During Kieft's War , approximately eighty Lenapes were killed by the Dutch in a massacre at Pavonia on the night of February 25, The Black Tom explosion occurred on July 30, , as an act of sabotage on American ammunition supplies by German agents to prevent the materials from being used by the Allies in World War I. After this war, Alexander Hamilton and other prominent New Yorkers and New Jerseyeans attempted to develop the area that would become historic downtown Jersey City and laid out the city squares and streets that still characterize the neighborhood, giving them names also seen in Lower Manhattan or after war heroes Grove, Varick, Mercer, Wayne, Monmouth, and Montgomery among them. None were able to duplicate the level of power held by Hague,  but the city and the county remained notorious for political corruption for years. Lola disappeared in December and is presumed dead. Pauw, however, was an absentee landlord who neglected to populate the area and was obliged to sell his holdings back to the Company in Originally elected as a candidate supporting reform in governance, the Jersey City History website says his name is "synonymous with the early twentieth century urban American blend of political favoritism and social welfare known as bossism ". Michael Reyniersz Pauw received a land grant as patroon on the condition that he would establish a settlement of not fewer than fifty persons within four years. Blue disappeared about the time of the September 11 attacks in
Lola disappeared in December and is presumed dead. Her first nesting attempt was in the winter and spring of using the existing nest. For two years, their nest was on a building on Seventh Avenue at 57th Street two blocks south of the park , after which Junior and Charlotte left the area. In , the first permanent, drinking water disinfection system in the U. Red-tailed hawk in Riverside Park In recent years, many more red-tailed hawks have taken up residence in New York City. Tens of millions of immigrants passed through these stations as they made their way westward from Ellis Island into the United States. Relations with the Lenape deteriorated, in part because of the colonialist's mismanagement and misunderstanding of the indigenous people, and led to series of raids and reprisals and the virtual destruction of the settlement on the west bank. Life[ edit ] When he arrived in Central Park in , as a first-year immature hawk, Pale Male tried to nest in a tree, but he was driven off by crows. On February 22, , it became part of the newly created Hudson County. Although both Tristan and Isolde have since died, they and their successors at the cathedral nest had fledged 20 baby red-tails as of While a majority of the voters across the county approved the merger, the only municipalities that had approved the consolidation plan and that adjoined Jersey City were Hudson City and Bergen City. However, eggs laid by Lola in March did not hatch, and in fact Pale Male and Lola did not hatch any new eyasses since the disturbance of their original nest. Kenny , Thomas J. A hawk couple known as Tristan and Isolde claimed Central Park's Great Hill and North Wood as their territory in , but their nest was located about four blocks from the park at the Cathedral of St. An element of the bill provide that only contiguous towns could be consolidated. In , First Love died after eating a poisoned pigeon in Central Park. This new hawk, Lima also called "Ginger", because of her dark feathers on her neck and chin , was only in her second year. A study commissioned by the Audubon Society reported that pairs of red-tails were spotted breeding in nests at 32 locations throughout the city, and hawk watchers say they have spotted dozens of unattached Red-tails across the five boroughs. In September Zena disappeared and was presumed dead, and Pale Male took a new mate, called "Octavia" due to her status as Pale Male's eighth mate. During Kieft's War , approximately eighty Lenapes were killed by the Dutch in a massacre at Pavonia on the night of February 25, On December 14, , the building, various city agencies, and the Audubon Society came to an agreement to replace the spikes and to install a new "cradle" for the nest. Simultaneous to this building boom, the light-rail network was developed. John the Divine , overlooking Morningside Park. The hawks regularly perched on the Beresford and may have roosted there at night, but they continued to return to the Fifth Avenue location during nesting season. By December 28, , the scaffolding had been removed and the hawks started bringing twigs to the nest site.
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