For those who miss Max Fish: it was way worse.
The long forgotten Thanksgiving practice was celebrated during the late 1800s and early 1900s and was a precursor to Halloween.
This will make you yearn for the Central Park where sheep roamed freely.
New York City is one of the oldest metropolises in America, but it hasn’t always honored its heritage. These are some of the greatest landmarks that no longer exist today. However, if you want to see what the city was like back in the 1860s, check out Copper, new episodes Sundays at 10/9c only on BBC America.
A lot can change in a hundred years. Am I the only one that watches these old movie reels thinking, “All these people are dead,” the whole time?