This Weeks Top New York History News

  • Dig at 1812 Cantonment Proves Valuable
  • State Funds War of 1812 Bicentennial
  • Boxing Historian Bert Sugar Dies
  • Four New (NYC) Landmarks
  • LG Fort to Reclaim Human Remains
  • Livingston Furniture Returned to Clermont
  • 18th-Century Wall Discovered in NYC
  • St. Patrick’s 3-Yr, $177 M Renovation
  • Scarsdale Board Delays Cudner-Hyatt Decision
  • Anne Frank Center Opens at New Location
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