Magazine Index

Abbott, Bernice, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 19–23
Abbott, Jack Henry, II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
Abdul-Rauf, Feisal, X:3 (Winter 2011) 23
Abdul-Rauf, Muhammad, X:3 (Winter 2011) 23
Abenaki Indians, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 13
abolitionism, V:3 (Winter 2006) 22–24; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 26–31; X:1 (Summer 2010) 22; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 25; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 24–27; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 28. See also Ransom, Louis
Ackert, Charles J., IV:4 (Spring 2005) 23–26
Ackert, Eliza V., IV:4 (Spring 2005) 23–26
Actors' Equity Theater (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Adams, Harriet Stratemeyer, V:4 (Spring 2006) 14–15
Adams, John, II:2 (Fall 2002) 15; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 20; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 13
Adams, John Quincy, X:2 (Fall 2010) 34
Adirondack Club at Ampersand Pond (Franklin Co., N.Y.), XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 20–23
business of the clubhouse, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21–22
gone but not forgotten, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 25
a stellar group of members, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21
a successful bid on, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 9, 23
Adirondack 46ers (ADK 46-R), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 11–15; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 3
environmental consciousness, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 14–15
Adirondack Forest Preserve, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 29–30
Adirondack History Center Museum (Elizabethtown, N.Y.), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 6
Adirondack Mountain Club, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 12–13
Adirondack Mountains, I:3 (Winter 2002) 32; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 6–7; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 31; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 25
Ausable Chasm, III:1 (Summer 2003) 32
children's summer camps, III:1 (Summer 2003) 16–17
clean mountain air, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 14–16
a new Adirondack era, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 16–17
prisons, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 14–17
snowshoeing in, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 32
tuberculosis sanatoriums, II:3 (Winter 2003) 8–11
Adirondack Museum (Blue Mountain Lake, N.Y.), III:1 (Summer 2003) 17
Adirondack State Park, I:2 (Fall 2001) 10–13
camping in, II:1 (Summer 2002) 28
firetowers, II:1 (Summer 2002) 32
Virtual Archives of Environmental History, II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
"Adirondack Trout" recipe, X:1 (Summer 2010) 33
Adirondack Trust Company, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 33
advocacy, human rights, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 6–7
African Americans. See also Harlem riot of 1964; slavery
archaeology and, II:1 (Summer 2002) 29
churches, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 28–31
education and, II:2 (Fall 2002) 28–29; V:1 (Summer 2005) 12; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 6–7; X:1 (Summer 2010) 4; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 23–25
employment, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 27–28
exclusion from Levittown, L.I., VII:1 (Summer 2007) 12
first African American woman judge, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 26–29
genealogy and, I:1 (Summer 2001) 30–31
golf and, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 12–15
indenturing of, III:4 (Spring 2004) 23–24
inventors, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 14–17
Islam, Muslims, and, X:3 (Winter 2011) 22–23
in New York City after the Civil War, III:4 (Spring 2004) 21–24
orphans, III:4 (Spring 2004) 21–24
in Oswego Co., N.Y., II:3 (Winter 2003) 12–15
participation in Civil War centennial events, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 33–36
prejudice against, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 34–35
Quakers and, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 26–27
serving in military, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 36–37
serving in the Civil War, II:2 (Fall 2002) 19
slavery and, I:1 (Summer 2001) 10–13, 29; I:2 (Fall 2001) 29; I:3 (Winter 2002) 15–18; I:4 (Spring 2002) 29; II:1 (Summer 2002) 29; II:2 (Fall 2002) 19; V:4 (Spring 2006) 18; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 27–29 (see also slavery)
suffrage, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 18–21; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 33; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 26
and Weeksville (Brooklyn), N.Y., V:1 (Summer 2005) 10–13
Agassiz, Louis, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 19; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 30; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21, 22
agriculture. See farming
Agwelondongwas, Gwedelhes "Good Peter," VI:3 (Winter 2007) 8–11
Aiken, George, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 15
Aikey, Michael (au), I:4 (Spring 2002) 3, 20–22; X:3 (Winter 2011) 5
Alamillo, Marilyn, V:2 (Fall 2005) 4
Albany, N.Y., I:4 (Spring 2002) 8–11; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 7; X:4 (Spring 2011) 3. See also Empire State Plaza; Hanna, John, Jr.; New York State Capitol
art depicting, I:2 (Fall 2001) 8–9
capitol, X:3 (Winter 2011) 40
Civil War photographs from, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 21–24
Dudley Observatory, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 8–11
governor's mansion, I:4 (Spring 2002) 9
Lincoln in, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 13–17
political argument, April 21, 1807, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 20–23
politics, 19th-century, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 20–23
Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence, V:4 (Spring 2006) 28
turnpikes in, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 29
Underground Railroad and, I:4 (Spring 2002) 29; V:4 (Spring 2006) 28
World War I and, V:4 (Spring 2006) 32
Albany Ale, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 24–25
brewing locally, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 25
decline of the famous brew, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 26–27
masters of, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 25–26
Albany Atlas and Argus, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 33, 42–43
Albany Brewing Company, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 25
Albany Co., N.Y., VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4. See also Nalle, Charles; scalping
Albany Democrats' opposition to Lincoln, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 11–12, 33–36, 42
Albany Institute of History & Art, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 10–11
Albany Police Department, I:4 (Spring 2002) 12–15
Albany Vigilance Committee, X:1 (Summer 2010) 21
Albany Women's Suffrage Society, X:4 (Spring 2011) 26
Albion Correctional Facility (Albion, N.Y.), VII:2 (Fall 2007) 36
Albion State Training School (Albion, N.Y.), VII:2 (Fall 2007) 36
alcohol sale curfews, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 12–17
alcoholic beverage production. See beer brewing
alcoholism, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 12–15
Alcott, Louisa May, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 23
Aldrich, Winthrop, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 7
Alert America Convoy, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 28–31
Alessi, Robert J. (au), IV:3 (Winter 2005) 3, 5
Alexander, Peggy (au), II:4 (Spring 2003) 3, 6–7
Alfred E. Smith State Office Building, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 22
Algonquian Indians, I:1 (Summer 2001) 22–25
Ali, Inez Rivera, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 22
Ali, Mohamed Dusé, X:3 (Winter 2011) 22
Ali, Mohammad, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 22
All Quiet on the Western Front (Remarque), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 38–39
Allen, Emily, X:1 (Summer 2010) 9
Allen, Emily (au), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 8–10
Allen, Ethan, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 11
Allen, James, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 7; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 35
Allen, Lewis, V:3 (Winter 2006) 15
Allen, Lucy, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 26, 28, 29
Allen, Orlando, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 23
Alleyway Theatre (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Allison, Thomas, X:2 (Fall 2010) 9
Almhouse, New York City's (Blackwell's Island, N.Y.), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 6–7
almshouses. See foundling asylums
Alpert, Richard. See Ram Dass
Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), II:4 (Spring 2003) 11
Ambach, Gordon, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 6
Ambro, Sophie, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
American Birth Control League, III:4 (Spring 2004) 15
