Little Italy

By Nathan Myhrvold
Limited Edition

The first time the term “Little Italy” was used in the New York Times to refer to an Italian neighborhood was in 1886 in a story about the Italian enclave in East Harlem that stretched from 96th to 125th Streets and from Lexington Avenue to the East River. There was another “Little Italy” in lower Manhattan around Mulberry Bend. Little Italy in Manhattan still exists, as do remnants of the one in Harlem. There is also a large contingent of Italians around Arthur Avenue in the Bronx.

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