger 19
  • The Battle of Brooklyn 25
  • The Invincible Murphy 30
  • The Doctor’s Riot 35
  • Burning of the Steamship Phoenix 39
  • First New York Locomotive Throws Passengers around 43
  • The Voices of Seneca Falls 48
  • The Cardiff Giant 53
  • 204- Counts of Fraud Unravel Tweed 59
  • Bridging Together Two Wonders of the World 65
  • The Lady in Green Is High Maintenance 70
  • Elephant Arrested for Swimming to Quogue 75
  • Spectacular 100 M.P.H. Vanderbilt Cup Race 79
  • Wall Street Lays An Egg 86
  • Dumped Farmers Dump Milk 91
  • The Fbi’s Most Wanted Criminal 97
  • Dead Vaccine Saves Lives 104
  • Niagara Falls Is Falling Down 107
  • The Stolen Star 111
  • Beatles Invade Shea Stadium 116
  • Woodstock- It Started as a Sitcom Idea 120
  • A Tight Walk between Two Towers 126
  • The Amityville Horror 130
  • Night of Terror and Looting- Blackout 136
  • Miracle on Ice 141
  • Flight 800 Blown out of the Moriches 145
  • New York Facts & Trivia 151
  • Further Reading 159
  • Index 161
  • About the Authors 166
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