Long Island Historical Journal, Volume 13, Number 1 (Fall 2000)
Simon, Donald E.
Harmond, Richard P.
Dobrin, Arthur B.
Strong, John A.
Naylor, Natalie A.
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SubjectAgriculture -- New York (State) -- Long Island; Historiography; Prime, Nathaniel S. -- (Nathaniel Scudder), -- 1785-1856; Journalism -- United States -- History -- 20th century; Shelter Island (N.Y. : Town) -- History; Copeland, Robert Morris, -- 1830-1874
TABLE OF CONTENTS - EDITORIAL COMMENT / FEATURE ARTICLES: Go East, Young Man: Nineteenth-Century Farm Life on the South Fork of Long Island by Roger Wunderlich - 1 / Long Island to the Measure of Oxen by Elizabeth Shepherd - 11 / History Visited and Revisited by Donald E. Simon - 23 / Introduction to the “Recollections of the Reverend Nathaniel S. Prime” by Richard P. Harmond - 23 Material Evidence of Ideological and Ethnic Choice in Long Island Gravestones, 1670-1800 by Gaynell Stone - 44 / Photographic Depiction of Race and Ethnicity in Newsday and The New York Times Long Island Sunday Supplement by Arthur B. Dobrin - 72 / An Accommodating Artistry Robert Morris Copeland’s Landscape Designs for Shelter Island by David Sokol - 82 / SECONDARY SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS: Guglielmo Marconi and His Influence on Long Island’s Italian American Community by Lauren Branche - 94 / Nassau County Executive Eugene Nickerson’s Decade of Development by Jonathan Chavkin - 100 / What Cost Reform? Fiscal Policy in the City Of Brooklyn, 1870-1898 by Perri Thaler - 108 / REVIEWS - 122 / Joann P. Krieg and Natalie A. Naylor, eds. Nassau County: From Rural Hinterland to Suburban Metropolis by Joshua Ruff / Tom Twomey, ed. Tracing the Past: Writings of Henry P. Hedges 1817-1911 Relating to the East End by John A. Strong / Elizabeth K. Kaplan, Robert W. Kenny, and Roger Wunderlich, eds. William Sidney Mount: Family, Frienas, and Ideas by Phyllis Braff / James Driscoll, Derek M. Gray, Richard J. Hourahan, and Kathleen G. Velsor. Angels of Deliverance: The Underground Railroad in Queens, Long Island, and Beyond by Natalie A. Naylor / Arnold A. Bocksel. Rice, Men and Barbed Wire by Richard Acritelli / COMMUNICATIONS – 139