54: 1 (Spring 2015) Special Issue: The Connecticut City (Part II) and Special Feature: Working People

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2015, Vol. 54, No. 1

Special Issue: The Connecticut City (Part II)
Special Feature: Working People

Eugene Leach, “Housing Reform in Hartford, 1895-1912”

K. Ian Shin, “Art for the ‘Hardware City’: The New Britain Museum of American Art and Cultural Life in a Small New England City, 1903-1964”

Brian Stevens, “Danbury’s Fire Bug of the 1880s and 1890s”

Anson C. Smith, “The 1936 Remington Rand Strike in Middletown: A Case Study in Propaganda”

Jason R. Mancini, “Beyond Reservation: Indians, Maritime Labor, and Communities of Color from Eastern Long Island Sound, 1713-1861”

Also includes: Research Notes, Curriculum Corner, and Book Reviews…see below

 

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2015, Vol. 54, No. 1

Special Issue: The Connecticut City (Part II)
Special Feature: Working People

Table of Contents:

Articles

Cecelia Bucki, “Editor’s Introduction”

Eugene Leach, “Housing Reform in Hartford, 1895-1912”

K. Ian Shin, “Art for the ‘Hardware City’: The New Britain Museum of American Art and Cultural Life in a Small New England City, 1903-1964”

Brian Stevens, “Danbury’s Fire Bug of the 1880s and 1890s”

Anson C. Smith, “The 1936 Remington Rand Strike in Middletown:  A Case Study in Propaganda”

Jason R. Mancini, “Beyond Reservation: Indians, Maritime Labor, and Communities of Color from Eastern Long Island Sound, 1713-1861”

Research Notes

Sandy Barnes, “Scrapbooks Give Distinctive View into Nineteenth-Century New Haven”

Kendall F. Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight:Newspapers Can Tell a City’s Story: How the Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project is  Providing Access to Two Cities’ Early Twentieth-Century History”

Curriculum Corner

Lena Paslov, “Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute”

Book Reviews

Plane, Dreams and the Invisible World in Colonial New England: Indians, Colonists, and the Seventeenth Century
Review by Elizabeth Hannan Kading

Fisher and Silverman, Ninigret, Sachem of the Niantics and Narragansetts
Review by Jennifer Cote

Farrow, The Logbooks: Connecticut’s Slave Ships and Human Memory
Review by John Wood Sweet

Gordon, A Broken Regiment: The 16th Connecticut’s Civil War
Review by Catherine L. Deichmann

Cambell, Tempest-Tossed: The Spirit of Isabella Beecher Hooker
Review by Elizabeth Hohl

Warren, Connecticut Unscathed: Victory in the Great Narragansett War 1675-1676
Review by Faith Damon Davison

Spencer (ed.) A Connecticut Yankee in Lincoln’s Cabinet: Navy Secretary Gideon Welles Chronicles the Civil War
Review by Steven Park

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