40:1 (Spring 2001)

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2001, Vol. 40, No. 1

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Sandra Wheeler and Nancy O. Albert, “Farewell to the Asylum”

Matthew Warschauer, “Ridiculing the Dead: Andrew Jackson and Connecticut Newspapers”

Virginia McLoughlin, “‘Hoeing Smokes’: A New Milford Connecticut Unit of the Woman’s Land Army, World War I”

Nadia Venturini, Rudolph J. Vecoli, Jr., Robert Asher, John J. Bukowczyk, and Robert S. Wolff, “Symposium—Italian American: The Racializing of an Ethnic Identity

Thomas Carty, “The ‘Bailey Memo’: Connecticut, the Catholic Issue, and John F. Kennedy’s 1960 Presidential Campaign”

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2001, Vol. 40, No. 1

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Sandra Wheeler and Nancy O. Albert, “Farewell to the Asylum”

Matthew Warschauer, “Ridiculing the Dead: Andrew Jackson and Connecticut Newspapers”

Virginia McLoughlin, “‘Hoeing Smokes’: A New Milford Connecticut Unit of the Woman’s Land Army, World War I”

Nadia Venturini, Rudolph J. Vecoli, Jr., Robert Asher, John J. Bukowczyk, and Robert S. Wolff, “Symposium—Italian American: The Racializing of an Ethnic Identity

Thomas Carty, “The ‘Bailey Memo’: Connecticut, the Catholic Issue, and John F. Kennedy’s 1960 Presidential Campaign”

Also: Exhibition Reviews, Book Reviews

 

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