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 32–35; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 4; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 4
American Communist Party. See Communist Party USA
American Indians, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 30; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 29–31; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 29–30. See also French and Indian War; Last of the Mohicans; scalping; specific tribes
boarding school on Cattaraugus Reservation, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 38–39
Bureau of Indian Affairs, I:1 (Summer 2001) 25
Christianity and, III:2 (Fall 2003) 31
conservation of documents, III:4 (Spring 2004) 5
how they beat the British Navy, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 30–33
relationship with European colonists, I:3 (Winter 2002) 8–10; V:4 (Spring 2006) 18–19; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 12–15; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 26
sale of land, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 8–11; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 14–15
treaties and land records, II:3 (Winter 2003) 5; II:4 (Spring 2003) 5; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 30–31; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 25
American Institute of the Graphic Arts (AIGA), XII:4 (Spring 2013) 12
American Islamic Propaganda, X:3 (Winter 2011) 21
American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 11,XV:2 (Fall 2015) 10
American Museum of Natural History (Manhattan, N.Y.), gem heist at, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 32–35
American Olympic Committee (AOC), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 19, 20
American Party, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 26–28
American Peace Society, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 29
American Relief for Italy, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 10
American Reveille, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 26–28
American Revolution. See also Daughters of the Revolution of 1776
bounties for scalps during, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 22
commemorations of, X:1 (Summer 2010) 36; X:2 (Fall 2010) 10–13
departure of the British, X:2 (Fall 2010) 10–12
Hasbrouck House in Newburgh and, X:1 (Summer 2010) 17–19
land acquisition after, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 8–11
New York City and, X:2 (Fall 2010) 10–13
New York State and, I:4 (Spring 2002) 16–19; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 22–25; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 4–5; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 18–21
New York's Revolutionary War records, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 32
spies of the, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 9–13; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 25–26
terrorism, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 24–27
Ticonderoga and, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 10–12
writing history of, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 36–37
American Sugar Refining Company, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 24–27
jobs for thousands, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 26–27
a monopoly of wealth, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 25–26
American Union Against Militarism (AUAM), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 34
American Woman Suffrage Association (AWSA), I:2 (Fall 2001) 20–22
Amerino, Vinny, V:1 (Summer 2005) 7
Amnesty International, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 6–7
Ampersand Pond (Franklin Co., N.Y.). See Adirondack Club at Ampersand Pond
Amsdell, George, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 26–27
Amsdell Brewery, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 26–27
Amstar Corporation, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 27
amusement parks, III:1 (Summer 2003) 8–12; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 18–19
anarchist bombings of 1919, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 33
anarchists, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 32; X:4 (Spring 2011) 32
Ancestry.com and State Archives, collaboration between, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 5–6, 35; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 39
Anderson, David, X:1 (Summer 2010) 7
Anderson, Edwin, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 22
Anderson, Lisa M. (au), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 18–22
Anderson, Sen. Warren M., XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 24
Andersonville POW camp, X:1 (Summer 2010) 21–23
Andino, Mercedes, II:3 (Winter 2003) 8–11
André, Maj. John, II:2 (Fall 2002) 14; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 5; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 9, 11–13, 12
Andreani, Paolo, V:4 (Spring 2006) 16–19
Andress, Richard (au), I:1 (Summer 2001) 3, 26–27; I:2 (Fall 2001) 3, 26–27, 32; I:3 (Winter 2002) 3, 28; II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 32
Andrews, John, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 20
Andrews, Richard, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 20
Andrews, William G. (au), V:3 (Winter 2006) 3, 25–27
Andros, Gov. Edmund, X:1 (Summer 2010) 18
Andrus, Sharon A. (au), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3, 26–29
Anglicans and Anglicanism, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 24–25
Anspach, Peter, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 19, 21
Anthony, Daniel, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 27
Anthony, Lucy Read, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 27
Anthony, Mary, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 27, 28
Anthony, Susan B., I:2 (Fall 2001) 20–22; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 21–23; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 26, 28; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 25–26; X:1 (Summer 2010) 10; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 27, 28; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 25, 27; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 13. See also United States Constitution: 19th Amendment
Anti-Rent Movement, III:2 (Fall 2003) 13–15
anti-Semitism, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 37; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 35
Antiquities Act of 1906, III:3 (Winter 2004) 22
Antonini, Luigi, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 38, 39
Apalachin, N.Y., VII:1 (Summer 2007) 24
Arab countries, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 11
Arab League Pact, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 11
archaeological evidence, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 19
archival theft, X:2 (Fall 2010) 6–7
archives. See also specific topics
identifying the archival record, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 8–9
Archives Partnership Trust (APT), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 6; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 9; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 8; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 10–11; X:1 (Summer 2010) 6, 7; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 8; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 10; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 3; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 40; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 3, 6; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 8; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 10. See also Empire State Archives and History Award
annual reports
2001-2002, II:2 (Fall 2002) 33–40
2002-2003, III:2 (Fall 2003) 33–48
2003-2004, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 33–48
2004-2005, V:3 (Winter 2006) 33–44
2005-2006, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 33–47
Christine Ward and, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 3
Janet Braga and, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 8
programs, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 8
radio series, X:1 (Summer 2010) 8
researchers, research residents, and grants, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 6; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 8–9
Archivist of the United States (AOTUS), X:2 (Fall 2010) 33
Ariaantje Coeymans house (Albany Co., N.Y.), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 19, 22
USS Arizona, II:3 (Winter 2003) 32
armories, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 18–19
Armstrong, Fred, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 24, 27
Armstrong, John, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 11
Armstrong, Louis, II:4 (Spring 2003) 6–7
Armstrong, Sen. William, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 27–30
Armstrong Committee, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 27–31
Armstrong life insurance investigation of 1905, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 27–31
Army Corps of Engineers. See United States Army Corps of Engineers
Arnold, Gen. Benedict, II:2 (Fall 2002) 13–14; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 4–5; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 9, 10, 12
