New York Unearthed

New York Unearthed, New York City

New York Unearthed
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Historic Sites • Ancient Ruins
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Archaeological dig in New York.
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The area
Address
Neighborhood: Downtown Manhattan (Downtown)
How to get there
  • Whitehall St – South Ferry • 2 min walk
  • South Ferry • 3 min walk

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Evan I
Brooklyn, NY536 contributions
Dec 2014 • Solo
Its a shame but Superstorm Sandy did not close this museum, local NYC Government allowed it happen. This museum was originally a concession to NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission in lieu of performing necessary historical diggings being done properly at 17 State Street by the owners of the property when putting up a new skyscraper. The best sources for the information can be found at the NY Daily News and Livescience websites by doing a Google search.

Now all the artifacts which belong to the people of NY, are being held in a new, climate-controlled 1,400-square-foot space near Times Square that won't be open to the public but the artifacts — some of which are more 1,000 years old — will be available to scholars and museums upon request. from my perspective, this is unacceptable. Access should be available for ALL people and not just scholars and museums.
Written January 5, 2015
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Margaret Meehan
Belmont, MA5 contributions
The exhibit was flooded by hurricane Sandy. In August, there were no plans to reppen. Too bad. It was an interesting view of the city.
Written October 14, 2013
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