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4. The American metropolis, from Knickerbocker days to the present time; New York city life in all its various phases
Moss, Frank, 1860-1920
YWCA of the City of New York
Watson, John F. 1779-1860
13. The Battery; the story of the adventurers, artists, statesmen, grafters, songsters, mariners, pirates, guzzlers, Indians, thieves, stuffed-shirts, turn-coats, millionaires, inventors, poets, heroes, soldiers, harlots, bootlicks, nobles, nonentities, burghers, martyrs, and murderers who played their parts during full four centuries on Manhattan island's tip
Gilder, Rodman, 1877-
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