As a historical novelist, I’ve written several books set in NYC through the centuries, and just purchased THE GILDED AGE. Looking forward to it! dianarubinoauthor.blogspot.com
Readers of Ephemeral New York have probably figured out that the Gilded Age is one of my favorite periods in the city’s history.
In the decades after the Civil War, Gotham was on the rise, transforming from a small-scale city lit by gas and powered by horses into a mighty metropolis of skyscrapers, subways, blazing electric light, and rapid social change.
The Gilded Age in New York, 1870-1910 (published by Black Dog & Leventhal/Hachette, September 2016) takes a deeper dive into this fascinating era, exploring what day-to-day life was like in an age of posh Fifth Avenue mansions and crowded tenements; of deep political corruption and a widening gap between rich and poor.
The book itself is available on various book sites and of course in stores.
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