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      Trump BuildingDecember 12, 2012
      Building
      • New York, United States

      The New York Stock Exchange was first located here, but the building was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1835. Learn more financial history at MoAF--right down the street at 48 Wall!

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      Bowling GreenDecember 12, 2012
      Park
      • New York, United States

      Learn more about the historical significance of Bowling Green here: http://bit.ly/TPsoj3. Don't forget to check out the Museum of American Finance, located at 48 Wall Street!

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      Federal Hall National MemorialDecember 12, 2012
      Historic Site
      • New York, United States

      Learn more about Federal Hall here: http://bit.ly/Z0BVvj . And don't forget to check out the Museum of American Finance right down the block at 48 Wall Street!

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      Grand Central TerminalDecember 11, 2012
      Train Station
      • New York, United States

      Grand Central has been serving NYC since 1913. Take the 4/5 subway to 48 Wall St. to learn more about building America's railroads at the Museum of American Finance!

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      New York City HallJuly 12, 2012
      City Hall
      • New York, United States

      City Hall of NYC is one of the oldest city halls in America that is still used for its original governmental function. Learn more about NYC history at the Museum of American Finance at 48 Wall St.

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      Cipriani Wall StreetJuly 12, 2012
      Event Space
      • New York, United States

      Cipriani is located in the historic 55 Wall St building that, starting in 1899, housed the National City Bank, which subsequently became the Citibank company. Learn more at the MoAF at 48 Wall St Read more

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      Fraunces Tavern MuseumJuly 12, 2012
      History Museum
      • New York, United States

      In 1776, a soldier named Thomas Hickey attempted to assassinate George Washington, who was staying at Fraunces Tavern at the time. Let's be glad he failed! Learn more at the MoAF at 48 Wall St Read more

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      South Street SeaportJuly 12, 2012
      Harbor / Marina
      • New York, United States

      Trade at the SSS was a major source of income for the nation, especially when almost every foot of waterfront property in Lower Manhattan was covered with docks. Learn more at the MoAF at 48 Wall St. Read more

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      Liberty State ParkJuly 12, 2012
      Park
      • Jersey City, United States

      The Morris Canal used to move coal from PA to iron factories in NJ. Now obsolete, the eastern terminus of the Canal is a remnant of a once booming industry. Learn more at the MoAF at 48 Wall St, NYC Read more

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      Central Railroad of New Jersey TerminalJuly 12, 2012
      Historic Site
      • Jersey City, United States

      Railroads became a major means of transportation, but also made robber barons very rich. They speculated and profited from monopolizing railroad companies. Learn more at the MoAF at 48 Wall St, NYC. Read more

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      MTA Subway - Wall St (4/5)July 12, 2012
      Metro
      • New York, United States

      On September 16, 1920, dynamite exploded from a horse-drawn wagon in front of the Wall Street headquarters of J.P. Morgan & Co, killing 30 and injuring hundreds. Learn more at the MoAF at 48 Wall St Read more

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      Wall StreetJuly 12, 2012
      Street
      • New York, United States

      On September 16, 1920, dynamite exploded from a horse-drawn wagon in front of the Wall Street headquarters of J.P. Morgan & Co., killing 30 and injuring hundreds. Learn more at the MoAF at 48 Wall St Read more

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      Governors IslandJuly 12, 2012
      Island
      • New York, United States

      The Dutch landed here in the 17th century to establish a trading post. 400 years later NYC is still considered by many as the financial capital of the world. To learn more, visit the MoAF at 48 Wall Read more

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      Governors Island Ferry - Soissons Dock TerminalJuly 12, 2012
      Piers
      • New York, United States

      The Dutch landed here in the 17th century to establish a trading post. 400 years later, NYC is still considered by many as the financial capital of the world. To learn more visit the MoAF at 48 Wall Read more

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      Governors Island FerryJuly 12, 2012
      Boat / Ferry
      • New York, United States

      The Dutch landed here in the 17th century to establish a trading post. 400 years later, NYC is still considered by many as the financial capital of the world. To learn more, visit the MoAF at 48 Wall Read more

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      U.S. Customs HouseJuly 12, 2012
      Museum
      • New York, United States

      The Customs House was a major source of income for the nation, especially when almost every foot of waterfront property in Lower Manhattan was covered with docks. Learn more at the MoAF at 48 Wall St Read more

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      Bowling GreenJuly 12, 2012
      Park
      • New York, United States

      The Customs House was a major source of income for the nation, especially when almost every foot of waterfront property in Lower Manhattan was covered with docks. Learn more at the MoAF at 48 Wall St. Read more

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      Federal Hall National MemorialJuly 12, 2012
      Historic Site
      • New York, United States

      Federal Hall was originally built as a Customs House. Speculators would gamble on the success of these shipping companies, leading to great wealth or disaster. Find out more at the MoAF at 48 Wall St. Read more

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      Trinity Church CemeteryJuly 12, 2012
      Cemetery
      • New York, United States

      Trinity Church cemetery is Alexander Hamilton’s final resting place. Hamilton's legacy as a financial founding father can be explored in the MoAF's main gallery and the “Alexander Hamilton Room.” Read more

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      Trinity ChurchJuly 12, 2012
      Church
      • New York, United States

      Trinity Church cemetery is Alexander Hamilton’s final resting place. Hamilton's legacy as a financial founding father can be explored in the Museum's main gallery and the “Alexander Hamilton Room.” Read more

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