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The slumdogs of New York: remarkable images open a window into the squalor and deprivation endured by immigrant families in an unrecognisable 19th century America

The slumdogs of New York: remarkable images open a window into the squalor and deprivation endured by immigrant families in an unrecognisable 19th century America

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  • 1. JUÃOMAYA’S NEW YORK NEW YORK
  • 2. Remarkable images open a window into thesqualorand deprivation endured by immigrantfamilies in an
  • 3. Cold night on Mulberry Street, Manhatan
  • 4. Harsh conditions for a young girl holding a baby
  • 5. Shades of the Wild West on Mulberry Street,1887
  • 6. Italian immigrant families on Jersey Street, New York
  • 7. A dilapidated wooden shack surrounded by tenement buildings, 1896
  • 8. Living on the edge on Bleecker Street
  • 9. An Italian immigrant living under the Rivington Street dump
  • 10. A man sorts through trash, 1890
  • 11. A Bohemian family roll cigars at home,1890
  • 12. A Native American, Mountain Eagle, and his family make handicrafts,1895
  • 13. Prisoners at The Lock-Step Penitentiary on Blackwell’s Island,1890
  • 14. Street children get a chance to read at a library, Henry Street,1900
  • 15. Children play with barrels in Gothan Court, Cherry Street,1890
  • 16. Teachers show primary school children how to plant seeds, 1900
  • 17. New Yorkers enjoy the open space of the newly-planted Mulberry Bend Park, 1900
  • 18. Football team posing at the West Side Playground, 68th Street, 1895
  • 19. A grocery shop and post office, Mulberry Street in Little Italy,1890
  • 20. Children play in front of Dewitt Church, 280 Rivington Street, 1890
  • 21. Three girls jump rope on the rooftop playground of the Hebrew Institute
  • 22. Children swim under the supervision of adults at public bath #10, at Hudson River
  • 23. School boys play on the rooftop playground
  • 24. Slumdweller children salute the Stars and Stripes and repeat the Oath of
  • 25. Children of detained or waiting immigrants playing on the rooftop of Ellis Island
  • 26. NEW YORK, NEW YORKWriten by John Kander and Fred EbbPerformed by Carey MulliganPiano played by Liz CaplanPHOTOGRAPHY Jacob RiisSOURCE htpp://www.dailymail.co.ukThe Slumdogs of New York