The Long Island History Journal thanks the Long Island Council for the Social Studies (LICSS) for its continuous support.

A special acknowledgment is due to Assemblyman Steve Englebright— a Stony Brook University colleague and staunch advocate of the University in general and strong friend and supporter of the Long Island History Journal in particular.

The Center for Global & Local History gratefully acknowledges the generous and continuous support of Stony Brook alumna Ms. Alicia Malecka.

In memory of Dr. Lee Koppelman who sadly passed away in March of 2022. Koppelman was a leading professor and professor emeritus in the Department of Political Science in the College of Arts and Sciences, where he taught courses in the Master of Arts in Public Policy program into his final months.

Of course, we would not have been able to carry on the twenty-year legacy of the LIHJ, if Lee himself would not have taken the LIHJ under the wings of his Center for Regional Policy Studies in 2003. He and his team of Editors secured the journal’s continuation and growing relevance in the last five years of its publication as an online journal.

The LIHJ team thanks Dr. Shirley Lim, Professor and Chair, as well as the Department of History at Stony Brook University for providing departmental office space for the production of the Long Island History Journal.

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