Long Island Historical Journal, Volume 15, Numbers 1-2 (Fall 2002/Spring 2003)

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Sandford, Ann H.
Solomon, Geri
Cramer van den Bogaart, Annette M.
Naylor, Natalie A.
Roe, Priscilla Redfield
Acritelli, Richard
Strong, John A.
Forman, Jane
Johnson, Brian
Malone, Andrew
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Bridgehampton (N.Y.) -- History , Patterson, Alicia, -- 1906-1963 , Journalism -- United States -- History -- 20th century , Long Island (N.Y.) -- History -- 17th century , Artists -- New York (State) -- Long Island , Community health services -- New York (State) -- New York -- History , Long Island (N.Y.) -- History, Military
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TABLE OF CONTENTS - FEATURE ARTICLES: Rural Connections: Early Republic Bridgehampton and Its Wider World, 1790-1805 by Ann H. Sandford - 1 / Alicia Patterson, “Newspaperman” by Geri Solomon - 23 / The Life of Teuntje Straatmans: A Dutch Woman’s Travels in the Seventeenth Century Atlantic World by Annette M. Cramer van den Bogaart - 35 / The Legacy of Nathaniel Rogers (1787-1844), Long Island Artist from Bridgehampton by Natalie A. Naylor - 54 / The Genesis of Neighborhood Health Centers in Suffolk County: 1965-1968 by Priscilla Redfield Roe - 72 / A Proud Member of the Community of Port Jefferson Remembers His Contributions to the Last Great Crusade - World War II by Richard Acritelli - 104 / LOST AND FOUND: John Underhill, Captain of New England and New Netherland by John A. Strong - 122 / SECONDARY SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST: Long Island Defeats Goliath: The Closing of Shoreham by Jane Forman - 128 / Origins of the Suffolk County Police Department by Brian Johnson - 141 / Prayer in Public School: Engel V. Vitale and its Effect on Long Island Communities by Andrew Malone - 148 / Boat Building in Amityville by Victoria Niemi - 163 / BOOK REVIEWS: John Komia Domatob. African Americans of Eastern Long Island. Black America Series. John Komia Domatob. African Americans of Western Long Island. Black America Series by Thomas D. Beal - 168 / Jeffrey A. Kroessler. New York, Year by Year: A Chronology of the Great Metropolis. George J. Lankevich. New York City: A Short History by Joanne Reitano - 171 / Victor Principe. Images of America: Bellport Village and Brookhaven Hamlet by Kathleen L. Scheibel - 173 / Natalie E. Naylor, ed. Journeys on Old Long Island: Travelers’ Accounts, Contemporary Descriptions and Residents’ Reminiscences, 1744-1893 by Marilyn Weigold - 174 / Theresa M. Collins. Otto Kahn: Art, Money, and Modern Time by Karen Cooper - 176 / James E. Haas. This Gunner at His Piece: College Point, New York and the Civil War with Biographies of the Men Who Served by Edward H.L. Smith, III - 177 / Charles Denson. Coney Island: Lost and Found. Michael Immerso. Coney Island: The People’s Playground. Brian J. Cudahy. How We Got to Coney Island: The Development of Mass Transportation in Brooklyn and Kings County by Garry Wilbur - 180 / Havemeyer, Harry W. East on the Great South Bay: Sayville and Bayport, 1860 - 1960 by Sister Joan Ryan - 187 / Steven Gregory. Black Corona: Race and the Politics of Place in an Urban Community by Thomas D. Beal - 188 / Kristen J. Nyitray and Ann M. Becker. Stony Brook: State University of New York. College History Series by Joel Rosenthal - 191 / Barbara Shea. Discover Long Island: Exploring the Great Places from Sea to Sound by Natalie Naylor - 193 / BOOK NOTES - 195 / COMMUNICATIONS - 196
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