46: 1 (Spring 2007) Runaways and the Apprentice System in Connecticut

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2007, Vol. 46, No. 1

Runaways and the Apprentice System in Connecticut

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

William F. Sullivan, Jr., “‘born to be hanged’: What Runaway Apprentice Advertisements Reveal about Connecticut’s Master Craftsmen in the Early Republic”

Ann Y. Smith, “A New Look at the Early Domestic Architecture of Connecticut”

Michael T. Urbanski, “Money, War, and Recruiting an Army: The Activities of Connecticut Polonia During World War I”

Also: Essays, The Connecticut Curriculum, Exhibition Review Essay, Exhibition of Interest, Book Reviews, Noteworthy Books

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2007, Vol. 46, No. 1

Runaways and the Apprentice System in Connecticut

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

William F. Sullivan, Jr., “‘born to be hanged’: What Runaway Apprentice Advertisements Reveal about Connecticut’s Master Craftsmen in the Early Republic”

Ann Y. Smith, “A New Look at the Early Domestic Architecture of Connecticut”

Michael T. Urbanski, “Money, War, and Recruiting an Army: The Activities of Connecticut Polonia During World War I”

ESSAYS

Catherine R. Blondel-Libardi, “Rediscovering the Litchfield Law School Notebooks”

Anthony Brandi, “Voices of Connecticut Veterans: John Czaplicki: An Unflappable War Hero”

Kendall Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight”

THE CONNECTICUT CURRICULUM

William F. Sullivan, Jr., “The Connecticut Curriculum: Understanding Labor and Economics in the Early American Apprentice System”

Matthew Warshauer, “Apprenticeship and Runaways: The Documents”

Elizabeth Rose, Erica Zamsky Hunt, and Anita Ellis, “Teaching About Slavery with Runaway Slave Advertisements”

Bruce Reinholdt, “Apprentices and the World Wide Web: A Review of Internet Resources”

Also: Exhibition Review Essay, Exhibition of Interest, Book Reviews, Noteworthy Books

 

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