“Across 14th Street” with James Nevius
Date: March 8th at 6pm
Measuring 2.2 miles from the FDR Drive to West Street, 14th Street is longest crosstown street in Manhattan — and offers a remarkable cross-section of New York history. Historian James Nevius will guide participants on a virtual walking tour from river to river, looking at the architecture, cultural history, and waxing and waning importance over the centuries of Greenwich Village’s northern border. Beginning with the Lenape, Nevius will trace how 14th Street is more than just a thoroughfare, but a major landmark in and of itself.
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