Thomas W. Knowlton Killed In Action At The Battle Of Harlem Heights 1776

Thomas W. Knowlton, November 22, 1740 – September 16, 1776, considered America’s first Intelligence professional and was killed in the Battle of Harlem Heights, during the Revolutionary War on 117th Street and Riverside Drive, Harlem, NY, 1776.

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The Harlem Rivers Roger Morris, A Colonel British Officer, Friend Of George Washington And More

Roger Morris, 28 January 1727 – 13 September 1794, was a colonel in the British Army who fought in the French and Indian War and made uptown his home after the war. Continue Reading →

Macy’s Salute Those Who Serve With Support To Empower Veterans And Military Families

This July, Macy’s and its customers nationwide will pay special tribute to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces with a charitable round-up campaign, “Macy’s Salutes Those Who Serve,” to support active duty military, veterans and military families. Continue Reading →

Exclusive: Philanthropist Jean Shafiroff Heads To London To Meet Prince Harry For Walking With The Wounded

Harlem World fave and prominent philanthropist Jean Shafiroff journeyed to London to meet His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex (Prince Harry) in support of Walking With The Wounded. Continue Reading →

Harlem Hellfighters, Harlem, NY 1913 (Photographs)

The 369th Infantry Regiment, formerly known as the 15th New York National Guard Regiment, was an infantry regiment of the United States Army that saw action in World War I and World War II. Continue Reading →