45: 1 (Spring 2006) “Nathan Hale: Spy”

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2006, Vol. 45, No. 1

“Nathan Hale: Spy”

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Mary Beth Baker, “Nathan Hale: Icon of Innocence”

Richard Moss, “Jewish Farmers, Ethnic Identity, and Institutional Americanization in Turn-of-the-Century Connecticut”

Adam Wolkoff, “Creating a Suburban Ghetto: Public Housing at New Haven’s West Rock, 1945-1979”

William F. Sullivan, Jr., “Battle for the Brass City: The Waterbury Strike of 1919”

 

Also: Essays, The Connecticut Curriculum, Exhibition Reviews, Exhibitions of Interest, Book Reviews, and Noteworthy Books

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2006, Vol. 45, No. 1

“Nathan Hale: Spy”

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Mary Beth Baker, “Nathan Hale: Icon of Innocence”

Richard Moss, “Jewish Farmers, Ethnic Identity, and Institutional Americanization in Turn-of-the-Century Connecticut”

Adam Wolkoff, “Creating a Suburban Ghetto: Public Housing at New Haven’s West Rock, 1945-1979”

William F. Sullivan, Jr., “Battle for the Brass City: The Waterbury Strike of 1919”

ESSAYS

Timothy Collins, “The Hessian Elm: The Revolutionary Memoir of a Tree”

Judi Houpert, “Voices of Connecticut Veterans: Don Moss and an Artist’s View of War”

THE CONNECTICUT CURRICULUM

John Day Tully, “Debating a Hero: Teaching Nathan Hale”

Mary Beth Baker, “Nathan Hale: The Documents”

Matthew Warshauer, “Nathan on the Web: A Review of Internet Resources”

Lisa Stillitto, “Connecticut Connections: The Hale Homestead”

Also: Exhibition Reviews, Exhibitions of Interest, Book Reviews, and Noteworthy Books

 

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