Jack Eichenbaum, the Queens Borough Historian and a native of Flushing, holds a PhD in urban geography and is dedicated to promoting Queens’ history-related attractions as well as its changing cultures. Through a variety of walking tours and his love of the area, Jack enlightens others to the historical, ecological, and cultural significances of the past and future of the neighborhood.
When taking any of the Geography of NYC Tours with Jack Eichenbaum, be sure to bring your camera and wear your walking shoes. This is an excellent way to explore the area as the weather warms up and the trees and flowers begin to bloom.
Religion on the Land: Issues in Flushing
North Flushing-Whitestone-Malba Ramble
The Right-of-Way of the Flushing Central Rail Road
Flushing Meadows – Corona Park
Flushing’s Main Street
The World of the #7 Train
For information on additional and custom tours, visit www.geognuyc.com.
Taking a Geography of NYC Tour with Jack Eichenbaum is a wonderful way to spend a day when staying with us
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