2019 Vol 27-1

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Articles

Marian Desrosiers, “Friend of Government or Friend of Country: The Revolutionary War Journey of Thomas Banister from Rhode Island to Long Island”
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John A. Strong and Mary Laura Lamont, The Richard Floyd Account Book, 1719-1732: Insights into Changing Times in Colonial Brookhaven
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Christopher Verga, The Battle for Long Islanders’ Souls and Minds: Holy Name Society’s Fight against the Ku Klux Klan
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Reviews

Camp-Upton
Charles G. Backfish on
Suzanne Johnson and David Clemens, Camp Upton Charleston: Arcadia Publishing, 2018.

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Reluctant Reformer
Tara Rider on
Anne Sandford, Reluctant Reformer: Nathan Sanford in the Era of the Early Republic (Albany: SUNY Press, 2017)
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Contributions

Contributors

Acknowledgements


Review of Books, Johnson and Clemens

Review of Books, Johnson and Clemens

Review of Books Charles G. Backfish on Suzanne Johnson and David Clemens, Camp Upton (Charleston: Arcadia Publishing, 2018), 128 pp.,...
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Review of Books, Sandford

Review of Books, Sandford

Review of Books Tara Rider on Anne Sandford, Reluctant Reformer: Nathan Sanford in the Era of the Early Republic (Albany:...
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The Battle for Long Islanders’ Souls and Minds: Holy Name Society’s Fight against the Ku Klux Klan

An insurgence of hate and nationalist groups spurred by a growth in immigrant populations that practiced a foreign religion and...
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Friend of Government or Friend of Country: The Revolutionary War Journey of Thomas Banister  from Rhode Island to Long Island

Friend of Government or Friend of Country: The Revolutionary War Journey of Thomas Banister from Rhode Island to Long Island

Mid-eighteenth-century colonial seaports generated a vibrant exchange of goods, services, and ideas. Newport, Rhode Island, for example, experienced a growth...
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The Richard Floyd Account Book, 1719-1732: Insights into Changing Times in Colonial Brookhaven

The Richard Floyd Account Book, 1719-1732: Insights into Changing Times in Colonial Brookhaven

Introduction In 1999, the Huntington Library in San Marino, California acquired two account books which were identified as having belonged...
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