New York History Journal Releases Double Issue


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NY-History-Journal-logo-nysha-webHere is the Table of Contents for the latest issue of the journal New York History. Published continuously since 1919, New York History provides an outlet for scholarly research on every aspect of the Empire State’s history.

Upcoming issues are expected to feature articles, reviews, and educational materials on the War of 1812 and race and New York in the twentieth century. The editors welcome submissions on any topic related to the history of New York State.

Article submission guidelines can be found here: http://www.nysha.org/nysha_5.

Table of Contents (Vol. 94, Issues 1/2)

Editors’ Introduction
F. Daniel Larkin, Thomas D. Beal, William S. Walker

Wendell E. Tripp Lecture, 2013
Another Leatherstocking Tale: Susan Fenimore Cooper, the Episcopal Church, and the Oneida Indians
Laurence M. Hauptman, L. Gordon McLester III, and Judy Cornelius Hawk

Not Confined to the Village Clearings: Indian Women in the Fur Trade in Colonial New York, 1695-1732
Kees-Jan Waterman and Jan Noel

“Daily Preparing for a Mansion in the Skies”: Ongoing Sanctification in Protestant Women’s Devotional Writings
Rachel Cope

New York Women and Indian Reform
Valerie Sherer Mathes

Beyond the Bridge: The Unfinished Staten Island Parkways of Robert Moses and the Preservation of the Greenbelt
Jeffrey A. Kroessler

Documents and Interpretations
Dating a Cartographic Mystery: Beatty’s Map of Livingston Manor
Les E. Olson

Educators’ Corner
Storm King and the Birth of the Modern Environmental Movement
Robert J. Naeher

Book Reviews

Frijhoff, Fulfilling God’s Mission: The Two Worlds of Dominie Everardus Bogardus, 1607-1647
REVIEWED BY D.L. NOORLANDER

Zabin, Dangerous Economies: Status and Commerce in Imperial New York
REVIEWED BY MATTHEW L. WILLIAMS

Narrett, Inheritance and Family Life in Colonial New York City
REVIEWED BY DAVID J. GARY

Armstead, Freedom’s Gardener: James F. Brown, Horticulture, and the Hudson Valley in Antebellum America
REVIEWED BY R. DOUGLAS HURT

Muhammad, The Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime and the Making of Urban America
REVIEWED BY STACY KINLOCK SEWELL

Armstrong, They Wished They Were Honest: The Knapp Commission and New York City Police Corruption
REVIEWED BY WILBUR R. MILLER

Gallagher, Black Women and Politics in New York City
REVIEWED BY DAVID PONTON, III

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