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dc.contributor.authorNaylor, Natalie A.
dc.contributor.authorCrease, Robert P.
dc.contributor.authorGombieski, Jane S.
dc.contributor.authorSterngass, Jane A.
dc.contributor.authorKrieg, Joann P.
dc.contributor.authorSpinzia, Raymond E.
dc.contributor.authorHarmond, Richard P.
dc.contributor.authorPlank, Raymond
dc.contributor.authorKeller, Mollie
dc.contributor.authorMaresca, Thomas
dc.contributor.authorHewlett, John A.
dc.contributor.authorBeal, Thomas D.
dc.contributor.authorHowlett, Charles F.
dc.contributor.authorAyres, William
dc.contributor.editorWunderlich, Roger
dc.contributor.editorNyitray, Kristen J.
dc.description.abstractTABLE OF CONTENTS - EDITORIAL COMMENT - 1 / FEATURE ARTICLES: Long Island’s Mrs. Tippecanoe and Mrs. Tyler Two by Natalie A. Naylor - 2 / History of Brookhaven National Laboratory, Part Three: Little Science, Big Science by Robert P. Crease - 17 / Kleagles, Klokards, Kludds, and Kluxers: The Klan in Suffolk County, 1915-1928, Part One by Jane S. Gombieski - 41 / “You May Take Watts, But You'll Never Take New Lots”: Racial Succession and the East New York Riot Of 1966 by Jon Sterngass - 63 / Walt Whitman in the Public Domain: A Tale of Two Houses by Joann P. Krieg - 83 / In Her Wake: The Story of Alva Smith Vanderbilt Belmont by Raymond E. Spinzia - 96 / Recent Articles on Long Island History by Natalie A. Naylor - 106 / LOST AND FOUND: ONE - High-Living on the Great South Bay: Schuyler Livingston Parsons, Untold Friendships by Richard P. Harmond - 121 / LOST AND FOUND: TWO - Charles Hanson Towne: Loafing Down Long Island by Raymond Plank - 125 / REVIEWS: Barbara M. Kelly. Expanding the American Dream: Building and Rebuilding Levittown by Mollie Keller - 129 / Philip F. Palmedo and Edward Beltranmi. The Wines of Long Island: Birth of a Region. Photographs by Sara Matthews by Thomas Maresca - 131 / Natalie A. Naylor, Patricia Snyder and Melissa Patton. Long Island’s History and Cultural Heritage: An Integrative Curriculum Resource of Educators by John A. Hewlett - 133 / David McCullogh. The Great Bridge by Thomas D. Beal - 134 / William T. Lauder. Amityville History Revisited by Charles F. Howlett - 136 / EXHIBITION REVIEW: “Woven History: The Technology and Innovation of Long Island Coverlets, 1800-1850” by William Ayres - 138 / BOOK NOTES - 140 / COMMUNICATIONS - 141
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dc.publisherStony Brook University, Department of History
dc.rightsStony Brook University
dc.titleLong Island Historical Journal, Volume 06, Number 1 (Fall 1993)
dc.title.alternateLong Island History Journal
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    The Long Island Historical Journal is a peer-reviewed, academic publication founded by Roger Wunderlich in 1988 at Stony Brook University.

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