Built Before The Civil War, St. Joseph Of The Holy Family Church, Harlem, NY 1860

The Church of St. Joseph of the Holy Family is a Roman Catholic parish church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, located at 401 West 125th Street at Continue Reading →

General Daniel Edgar Sickles In Harlem And More Harper’s Weekly, 1861 (Civil War Print)

In the 1850s, General Daniel Edgar Sickles had received a commission in the 12th Regiment of the New York National Guard, had attained the rank of major, and spent allot of time Continue Reading →

General Daniel Edgar Sickles Harlem Civil War Organizer 1819 – 1914

Daniel Edgar Sickles, October 20, 1819 – May 3, 1914, was an American politician, soldier, and diplomat. Sickles spent allot of time in Harlem, visiting his brother John Sickles who lived on “123rd Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Manning Backs The South In New Civil War

You know we have a great country when anti-LGBT pastor David James Manning can boast on Tuesday that the legalization of same-sex marriage would spur a new Civil War — Continue Reading →