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  Staten Island Zoo
Staten Island is one of the five boroughs of New York City, located on an island of the same name on the west side of the Narrows at the entrance of New York Harbor.
Staten Island residents voted 2-1 in favor of secession in November of 2003.
The village became the county seat of Richmond County, as Staten Island is alternatively known, and remained as such until the emergence of St. George soon after the ferries to Manhattan and Brooklyn began to proliferate at the latter site near the end of the 19th Century.
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 Staten Island Stapletons - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Staten Island Stapletons were originally founded in 1915 and played in the National Football League from 1929 to 1930.
Jack Shapiro, who was a blocking back for the Stapletons, was the shortest player in NFL history.
The team was based in Staten Island, New York.
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 Stapleton, Staten Island - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stapleton is a neighborhood in northeastern Staten Island in New York City in the United States.
Stapleton is one of the older waterfront neighborhoods of the borough, built in the 1830s on land once owned by the Vanderbilt family.
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 stapleton
This red brick Romanesque Revival edifice, designed by Stapleton resident Paul Kuhne in 1889 in Tappen Park, at Wright and Canal Streets, is Staten Island’s only remaining village hall (the New Brighton village hall, after nearly fifty years of abandonment, was razed in 2004).
Staten Island has been spared for the most part from the strict checkerboard grid street system imposed in Manhattan and Brooklyn, and in the Bronx and Queens where topography allows.
In 1950, at age 84, she was admitted to the poorhouse…the Staten Island Farm Colony, now in ruins at the center of the island.
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 staten island ferry
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The Staten Island Ferry is a passenger ferry operated by the New York City Department of Transportation between Whitehall Street in Lower Manhattan near Battery Park (South Ferry) and St. George Ferry Terminal on Richmond Terrace in Staten Island near Richmond County Borough Hall and Richmond County Supreme Court.
Die Staten Island Ferry ist eine Fhre, die in New York City zwischen der Whitehall Street in Manhattan und dem Saint George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island verkehrt.
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Staten Island is een van de vijf stadsdistricten van New York.
Staten Island a menor, a menos populosa e a mais isolada das cinco regies da cidade de Nova Iorque, Estados Unidos, localizado no extremo sudeste da cidade.
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 Famous Islanders
He moved to Staten Island in 1892 and was a regular contributor to publications of the Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences as a young teenager.
Born on Staten Island, she was a New Brighton resident.
She moved to Staten Island in 1862 after the death of the former president.
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 Staten Island Ymca
The Staten Island Expressway is a 7.7 mile (12.39 km) long highway running through the borough of Staten Island, New York in the United States.
The Staten Island Expressway is widely regarded as an important demographic boundary since, due to coincidence or not, virtually all of the island's African-American population, and the vast majority of its Hispanic population, resides in the approximately one-fourth of the island's total area which is situated north of the expressway.
The portion of the island north of the highway is also coterminous with the territory served by the 120th Precinct of the NYPD, one of the three police precincts located on Staten Island, and also one of the island's three Community Board districts.
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 Professional Football Researchers Association- Pro Football History
Miller was a second-year pro from N.Y.U. Stein and Williams had come to Staten Island with the Newark Bears, and both starred as pro wrestlers in New York City during the week.
In Staten Island, all this was seen as preparation for the visit of the Giants on Thanksgiving Day.
While Stapleton was beating the Dodgers, the Giants upset the Packers 13-6 in the Polo Grounds to move into first place.
www.footballresearch.com /articles/frpage.cfm?topic=stapes   (6190 words)

