56: 1 (Spring 2017) Special Issue: Connecticut and World War I (Part 2)

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2017, Vol. 56, No. 1

Special Issue: Connecticut in WWI (Part I)

ARTICLES

Cecelia Bucki, “Connecticut Business and Labor During the Great War:
The Bridgeport Case”

Kelly Marino, “Ballots, Bandages, and Books: Connecticut Suffragists, Citizenship Education, and Women’s Activism in the World War I Era”

Carl Antonucci and Kenneth DiMaggio, “To Fight for Italy, To Fight for America: For Italians in Connecticut, It Was a Fight for Liberty”

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2017, Vol. 56, No. 1

Special Issue: Connecticut and World War I (Part 2)

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Cecelia Bucki, “Connecticut Business and Labor During the Great War:
The Bridgeport Case”

Kelly Marino, “Ballots, Bandages, and Books: Connecticut Suffragists, Citizenship Education, and Women’s Activism in the World War I Era”

Carl Antonucci and Kenneth DiMaggio, “To Fight for Italy, To Fight for America: For Italians in Connecticut, It Was a Fight for Liberty”

RESEARCH NOTES

Renée Tribert, “Behind Factory Walls: Connecticut Industry During World War I”

Stephen Barkus, “Exhibit Report: Over There: Washington and the Great War”

Kendall F. Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight: Voices of World War I”

Peter P. Hinks, “A Vanished Port: Middletown & the Caribbean, 1750-1824”

Janet M. Conner, “Avon Historical Society: Artifacts Help Tell the Story of
the Derrin Family and Farmhouse in Early West Avon”

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Quinn, Freedom Journey: Black Civil War Soldiers and the Hills Community, Westchester Country, New York
Review by Jennifer Cote

Long, Thirty-Eight: The Hurricane that Transformed New England
Review by Matthew McKenzie

Park, The Burning of His Majesty’s Schooner Gaspee: An Attack on Crown Rule Before the American Revolution
Review by Glenn S. Gordinier

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