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From flophouses to penthouses, the Bowery has seen it all. Native American footpath, Dutch farm road and site of NYC's first free black settlement, the Bowery was an early social hub for the working class, gangs, gays, immigrant Irish, Italians, Chinese, Jews and Germans. Stephen Crane called it "the most interesting place in New York." It was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013. Despite such honors, it is one of the city's most endangered historic treasures. Join Mitchell Grubler & David Mulkins of Bowery Alliance of Neighbors for this tour. Cost: $30 / $20 Members
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