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dc.contributor.authorEmin, Tanfer
dc.contributor.authorStrong, John A.
dc.contributor.authorKleehammer, Michelle
dc.contributor.authorRoche, John F.
dc.contributor.authorRuff, Joshua
dc.contributor.authorRokofsky, Michael
dc.contributor.authorShepherd, Elizabeth
dc.contributor.authorGreve, James
dc.contributor.authorSquires, Charles E.
dc.contributor.authorYoung, Robert J.
dc.contributor.authorRanger, Michael B.
dc.contributor.authorAxelrod, Caroline
dc.contributor.authorBrown, Erika
dc.contributor.authorGillings, Marshalette
dc.contributor.authorFanelli, Sean A.
dc.contributor.authorStone, Gaynell
dc.contributor.authorDensmore, Christopher
dc.contributor.authorCooper, Karen
dc.contributor.authorHarrison, Helen A.
dc.contributor.editorWunderlich, Roger
dc.contributor.editorNyitray, Kristen J.
dc.description.abstractTABLE OF CONTENTS - FEATURE ARTICLES: Freaks and Geeks: Coney Island Sideshow Performers and Long Island Eugenicists, 1910-1935 by Tanfer Emin - 1 / Mohawk Sovereignty over the Long Island Indians: Fact or Fiction? A Re-Examination of Primary and Secondary Sources by John Strong - 15 / Robert Moses, Jones Beach, and the Legacy of Progressive-Era Conservationism by Michelle Kleehammer - 27 / Village School to City System: The Schools of the Town of New Utrecht by John F. Roche - 42 / Preserving “The Good Old Spirit”: Long Island in the Colonial Revival by Joshua Ruff - 62 / From Potato Patch to Wine Orchard: Southold Town’s Path of Rural Preservation by Michael Rokofsky - 86 / “The Devil's Own Imponderables”: Two Smithtown Men in the American Revolution by Elizabeth Shepherd - 86 / NOTES AND DOCUMENTS: “Long Island has been a School to Me”: The 1825 Letter of an Instructor at Schools at Rockaway and Great Neck Transcribed and annotated by James Greve - 119 / The Origin, Rise, and Decline of the Long Island Branch of the Ranger Family: An Update by Charles E. Squires, Robert J. Young, and Michael B. Ranger - 125 / SECONDARY SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST: Black Migrant Workers on the East End of Long Island during the 1950s and 1960s by Caroline Axelrod - 128 / The Birth of the United Nations in Lake Success by Erika Brown - 138 / Jupiter Hammon: America’s First Black Poet by Marshalette Gillings - 147 / BOOK REVIEWS: Frank Cavaioli. State University of New York at Farmingdale. by Sean A. Fanelli - 156 / John A. Strong. The Montaukett Indians of Eastern Long Island. by Gaynell Stone - 157 / Natalie A. Naylor, ed. “The People Called Quakers”: Records of Long Island Friends, 1671-1703. by Christopher Densmore - 160 / Tom Montalbano. Images of America: Syosset. by Karen Cooper - 162 / BOOK NOTES - 163 / FILM REVIEW - 164 Parsing Pollock by Helen A. Harrison / COMMUNICATIONS - 170
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dc.publisherStony Brook University, Department of History
dc.rightsStony Brook University
dc.subjectConey Island (New York, N.Y.) -- History
dc.subjectCold Spring Harbor Laboratory
dc.subjectIndians of North America -- New York (State) -- Long Island
dc.subjectMoses, Robert,1888-1981
dc.subjectEducation -- New York (State) -- Long Island
dc.subjectArchitecture -- New York (State) -- Long Island
dc.subjectSouthold (N.Y.) -- History
dc.subjectSmithtown (N.Y. : Town) -- History
dc.titleLong Island Historical Journal, Volume 14, Numbers 1-2 (Fall 2001/Spring 2002)
dc.title.alternateLong Island History Journal
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