44: 1 (Spring 2005) “John Fitch, Steamboat Inventor and Everyman”

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2005, Vol. 44, No. 1

“John Fitch, Steamboat Inventor and Everyman”

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2005, Vol. 44, No. 1

“John Fitch, Steamboat Inventor and Everyman”

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Richard DeLuca, “Against the Tide: The Unfortunate Life of Steamboat Inventor John Fitch”

Susan Hoffman Fishman and Katherine D. Kane, “The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center’s Teacher Institutes: A Model for Historic Sites and Educators”

Joseph A. Bongiorno, “In Pursuit of Intelligent Cultivation: Theodore Sedgwick Gold and Agriculture in Nineteenth Century Connecticut”

Ralph Frasca, “‘I am now about to establish a small Printing Office . . . at Newhaven’: Benjamin Franklin and the First Newspaper in Connecticut

ESSAYS

Edward M. Bradley, “In Search of Sarah Perkins Durrie; or, the ‘stammering art’ of a Nineteenth Century Painter”

Matthew Warshauer, “A Man of Stature: Walter Woodward, State Historian”

 

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