Timeline of Brooklyn

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This is a timeline and chronology of the history of Brooklyn, New York. Brooklyn is the most populous of New York City's boroughs, and was settled in 1646.

Contents

17th century

18th century

Wykoff-Bennet House, built c. 1744 Van Nuyse House Brooklyn 2.JPG
Wykoff-Bennet House, built c. 1744
Erasmus Hall High School on Flatbush Avenue seen in 2008 Erasmus Hall HS long jeh.JPG
Erasmus Hall High School on Flatbush Avenue seen in 2008

19th century

1800s

The screw sloop-of-war USS Enterprise docked at the shipyard, ca. 1890. USS Enterprise (1874) at the New York Navy Yard.jpg
The screw sloop-of-war USS Enterprise docked at the shipyard, ca. 1890.
Quarters 'A', Brooklyn Navy Yard Quartersabloomjeh.jpg
Quarters 'A', Brooklyn Navy Yard

1810s

1820s

1830s

John Rankin House at 440 Clinton Street, constructed in 1840 John Rankin House 440 Clinton Street Brooklyn.jpg
John Rankin House at 440 Clinton Street, constructed in 1840

1840s

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Brooklyn Borough Hall

1850s

Philharmonic Society of Brooklyn Brooklyn-philharmonic-1.jpg
Philharmonic Society of Brooklyn

1860s

Brooklyn Sanitary Fair, Knickerbocker Hall, 1864 Brooklyn Museum - Brooklyn Sanitary Fair - overall.jpg
Brooklyn Sanitary Fair, Knickerbocker Hall, 1864
Soldiers' and Sailors' Arch at Grand Army Plaza The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch at Grand Army Plaza.jpg
Soldiers' and Sailors' Arch at Grand Army Plaza

1870s

Repaving Clinton Street, ca. 1872-1887 1996.164.2-1788 glass IMLS SL2.jpg
Repaving Clinton Street, ca. 1872–1887

1880s

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Brooklyn Bridge
City of Brooklyn as mapped in 1897, before consolidation with Greater New York 1897 Brooklyn map.jpg
City of Brooklyn as mapped in 1897, before consolidation with Greater New York

1890s

The Brooklyn Museum (exterior shown) was founded in 1895 Brooklyn Museum June 2008 sunset jeh.JPG
The Brooklyn Museum (exterior shown) was founded in 1895
Claude Monet, The Church at Vernon, (1894), The Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn Museum - Church at Vernon - Claude Monet - overall.jpg
Claude Monet, The Church at Vernon, (1894), The Brooklyn Museum.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Les Vignes a Cagnes, (1908), The Brooklyn Museum Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Les Vignes a Cagnes.jpg
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Les Vignes à Cagnes, (1908), The Brooklyn Museum
John Singer Sargent, Paul Cesar Helleu Sketching with His Wife, (1889), at The Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn Museum - An Out-of-Doors Study - John Singer Sargent - overall.jpg
John Singer Sargent, Paul César Helleu Sketching with His Wife, (1889), at The Brooklyn Museum.

20th century

1900s

The former Rusell Benedict House (1902) at 104 Buckingham Road in Prospect Park South 104 Buckingham Road Prospect Park South.jpg
The former Rusell Benedict House (1902) at 104 Buckingham Road in Prospect Park South
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Logo of the Brooklyn Dodgers/Superbas from 1910 through 1913
Coney Island "Cyclone" roller-coaster Coney Island 2010 109.JPG
Coney Island "Cyclone" roller-coaster

1910s

1920s

1930s

Louis Gossett Jr, Born: May 27, 1936 Louis Gossett Jr LF.JPG
Louis Gossett Jr, Born: May 27, 1936

1940s

Lou Reed performing at the Hop Farm Music Festival (2011) Lou Reed at the Hop Farm Music Festival.jpg
Lou Reed performing at the Hop Farm Music Festival (2011)

1950s

D'Onofrio in 2011. Vincent Utah.jpg
D'Onofrio in 2011.

1960s

Brooklyn Heights Historic District 62 Montague Street Brooklyn heights july2006a.jpg
Brooklyn Heights Historic District
Map of (part of) Brooklyn in 1967 NY Brooklyn 123132 1967 24000.jpg
Map of (part of) Brooklyn in 1967

1970s

1980s

1990s

21st century

2000s

Brooklyn Navy Yard, Building 92 museum BLDG 92 BNY jeh.jpg
Brooklyn Navy Yard, Building 92 museum

2010s

2020s

See also

other NYC boroughs

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