  
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The Stapleton's owner had a restaurant next door to the stadium and the players frequently spent time with their fans there.
Although the Stapletons could not compete economically with the New York Giants and folded after the 1932 season, the team held a special place in the hearts of those diehard fans on Staten Island.
He then played as a guard, tackle, and defensive end in the NFL with the Staten Island Stapletons from 1929-1932, and with the New York Giants in 1933.
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 Alumni News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
He turned down a pro football contract with the New York Giants, instead signing with the NFL Staten Island Stapletons for the next four seasons before the club folded.
After the Staten Island Stapletons dropped out of the NFL, Strong joined the New York Giants for the 1933 season, was an All-NFL first team selection again and tied for the league scoring lead with 64 points (six touchdowns, eight extra points and four field goals).
He also earned All-NFL first team honors the next season as the Giants won the NFL championship, 30-13, over the previously unbeaten Chicago Bears in what was to become known as the "sneakers" game.
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 Member - Pro Football Hall of Fame   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
1929-1932 Staten Island Stapletons, 1933-1935, 1939, 1944-1947 New York Giants, 1936-1937 New York Yanks (AFL)
An All-America at New York University, it was widely assumed that Strong would begin his career with the Giants.
Instead, he opted in 1929 to sign a contract to play for the NFL’s Staten Island Stapletons.
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 SI.com - Writers - Anderson's retirement bid spoiled by Titans - Sunday September 14, 2003 2:31PM
It's the first time in 71 years that two NFL teams will face each other in their second game of the season after being shut out in their openers.
That little scenario hasn't fallen in line since Oct. 2, 1932 -- or just before FDR was elected for the first time -- when the Chicago Bears played the Staten Island Stapletons in game two, after each had been shut out the previous game.
Note to the Pats and Eagles: The Bears and Stapletons didn't exactly get off the schneid that week, given their game ended in a 0-0 tie.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /2003/writers/don_banks/09/12/banks.notes   (2115 words)

  
 AFC Notebook: Where's the beef? On Chargers' WR
According to the Elias Sports Bureau, today marks the first time in 71 years that teams will meet in their second game of the season after being shut out in the opener when New England plays at Philadelphia.
The last time it happened, the Chicago Bears played the Staten Island Stapletons Oct. 1, 1932.
Fittingly, after not scoring in their openers, they played a scoreless tie.
www.post-gazette.com /steelers/20030914afcnot0914p6.asp   (651 words)

  
 Staten Island Stapletons Historic Football Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
(Ind.) (10-2-0) Staten Island Champions [also member of Professional Football Federation] 10/1 W 33-0 at Manresa FBC, Manresa Oval, Grant City (SI) 10/8 W 47-0 Bayonne Vikings (H) [East Shore Oval] 10/12 canceled Fort Totten (H) [East Shore Oval] [canc.
Stapleton Field Club [New name for Stape Juniors] 9/27 W 12-0 Staats Post, at East Shore Oval 1,000 10/6 W 13-0 Port Richmond High School (H) (night) 2,500 [•1st night game played by New York City High School] 10/11 W 7-6 Pelican Juniors of Fort Wadsworth (H)
Brooklyn Bay Parkways (H) Team moved to Manhattan, became New York Tigers for 1937, sometimes called Staten Island Stapletons, ordered by league to return to Staten island, they folded.
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 Notre Dame Titans - Spartan Municipal Stadium
The year following their 1928 championship, the Steam Roller established two more NFL "firsts." In the six-day period between November 5 and November 10, 1929, Providence played four games.
The marathon string began against the Staten Island Stapletons, continued against the Chicago Cardinals and concluded with a two-game series against the Frankford Yellow Jackets.
Although the Steam Roller made history, their 0-3-1 record for the six-day stretch proved the folly of their scheduling.
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 NFL.com - NFL History
Three new franchises joined the league-the Pittsburgh Pirates of Art Rooney, the Philadelphia Eagles of Bert Bell and Lud Wray, and the Cincinnati Reds.
The Staten Island Stapletons suspended operations for a year, but never returned to the league.
Halas bought out Sternaman, became sole owner of the Bears, and reinstated himself as head coach.
www.nfl.com /history/chronology/1931-1940   (1276 words)

