51: 1 (Spring 2012) Special Issue: Women in Connecticut History

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2012, Vol. 51, No. 1

ARTICLES

Barbara Sicherman, “Keynote: “Let’s Do It!” Women Making History in the Land of Steady Habits”

Donald W. Rogers, “The Summit Women’s Center Protest of 1989: Connecticut’s Modern Clash Over Women’s Rights”

Nancy Steenburg, “Stepping Outside her Sphere: The Intellectual Adventures of Frances Manwaring Caulkins”

Judith Gildersleeve duPont, “Chase Going Woodhouse, A Twentieth Century Woman”

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2012, Vol. 51, No. 1

Special Issue: Women in Connecticut History

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Barbara Sicherman, “Keynote: “Let’s Do It!” Women Making History in the Land of Steady Habits”

Donald W. Rogers, “The Summit Women’s Center Protest of 1989: Connecticut’s Modern Clash Over Women’s Rights”

Nancy Steenburg, “Stepping Outside her Sphere: The Intellectual Adventures of Frances Manwaring Caulkins”

Judith Gildersleeve duPont, “Chase Going Woodhouse, A Twentieth Century Woman”

RESEARCH NOTES

Elizabeth Hohl, “Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame”

Stephen Bartkus, “Gunn Memorial Museum – Shepaug Valley Middle School Annual History Project”

Diana Green, “Cornwall Historical Society Announces New Collection of Nineteenth-Century Letters Available On-line”

Kendall F. Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight”

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