2013 VOL 23-2

Volumes

 


Editorial Note

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Articles

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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Reviews

David J. Silverman on
John A. Strong, 2011. The Unkechaug Indians of Eastern Long Island: A History
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Contributions

Contributors

Acknowledgements


The Bethel-Christian Avenue-Laurel Hill Historic District

The Bethel-Christian Avenue-Laurel Hill Historic District

Bethel-Christian Avenue-Laurel Hill Historic District
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review, The Unkechaug Indians of Eastern Long Island

review, The Unkechaug Indians of Eastern Long Island

The Unkechaug Indians of Eastern Long Island:  A History.  By John A. Strong.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2011. 332 pp., list...
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Introduction: African Americans on Long Island, A Rich History

Issues of cultural awareness and racial equality for African Americans have long been important topics of discussion on Long Island....
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Mapping African American History Across Long Island

African American experiences on Long Island are tied to the earliest colonial period. They include struggles with slavery, quests for...
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Preserving Church Lane: Applied Anthropology and History in a Long Island African-American Community

Preserving Church Lane: Applied Anthropology and History in a Long Island African-American Community

While travelling along Middle Road in Cutchogue, New York, you may notice the large Town of Southold sanitation facility seemingly...
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The Migration of Jupiter Hammon and His Family: From Slavery to Freedom and its Consequences

Introduction Jupiter Hammon, acclaimed as the United States’ first published African American poet, is now recognized as a significant figure...
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