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The Bronx is a fascinating history of a singular borough, mapping its evolution from a loose cluster of commuter villages to a densely populated home for New York's African American and Hispanic populations.
The Bronx from books.google.com
This collection of stories and memories from children who grew up in the Bronx includes the experiences of Yankees' broadcaster Michael Kay, J. Crew's Millard (Mickey) Drexler, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and hip hop's Grandmaster ...
The Bronx from books.google.com
C. N. Phillips returns with the next tale in the saga of five crime families that run the streets of New York's five boroughs.
The Bronx from books.google.com
This is a story about a young man with both conflicting loyalties and scruples trying to thrive while doing the right thing.
The Bronx from books.google.com
Visitors to The Bronx can enjoy special events throughout the year. These range from displays of ethnic pride such as in the Bronx Puerto Rican Day Parade, Bronx Dominican Day Parade, or the Bronx Saint Patrick's Day Parade; ...
The Bronx from books.google.com
The origin story of hip-hop—one that involves Kool Herc DJing a house party on Sedgwick Avenue in the Bronx—has become received wisdom. But Joseph C. Ewoodzie Jr. argues that the full story remains to be told.
The Bronx from books.google.com
Park 24 This 1916 photograph was taken from the west transit line in the Bronx . Opened in 1886 , the El side of Park Avenue at East 189th Street looking sparked the development of the central core of the east . The Harlem Railroad line ...
The Bronx from books.google.com
89. 90. 2004, http://www.gothamgas.com/StarlightPark/Documents/E173%20Final%20RAWPtxttblfigapp%2082004.pdf (accessed January 14, 2010). I use the 1881 date based on New York Times, “Filthy State of the Bronx River,” December 7, 1881.
The Bronx from books.google.com
... one of the largest shopping areas of the Bronx. At the Briggs Avenue intersection were two schools, Public School 46 and the Catholic school Our Lady of Refuge, where many of the Ducky Boys went to grammar school.
The Bronx from books.google.com
Bike the Bronx. www.facebook.com/Bike_the_Bronx. Bronx African American History Project. http://www.fordham.edu/ academics/programs_at_fordham_/bronx_african_americ. Bronx Council for Environmental Quality. www.bceq.org.