Long Island Historical Journal, Volume 08, Number 1 (Fall 1995)

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Crease, Robert P.
Grumet, Robert S.
Baker, Paul R.
Taff, Mark L.
Howlett, Charles F.
Harmond, Richard P.
Gordon, Edith L.
Thompson, Tami
Aliano, David
Moore, Kaisha K.
Stony Brook University, Department of History
Brookhaven National Laboratory -- History -- 20th century , Indians of North America -- New York (State) -- Long Island , White, Stanford, -- 1853-1906 , Long Island (N.Y.) -- History, Military , Education -- New York (State) -- Long Island , Women -- New York (State) -- Suffolk County -- Social life and customs , Murphy, Robert Cushman, -- 1887-1973
TABLE OF CONTENTS - EDITORIAL COMMENT - 1 / FEATURE ARTICLES: The History of Brookhaven National Laboratory Part 5: Particle Hunters by Robert P. Crease - 3 / The Indians of Fort Massapeag by Robert S. Grumet - 26 / The Murder of Stanford White by Paul R. Baker and Mark L. Taff - 34 / Long Island Confronts the Vietnam War: A Review of the Antiwar Movement, Part Two by Charles F. Howlett - 56 / Robert Cushman Murphy and Environmental Issues on Long Island by Richard P. Harmond - 76 / Title IX, A Catalyst for Change, Women and Education since 1972: Long Island, A Case History by Edith L. Gordon - 83 / SECONDARY SCHOOL ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS: A Long Island Spy Story and Its Effect on American Legal History by Tami Thompson - 103 / Long Island's Struggle for Civil Liberty under the Dutch Regime by David Aliano - 111 / Confronting Bias in Schools and Housing: The Long Island Civil Rights Movement in 1970 by Kaisha K. Moore - 119 / REVIEWS: Gaynell Stone, ed. The History & Archaeology of the Montauk, 2nd ed. by David Bernstein - 126 / Clarence Taylor. The Black Churches of Brooklyn by Floris Barnett Cash - 128 / Edward A. T. Carr. Faded Laurels: The History of Eaton’s Neck and Asharoken by Barbara Johnson - 131 / Joshua Stoff. Charles A. Lindbergh: A Photographic Album by Peter Parities - 133 / Joann P. Krieg and Natalie A. Naylor, eds. To Know the Place: Exploring Long Island History. Rev. ed. by Gaynell Stone - 134 / EXHIBITION REVIEW: “Long Island Maps and their Makers.” An exhibition sponsored by the Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities (SPLIA) and the State University at Stony Brook by Edwin G. Burrows -137 / GAME REVIEW: Jay Laquinta. Long Island Trivia: The Race to Montauk by Roger Wunderlich - 138 / BOOK NOTES - 139 / COMMUNICATIONS - 141