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Disturbances Which Were Called Riots In Earlier Times 1855
 

The Great New York Police Riot 1857 and The Five Points Riot of New York 1857
 
The Staten Island Riot: The Quarantine Conflagration September 2, 1858

The Staten Island Riot: The Quarantine War September 3, 1858

The Astor Place Riot 1859 and A Riot Among The Soldiers of the Third Regiment Irish Brigade 1861

Mob Excitement in Brooklyn 1861

The Draft Riot in New York City 1863 Part I: President Lincoln's Proclamations

The Draft Riot in New York City 1863 Part II: Bounties/Substitutes

The Draft Riot in New York City 1863 Part III: The New York Draft Riot

The Colored Orphan Asylum Riot 1863

The Orangemen Riot 1870-1871 and Near Riot at Tompkins Square 1877

Mob Attacks Meyer's Saloon 1893

Riot Preceded the Parade of Cloakmakers 1894


College Boys Cause A Riot and A Race Riot On The West Side of Manhattan 1900

 

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Mordecai Menaheim Kaplan, American rabbi, educator and Philosopher, founded the Society for the Advancement of Judaism in 1922.

 
 

 

Mob Attacks Meyer's Saloon 1893

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The sufferers from the Cooper street fire have nearly all been provided with shelter. There has been a generous outburst on the part of the neighbors and contributions of food, money and clothing have been received to supply the immediate wants of the sufferers. A volunteer committee, consisting of J.N. Specht of 27 Pelling street. John W. Hammill of 413 Central avenue, W.H. Ball of 413 Central Avenue, J.W.B. Rose of 236 Cooper street, Emma Lang of 96A Cooper street, Marion Reeve of 33 Moffatt street and others has taken charge of the distribution and the sufferers have been asked to apply for relief at a barn in the neighborhood which has been extemporized into a relief depot.

 Last night each head of the homeless families received $7.50 from the fund collected and rations and clothing. Contributions are still solicited. The business men in the neighborhood have sent groceries, shoes, hats and clothes and efforts are in progress to provide the sufferers with houses and start them in life anew. The Queens county police this morning arrested two of the rioters and expect to have the ring-leader in custody before the day is out. The accused will be arraigned before a justice of the peace in Jamaica.

 

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