2017 Vol 26-1

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Editorial Note

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Articles

Jonathan Olly, “Long Island during Prohibition, 1920-1933”
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Catherine Tinker, “Annie Rensselaer Tinker (1884-1924) of East Setauket and NYC: Philanthropist, Suffragist, WWI Volunteer in Europe”
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Neil P. Buffett, “Blockbusting on Long Island: The Case of Gerald Kutler and the 1962 Legal Battle against Real Estate Bias in North Bellport, New York”
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Reviews

Suzanne Johnson on
Kevin C. Fitzpatrick, World War I New York: A Guide to the City’s Enduring Ties to the Great War. Guilford, CT: Globe Pequot Press, 2017
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Tara Rider on
Lawrence R. Swanson and Malcolm J. Bowman. Between Stony Brook Harbor Tides: The Natural History of a Long Island Pocket Bay. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, 2016
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Contributions

Contributors

Acknowledgements


Long Island during Prohibition, 1920-1933

Long Island during Prohibition, 1920-1933

Long Island changed an awful lot When Prohibition came. Some fine old standards went to pot When Prohibition came. Fishermen...
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Blockbusting on Long Island: The Case of Gerald Kutler and the 1962 Legal Battle against Real Estate Bias in North Bellport, New York

Blockbusting on Long Island: The Case of Gerald Kutler and the 1962 Legal Battle against Real Estate Bias in North Bellport, New York

On November 1, 1962, Gerald Kutler, a real estate agent from Islip Terrace, had his realtor's license revoked by the...
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Review of Books, Fitzpatrick

Review of Books, Fitzpatrick

Review of Books Suzanne Johnson on Kevin C. Fitzpatrick,World War I New York: A Guide to the City’s Enduring Ties...
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Review of Books, Swanson and Bowman

Review of Books, Swanson and Bowman

Tara Rider on R. Lawrence Swanson and Malcolm J. Bowman, Between Stony Brook Harbor Tides: The Natural History of a...
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Annie Rensselaer Tinker (1884-1924) of East Setauket and NYC: Philanthropist, Suffragist, WWI Volunteer in Europe

Annie Rensselaer Tinker (1884-1924) of East Setauket and NYC: Philanthropist, Suffragist, WWI Volunteer in Europe

Annie Rensselaer Tinker, Philanthropist[1] Annie Rensselaer Tinker was an independent thinker, an advocate for women, an equestrian, and a self-described...
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