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Gangsters of Harlem

The Gritty Underworld of New York Citys Most Famous Neighborhood

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        StatementBarricade Books
        PublishersBarricade Books
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        LC ClassificationsApr 16, 2010
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 116 p. :
        Number of Pages56
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10156980365X
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Gangsters of Harlem: The Gritty Underworld of New York's Most Famous Neighborhood by Ron Chepesiul, Ron Chepesiuk

Lieutenant 1960s—1970s — Cirino "Charlie Speed" Salerno Anthony Salerno's brother• In the late 1800s, Harlem was a highly fashionable neighborhood. There is also no proof that Clay and Johnson ever met, although it was more than likely the Harlem mob boss was had a front-row sear at the in Madison Square Garden to support the New York-born Jones.

For the most part, the Bombers are small in number and lack the notoriety of other criminal groups present in Empire Bay. Acting 2002—2003 — Ernest "Ernie" Muscarella acting street boss 2002-2003; imprisoned 2003-2008• Encyclopedia of Organized Crime in the United States.

Statements consisting only of original research should be removed. Prohibition and the Great Depression [ ] During the 1920s and 1930s, African American organized crime was centered in New York's where the numbers racket was largely controlled by and the "Madam Queen of Policy".

Kilgannon, Corey; Malliozzi, Vincent M. He sidestepped some dozen shootings as Gangsters of Harlem bids for his death were drops of rain. One year later, Johnson and a ragtag gang were committing armed robberies, extorting and selling protection.

East Harlem Gangs in the 1950s

Petski, Denise September 19, 2018. In the early 1960s, Mike Coppola was imprisoned on tax evasion charges and followed in the footsteps of his predecessor Ciro Terranova, being put on the shelf after his release from prison in 1963.a Harlem gangster Like in Chicago, New York City during the mid-20th century saw a dramatic increase in organized criminal rackets and the gangsters of Harlem have been among the most notorious in American history.