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Topic: Forgotten Splendor: Restoring Downtown's Historic Architecture Location: Federal Hall National Memorial May 17, 2007: Speaker: Barbara Christen, Architectural historian; Cass Gilbert scholar.
the Museum of Jewish Heritage, Trinity Church, South Street Seaport, The National Museum of the American Indian, Federal Hall National Memorial, Stone Street Historic District, the Museum of American Financial History, the East Coast World War II Memorial in Historic Battery Park, the New York City Police Museum, the Irish Hunger Memorial, and many others.
One park, Federal Hall National Memorial, was damaged by vibrations caused by the collapse of the World Trade Center towers.
The collapse of the World Trade Towers on September 11 sent a seismic shock through lower Manhattan, worsening a long-developing crack in Federal Hall National Memorial, the stone and marble building where President George Washington first took the oath of office.
Federal Hall National Memorial, located on Wall Street in the financial district, became a disaster shelter, providing refuge to hundreds of pedestrians fleeing the rubble of the Trade Center.
Federal Hall National Memorial, at the corner of Wall and Broad streets, was the seat of New York's colonial government and the home site of the nation's first capital.

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