Jersey City rail and the industrial economy of New York harbor: Timothy White at TEDxJerseyCity

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Although neglected in a lot of New York City histories, Jersey City, NJ, was definitely essential to the economy of New York Harbor in the age of railroads. Chronicler Timothy R. White has begun comprehensive research on the financial payments of this “Sixth Borough” in the late 19th and also very early 20th centuries. In this talk, he tests his audience to believe about Jersey City as an important component of New York City’s economic background.

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