56: 2 (Fall 2017) Special Issue: Early Connecticut Revisited

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2017, Vol. 56, No. 2

Special Issue: Connecticut in WWI (Part I)

ARTICLES

William Devlin, “The Ironic Legacy of Danbury’s “Kissites”: Religious Community and the Early Industrial Development of a Connecticut Town”

Judith Green Watson, “Kent and Warren, Connecticut in 1798: Dwelling House Size and Quality, Multi-family Living Arrangements, and Crowding”

Michael Besso, “Thomas Hooker’s 1638 Letter to John Winthrop”

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2017, Vol. 56, No. 2

Special Issue: Early Connecticut Revisited

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

William Devlin, “The Ironic Legacy of Danbury’s “Kissites”: Religious Community and the Early Industrial Development of a Connecticut Town”

Judith Green Watson, “Kent and Warren, Connecticut in 1798: Dwelling House Size and Quality, Multi-family Living Arrangements, and Crowding”

Michael Besso, “Thomas Hooker’s 1638 Letter to John Winthrop”

RESEARCH NOTES

Robin Stephen McMahon, “Contested Boundaries: The Harvard Land Grants as an Archetype for Intercolonial Competition for Land”

Louis Arthur Norton, “General Huntington’s Connecticut Sawyers and ‘Old Ironsides'”

Kendall F. Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight: Assuring and Improving Access to Historical Collections”

BOOK REVIEWS

Macaluso, Art of the Amistad and The Portrait of Cinque
Review by dann j. Broyld

Dowd, Groundless: Rumors, Legends, and Hoaxes on the Early American Frontier
Review by Elizabeth Hannan Kading

Tuohey, A Musician and Teacher in Nineteenth-Century New England: Irving Emerson, 1843–1903
Review by Rick Spencer

Winiarski, Darkness Falls on the Land of Light: Experiencing Religious Awakenings in Eighteenth-Century New England
Review by Robert J. Imholt

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