Tenement Life in NYC
A tenement is a multi-occupancy building of any sort. 26 27 Buildings within the courtyards were the location of much of Berlin's industry until the 1920s, and noise and other nuisances affected the apartments, only the best of which had windows facing the street. By 1907 there were some 2,500 conventillos, with 150,000 occupants. Tenement the Characteristics of Entrepreneurs cities: from 19th century Berlin to 21st century Nairobi, Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press, 2011, isbn. In 1867 the number of tenement houses was 18,582. 'A light for the stairs! That adroit Finn, noticing my inquiring look, blurted out: 'That arm went in a street accident, I suppose?' No, sir; it wint at the battle of Spottsylvania.' "Here was a hero! New York City, and as a police reporter for newspapers, including The Evening Sun, he had gotten a unique view into the grimy, crime-infested world of the Lower East Side. This home was composed, in the parlance of the place, of a 'room and bedroom.' The room was about twelve feet square, and eight feet from floor to ceiling. Sam Bass Warner,., Cambridge, Massachusetts: Belknap/Harvard University, 1970.
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I say, Tom he called back to his companion, who had remained with me in the darkness, 'here's a big break in the Croton main.' But a moment later, in an affrighted voice: 'No, it ain't. In 1930, Werner Hegemann 's polemic Das steinerne Berlin (Stony Berlin) referred to the city in its subtitle as "the largest tenement city in the world." 24 They were built during a period of great increases in population between 18, particularly after German unification. 15 The New York City Board of Health was empowered to enforce these regulations, but it declined to. The law classes all dwellings containing three or more families as tenement houses, but the true tenement house is an institution peculiar to New York. A large number of the tenements in Edinburgh and Glasgow were demolished in the 1960s and 1970s because of slum conditions, overcrowding and poor maintenance of the buildings. Further reading edit Huchzermeyer, Marie. Two major studies of tenements were completed in the 1890s, and in 1901 city officials passed the Tenement House Law, which effectively outlawed the construction of new tenements on 25-foot lots and mandated improved sanitary conditions, fire escapes and access to light. The hard facts the Atomic Bomb in World War 2 included in Riis booksuch as the fact that 12 adults slept in a room some 13 feet across, and that the infant death rate in the tenements was as high as 1 in 10stunned many in America and around the world and. A b Plunz,.
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