Lost Amusement Parks of New York City (PDF)
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The City S Over Saturation Of During The Early city s over saturation of "amusements The Path to Gay Rights during the early centuryate there is only one amusement park that remains " during the early century To ate there is only one amusement park that remains that is my beloved Coney Island A fun read for those interested in NYC history A wealth of historical information sometimes ry This book sounded super interesting at the outset And there is some cool information in there about amusement parks that existed in New York s various boroughs and have been lost to history However many of the issues are written about in the same way making this slim volume a bit repetitive Also for a history book where are the sources I was rather amazed to iscover that there is NO bibliograph. Still a relief from everyday life theme parks are popular now Rediscover the thrills of the past from the lost amusement parks of New York CityConey Island is an iconic symbol of turn of the century New York but many other amusement parks thrilled the residents of the five boroughs Strategically placed at
Ith society If you grew up in the area this is a great book for your collection Some interesting information BUTThis book is written like a high school term "paperpoorly and ry From park to park there is a huge amount of repetition even own "and ry From park to park there is a huge amount of repetition even own the phrases used over and over
is n0t a pleasurable read I would recommend this to anyone who enjoyed the book the Museum Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman There was efinitely something magical about old nyc amusement parks It s hard to envision the city with acres of untouched land As someone whose ancestors came to nyc uring this time I can only hope they had the opportunity to visit these attractions in their prime. S and patrons from the wooden coasters at Staten Island's Midland Beach to beer gardens on ueens' North Beach and fireworks blasting from the Bronx's Starlight Park However as real estate becameThis is n0t a pleasurable read I would recommend this to anyone who enjoyed the book the Museum
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review Ý PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Barbara GottlockY or footnotes How was this published I id enjoy the pictures however and I ve made notes to see if I can find some of the original source material on some of these parks to read for myself Interesting read about some of the amusement parks rather large ones too that flourished in New York City up until
the year I was born Well researched history but presented in a very ry and straight forward way Ityear I was born
Well researched history but presented in a very ry and straight forward way It obvious that the authors are good historiansresearched history but presented in a very ry and straight forward way It obvious that the authors are good historians not amusement park fans based on some of the etails But fans of these parks will love the book I enjoyed relating the major players of the amusement industry to parks in the Area And Reading How The Parks Grew and reading how the parks grew changed He end of trolley lines railways public beaches and waterways these playgrounds for rich and poor alike first appeared in 1767 From humble beginnings they eveloped into huge sites like Fort George Manhattan's massive amusement complex Each park was influenced by the culture and eclectic tastes of its owner.