55: 2 (Fall 2016) Special Issue: Connecticut in World War I (Part 1)

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2016, Vol. 55, No. 2

Special Issue: Connecticut in World War I (Part 1)

ARTICLES

Anna D. Jaroszyńska-Kirchmann, “Feeling The Unrest of the Times: The 1912 Labor Struggles in Willimantic, Connecticut”

Amy Fallas-Kerr, “From the Cedars to the Frontlines: Danbury’s Greater Syrian Immigrants and the Great War”

Mark H. Jones, “‘What Then is Going to Happen to Innocent Sufferers?’: Frederic Collin Walcott and His Road to Warsaw, 1914-1916”

Allison Horrocks, “Rural Roots and Global Battles: Connecticut Agricultural College and the Great War”

Heather Munro Prescott and Toby A. Appel, “Pushing the Cause of Women in Medicine Ahead: Connecticut’s Women Physicians during the First World War”

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2016, Vol. 55, No. 2

Special Issue: Connecticut in World War I (Part 1)

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Cecelia Bucki, “Editor’s Introduction”

Anna D. Jaroszyńska-Kirchmann, “Feeling The Unrest of the Times: The 1912 Labor Struggles in Willimantic, Connecticut”

Amy Fallas-Kerr, “From the Cedars to the Frontlines: Danbury’s Greater Syrian Immigrants and the Great War”

Mark H. Jones, “‘What Then is Going to Happen to Innocent Sufferers?’: Frederic Collin Walcott and His Road to Warsaw, 1914-1916”

Allison Horrocks, “Rural Roots and Global Battles: Connecticut Agricultural College and the Great War”

Heather Munro Prescott and Toby A. Appel, “Pushing the Cause of Women in Medicine Ahead: Connecticut’s Women Physicians during the First World War”

 

RESEARCH NOTES

Liz Shapiro, “Connecticut Collections Platform Introduces New Tool to Connecticut’s History Community”

Kendall F. Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight: Remembering World War One”

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Newell, Brethren by Nature: New England Indians, Colonists, and the Origins of American Slavery 

Review by Dominic Debrincat

Dawson, Rare Light: J. Alden Weir in Windham, Connecticut, 1882-1919
Review by Jean Nihoul

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