36: 2 (Fall 1995) – Special Issue: Writing Connecticut’s History: Past, Present and Future

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Connecticut History
Fall 1995, Vol. 36, No. 2

Special Issue: Writing Connecticut’s History: Past, Present and Future

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Richard Buel, Jr., “Connecticut in New England and the Nation”

Richard Bushman, “Connecticut’s Place in the Conception of the Nation”

Bruce C. Daniels, “Eighteenth-Century Connecticut: Land of Steady Historians”

Bruce Fraser, “The Future of Connecticut History”

Bruce P. Stark, “The Association for the Study of Connecticut History: A Brief Overview”

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Connecticut History
Fall 1995, Vol. 36, No. 2

Special Issue: Writing Connecticut’s History: Past, Present and Future

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Richard Buel, Jr., “Connecticut in New England and the Nation”

Richard Bushman, “Connecticut’s Place in the Conception of the Nation”

Bruce C. Daniels, “Eighteenth-Century Connecticut: Land of Steady Historians”

Bruce Fraser, “The Future of Connecticut History”

Bruce P. Stark, “The Association for the Study of Connecticut History: A Brief Overview”

REVIEWS

Emerson W. Baker et al., American Beginnings: Exploration, Culture, and Cartography in the Land of Norumbega
Reviewed by Peter Benes

Dona Brown, Inventing New England: Regional Tourism in the Nineteenth Century
Reviewed by James Lacey

Daniel Cruson, Judge William Edmond; Daniel Cruson, Mary Elizabeth Hawley
Reviewed by Alexandrea M. Schmidt

Cornelia Huges Dayton, Women Before the Bar: Gender, Law and Society in Connecticut, 1636-1789
Reviewed by Mary Beth Norton

Early American Technology: Making and Doing Things from the Colonial Era to 1850Judith A. McGaw, ed
Reviewed by Harold T. McKone

Kenneth L. Feder, A Village of Outcasts: Historical Archaeology and Documentary Research an the Lighthouse Site
Reviewed by Charles Blanchard

David W. Kling. A Field of Wonders: The New Divinity and Village Revivals in Northwestern Connecticut 1792-1822
Reviewed by Gerald F. Moran

Jeffrey B. Mead, Chains Unbound: Slave Emancipation in the Town of Greenwich, Connecticut
Reviewed by Guocun Yang

George McLean Milne, Connecticut Woodlands: A Century’s Story of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association
Reviewed by David Hankins

Richard J. Moss, The Life of Jedidiah Morse: A Station of Peculiar Exposure
Reviewed by Karen Kauffman

Mary L. Nason, African Americans in Simsbury 1725-1925
Reviewed by Sally Whipple

Francis Paul Prucha, The Great Father: The United States Government and the American Indians
Reviewed by Jean F. Hankins

Bruce Radde, The Merritt Parkway
Reviewed by Owen D. Gutfreund

Anna Marie Resseguie, A View from the Inn: The Journal of Anna Marie Resseguie, 1851-1867
Reviewed by Tracey Wilson

Roots of Roe, Videocassette
Reviewed by Amy Kesselman

Julius H. Rubin, Religious Melancholy and Protestant Experience in America
Reviewed by Donald Meyer

John S. Serio, Teaching Wallace Stevens: Practical Essays
Reviewed by Brian W. Ford

Wm. David Sloan and Julie Hedepeth Williams, The Early American Press, 1690-1783
Reviewed by Ronald J. Zboray

“…a work which is itself magnificent…”: The Story of the Farmington Canal, An exhibition
Reviewed by David J. Corrigan

 

 

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