Bob Mayer

New York City’s Little Black Book

NEW YORK CITY’S LITTLE BLACK BOOK

Today is publication day! It’s in Kindle Unlimited so feel free to thumb through and check out all this interesting stuff about the city.

To give you an idea of what’s in it, below are screen shots of some of the table of contents. BTW, I plan to do the second book in this series, since this only touches a portion of what I’ve learned.

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Jersey Prison Ship

Prison ships in New York Harbor.

More American soldiers and sailors died in prison ships (primarily Wallabout Bay in the East River, now Fort Greene Park) than in all the battles of the Revolution combined: over 11,500.

The conditions on these ships were appalling and disease and malnutrition ran rampant.

Bodies were tossed overboard and some washed up on shore.

There is a monument in Fort Green Park: Prison Ship Martyr’s Monument.

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Bob Mayer

Bob Mayer

West Point grad; Special Ops Vet; NY Times bestseller of over 80 books; for free books and over 200 free downloadable slideshows go to www.bobmayer.com