Long Island Historical Journal, Volume 19, Numbers 1-2 (Fall 2006/Spring 2007)

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Strong, John A.
Howlett, Charles F.
Harris, Bradley L.
Flack, J. Kirkpatrick
Douglas, Leroy E.
Woulfin, Dan
Breschard, Jayme
Longmire, Stephen
Fauss, Eric
Harmond, Richard P.
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2007
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Moses, Robert,1888-1981 , Shelter Island (N.Y. : Town) -- History , Peconic River (N.Y.) , Riverhead (N.Y. : Town) -- History , Artists -- New York (State) -- Long Island , Disaster relief -- New York (State) -- Long Island , New York Public Interest Research Group , Stony Brook University -- History , Adelphi University , Bridgehampton (N.Y.) -- History , Saint James (N.Y.) -- History , Historic buildings -- New York (State) -- Saint James , Garden City (N.Y.) -- History , Hotels -- New York (State) -- Long Island , Southampton (N.Y. : Town) -- History , Sag Harbor (N.Y.) -- History
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TABLE OF CONTENTS - FEATURE ARTICLES: The Autonomous Commonwealth: Southampton, 1640-1644 by John A. Strong - 1 / The Garden City Hotel and the Modern American Peace Movement by Charles F. Howlett - 20 / Deepwells: A Crown Jewel in St. James by Bradley L. Harris - 44 / The Dimon Family: Bridgehampton Historiography and its Focus on Ordinary People by J. Kirkpatrick Flack - 64 / The Origins of Adelphi Suffolk College: The Sayville and Southampton Initiatives, 1957-1958 by Leroy E. Douglas - 81 / Building Student Power: A History of NYPIRG at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1974-1992 by Dan Woulfin - 98 / Early Disaster Mitigation Policy on Long Island’s South Shore by Jayme Breschard - 121 / Hubbard Latham Fordham: Keeping an Eye on Sag Harbor by Stephen Longmire -138 / The Postsuburban Development of Riverhead, Long Island: 1970 - 2000 by Eric Fauss - 145 / REFLECTIONS: The Peconic River by Richard P. Harmond - 164 / LONG ISLAND PLACE NAMES: Shelter Island: An Island Sheltered by Islands by Patricia and Edward Shillenburg - 167 / PRIMARY SOURCE: Conference on the Future of Nassau and Western Suffolk: Introductory Remarks, Robert - 172 / BOOKS AND CULTURE - REVIEWS: Ann Sandford. Grandfather Lived Here: The Transformation of Bridgehampton, New York 1870-1970 by Marilyn E. Weigold - 182 / Newsday, Inc. Newsday’s Guide to Long Island's Natural World by John G. Staudt - 183 / Leonard Benardo and Jennifer Weiss. Brooklyn By Name: How the Neighborhoods, Streets, Parks, Bridges, and More Got Their Names by Garry Wilbur - 186 / Hilary Ballon and Kenneth T. Jackson, eds. Robert Moses and the Modern City: The Transformation of New York by Natalie A. Naylor - 188 / Living the American Dream: Levittown and the Suburban Boom. Long Island Museum, Stony Brook, New York by Barbara Kelly - 189 / Robert Moses and the Modern City: The Road to Recreation. Queens Museum, Queens, New York by Richard F. Welch - 192 / Harry W. Havemeyer. Fire Island’s Surf Hotel and other Hostelries on Fire Island’s Beaches in the Nineteenth-Century by Marsha Hamilton - 194 / Stephen L. Meyers. Lost Trolleys of Queens and Long Island. David Keller and Steven Lynch. Revisiting the Long Island Rail Road, 1925-1975 by Donald E. Simon - 196 / Joshua Stoff. Long Island Airports by Charles F. Howlett - 199 / Terry Wallace. Caroline M. Bell (1874-1970) and the Peconic Bay Impressionists by Natalie A. Naylor - 201 / Robert G. Müller, Long Island’s Lighthouses, Past and Present by Natalie A. Naylor - 203 / Three Village Historical Society. The Setaukets, Old Field, and Poquott by Charles F. Howlett - 206 / William J. Switala. Underground Railroad in New York and New Jersey by Floris Barnett Cash - 208 / Raymond E. and Judith A. Spinzia. Long Island’s Prominent North Shore Families: Their Estates and Their Country Homes by Myrna Sloam - 210 / Mary Cummings. Hurricane in the Hamptons, 1938 by Ann H. Sandford - 212 / Alexander Rose. Washington’s Spies: The Story of America’s First Spy Ring by Richard F. Welch - 214 / Pascal James Imperato. Tudor Village, The History of a Unique Community in Queens County by Donald E. Simon - 218 / James Driscoll. Flushing: 1880-1935 by Jeffrey A. Kroessler - 220 / Toby Selda. Simply “Father”: Life with Theodore Roosevelt as Seen Through the Eyes of His Children by Natalie A. Naylor - 222 / BOOK NOTES: prepared by Kristen J. Nyitray - 224 / IN MEMORIAM: David A. Overton (1925-2005) by Barbara M. Russell, for the Editors - 229
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Stony Brook University, The Center for Regional Policy Studies and Department of History
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0898-7084
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