Timeline of New York City

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This article is a timeline of the history of New York City in the state of New York, US.

Prior to 1700s

1700s

1800s

1800s–1840s

1850s–1890s

1900s

1900s–1940s

Wreck of the General Slocum, 1904

1950s–1970s

1980s–1990s

Contemporary history

2000s

2010s

Annual events

Murders by year

Chart of murders in the NYC area by year
Year Murders
1928 404[note 1]
1929 425
1930 494
1931 588
1932 579
1933 541
1934 458
1935 n/a
1936 510
1937–1959 n/a
1960 482
1961 483
1962 631
1963 548[209]
1964 636[209]
1965 634[209]
1966 654[209]
1967 746[209]
1968 986[209]
1969 1043[209]
1970 1117[209]
1971 1466[209]
1972 1691[209]
1973 1680[209]
1974 1554[209]
1975 1645[209]
1976 1622[209]
1977 1557[209]
1978 1504[209]
1979 1733[209]
1980 1814[209]
1981 1826[209]
1982 1668[209]
1983 1622[209]
1984 1450[209]
1985 1384[209]
1986 1582[209]
1987 1672[209]
1988 1896[209]
1989 1905[209]
1990 2245[209][note 2]
1991 2154[209]
1992 1995[209]
1993 1946[209]
1994 1561[209]
1995 1177[209]
1996 983[209]
1997 770[209]
1998 633[209]
1999 671[209]
2000 673[209]
2001 649[209][note 3]
2002 587[209]
2003 597[209]
2004 570[209]
2005 539[209]
2006 596[209]
2007 494[209]
2008 522
2009 471[210]
2010 534[211]
2011 515[212]
2012 414[note 4]
2013 332
  1. ^ 1928: First year tabulated.
  2. ^ 1990: Highest total to date.
  3. ^ 2001: Not including the September 11 attacks.
  4. ^ 2012: Lowest total since 1928, lowest per capita rate.

See also

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Bibliography

See also: Books about New York City and History of New York City#Further reading
Published in the 19th century
  • W. Williams (1849). Appletons' New York City and Vicinity Guide. New York: D. Appleton & Company.
  • George Henry Townsend (1867). "New York". A Manual of Dates (2nd ed.). London: Frederick Warne & Co.
  • Franklin B. Hough (1872). "New York City". Gazetteer of the State of New York. Albany, N.Y: Andrew Boyd. OCLC 18450990.
  • John Bostwick Moreau (1881), Events in the History of New York City
  • Joseph Sabin, ed. (1881). "New York City". Bibliotheca Americana. 13. New York. OCLC 13972268.
  • Appleton's Dictionary of New York. D. Appleton and Co. 1898.
  • "Chronology of New York". Greater New York. New York: Evening Post Publishing Co. 1898.
  • Florence N. Levy, ed. (1899). "New York Galleries (etc.)". American Art Annual 1898. 1. NY: Macmillan. pp. 214–313.
  • Maud Wilder Goodwin; et al., eds. (1899). Historic New York. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons.
Published in the 20th century
Published in the 21st century
  • Julie Ault, ed. (2002). "Chronology of selected alternative structures, spaces, artists' groups, and organizations in New York City, 1965–85". Alternative Art, New York, 1965–1985. University of Minnesota Press. ISBN 978-0-8166-3794-2.
  • Jeffrey A. Kroessler (2002), New York Year by Year: A Chronology of the Great Metropolis, New York University Press, ISBN 0-8147-4751-5
  • James Trager (2003). New York Chronology. Harper Collins. ISBN 978-0-06-201860-1.
  • Eric Homberger (2005). "Chronology". Historical Atlas of New York City (2nd ed.). Henry Holt and Company. pp. 170–181. ISBN 978-0-8050-7842-8.
  • Chris Mitchell (January 7, 2008), "What Would It Take to Get New York City's Murder Rate to Zero?", New York Magazine
  • Kenneth T. Jackson, ed. (2010). Encyclopedia of New York City (2nd ed.). Yale University Press. ISBN 978-0-300-18257-6. (+ 1st ed., 1995, via Internet Archive)
  • Barry W. Seaver (2010). "Rebecca Rankin's Campaign for a Municipal Archives in New York, 1920–1952". Libraries & the Cultural Record. 45 (3). JSTOR 25750344.
  • Andrew F. Smith (2013). New York City: A Food Biography. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. ISBN 978-1-4422-2713-2. Includes Chronology.
  • Sam Roberts (2014). History of New York in 101 Objects. Simon and Schuster. ISBN 978-1-4767-2880-3.

External links

  • "New York", American Geographical Society Library Digital Map Collection, USA – via University of Wisconsin, ca.1775–1986
  • "Manhattan Timetable". Manhattan Timeformations. Skyscraper Museum.
  • "New York City Historical Boundaries", MapStory, archived from the original on 2014-10-21
  • Items related to New York City, various dates (via Digital Public Library of America)
  • "New York". You Are Here. MIT Media Lab. Archived from the original on June 6, 2014. (maps)
  • Before/ After: New York City, São Paulo, Brazil: Urb-i. (Photographic "examples of public space transformation from car-oriented to pedestrian friendly. Viewed through Google Streetview")
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