Long Island Historical Journal, Volume 05, Number 2 (Spring 1993)

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Issue Date
1993
Authors
Osborn, David
Seyfried, Vincent F.
Sanjek, Roger
Kroessler, Jeffrey A.
Kacher, Matthew
Kochiss, John M.
Taylor, Clarence
Elkind, Charlotte Woods
Garber, Elizabeth
Barnhart, Michael
Publisher
Stony Brook University, Department of History
Keywords
Queens County (N.Y.) -- History , African Americans -- New York (State) -- Long Island -- History
Abstract
TABLE OF CONTENTS - EDITORIAL COMMENT - 131 / QUEENS COUNTY HISTORICAL CONFERENCE PAPERS - 1) Queens County and the Secession Crisis by David Osborn - 132 / 2) The Civil War in Queens County by Vincent F. Seyfried - 146 / 3) After Freedom in Newtown, Queens: African Americans and the Color Line, 1838-1899 by Roger Sanjek - 157 / 4) Baseball and the Blue Laws by Jeffrey A. Kroessler - 168 / 5) A Stadium for Flushing Meadows by Matthew Kachur - 178 / FEATURE ARTICLES: When Great South Bay Froze Over: Gleanings from the Baymen’s Oral History Group (Part II) by John M. Kochiss - 195 / The Formation and Development of Brooklyn’s Black Churches, from the Nineteenth to the Early Twentieth Century by Clarence Taylor - 209 / One Brooklyn Block: Population Characteristics and Change, 1880-1910 by Charlotte Woods Elkind - 229 / REVIEWS: Nina Federoff and David Botstein, eds. The Dynamic Genome: Barbara McClintock's Ideas on the Century of Genetics by Elizabeth Garber - 249 / Natalie A. Naylor, Douglas Brinkley, and John Allen Gable, eds. Theodore Roosevelt: Many-Sided American by Michael Barnhart - 251 / Robert B. MacKay, Stanley Lindvall and Carol Traynor, eds. An Architectural Guide to Nassau and Suffolk Counties, Long Island by L.E. Gobrecht - 254 / Robert Duifee’s Journal and Recollections of Newport, Rhode Island, Freetown, Massachusetts, New York City and Long Island, Jamaica and Cuba, West Indies and Saint Simons Island, Georgia, ca. 1785-1810. Edited by Virginia Steele Wood by W.M.P. Dunne - 255 / Patricia Hansell Sisler and Robert Sisler. The Seven Hills of Port by Luise Weiss - 257 / BOOK NOTES - 258
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