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Rose Of Washington Square

Author : James F. Hanley
ISBN : 9783841802743
Genre : Music
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This Ebook contains the score of the song in Bb-Major. It includes Piano, Vocals & Chords. The musical genre is Traditional Pop. ### Die Originalversion von "Rose Of Washington Square" wurde 1939 veröffentlicht. Sie entstammt dem gleichnamigen Kinofilm. Von verschiedenen Künstlern wurden in den letzten Jahrzehnten zahlreiche Bearbeitungen des Songs angefertigt. Mittlerweile gehört dieser Song zum Popular Standard. In dieser Ausgabe sind die Klaviernoten in der Tonart Bb-Dur im Violin- und Bassschlüssel notiert. Akkordbezeichnungen, Text und Gesangsmelodie sind in dieser Ausgabe ebenfalls enthalten.

Around Washington Square

Author : Luther S. Harris
ISBN : 080187341X
Genre : History
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A fascinating exploration of the origins of Greenwich Village, a la Gangs of New York, takes readers back in time to the Fifteenth Ward, and area of prosperity whose cultural life was lead by the likes of Herman Melville, Walt Whitman, and Edgar Allen Poe. (History)

It Happened On Washington Square

Author : Emily Kies Folpe
ISBN : 0801870887
Genre : History
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A lively history of one of Manhattan's most interesting neighborhoods takes a close look at this long-time haven for writers, artists, and intellectuals built around one of the city's most popular parks. (History)

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Washington Square

Author : Henry James
ISBN : UOM:39015003631754
Genre : Fathers and daughters
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Philadelphia S Washington Square

Author : Bill Double
ISBN : 0738565504
Genre : History
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Philadelphia's Washington Square, a shaded 6.6-acre plot near the nation's birthplace at Independence Hall, has been a focal point of the city's history for more than 300 years. Designated by William Penn in 1683 as an open space, the square served as a potter's field for its first 100 years. The remains of more than 2,000 indigents, soldiers, and yellow fever victims rest beneath its sod. By 1825, the graveyard was closed and the square was redesigned as a public promenade. Rude huts on its periphery gave way to fashionable middle-class homes. Washington Square became a destination for publishing and advertising, home to the likes of J. B. Lippincott, W. B. Saunders, Curtis Publishing Company, Farm Journal, and advertising giant N. W. Ayer. In the 1950s, its Society Hill neighborhood was restored, and a memorial to the unknown soldier of the American Revolution was dedicated in the square. Today the square is again attracting the affluent with condominiums in its converted publishing houses.

Preep Of Old Washington Square

Author : Sarah Jackson
ISBN : 9781931823258
Genre : Cardinals (Birds)
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A mother cardinal teaches her son Preep about the area where their cardinal family has always lived.

Washington Square Moves

Author : Matthew Witten
ISBN : 0822214091
Genre : Drama
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THE STORY: The urban misfits who play chess in Washington Square Park have no money and no home, but they are smart, witty, and above all, terrific chess players. Al, a homeless ex-convict, hustles chess for a living with his buddies, Sammy D., a y

The Miracle On Washington Square

Author : Joan Marans Dim
ISBN : 0739102168
Genre : Education
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In this richly illustrated volume, Joan Marans Dim and Nancy Murphy Cricco bring together a wide range of historical materials to craft a remarkable institutional history of New York University. The Miracle on Washington Square charts the parallel emergence of New York City and its namesake university into international prominence. Synthesizing an array of institutional and archival documentation with a unique visual history, the authors provide insight into the making of a university and the leadership required for its continued growth.

The Taming Of New York S Washington Square

Author : Erich Goode
ISBN : 9781479878574
Genre : Social Science
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The surprising and unofficial system of social control and regulation that keeps crime rates low in New York City’s Washington Square Park Located in New York City’s Greenwich Village, Washington Square Park is a 9.75-acre public park that is perhaps best known for its historic Washington Square Arch, a landmark at the foot of 5th Avenue. Hundreds, if not thousands, pass through the park every day, some sit on benches enjoying the sunshine, play a game of chess, watch their children play in the playground, take their dog to the dog runs, or sit by the fountain or, sometimes, buy or sell drugs. The park has an extremely low crime rate. Sociologist, and local resident, Erich Goode wants to know why. He notes that many visitors do violate park rules and ordinances, even engaging in misdemeanors like cigarette and marijuana smoking, alcohol consumption, public urination, skateboarding and bike riding. And yet, he argues, contrary to the well-known “broken windows” theory, which suggests that small crimes left unchecked lead to major crimes, serious crimes hardly ever take place there. Why with such an immense volume of infractions—and people—are there so little felonious or serious, and virtually no violent, crime? With rich and detailed observations as well as in-depth interviews, Goode demonstrates how onlookers, bystanders, and witnesses—both denizens and your average casual park visitor—provide an effective system of social control, keeping more serious wrongdoing in check. Goode also profiles the parks visitors, showing us that the park is a major draw to residents and tourists alike. Visitors come from all over; only a quarter of the park’s visitors live in the neighborhood (the Village and SoHo), one out of ten are tourists, and one out of six are from upper Manhattan or the Bronx. Goode looks at the patterns of who visits the park, when they come, and, once in the park, where they go. Regardless of where they live, Goode argues, all of the Park’s visitors help keep the park safe and lively. The Taming of New York’s Washington Square is an engaging and entertaining look at a surprisingly safe space in the heart of Manhattan.

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