Closely associated with The Wide Prospect, which features my wife's work:
And incorporating The Thoreau You Don't Know.
And then there is "My American Revolution," my latest book.
On Sunday, the Times writes about an historian who believes that Third Avenue and 8th Street are the potential site of the Maryland regiment. I recently investigated a site on that block that was dug up—and I called various officials and archeologists, attempting to encourage an archeological dig. Above is the site. I write extensively about the history of the site in My American Revolution, and people have been looking around there for years. I write as well about the Brooklyn historian who attempted to win a federal designation for the site and failed. His name was Jamie Kelly, a one-time subway tunnel foreman who, while working on a tunnel gang, discovered a Dutch ship, the Tijger.