Arnold, Robert W., III (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 6–7; III:3 (Winter 2004) 3, 18–19, 30, 32; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 5; V:1 (Summer 2005) 3–5; V:4 (Spring 2006) 3, 32; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 3, 6–7; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 3, 6–7; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 3, 6–7; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 3, 6–7; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3–5; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 4, 7–8; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 32–33
Arnold, Samuel, X:4 (Spring 2011) 18
Arons, Ron (au), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 3, 30–32
Arpey, Andrew P. (au), III:4 (Spring 2004) 3, 10
art, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 40; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 11–14; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 40
art exhibitions, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 17; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 10–11
Arthur, Chester Alan, I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; X:2 (Fall 2010) 6; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 24
Ash Wednesday Storm of 1962, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 23–27
aftermath, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 27
a road on a sandbar, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 24–26
Ashokan Dam (Ulster Co., N.Y.), XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 28
Ashokan Reservoir (Ulster Co., N.Y.), I:3 (Winter 2002) 22–23; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 29
Asian Americans. See also Muslims in New York City: South Asian; Narita, Suye
"No Asians Wanted," XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 21–22
Asian Exclusion Era, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 21
"Asiatic Barred Zone," XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 21
Association for the Benefit of Colored Orphans, III:4 (Spring 2004) 21–24
Astor, John Jacob, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9
Astor, William Waldorf, III:4 (Spring 2004) 18
astronomy, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 8–11
asylums. See also mental illness; orphans and orphanages; specific institutions
recovery in, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 31
athletics. See sports games
Atomic Age, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 28–31
atomic bomb, Niagara Falls and the development of the, X:1 (Summer 2010) 16
Atterbury, Charles L., VII:4 (Spring 2008) 13
Attica, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Atzerodt, George, X:4 (Spring 2011) 18
Auburn, N.Y., III:4 (Spring 2004) 11–12
Auburn Correctional Facility, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 14–16
Auburn Correctional Facility (Auburn State Prison), III:4 (Spring 2004) 11–12; V:3 (Winter 2006) 16–17; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 7; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 28; X:4 (Spring 2011) 32–33
Aupaumut, Hendrick, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 14
Aurelius, N.Y., III:4 (Spring 2004) 8; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Aurora, N.Y., II:3 (Winter 2003) 24–25
Ausable Chasm (Essex Co., N.Y.), III:1 (Summer 2003) 32
Austin, Lt. Loring, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 20, 22–23
automobiles
beach buggies, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 14–15
manufacturing during World War II, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 33
racing (Watkins Glen, N.Y.), I:2 (Fall 2001) 4
Averill, Horatio, X:1 (Summer 2010) 21, 22
Averill Park (Rensselaer Co., N.Y.), X:1 (Summer 2010) 21
aviation, III:2 (Fall 2003) 8–12
Ayres, Mr., VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 14

Backbone Ridge History Group of Seneca and Schuyler Counties, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Backman, Prudence, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 7
Backman, Prudence (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 30
Bacon, Robert, V:2 (Fall 2005) 12
Bailey, Frank, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 29
Bailey, Hannah Johnston, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 24
Bailey, Pearl, X:1 (Summer 2010) 9
Bailey, Richard W. (au), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 3, 28–31
Baker, Sgt. Thomas, III:3 (Winter 2004) 11
Balachandran, G., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 23
Bald, Vivek (au), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 20–24
Baldwin, Roger Nash, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 34–35; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 4
Ballston Spa, N.Y., II:1 (Summer 2002) 22
Balmoral sanitarium, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 19
Balsdon, Capt. Henry, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 22–23
Balsdon, Maj. Samuel, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 22–23
Bamford, Heidi (au), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 5, 8–9
Bancroft, Jesse Hubbell, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 36
Bancroft, Dr. John D., IX:2 (Fall 2009) 33
banking, V:1 (Summer 2005) 33
Bapis, Elaine, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 5
baptisms and baptismal records, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 34
Baptists, slavery and, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 29–30
Baquaqua, Mahommah, X:3 (Winter 2011) 21, 22
Barba, Joseph, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 26
Barbagallo, Tricia A. (au), V:1 (Summer 2005) 3, 18–22; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 3, 20–23
Barbara Andrews Brinkley Legacy Society, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 5; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 9; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 9; X:1 (Summer 2010) 6, 7
Barbuto, Richard, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 8
Bardeen, Charles, X:3 (Winter 2011) 29
Barker, Lt. Elmer J., XI:2 (Fall 2011) 16–17
Barker, Henrietta, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 25–27
Barker, John Henry, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 25–28
Barker-Schwartz, Ann-Marie (au), II:4 (Spring 2003) 3, 26–27
Barnard, Judge Joseph F., XV:2 (Fall 2015) 29
Barnes, Donna A., I:3 (Winter 2002) 14
Barnes, Frances J., XI:2 (Fall 2011) 24
Barnett, Sidney, X:1 (Summer 2010) 16
Barnett, Thomas, X:1 (Summer 2010) 14
Barnum & Bailey Circus. See Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus
Barnum's American Museum, X:2 (Fall 2010) 13
Barrows, Sydney Biddle, II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
Barsky, Dr. Arthur, V:4 (Spring 2006) 6
Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street (Melville), XI:2 (Fall 2011) 30–32
Barton, Clara, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 21
Bartowski, Kenneth, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 5
Bartowski, Kenneth (au), II:4 (Spring 2003) 3, 28–29; III:3 (Winter 2004) 3, 28–29; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3, 16–17; V:2 (Fall 2005) 3, 16–17; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3, 36
baseball, II:4 (Spring 2003) 8–12; III:4 (Spring 2004) 18–20; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 4; V:1 (Summer 2005) 25; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 20–23
rest and recreation, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 14–15
on Sundays, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 10–15
"Battle on Snowshoes," III:3 (Winter 2004) 24–27
Baum, L. Frank, II:4 (Spring 2003) 31
Baumfree, Elizabeth, X:2 (Fall 2010) 25, 26
Baumfree, James, X:2 (Fall 2010) 25–27
Baumgartel, Otto, X:3 (Winter 2011) 40
Baur, Capt. Chris, V:1 (Summer 2005) 29–30
Bay Foundation of New York, III:4 (Spring 2004) 5
Bayard, Carol, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 18
Bayard, Nicholas, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 19
Beach, Miles, X:1 (Summer 2010) 22
Beach, William, X:1 (Summer 2010) 22
Beall, Lester, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 10, 11, 12
Beame, Mayor Abraham D., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 14
Bean, Philip A. (au), VII:1 (Summer 2007) 3, 24–28
Bear Creek, N.Y., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 20
Beardslee, G. William (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 24–25; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 16–18; V:1 (Summer 2005) 3, 23–27; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 3, 16–20; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 3, 18–21; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 4, 24–27; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 24–27; X:4 (Spring 2011) 4, 18–21; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 4
Beatrix, Princess, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 7; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 20–21
Beatrix Farrand Garden Association, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 19
beauty industry, II:2 (Fall 2002) 20–23
Bechard, Rick (au), III:2 (Fall 2003) 3, 23–25
Becker, Peter, V:1 (Summer 2005) 21
Bedford Hills Correctional Facility (Westchester Co., N.Y.), XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 36
Beech-Nut Packing Company (Canajoharie, N.Y.), I:1 (Summer 2001) 5–6
