When people think about the city of New York, one of the most prominent images is that of the gangster the mob bosses and their henchmen, living luxurious lifestyles while wreaking havoc on the people who got in their way. In this book, Eric Ferrara will tell us exactly where and when they did their best and worst deeds, allowing readers to literally walk in the footsteps of New York's most notorious Mafioso's, from Dead Rabbits in the 1850s to John Gotti in the 1990s. Organized by neighborhood, each entry will include not only the physical address, but a description of what went down in these places and what they looked like when it happened.Big changes took place in the American Mafia, largely due to the efforts of Salvatore Maranzano. ... prejudices toward non-Italians when it came to business opportunities, nor did they care about seemingly fatuous wars between provinces .
|Title||:||Manhattan Mafia Guide|
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2011|