The Origins of Microbiology Education in the United States: Brooklyn's Hoagland Laboratory with Professor Michael J. Hanophy
Microbiology was first established as a field of scientific study in the late 19th century when many of the techniques for the observation of microbes were first developed. This new scientific field required education. Brooklyn's...
Author Talk: "The Margaret Palca Bakes Cookbook: Cakes, Cookies, Muffins, and Memories from a Famous Brooklyn Baker"
Margaret Palca's baked goods are renown all over New York City and at her Columbia Street eatery. In her brand new, beautifully photographed cookbook she tells the story of her journey as a professional baker, and presents her...
Immerse yourself in the history of Brooklyn’s famous Plymouth Church during the Civil War era. Historian and author Frank Decker will speak on the Ministry of Freedom that cemented the church’s role as a leader in the Abolitionist Movement and...
See Coney Island like you've never seen it before with Coney Island History Project historian and life-long resident, Charles Denson! Our tour of Coney Island explores the neighborhood's history from colonial farmland to vacationers retreat to...