Five Points, Manhattan

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Five Points (or The Five Points) was a slum (poor neighborhood) named after the five-cornered intersection of Anthony (now Worth St.), Cross (now Mosco), and Orange (now Baxter) in Manhattan it was located on. However, over time, the intersection sometimes had four or six corners. Five Points was the home of to a lot of Irish and Italian immigrants, and to the 18th century Five Points Gang.

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