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Morris-Jumel Mansion
Manhattan's oldest surviving house, the Morris-Jumel Mansion in Harlem Heights is rich with history.
Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre
The Swedish Cottage, a model schoolhouse, was built as Sweden's exhibit for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, and was moved to Central Park in 1877.
Tenement Life in New York City
See the book "How the Other Half Lives," by Jacob Riis, online.
Tweed Courthouse
Built between 1861 and 1881, the Old New York County Courthouse, better known as Tweed Courthouse, is architecturally one of New York's greatest civic monuments.
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