Beecher, Henry Ward, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 31; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 24
Beecher, Rev. Thomas K., X:3 (Winter 2011) 13–15
beer brewing, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 16–17; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 16–20. See also Albany Ale
Bell, Blake A. (au), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3, 12–15; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 22
Bell, Trudy E. (au), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 12–17
Bell, Trudy E., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 5
Bell Aircraft (Buffalo, N.Y.), IV:2 (Fall 2004) 27
Belle, Beyer Blinder, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 27
Bellefield (Hyde Park, N.Y.), garden at, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 18–19
Bellisimo, Frank, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 29
Bellisimo, Teressa, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 29
Bellows Falls, Vt., V:2 (Fall 2005) 19, 21
Benchley, Marietta K.A., X:4 (Spring 2011) 27
Bendiksen, Marilyn Mathews (au), II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 18–20
Benero family, Saranac Lake, N.Y., II:3 (Winter 2003) 11
Bengali Americans, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 21, 22
Benjamin, Judah P., X:4 (Spring 2011) 20
Bennett, James Gordon, X:1 (Summer 2010) 26
Bennett, Robert M., III:2 (Fall 2003) 7; III:4 (Spring 2004) 6–7; V:3 (Winter 2006) 5; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 4–5
Benson, Arthur, I:1 (Summer 2001) 24
Bentley, Amy, I:1 (Summer 2001) 6
Benton, Nathaniel, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 19–20
Berdan, Col. Hiram, V:1 (Summer 2005) 23–27
Berger, Victor L., IX:1 (Summer 2009) 33
Berkowitz, David "Son of Sam," II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
Berlin, Ira, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 30–32
Berlin, Irving, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 9
Bernay, Robert, I:1 (Summer 2001) 6
Bernstein, Leonard, III:2 (Fall 2003) 32; III:3 (Winter 2004) 4
Berry, Jim (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 5
Bertillion, Alphonse, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 4–5; X:2 (Fall 2010) 8
Bertillion Anthropometric Signaling System, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 4–5
Berton, Pierre, X:2 (Fall 2010) 16
Beschloss, Michael R., II:4 (Spring 2003) 4; III:1 (Summer 2003) 26–27; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 8–9
Bethel, N.Y., X:2 (Fall 2010) 28
Bettauer, Hugo, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 37
Betts, Wyllys, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 21–23
Beverwyck (Albany, N.Y.), XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 24–27
Beverwyck Brewing Company, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 26
Bielinski, Stefan, I:1 (Summer 2001) 28
Big Moose Lake, N.Y., VI:2 (Fall 2006) 6–7
Big Sandy, Battle of. See Sandy Creek, Battle of
Bigelow, John, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 15
bill jackets, X:3 (Winter 2011) 10
billboards, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 36
Binghamton, N.Y., VII:3 (Winter 2008) 28–31
Endicott-Johnson Company (shoe manufacturers), II:3 (Winter 2003) 16–17
New York State Inebriate Asylum, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 12–15
Binghamton Asylum for the Chronically Insane, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 15
Bird, Matthew, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
birds and birding
Migratory Bird Act, 1918, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 32
Migratory Bird Conservation Act, 1929, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 32
trumpeter swans, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 32
birth certificate, X:4 (Spring 2011) 16
birth control, III:4 (Spring 2004) 14–17
Bishop, Anna Carter, V:2 (Fall 2005) 24
Bishop, Chris (au), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 4, 25–28
Bishop, Joseph Bucklin, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 25–28
in Panama, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 28
Bishop, Merlin D., III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Bisnett, Elizabeth, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Black, Gov. Frank S., XI:2 (Fall 2011) 33
Black, Mary Childs, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 40
Black River Canal, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 19
Black Rock, X:1 (Summer 2010) 15; X:2 (Fall 2010) 17
Blackman, Laura, V:3 (Winter 2006) 44
Blackmar, Abel, I:1 (Summer 2001) 23–25
blacks. See African Americans
Blacksmith, Seneca Sachem John, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 21
Blackwell, Dr. Elizabeth, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 21, 22
Blackwell, Henry Brown, I:2 (Fall 2001) 20
Blackwell's Island, N.Y., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 6–7
Blanchard, Doc, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 11
Blasko, Teri (au), XV:1 (Summer 2015) 21–25
Bleecker, Blandina, II:4 (Spring 2003) 26–27
Bleecker, Eliza Attwood, II:4 (Spring 2003) 26–27
Bleecker family (New York City), II:4 (Spring 2003) 26–27
Blendell, Brendan, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Blessing, George, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 26
Blizzard of 1888, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 36
Block, Adriaen, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 12
Block, William T., XI:1 (Summer 2011) 38
blogging the archives, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 6–7
Blondlin (tightrope walker), X:1 (Summer 2010) 16
Bloodgood, Francis, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 21–23
Blum, Deborah (au), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 4, 10–14
Blunt, William, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 35
Boggs, Laura, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Bolin, Gaius C., XII:4 (Spring 2013) 27
Bolin, Judge Jane Matilda, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 26–27
background and family of activists, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 26–27
as children's advocate and national critic, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 28–29
firsts, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 26, 28
legacy, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 29
Bolshevism, III:2 (Fall 2003) 16–19
Bolton, Phoebe, V:3 (Winter 2006) 30
Bonaparte, Napoleon, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 11–12, 20–22
Bond, Hallie E. (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 16–17
Bond, Richard (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 13–15
The Boone and Crockett Club, III:3 (Winter 2004) 21
Booraem, Rik (au), V:3 (Winter 2006) 3, 13–15
Booth, Edwin, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 14; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 14
Booth, John Wilkes, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 13–15; X:4 (Spring 2011) 18, 18–21
Booth, Mary Devlin, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 12–15
Booth Memorial Hospital, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 28–29
Borden, Gail, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 18–21
Borden, Ruth, III:2 (Fall 2003) 7
Boss, Benjamin, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 9–10
Boss, Lewis, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 9–10
Bosse, David (au), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3, 18–21
Boston Red Sox, III:4 (Spring 2004) 19–20
Boswell, Helen Varick, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 22–25
botany, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 27; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 12–15
Boudrye, Chaplain Louis, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 17
bounty for scalps, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 20–22
bounty-jumpers, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4–5
Bove, Sue (au), I:2 (Fall 2001) 3, 31
Bovina, N.Y., II:1 (Summer 2002) 30–31
Bowdoin, Gov. James (Mass.), VI:3 (Winter 2007) 11
Bowen, Betsey. See Jumel, Eliza
Bowen, Phebe, X:1 (Summer 2010) 24
Bowman, Travis M. (au), IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 19–22
Boyd, Joseph Hamilton, Jr. (au), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 19–24
Boyd, Joseph Hamilton, Jr., XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 4
Brace, Charles Loring, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 19–22
Brackett, Sen. Edgar Truman, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 32–33
Bradford, John M., Jr., VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 24–25
Bradford, Sarah Hopkins, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 22–25
Bradford, William, X:1 (Summer 2010) 7
Bradish, Luther, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 19–20
Brady, Mathew, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 23–24
Brady, W. H., VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 29
Braga, Janet (au), XV:1 (Summer 2015) 8; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 6; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 8–9
Brandon, Craig, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 7
Brant, Joseph, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 24–26, 25
Bread, Daniel, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 32
