Ourgroup includes Ari Runanin-Telle, Matt Saunders, Jake Kordick, and Shane Cooney.
In 1870, a bold inventor named Alfred Ely Beach unveiled a magnificent creation to the public of New York city — an underground, wind-powered subway. It was efficient, quiet, privately funded, cheap, and it had the potential to revolutionize public transit in New York while saving the city from an ever-growing sanitary and traffic crisis. There was one thing he didn’t count on, however — the corrupt state senator William Tweed, who would do everything in his power to halt Beach’s project.
Our group is Ari Runanin-Telle, Matt Saunders, Jake Kordick, and Shane Cooney.