To summarize: This study explores attitudes and perceptions related to urban problems and race relations in 15 northern cities of the United States (Baltimore, Boston, Brooklyn, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Gary, Milwaukee, Newark, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, San Francisco,
This dataset pertains to individuals between the ages of 18 and 32, from immigrant families, and residing in New York city and a selection of surrounding areas. It examines the success or complication of assimilation of immigrants and children from
Opium export data for the New York Chamber of Commerce from 1870 through 1912.
Two tables compiled by the Bureau of Statistics, Treasury Department, listing the number and tonnage of vessels in foreign trade entering the port of New York for all years 1879 to 1888. The tables are broken into summaries for ships
A listing of the number of persons employed per shift for various snow removal episodes in the city of New York for the winter of 1915-1916. Table can be found on page 9 of the resource. Unique variables include the
Maps created by the Church Temperance Society purporting to show the location of liquor saloons and lager beer saloons in predominantly Lower East Side neighborhoods. The locations are shown spatially on a handrawn map with minimal attached characteristics.
The dataset lists student attendance at schools within the city, organized by ward and separated into department grammar schools and primary departments.
The attendance and number of teachers at evening schools, organized by district, ward, and school, and in the case of attendance, gender and race.
A list of social clubs with their name and address.
List of Manhattan libraries, organized alphabetically by name. Includes exact address or description of location; days and hours of operation; admission or membership fees at various tiers; and gender restrictions (e.g., separate reading rooms for women).