2012 VOL 23-1

Volumes

 


Editorial Note

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Articles

John Broven, “Golden Crest Records: The Independent Record Industry Comes to Long Island”
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Frank J. Cavaioli, “Albert A. Johnson and the Agricultural School at Farmingdale”
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Hilary May, “Expanding Horizons: Long Islanders Involved in the East Asian Trade, 1850-1890”
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Stephen R. Patnode, “Miss Sperry: Corporate Beauty Pageants and the Prizing of Femininity in Postwar America”
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Reviews

Durahn Taylor on
Steven H. Gittelman, 2010. Willie K. Vanderbilt II: A Biography
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Beverly C. Tyler on Richard Radune, 2011. Sound Rising: Long Island Sound at the Forefront of America’s Struggle for Independence
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Ross Wheeler on Peter Eisenstadt, 2010. Rochdale Village: Robert Moses, 6,000 Families and New York City’s Great Experiment in Integrated Housing
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Contributions

Contributors

Acknowledgements


review, Rochdale Village

review, Rochdale Village

Peter Eisenstadt, Rochdale Village: Robert Moses, 6,000 Families, and New York City's Great Experiment in Integrated Housing.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell...
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review, sound rising

review, sound rising

Richard A. Radune. Sound Rising: Long Island Sound at the Forefront of America's Struggle for Independence. Branford, Connecticut: Research in...
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Willie K. Vanderbilt II: A Biography

Willie K. Vanderbilt II: A Biography

Steven H. Gittelman. Willie K. Vanderbilt II: A Biography.  Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2010. Pp. 264. Photos,...
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Miss Sperry: Corporate Beauty Pageants and the Prizing of Femininity in Postwar America

Miss Sperry: Corporate Beauty Pageants and the Prizing of Femininity in Postwar America

In December, 1958, the Sperry Gyroscope Corporation, a large defense contractor located on Long Island, presented Sandy Kuene, a female...
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Expanding Horizons: Long Islanders Involved in the East Asian Trade, 1850-1890

Expanding Horizons: Long Islanders Involved in the East Asian Trade, 1850-1890

Editor’s note: throughout this manuscript, spelling and grammar from historical documents  are kept in their original primary form. In a...
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Golden Crest Records: The Independent Record Industry Comes to Long  Island

Golden Crest Records: The Independent Record Industry Comes to Long Island

Before this technological era of music carriers, iPods, MP3s and digital downloads, Golden Crest Records was Long Island’s only significant...
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Albert A. Johnson and the Agricultural School at Farmingdale

Albert A. Johnson and the Agricultural School at Farmingdale

Founded in April 1912 to train high school students to become farmers, the New York State School of Agriculture on...
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