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Brooklyn's Eighteenth-century Lott House

This online feature from Archaeology magazine, the official publication of the Archaeological Institute of America, explores 300 years of an American farm in Brooklyn, New York. Promised are spiritual rites, forgotten garret rooms, candle drippings, intriguing x-inscribed artifacts, and ties to the Underground Railroad. Cool stuff. The team of archaeologists includes H. Arthur Bankoff (chairman...
Forgotten NY

Like many urban areas throughout the world, New York has experienced numerous transformations during its storied past, with certain elements of the built environment existing as mere palimpsests amidst more modern surroundings. Kevin Walsh, a lifelong New Yorker, has fashioned this fun and informative tribute to the various elements of the city's compelling past. The sections featured on the site...