Breen, T. H., V:2 (Fall 2005) 9
Breig, James (au), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 18–21
Brennan, Nate, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 5
Brens, Vernon, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 29, 30
Breslauer, H. K., XII:2 (Fall 2012) 37
Breslin, Sen. Neil D., X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
breweries. See beer brewing
Brewster, Caleb, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 11
Brewster, N.Y., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20
Brick, Christopher, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 6
Brigham, Amariah, III:4 (Spring 2004) 12, 25; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 28–31
theory of "insanity," XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 30
Bright, Samantha, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Brinkley, Barbara Andrews, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 5; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 9; X:1 (Summer 2010) 7
Britain, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 23; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 38. See also War of 1812
British Blondes, year of the, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 18–22
British Navy, how the Native Americans beat the, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 30–33
Broadway establishments. See alcohol sale curfews
Brockley, Thomas E., XII:4 (Spring 2013) 8
Brockport, N.Y., V:3 (Winter 2006) 26–27
Broderick, Warren F. (au), III:2 (Fall 2003) 3, 30; III:3 (Winter 2004) 3, 5; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 3, 10–13; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 3, 16–19; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 3, 30–32; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 19–22; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 6–7
Brodhead's Bridge, N.Y., I:3 (Winter 2002) 22
Brodovitch, Alexey, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 10–11
Bronx, N.Y., III:4 (Spring 2004) 18–20
Brookhaven National Laboratory (Upton, L.I.), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 16–19
Brooklyn, N.Y.
African Americans in, V:1 (Summer 2005) 10–13
baseball in, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 13–14
brewing industry in, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 16–17
Civil War and, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 20–23
World War I and, V:4 (Spring 2006) 21–23
Brooklyn Collection, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 6, 7; X:3 (Winter 2011) 8–9
Brooklyn Connections, X:3 (Winter 2011) 8–9
Brooklyn Dodgers, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 20–21
Brooklyn Manual Training High School (Brooklyn, N.Y.), V:4 (Spring 2006) 21–23
Brooklyn Navy Yard, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 40
Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 6
Brooklyn Public Library, X:3 (Winter 2011) 8–9
Brooklynology, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 6–7
Brooks, Priscilla, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 27
Brooks, William, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 27
Brookwood Labor College (Katonah, N.Y.), III:2 (Fall 2003) 20–22
Broome Co., N.Y., V:2 (Fall 2005) 32; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 33
Broome County Historical Society, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 31
Broome County Library, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 31
Broomell, John P., V:4 (Spring 2006) 22–23
Broun, Heywood, III:4 (Spring 2004) 19–20
Brown, B. G., XII:3 (Winter 2013) 39
Brown, Captain, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 26–29
Brown, Frances L., VII:3 (Winter 2008) 27
Brown, Grace, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 6–7
Brown, Jesse (au), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 6–7
Brown, John, II:3 (Winter 2003) 28–29; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 28; X:1 (Summer 2010) 20, 22; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 5; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 6
as American martyr, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 20
face of the patriarch, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 22
John Brown's portraits of, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 19–22
Brown, Martha, II:3 (Winter 2003) 29
Brown, Merrill. See Merrill, Alexander
Brown, Oliver, II:3 (Winter 2003) 29
Brown, Pam (au), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 5, 32–35
Brown, Pamela A. (au), VI:3 (Winter 2007) 3, 16–20
Brown, Patricia, I:2 (Fall 2001) 24–25
Brown, Phil (au), II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 12–15
Brown, Samuel, V:1 (Summer 2005) 6
Brown, Wayne, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 19
Brown-Isaacs Amendment, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 26–27
Brown Station, N.Y., I:3 (Winter 2002) 22
Brown v. Board of Education, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 7
Browne, Junius Henri, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 38
Brownson, Isaac, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 31
Brownson, Simeon, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 28–31
Brownwell, Francis E., XII:4 (Spring 2013) 17
Brownwell, Sgt. Frank, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 17
Bruckner, Henry, III:4 (Spring 2004) 19
Brumberg, David, V:3 (Winter 2006) 5
Brumberg, Joan Jacobs, III:3 (Winter 2004) 16–17
Brumberg, Joan Jacobs (au), I:1 (Summer 2001) 3, 14–15
Brundage, Avery, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 19–21
Brust, Harold Adolf, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 34, 35
Brutus, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Bryan, William Jennings, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 30–33
Bryant, William Cullen, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 21
Bryce, Ambassador Viscount James, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 28
Bryce, Siobhan (au), I:2 (Fall 2001) 3–5; II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 6
Buchalter, Louis "Lepke," VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 32
Buchanan, Bessie, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 26–27
Buchanan, Charles, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 26
Bucklin, Sophronia, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 21
Budney, Stephen P. (au), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 3, 27–29
Buffalo, N.Y., IV:3 (Winter 2005) 29; V:3 (Winter 2006) 13, 15; X:2 (Fall 2010) 17
Buffalo wings, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 29
music industry in, II:2 (Fall 2002) 24–26
theater in, III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
World War II and, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 26–28
Buffalo and Erie County Public Library Mark Twain Room, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 5
Buffalo Contemporary Theatre (Buffalo, N.Y.), IV:2 (Fall 2004) 27
Buffalo Creek, Treaty of, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 25
Buffalo Ensemble Theatre (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Buffalo Statler (New York City), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 13
Buffalo United Artists, III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Bugh, Gary (au), IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3, 7–11
Buitenkant, Ian, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Bull, Ole, III:3 (Winter 2004) 14
"Bullfighter from Brooklyn." See Franklin, Sidney
Bullock, Robert E. (au), V:3 (Winter 2006) 3, 6–7; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 3, 5; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 3–4; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 3, 6–7; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 3, 5; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3, 6; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 4, 8–9; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 10–11; X:1 (Summer 2010) 5–7; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 5, 8; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 4, 6; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 5; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 5
Bullock, Robert E., V:3 (Winter 2006) 35; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 8; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 4; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 9; X:1 (Summer 2010) 8; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 3
Burbeck, Col. Henry, II:2 (Fall 2002) 15
Burd Amendment, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 17
Burgess, Michael (au), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 18–21
Burgess Shale (British Columbia, Can.), II:4 (Spring 2003) 13, 15
Burgoyne, Gen. John, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 24
Burhan, Adam, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 12
Burke, John (au), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 9–13
Burke, Justin (au), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 3, 16–19
Burleson, Albert Sidney, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 10–11
burlesque, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 18–22
female fan culture, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 21–22
original, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 19–20
