Author: Matthew Zammit

Fulton Street Ferry

“Fulton Ferry was Brooklyn’s connection to New York for hundreds of years, until that honor – and the associated prosperity – was usurped by the Brooklyn Bridge in 1883. There are records of the local natives, the Lenape (a.k.a. Canarsee) tribe, using the area as a crossing to Manhattan” (The Weekly Nabe). “Brooklyn’s most vital connection to …

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