50: 2 (Fall 2011) “Marching Shoulder to Shoulder” — Hartford 1914

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2011, Vol. 50, No. 2

“Marching Shoulder to Shoulder” — Hartford 1914

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Jessica D. Jenkins, “Marching Shoulder to Shoulder: New Life in the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Movement”

Ferdinando Fasce, “Singing and Morale-Building on the Shopfloor in World War I Waterbury”

Bruce P. Stark, “The Myth and Reality of Slavery in Salem, Connecticut”

RESEARCH NOTES

Christopher Thompson, “The ‘Old Patent’ of Connecticut Re-Considered”

Donald W. Rogers, “College and University History Teaching in the Grip of Change”

Kendall F. Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight”

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2011, Vol. 50, No. 2

“Marching Shoulder to Shoulder” — Hartford 1914

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Jessica D. Jenkins, “Marching Shoulder to Shoulder: New Life in the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Movement”

Ferdinando Fasce, “Singing and Morale-Building on the Shopfloor in World War I Waterbury”

Bruce P. Stark, “The Myth and Reality of Slavery in Salem, Connecticut”

RESEARCH NOTES

 

Christopher Thompson, “The ‘Old Patent’ of Connecticut Re-Considered”

Donald W. Rogers, “College and University History Teaching in the Grip of Change”

Kendall F. Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight”

BOOK REVIEWS

Warshauer, Connecticut in the American Civil War: Slavery, Sacrifice, and Survival.
Review by By Matthew Taylor Raffety

Silverman, Red Brethren: The Brothertown and Stockbridge Indians and the Problem of Race in Early America.
Review by Ann Marie Plane

Norton, Captains Contentious: The Dysfunctional Sons of the Brine.
Review by William McCarthy

New and Noteworthy Books
Review by Katherine Hermes

EXHIBITION REIVIEWS

Madison’s Civil War Years: At Home and At Arms, Madison Historical Society
Review by Melissa Josefiak

The Civil War: Connecticut’s Cotton Connection, Windham Textile & History Museum
Review by Melissa Josefiak

War Prizes: The Cultural Legacy of Slavery & the Civil War, Wadsworth Atheneum
Review by Dorene Ciarcia

Online Exhibits: Voices of the Civil War Online, Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich. Bridgeport in the Civil War, The Barnum Museum
Review by Jennifer Eifrig

Exhibitions of  Interest
Review by Melissa Josefiak

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