This Weeks Top New York History News

Each Friday morning New York History compiles for our readers the previous week’s top stories about New York’s state and local history. You can find all our weekly news round-ups here.

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  1. Jeremy Norton

    Sandy left a great deal of suffering to the people of New York. Almost all experienced shortage of food, No electricity and No source of heat for several days.

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