52: 1 (Spring 2013) Special Issue: The War of 1812 in Connecticut

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Connecticut History
Fall 2013, Vol. 52, No. 1

Special Issue: The War of 1812 in Connecticut

ARTICLES

Glenn S. Gordinier, “Keynote Address: Connecticut and the War of 1812”

Jack Chatfield, “Guardians of the Commonwealth: The ideology of antiwar federalism in Connecticut, 1812-1815”

Stephen McGrath, “Free Speech, John C. Calhoun, and the War of 1812 in Oliver Wolcott’s backyard”

Nancy Steenburg, “Neutral Rights: Why Did Neutrality Matter to Connecticut’s Maritime Industry?”

Andrew W. German, “‘To Serve Their Country and Make Their Fortunes:’ Connecticut Privateers and Torpedomen in the War of 1812”

Thomas H. Althuis, “Thames River Harbor and Fort Griswold in the War of 1812”

Robert J. Imholt, “The Fast Day Sermons of Timothy Dwight”

Bruce P. Stark, “‘Moved & Seduced by the Instigation of the Devil:’ Treason Trials in Connecticut in the War of 1812”

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Connecticut History
Fall 2013, Vol. 52, No. 1

Special Issue: The War of 1812 in Connecticut

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Glenn S. Gordinier, “Keynote Address: Connecticut and the War of 1812”

Jack Chatfield, “Guardians of the Commonwealth: The ideology of antiwar federalism in Connecticut, 1812-1815”

Stephen McGrath, “Free Speech, John C. Calhoun, and the War of 1812 in Oliver Wolcott’s backyard”

Nancy Steenburg, “Neutral Rights: Why Did Neutrality Matter to Connecticut’s Maritime Industry?”

Andrew W. German, “‘To Serve Their Country and Make Their Fortunes:’ Connecticut Privateers and Torpedomen in the War of 1812”

Thomas H. Althuis, “Thames River Harbor and Fort Griswold in the War of 1812”

Robert J. Imholt, “The Fast Day Sermons of Timothy Dwight”

Bruce P. Stark, “‘Moved & Seduced by the Instigation of the Devil:’ Treason Trials in Connecticut in the War of 1812”

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