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    Long Island Historical Journal, Volume 11, Number 1 (Fall 1998)
    (Stony Brook University, Department of History, 1998) Kroessler, Jeffrey A.; Simon, Donald E.; Shepherd, Elizabeth; Goldberger, Paul; Cray, Jr., Robert E.; Naylor, Natalie A.; McIlvaine, Adrienne; Parekh, Rajesh; Pedisich, Daniel; Ewen, Elizabeth; Burrows, Edwin G.; Welch, Kimberly; Merwin, Daria; Chorzempa, Chet; King, Christine; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph); Wunderlich, Roger; Nyitray, Kristen J.
    TABLE OF CONTENTS - EDITORIAL COMMENT / FEATURE ARTICLES: The Greater City and Queens County by Jeffrey A. Kroessler - 1 / By a Margin of 277 Votes: The Consolidation of Brooklyn and New York by Donald E. Simon - 15 / Deepwells: A Nineteenth-Century Farm for the Twenty-First Century? by Elizabeth Shepherd - 27 / State of the Island: Sixty Years After The Hurricane: The Case for Replacing the Steeple of Sag Harbor's Old Whaler's Church by Paul Goldberger - 42 / Congregational Autonomy and Presbyterian Discipline: The Immoral Ministry of Luther Gleason in Early Republic New York, 1789-1808 by Robert E. Cray, Jr. - 47 / Recent Articles on Long Island History by Natalie A. Naylor with the assistance of Victoria R. Aspinwall - 64 / SECONDARY SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS - 81: The 1939 World’s Fair: Yesterday’s World of Tomorrow by Adrienne McIlvaine - 81 / Four Dramatic Events that affected Long Island by Rajesh Parekh - 87 / The Aeronautical Heritage of Port Washington by Daniel Pedisich - 96 / REVIEWS - 106: Natalie A. Naylor and Maureen O. Murphy, eds. Long Island Women: Activists and Innovators by Elizabeth Ewen / David Yehling Allen. Long Island Maps and Their Makers: Five Centuries of Cartographic History by Edwin Burrows / Clarence Taylor. Knocking at Our Own Door: Milton A. Galamison and the Struggle for School Integration in New York City by Kimberly Welch / John A. Strong. “We Are Still Here!” The Algonquian Peoples of Long Island Today, 2nd ed. by Daria Merwin / Hal B. Fullerton. Gardener of Eden: The Wit and Wisdom of Hal B. Fullerton. Compiled and edited by Anne Nauman. by Chet Chorzempa / Jeffrey A. Kroessler. Lighting the Way: The Centennial History of the Queens Borough Public Library, 1896-1996 by Christine King / Frederick W. Bone. Sands of Time: A History of the Sand and Gravel Operations in Port Jefferson and Nearby Harbors. Edited by Mildred Michos. by Henry Bokuniewicz / Vincent F. Seyfried. Flushing Academy by Natalie A. Naylor / BOOK NOTES - 124 / COMMUNICATIONS - 126
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    Long Island Historical Journal, Volume 03, Number 2 (Spring 1991)
    (Stony Brook University, Department of History, 1991) Harrison, Helen A.; Crease, Robert P.; Strong, Lara M.; Karabag, Selcuk; Hefner, Robert J.; Koppelman, Lee E.; McKune, Amy; Rossano, Geoffrey L.; Cucchiara, Anthony; Roff, Sandra; Strong, John A.; Miller, Wilbur R.; Boody, Peter B.; Austen, Barbara E.; Krieg, Joann P.; Traynor, Carol A.; Simon, Donald E.; Turano, Francis; Beal, Thomas D.; Wunderlich, Roger; Nyitray, Kristen J.
