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East New York in photos

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To keep my recap┬áto a reasonable size, I had to cut out a lot of photos. No need to fear – they have a home now. Enjoy! Many of these sites were identified with the help of The East New … Continue reading

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Good old East New York

A long walk around John Pitkin’s dream-come-true – nearly two centuries later. Continue reading

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East New York: John Pitkin’s dream, realized

East New York was founded by John R. Pitkin in 1835. Although he was soon bankrupted in the Panic of 1837, his dream of a thriving community would eventually come to fruition. Continue reading

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Week eighteen: East New York

My friend Anne, a lifelong New Yorker and a big fan of this project, selected my next neighborhood. I might as well have rented a place on the Queens border for the month.

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