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Unknown to many people, Washington Square Park in New York City used to be a potter's field, in other words, a mass grave for the poor, criminal, and cholera victims in the early 1800s when Greenwich Village was a suburb of the city. When the city started to expand, cemeteries within the city were closed or turfed over to form parks, and transform poor areas into wealthy areas, much as they do with neighborhoods in Manhattan today. However, because Washington Square Park has thousands of…

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