women stalking women, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 20–21
burn care, X:3 (Winter 2011) 18, 19
"Burned-Over District" (central and western New York), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 24, 29; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 15; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 17; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 27
Burns, George (New York Yankees), III:4 (Spring 04) 20
Burns, Ken, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 5; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 5
Burnside, Maj. Gen. Ambrose, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 33
Burnstein, Daniel Eli (au), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 28–32
Burr, Aaron, I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 8–13; V:1 (Summer 2005) 33; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 6–7; X:1 (Summer 2010) 25, 26; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 40
Burr, Dr. Charles W., V:2 (Fall 2005) 11
Burroughs, John, III:3 (Winter 2004) 20–23
Burrville, Conn., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20
Burstyn, Joseph, I:4 (Spring 2002) 23–25; II:2 (Fall 2002) 4
Burstyn v. Wilson (1952), I:4 (Spring 2002) 25
Burtin, Will, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 11
Burton Hall (Easton, N.Y.), XI:2 (Fall 2011) 27
Buschor, Capt. Graham, V:1 (Summer 2005) 29–31
Bush, George H. W., X:2 (Fall 2010) 19
Bush, George W., XII:2 (Fall 2012) 17
Bush, Laura, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 17
Bushnell, Cornelius, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 23
Buskirk, N.Y., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 30
Butler, Edward H., IX:1 (Summer 2009) 14, 15
Butler, John, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 25
Butler, Nicholas Murray, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 23, 24
Butler, Walter, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 25
Butler's Rangers, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 25
Buttenwieser, Ann L. (au), II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 8–11; X:2 (Fall 2010) 5, 18, 19
Butternuts, N.Y., IV:3 (Winter 2005) 24
Buttonwood Agreement, 1792, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 18–21

C-SPAN, V:3 (Winter 2006) 4
cabarets, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 12, 16–17. See also alcohol sale curfews
Cady, Gary, V:1 (Summer 2005) 7
Caesar (slave), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 30–31
an informal biography of, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 31–32
a life upstate, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 32
two centuries of servitude, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 32
Cahan, Abraham, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 27
Cahill, Holger, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 20, 23
Calhoun, Arthur W., III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Callaghan, Stephen, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 15
Callas, Maria, III:2 (Fall 2003) 4
Cambridge, N.Y., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 29, 31; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 19–23
Cambridge Freight Yard, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 19–22
mapping history, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 22–23
re-use and transformation, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 23
Cambridge Freight Yard Revitalization Project, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 21–23
Cambridge rail depot, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 21
Cambridge Valley, N.Y., XI:1 (Summer 2011) 19, 21
as national shipping center, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 21
Cameron, Simon, V:1 (Summer 2005) 24
Camillus, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Camoin, Michael J. (au), XV:1 (Summer 2015) 5
Camp Gabriels, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 17
Campbell, Tom, X:1 (Summer 2010) 26, 27
Canada
fugitive slaves in, X:1 (Summer 2010) 15–16
Lower Canada, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 16–19
War of 1812 and, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 20–21, 23 (see also War of 1812)
Canajoharie, N.Y.
Beech-Nut Packing Company, I:1 (Summer 2001) 5–6
library and art gallery, I:1 (Summer 2001) 5–6
2006 flood, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 5
Canal Investigating Commission, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 40
Canandaigua, Treaty of, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 25
Canastota, N.Y., muck farming in, V:1 (Summer 2005) 18–22
cancer
accomplishments in basic research, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 14–15
accomplishments in clinical studies, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 16–17
cancer care center, first, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 13–17
cancer education, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 15
canes, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 23
Cannell, Jeffrey, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 8
Capital Cinema Cultural Exchange (CCCE), XV:1 (Summer 2015) 5
Capital District, X:1 (Summer 2010) 20, 21
capital punishment, II:3 (Winter 2003) 5; III:4 (Spring 2004) 10–13; V:1 (Summer 2005) 6; V:3 (Winter 2006) 16; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 28–31; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 32–33; X:4 (Spring 2011) 28–33
Cardiff Giant, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 32–35
aftermath, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 35
building, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 32–33
the hoax revealed, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 34–35
Carey, Gov. Hugh L., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9–10; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 26; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 3, 6, 7; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 5; X:1 (Summer 2010) 3, 8; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 36; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 8
Carey, Jeremiah, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 25–26
Carleton, Gen, Guy (1st Baron Dorchester), X:2 (Fall 2010) 10–11
Carmichael, David W. (au), XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 10–15
Carnegie, Andrew, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 28; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 16–18; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 10
Carnegie Hall (Manhattan, N.Y.), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 10–11
Carr, Elizabeth, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Carr, Mary F., X:4 (Spring 2011) 23
Carr, Sgt. Percifer "Johnny," IX:4 (Spring 2010) 26, 27
Carroll, N.Y., VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 5
Carson, Russell M. L., XI:3 (Winter 2012) 13
Carter, Elmer, X:4 (Spring 2011) 11, 12, 13
Carter, Jimmy, III:1 (Summer 2003) 27
Cartier-Bresson, Henri, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 10–11
cartography. See mapmaking
Cartwright, Alexander, II:4 (Spring 2003) 9–11
Cary, Melbert B., Jr., XII:4 (Spring 2013) 12
Cary Graphic Arts Collection at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), XII:4 (Spring 2013) 11–12
Cassabeer, Henry A., III:3 (Winter 2004) 15
Castalia Foundation, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 25–26
Castle Garden, N.Y.C., VII:3 (Winter 2008) 34
Castle Williams, X:2 (Fall 2010) 18, 19
Castleman, David, X:1 (Summer 2010) 15
Castro, Bernadette, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 10
Catania, Amy (au), II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 8–11
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Albany, N.Y.), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 8–9
Catholic Church, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 9, 10, 12; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 8–9
Catholics and Catholicism, II:2 (Fall 2002) 4; II:4 (Spring 2003) 16; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 25. See also Metropolitan Museum of Art
charities, V:3 (Winter 2006) 8–12
in Colonial New York, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 24–25
immigration of, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 27
Legion of Decency, I:4 (Spring 2002) 23–25
prejudice against, III:1 (Summer 2003) 14; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 34
Cato, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Catskill Aqueduct, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 36
Catskill Forest Preserve, V:3 (Winter 2006) 32; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 29–30
Catskill Mountains. See also Ashokan Reservoir
environmental struggles, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 28–31
resorts, II:1 (Summer 2002) 12–15
water woes, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 28–29
Catskill State Park, Virtual Archives of Environmental History, II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
Catskill Waters, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 30–31
Catt, Carrie Chapman, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 23; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 29
Cattaraugus Reservation, Native American children at boarding school on, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 38–39
Cayuga Co., N.Y.
