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Series historical adviser Daniel Czitrom examines the corrupt political and criminal justice system prevalent in late 19th century New York City.
Series historical adviser Daniel Czitrom explores the memory, fear, and pain of the worst civil insurrection in American history, the 1863 Draft Riots.
Series historical adviser Daniel Czitrom offers a look at the business of prostitution in Five Points, a sex hub since the early 1800s.
In terms of her opium use, Elizabeth was not unlike many women in the 19th century.
Series historical adviser, Daniel Czitrom, discusses the death and disease that were caused by contaminated water and other health hazards in 19th century New York City.
Like Sara's mother, many newly freed slaves in 1865 had to adjust to living in the urban North.
Series historical adviser Daniel Czitrom explores the hostility the New York Police Department faced during the Civil War.
Series historical adviser Daniel Czitrom details a new type of criminal emerging in Five Points during the late 19th century - professional counterfeiters.
Learn more about the bounty brokers who caused trouble for the detectives in Copper from the series historical adviser, Daniel Czitrom.
Series historical adviser Daniel Czitrom offers a closer look General Brendan Donovan's career, and "ward bosses" of the mid-nineteenth century.