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Nathan Ward

Nathan Ward is an author and journalist who served as an editor at American Heritage. In 2010 Ward published Dark Harbor: The War for the New York Waterfront. Ward frequently writes for The New York Times, and he lives in Brooklyn.

Articles by Nathan Ward

One of the half-dozen most famous Americans of the twentieth century steps into full daylight Read >>
The City of Churches and Henry Ward Beecher, of Walt Whitman, Coney Island, and a famously departed baseball team is ready for its next act—as a world-class tourist destination Read >>
There’s no place like home—especially if it’s an ancient railway barge Read >>
Hungry?, August/September 2005 | Vol. 56, No. 4
Five Brooklyn classics will take care of that Read >>
A talk with the superb journalist and sports report who was the co-author of MASH and wrote Ernest Hemingway’s favorite fight novel Read >>
When terrorists first struck New York’s financial district Read >>
Carter, Kennedy, and Me Read >>
A Sporting Life, October 1999 | Vol. 50, No. 6
The author of America’s best-loved baseball book speaks of his days as a reporter, of his time (unique among sportswriters) owning a team, and of his latest subject, Jack Dempsey, whose violent career he uses to illuminate an era Read >>
A D-DAY VETERAN’S GRANDSON ATTEMPTS TO FIND THE ANSWER TO THAT MOST IMPENETRABLE QUESTION: WHAT WAS IT LIKE? Read >>
False Dawn Read >>
Time Machine, November 1993 | Vol. 44, No. 7
Dear John Smith Read >>
Lesbian Chic Read >>
Time Machine, November 1993 | Vol. 44, No. 7
Nixon Redux; Fighting Shirley Read >>
Time Machine, November 1993 | Vol. 44, No. 7
Birth of the Yale Woman Read >>
Schermerhorn, the Rain King Read >>
Unclean Gene Read >>
Keeping It On Read >>
Philadelphia Fever Read >>
His Truth Goes Marching On Read >>
She Thumped Her Last Read >>

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