employment in, V:3 (Winter 2006) 17
historic documents, III:4 (Spring 2004) 8–9
jail, III:4 (Spring 2004) 11; X:4 (Spring 2011) 32
Cayuga Indians, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 8
censorship of films, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 6; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 5; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 38–39
census, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 33; X:3 (Winter 2011) 38; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 32–34. See also under genealogy
census fraud and recount in New York City, X:1 (Summer 2010) 34–35
Census of Manufactures, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 38–39
census takers, X:1 (Summer 2010) 34; X:3 (Winter 2011) 38; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 34–35
instruction pamphlet for, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 33
Center for Democracy, V:1 (Summer 2005) 9
Center for Human Rights Documentation & Research (CHRDR), XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 6–7
Center for Jewish History (CJH) (Manhattan, N.Y.), I:4 (Spring 2002) 6–7
Central New York Cultural Ephemera Collection, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 7
Cernek, Stephen (au), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 3, 16–19; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 23–27
Cerrachi, Guiseppe, III:3 (Winter 2004) 28–29
Chadwick, Henry, II:4 (Spring 2003) 10–11
Chamberlain, E. T., V:3 (Winter 2006) 14–15
Chambers, James, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 31, 32
Chambers, Thomas A. (au), XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 10–14
Chambers, Whittaker, V:1 (Summer 2005) 9
de Champlain, Samuel, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 8–9; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 18–22
Champlain Bridge, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 36
Champlain Canal, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 31
Champlain's Dream (Fischer), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 19
Chan, Olivia, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 8
Changing New York, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 19–23
Chapman, Anthony, I:4 (Spring 2002) 7
Chapman, Claude W., X:3 (Winter 2011) 17
Chapman, Eunice Hawley, X:4 (Spring 2011) 22–25
Chapman, James, X:4 (Spring 2011) 22–24
Chapman, Mark David, II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
Chapman-Smith, V., I:1 (Summer 2001) 2, 7, 28; I:2 (Fall 2001) 2; I:3 (Winter 2002) 2; I:4 (Spring 2002) 4–5
charity. See Narita, Suye
Charles H. Revson Foundation, I:4 (Spring 2002) 7
Chartock, Dr. Alan, X:1 (Summer 2010) 8; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 8
Chase, Anthony (au), III:4 (Spring 2004) 3, 29
Chase, M. A., XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 28
Chase, Salmon, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 25; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 26–27
Chase Manhattan Corporation, V:1 (Summer 2005) 33
Chauncey, Commodore Isaac, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 11–15
a practical seaman, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 12–15
Urban Institute in the wilderness, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 13–14
Chautaqua Institution (Chautauqua, N.Y.), II:1 (Summer 2002) 18–20
Special Trust Program, X:1 (Summer 2010) 7
Chautaqua Literary and Scientific Circle, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 28
Chautauqua Co., N.Y. See also Sunday schools
bounty hunting in, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 6–7
daily life at, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 27–28
granges in, X:1 (Summer 2010) 10–11
"grape belt," VII:1 (Summer 2007) 14–15
immigration into, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 16–20
Poor Farm, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 16–20
taxation in, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 5
Chautauqua County Archives, V:1 (Summer 2005) 6
Chautauqua County Historical Society, V:1 (Summer 2005) 6
Chautauqua Lake, New York, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 26–28
Chazy, N.Y., III:2 (Fall 2003) 23–25
Chazy Central Rural School, III:2 (Fall 2003) 24–25
Cheektowaga, N.Y., I:2 (Fall 2001) 14–15
cheese making, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 32
good business, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 34
good business goes west, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 34–35
pioneers of, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 32–34
problems and portents, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 35
wine and cheese as winning combination, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 35
Chenango Co., N.Y.
