Weekly New York History Blogging Round-Up

  • Ephemeral New York: The New York Sun’s “Great Moon Hoax” of 1835
  • Progressive Historians: The Myth of Woodstock
  • Huffington Post: Helicopter Crashes In NYC History (Photos)
  • Walking Off the Big Apple: New York Museum Exhibitions, Fall 2009
  • US History Blog: What Would Teddy Roosevelt Think About Michael Vick?
  • Virtual Dime Museum: The Live and Let Live Oyster Saloon
  • Bovina History: Was Bovina Butter Served at the White House?
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    • November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
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      Thank you! I am looking forward to checking out the other links, thank you for those as well, of course.

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