  
 Cincinnati Football Reds
), Boston Redskins and the Staten Island Stapletons.
The Stapletons would fold after the conclussion of the 1932 season.
So the NFL would expand by three teams to make an even ten team circuit.
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 Boston.com / Sports
According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Sunday's game will mark the first time in 71 years that two NFL teams will face each other in their second game of the season, after each was shut out in its first game.
It last happened in 1932, when the Chicago Bears played the Staten Island Stapletons in Game Two, after each had scored zero points in its first game.
Those Bears, mind you, went on to go 7-1-6, an.875 winning percentage, the best in the league that season.
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In 1931, horse races and pro wrestling dominated the sports pages along with the nation's game -- college football.
Seventy-five years ago, the National Football League wasn't much more than a vagabond road show in its embryonic years that included the Bears, Packers and Giants but also the Frankford (Pa.) Yellow Jackets, Staten Island Stapletons and Providence Steamrollers.
The participating teams had concluded winning seasons a week earlier.
www.post-gazette.com /pg/06337/743068-134.stm   (905 words)

  
 We'll know who the president will be :: On October 31st NOT Nov. 2nd   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
In 1932 the Washington Redskins were neither the Redskins nor a Washington team: they were the Boston Braves, and they played in Braves Field, which they shared with the National League baseball team of the same name.
On 6 November 1932 they won at home against the Staten Island Stapletons, 19-6, a result that should have foretold a presidential victory for the incumbent Republican party.
Neither the Redskins' team name nor their predictive powers were yet evident, however, as President Herbert Hoover lost to his Democratic challenger, Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt of New York on 8 November 1932
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 TIME.com: BAD BOUNCES FOR THE N.F.L. -- Dec. 11, 1995 -- Page 1
Despite assurances from Commissioner Paul Tagliabue that the N.F.L. is merely going through some "growing pains," the league is in the midst of a crisis that may reduce it to a television sport played in boutique stadiums in smaller markets.
Luxury boxes and personal-seat licenses (the fee patrons must pay for the right to buy season tickets) have thrown loyalty and history for a loss--unless you're a fan who longs for the N.F.L. days of the Staten Island Stapletons and Decatur Staleys.
Consider that if the Chicago Bears (who actually began in Decatur, Illinois) move to Gary, Indiana, as they're threatening to, the N.F.L. will have two more teams playing in the state of Indiana than it has in the decidedly major cities of New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,983837,00.html   (800 words)

  
 NFL Notebook
AT LEAST JIM FASSEL HAS HIS JOB: The last time the New York Giants lost consecutive one-point games, as they did to the Rams and Eagles the past two weeks, was in 1930.
That season their conquerors were the Staten Island Stapletons and Brooklyn Dodgers, both by scores of 7-6.
Coach LeRoy Andrews was fired after the second loss, even though the Giants were 11-4.
bengals.enquirer.com /2001/10/26/ben_nfl_notebook.html   (898 words)

  
 1931 Staten Island Stapletons statistics - pro-football-reference.com
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Points scored: 79 (#6 of 10 in the NFL)
For the best fantasy football information on the web, visit footballguys.com.
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 will013100
In 1998, just up the road, the new Cleveland Browns franchise cost $530 million.
En route to such riches, the NFL has included the likes of the Tonawanda Kardex, Duluth Kelleys and Staten Island Stapletons.
Were the Hupmobile showroom still here, it would be, like Bethlehem, a destination for pilgrims.
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 Sports Curmudgeon - 9/12/03
That has not happened in over 70 years.
In 1932, the Chicago Bears played the Staten Island Stapletons in game two of that season and what happened then was that the Bears/Stapletons' game ended in a scoreless tie.
I suspect that will not be the outcome in Philly this weekend…
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Ongoing Research Project: Staten Island Stapletons/Staten Island Staten Island Stapletons (1929-30)/Staten Island Stapes (1931-32) 1932, Oran Pape, B. 1932, Les Peterson, E/T. 1932, Leo Raskowski, T Curtis 1965 Yearbooks - Staten Island, Richmond County, NY Staten Island, Richmond County, NY Genealogy Site - School Yearbooks online.
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 Bloggermann: What I don't read in the papers - Bloggermann - MSNBC.com
Or maybe it was Kings Island Amusement Park that had gone Code-Orange without telling anybody.
Al-Qaeda had selected Turtlecreek Township for its first foray into a Red State.
In 1932, the franchise, then still called The Boston Football Braves, actually won its last home game, against The Staten Island Stapletons (yes, Staten Island had an NFL team), which should have predicted Hoover retaining the White House, not losing it.
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