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Five Points

Five Points

Archaeologists and historians rediscover a famous nineteenth-century New York neighborhood, the Five Points district. Named for the points created by the intersection of Park, Worth, and Baxter streets, the neighborhood was known as a center of vice and debauchery throughout the nineteenth century. The archaeological excavation of the Foley Square courthouse block provided the opportunity to examine the physical remains of life in this...

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