Weekly New York History Blogging Round-Up

  • American Magazine: Waterfront Priests [Video]
  • Brooklynology: W.F. Mangels and his &#8220Amusing&#8221 Career
  • AHA Today: Is There a Future for Humanities Journals?
  • American Heritage: Doulas Brinkley On TR’s Wild Side
  • Patell and Waterman: Knickerbocker Beer
  • Lost City: The Bloomberg [Preservation] Legacy
  • Ephemeral New York: Wigstock A Labor Day Tradition
  • New York Outdoors Blog: Old Croton Aqueduct Trail
  • Uncataloged Museum: Does Pricing Change Visitor Behavior?
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