    TABLE OF CONTENTS - EDITORIAL COMMENT - 153 / FEATURE ARTICLES: On the Floor by Helen A. Harrison - 155 / The History of Brookhaven National Laboratory, Part One: The Graphite Reactor and the Cosmotron by Robert P. Crease - 167 / Quashawam: Sunksquaw of the Montauk by Lara M. Strong and Selcuk Karabag - 187 / Montauk Point Lighthouse: A History of New York’s First Seamark by Robert J. Hefner - 203 / Maglev by Lee E. Koppelman - 215 / American Quilting, 1780-1990 by Amy McKune - 223 / Long Island Goes to the Auto Races: The Great Vanderbilt Cup Controversy of 1904 by Geoffrey L. Rossano - 229 / The Pratt Experiment: The Early Years of the Library School by Anthony Cucchiara and Sandra Roff - 244 / LOST AND FOUND: by John A. Strong and Wilbur R. Miller - 253 / REVIEWS OF BOOKS: Robert F. Keeler. Newsday: A Candid History of the Respectable Tabloid by Peter B. Boody - 260 / One Hundred Years Old Today: Anniversary Edition, the Easthampton Star by Barbara E. Austen - 265 / Dennis Berthold and Kenneth Price, eds. Dear Brother Walt: The Letters of Thomas Jefferson Whitman by Joann P. Krieg - 271 / Jeffrey A. Kroessler and Nina S. Rappaport. Historic Preservation in Queens by Carol A. Traynor - 272 / Mary Field and Van Field. The Illustrated History of the Moriches Bay Area by Donald E. Simon - 274 / Nicholas Langhart, et al. Houses of Southold; the First 350 Years by Frank Turano - 276 / EXHIBIT REVIEW: Edward Lange Revisited by Thomas D. Beal - 278 / BOOK AND EXHIBIT NOTES - 278
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    Long Island Historical Journal, Volume 01, Number 2 (Spring 1989)
    (Stony Brook University, Department of History, 1989) Harmond, Richard P.; Buckley, Lynda A.; Barber, Linda E.; Battley, Susan; Thomas, Emily H.; Fox, Daniel M.; Stoff, Joshua; Dorinson, Joseph; Taylor, Clarence; Ross, Alice; Stone, Gaynell; Smits, Edward J.; Buckley, Peter G.; Nyitray, Kristen J.; Wunderlich, Roger
    TABLE OF CONTENTS - EDITORIAL COMMENT / FEATURE ARTICLES: AIDS on Long Island: The Regional History of an Epidemic, 1981-1988 by Emily H. Thomas and Daniel M. Fox - 93 / Grumman versus Republic: Success and Failure in the Aviation Industry on Long Island by Joshua Stoff - 113 / Brooklyn: The Elusive Image by Joseph Dorinson - 128 / “Whatever the Cost, We Will Set the Nation Straight”: The Ministers' Committee and the Downstate Center Campaign by Clarence Taylor - 136 / Ella Smith’s Recipe Collection, Smithtown, 1889-1910 by Alice Ross - 147 / Land Where My Fathers Died - Long Island as America: A New Look at the First Inhabitants by Gaynell Stone - 159 / The Creation of Nassau County by Edward J. Smits - 170 / REVIEWS OF BOOKS: The Museums at Stony Brook. Nineteenth-Century American Carriages: Their Manufacture, Decorations, and Use by Peter G. Buckley - 183 / Gaynell Stone and Donna Ottusch-Kianka. The Historical Archaeology of Long Island, Volume VII, Part I - The Sites by Linda E. Barber - 186 / Richard F. Welch. Memento Mori: The Gravestones of Early Long Island, 1680-1810 by Susan Battley - 188 / BOOK NOTES - 189
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    Long Island Historical Journal, Volume 05, Number 1 (Fall 1992)
    (Stony Brook University, Department of History, 1992) Grossman, Karl; Swanson, Robert Lawrence; West-Valle, Anne S.; Decker, Cynthia J.; Kochiss, John M.; Parker, Carol; Dvoskin, Norm; Kassel, Marleen; Futterman, Wendy; Godfrey, Cherie; Schul, Jarrett; Piangoza, James; Villano, Matt J.; Harmond, Richard P.; Johnson, Deborah J.; Coleman, Steven R.; Kern, Louis J.; Wunderlich, Roger; Nyitray, Kristen J.
    TABLE OF CONTENTS - EDITORIAL COMMENT - 1 / FEATURE ARTICLES: The Rise and Fall of LILCO’s Nuclear Power Program by Karl Grossman - 2 / Recreation vs. Waste Disposal: The Use and Management of Jamaica Bay by R. L. Swanson, Anne S. West-Valle and Cynthia J. Decker – 21 / When Great South Bay Froze Over: Gleanings from the Baymen's Oral History Group (Part 1) by John M. Kochiss - 42 / State of the Island: The History of Apple, A Program Planned for Life Enrichment by Carol Parker - 57 / A Weathercaster's Survey of Long Island's Climate and Historic Storms by Norm Dvoskin - 67 / Two Japanese New Religions in Flushing: The Tenrikyo Mission and the Nichiren Shoshu Daihozan Myosetsu Temple by Marleen Kassel - 81 / HIGH SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS: Which Came First: The Transit Line or The Neighborhood? The Relationship between Transportation and Neighborhood Settlement in Brooklyn by Wendy Futterman - 91 / Walt Whitman and William Heyen: Two Long Island Poets View the Civil War and the Holocaust by Cherie Godfrey - 101 / The Grumman Corporation and Long Island: A Cooperative Future by Jarrett Schul and James Piangoza - 106 / Whaling: A Central Part of Long Island Indian Life by Matt J. Villano - 112 / LOST AND FOUND: An Englishman on Long Island: William Cobbett’s Year in the United States (1818-1819) by Richard P. Harmond -118 / REVIEWS: Elizabeth L. Watson with James D. Watson. Houses for Science: A Pictorial History of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Landmarks in Twentieth Century Genetics by Deborah Johnson - 121 / Dorothy Ingersoll Zaykowski. Sag Harbor: The Story of an American Beauty by Steren R. Coleman - 123 / Roger Wunderlich. Low Living and High Thinking at Modern Times, New York by Louis J. Kern - 124 / BOOK NOTES - 127 / COMMUNICATIONS - 129
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