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Kevin Olsen, “What Do You Do With the Garbage? New York City’s Progressive Era Sanitary Reforms and Their Impact on the Waste Management Infrastructure in Jamaica Bay”
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John Strong and Mary Laura Lamont, “The Richard Floyd Account Book, 1686-1690: A Search for Authorship and Historical Significance”
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Joshua Ruff and Christopher Tedesco, film, “A New Look at the Musical World of William Sidney Mount (1807-1868)”
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Manor Book Review Cover Ann M. Becker on
Mac Griswold, 2013. The Manor: Three Centuries at a Slave Plantation on Long Island.
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United Nations Book Review Cover Christopher Capozzola on
Charlene Mires, 2013. Capital of the World: The Race to Host the United Nations.
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Robert Maggio and Earlene O’Hare, 2013. Port Jefferson.
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Tricia Foley and Karen Mouzakes, 2012. Yaphank.
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Frank J. Cavaioli, 2012. Farmingdale State College, A History
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John A. Strong, 2013. Running on Empty: The Rise and Fall of Southampton College, 1963-2005
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Editorial Note

Thelma Jackson-Abidally, “Introduction: African Americans on Long Island, A Rich History”
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Ross Thomas Rava and Christopher N. Matthews, “An Archaeological View of Slavery and Social Relations at Rock Hall, Lawrence, New York”
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Charla E. Bolton, AICP and Reginald H. Metcalf, Jr., “The Migration of Jupiter Hammon and His Family: From Slavery to Freedom and its Consequences”
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Allison Manfra McGovern and David J. Bernstein, “Preserving Church Lane: Applied Anthropology and History in a Long Island African-American Community”
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Jenna Wallace Coplin, “Mapping African American History Across Long Island”
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Robert E. Lewis, Christopher N. Matthews and Judith A. Burgess, “The Bethel-Christian Avenue-Laurel Hill Historic District”
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John A. Strong, 2011. The Unkechaug Indians of Eastern Long Island: A History
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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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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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R. Lawrence Swanson, Carolyn Hall, and Kristin Kramss, “Suffolk County, a National Leader in Environmental Initiatives. Why?”
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Ann Sandford, “Rescuing Ernestine Rose (1880-1961): Harlem Librarian and Social Activist”
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Edwin G. Burrows, “The Prisoners of New York”
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Lt. Col. Gregory Wynn on
Edmund Morris, 2010. Colonel Roosevelt.
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Geoffrey Fleming, 2010. Ever Eastward: Alfred H. Cosden and His Estate at Southold.
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Christopher Vaccaro, 2009. Long Island High School Sports.
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Jeffrey A. Kroessler, “Brooklyn’s Thirst, Long Island’s Water: Consolidation, Local Control, and the Aquifer”
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Allison Manfra McGovern, “Rocky Point’s African American Past: A Forgotten History Remembered through Historical Archaeology at the Betsey Prince Site”
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Stephen N. Sanfilippo, “Teaching American History with a Long Island Perspective: Pre-Columbian through the American Revolution”
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Acknowledgements

Emanuel Boussios and
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Sarah Garland, 2009. Gangs in Garden City: How Immigration, Segregation, and Youth Violence are Changing America’s Suburbs.
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Joshua Ruff on 

James Mauro, 2010. Twilight at the World of Tomorrow: Genius, Madness, Murder, and the 1939 World’s Fair on the Brink of War.
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Richard Acritelli on 

Gary Williams, 2010. Seal of Honor: Operation Red Wings and the Life of Lt. Michael P. Murphy, USN.
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Barbara Russell on 

Bradley Harris, Kiernan Lannon, Joshua Ruff, 2009. Smithtown.
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From the Editor

Jonathan Bergman, “Church, Community, and Religious Disaster Relief in Suffolk County: Three Case Studies From The Hurricane of 1938”
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John Strong, James Van Tassel, and Rick Van Tassel, “In Search of Catoneras: Long Island’s Pocahontas”
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Ryan Shaffer, “Long Island Nazis: A Local Synthesis of Transnational Politics ”
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Acknowledgements

Frances Campani and Michael Schwarting on 

Kenneth Wayne and Erik Neil, eds., 2009. Long Island Moderns: Art and Architecture on the North Shore and Beyond.
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Marilyn Weigold on 

Geoffrey K. Fleming and Amy Kasuga Folk, 2009. Hotels and Inns of Long Island’s North Fork.
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Natalie Naylor on 

Adam Grohman, 2009. Presidential Plunge: Theodore Roosevelt, The Plunger Submarine, and the United States Navy.
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Barbara Kelly on 

David Kushner, 2009. Levittown: Two Families, One Tycoon, and the Fight for Civil Rights in America’s Legendary Suburb.
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Richard Ryan on 

Robert Roper, 2008. Now the Drum of War: Walt Whitman and His Brothers in the Civil War.
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Howard Gimple on 

Colson Whitehead, 2009. Sag Harbor.
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From the Editor

Wolf Schäfer, “Long Island: Global, National, and Local”
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Joshua Ruff, “Diasporas in Suburbia: Long Island’s Recent Immigrant Past”
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Noel Gish, “Lee E. Koppelman: Master Planner”
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Neil P. Buffett, “We were pretty gung-ho; we were going to save the world: High School Student Activism in Defense of Long Island’s Nissequogue River, 1970-1979”
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Frank J. Cavaioli, “Chartering the New York State School of Agriculture on Long Island”
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Joseph S. Tiedemann, “Thomas Jones: Embittered Long Island Loyalist”
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Acknowledgements

John Staudt on 
Edwin G. Burrows, 2008. Forgotten Patriots: The Untold Story of American Prisoners During the Revolutionary War.
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Geoffrey K. Fleming on
Richard Guy Wilson, 2008. Harbor Hill: Portrait of a House.
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Helen A. Harrison on
Geoffrey K. Fleming and Sara Evans, et. al, 2008. A Shared Aesthetic: Artists of Long Island’s North Fork.
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Richard Barons on
Dan Rattiner, foreword by Edward Albee, 2008. In the Hamptons: My Fifty Years with Farmers, Fishermen, Artists, Billionaires, and Celebrities.
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Ross Wheeler on
Claudia Gryvatz Copquin, introduction by Kenneth T. Jackson, 2007. The Neighborhoods of Queens

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Mac Griswold on
Cynthia Zaitzevsky, 2009. Long Island Landscapes and the Women Who Designed Them.
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R. L. Swanson on
Lee E. Koppelman and Seth Forman, 2008. The Fire Island National Seashore: a History.
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Catherine Ball on
Howard Kroplick and Al Velocci, 2008. The Long Island Motor Parkway.
Howard Kroplick, 2008. Vanderbilt Cup Races of Long Island.
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