bounty hunting in, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 6–7
Civil War sharps shooters and, V:1 (Summer 2005) 24
hop farming in, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 16–20
Cherry Creek, N.Y., VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 5
Cherry Valley, N.Y., IV:3 (Winter 2005) 25; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 24, 25
Civil War sharps shooters and, V:1 (Summer 2005) 24–25
Cherven-Holland, Meredith (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 7, 32; V:2 (Fall 2005) 3, 32; V:3 (Winter 2006) 3, 32; V:4 (Spring 2006) 3, 29
Chevalier, Maurice, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 8
Child, Lydia Maria, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 26
Children's Aid Society (CAS), III:3 (Winter 2004) 16–17; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 19–23
Chimborazo Hospital (Richmond, Va.), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 16
Chinatown, New York City, I:2 (Fall 2001) 16–19; V:4 (Spring 2006) 24–27; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 34
Chinese Americans
education and, I:2 (Fall 2001) 16–19
immigration of, I:4 (Spring 2002) 14
literacy project (New York State Archives Web based), II:4 (Spring 2003) 4–5
in New York City, V:4 (Spring 2006) 24–27; X:4 (Spring 2011) 36; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 4; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 34, 35
Chinese Baptist Mission (New York City), XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 34, 35
Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, V:4 (Spring 2006) 27
Chinese Exclusion Act, 1882, V:4 (Spring 2006) 27; X:4 (Spring 2011) 36; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 34
Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 21
chirographs, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 29
Chisholm, Shirley, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 24, 27
Chittenden, Alice Hill, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 22–25
Chittenden, Simeon Baldwin, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 22
Chmielewski, Wendy E., XI:3 (Winter 2012) 4
Chodos, Laura, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 8
cholera, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 16–18
Choudhury, Mawsood, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 23
Christianity. See Catholics and Catholicism; Mormon Church; Shakers
Christianson, Scott (au), X:1 (Summer 2010) 5, 20–23; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 5, 30–32
Church, Mayor Stanley W., IX:3 (Winter 2010) 27
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. See Mormon Church
Churchill, Trisha, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Churchill, Winston, II:3 (Winter 2003) 26; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 12
Churubusco, N.Y., X:3 (Winter 2011) 38
Chusid, Megan, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 7
Cicero, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Cincinnatus, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
circus contortionists, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 9–13
citizenship, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 21. See also Narita, Suye
City Hotel (New York City), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 11–12
City Tavern (New York City), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 11
City University of New York (CUNY) Dominican Studies Institute, III:3 (Winter 2004) 6–7
City Without Jews (film), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 37
civil defense, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 28–31
Civil Liberties Bureau of the American Union Against Militarism (AUAM), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 34
civil rights, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 8–9; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 26. See also human rights; psychiatry, political abuse of; specific topics
Civil War, I:1 (Summer 2001) 10–13; I:4 (Spring 2002) 4; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 8–10; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 22
abolitionism, free speech, and, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 24–27
agriculture and, X:1 (Summer 2010) 10
cavalry, I:1 (Summer 2001) 32
Charles Nalle and, X:1 (Summer 2010) 20–23
children serving in, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 20–23; X:3 (Winter 2011) 25
childhood forsworn, X:3 (Winter 2011) 29
horrors of battle, X:3 (Winter 2011) 28–29
number of, X:3 (Winter 2011) 25–27
tedium of camp life, X:3 (Winter 2011) 27–28
commemorations of, X:3 (Winter 2011) 3; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 3, 38–39
Confederate Army of Manhattan, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 26–29
Gen. Emory Upton and, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 8–9
Evacuation Day and, X:2 (Fall 2010) 13
genealogical research, II:4 (Spring 2003) 30; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 34–35
governors during, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 25–28
Harper's Ferry, Va. raid, II:3 (Winter 2003) 28–29
hot-air balloons and, III:4 (Spring 2004) 30–31
Lincoln and, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 6–7, 18–21, 32–36, 38; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 24–27 (see also Lincoln)
Louis Ransom and, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 19–22
making and unmaking generals, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 21
medical exemptions from military duty in, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 47
Mosby's Rangers, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 14–17
Navy, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 40
New York City Draft Riots, 1863, II:3 (Winter 2003) 18–20; V:1 (Summer 2005) 11
New York State Archives database, II:4 (Spring 2003) 5
nurses and war hospitals, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 20–23
photography and, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 21–24
prison camps, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 14–17; X:4 (Spring 2011) 20
soldiers, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 34–35; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 36–37 (see also Ellsworth, Col. Elmer E.)
African Americans serving, II:2 (Fall 2002) 19; V:1 (Summer 2005) 11–12
food rations for, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 18–20
payment of, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 6–7; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 5
sharps shooters, V:1 (Summer 2005) 23–27
students using archival records to learn about, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 10–11
"Ulysses S. Grant: Seen and Heard," IV:2 (Fall 2004) 35
veterans, X:3 (Winter 2011) 38; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 8
"A Virtual Archive: The Civil War Era in Westchester," II:1 (Summer 2002) 7
a visit up the Hudson, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 20–21
William Seward's diplomatic excursion through New York, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 6–7
women's rights and, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 21–23
Civil War commemoration events, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 8
African American participation in, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 33–36
Civil War exhibition, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 8–10; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 8
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 29, 31–32
Clapp, James M., V:3 (Winter 2006) 22–24
Clark, Adrian Addison, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 38–39
Clark, Bob (au), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 10–13
Clark, Herb, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 11, 12
Clark, John Bates, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 23–24
Clark, Roger, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 32–34
Clark, Starr, II:3 (Winter 2003) 14–15
Clarke, Edwin W., II:3 (Winter 2003) 14
Clarke, Francis, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 15
Clarke, John D., XI:4 (Spring 2012) 31
Clarke, John F., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 13
Clarke, Martha, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 19, 20
Clarke, Oliver Pendleton, X:2 (Fall 2010) 20–23; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 19
captured at Cold Harbor, X:2 (Fall 2010) 21–22
dying in Andersonville, X:2 (Fall 2010) 21–22
life after the war, X:2 (Fall 2010) 22
Claverack, N.Y., II:2 (Fall 2002) 16–19
Clayton, N.Y., V:2 (Fall 2005) 25
Clem, Johnny, X:3 (Winter 2011) 28
Clemens, Clara, X:3 (Winter 2011) 13, 15
Clemens, Jean, X:3 (Winter 2011) 13, 15
Clemens, Olivia "Livy" Langdon, X:3 (Winter 2011) 12–15
Clemens, Samuel Langhorne. See Twain, Mark
Clemens, Susy, X:3 (Winter 2011) 13, 15
Clermont, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 22
Clermont, Columbia Co., N.Y., IV:1 (Summer 2004) 20, 22
Cleveland, Grover, I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; V:3 (Winter 2006) 13–15
Clifford, Kristy, X:2 (Fall 2010) 29, 30
climate. See heat waves
Climax, N.Y., VII:1 (Summer 2007) 32
Clingan, Thomas, V:1 (Summer 2005) 6; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Clinton, Catherine (au), VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 4–5, 26–30
Clinton, Gov. DeWitt, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 10–11, 13; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 28; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 15–16; X:2 (Fall 2010) 14, 15; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 23–26
Clinton, Gov. George, I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; III:4 (Spring 2004) 8; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 10; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 4–5; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 9–11; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 10; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 4; X:1 (Summer 2010) 19; X:2 (Fall 2010) 11; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 9
Clinton, Mayor George William, X:2 (Fall 2010) 15
Clinton, Sir Henry, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 10, 12
Clinton, Hillary Rodham, X:1 (Summer 2010) 8
Clinton, James, II:2 (Fall 2002) 13
Clinton, N.Y., V:3 (Winter 2006) 13
Clinton Co., N.Y., XV:3 (Winter 2016) 17
Clinton Correctional Facility (Dannemora, N.Y.), XV:3 (Winter 2016) 14–17
cloud seeding, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 10–12
Cluett, E. Harold, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 20
Cluett, Peabody & Company Archives (Troy, N.Y.), II:1 (Summer 2002) 6–7
Cluett, Sanford L., II:1 (Summer 2002) 6–7
Clute, Penelope D. (au), V:2 (Fall 2005) 3, 10–15
Cobb, Kenneth, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 23
Coblentz, Louis J., V:4 (Spring 2006) 4
Coblentz Bag Company (New York City), V:4 (Spring 2006) 4
Cocker, Joe, X:2 (Fall 2010) 29
Coeymans house. See Ariaantje Coeymans house
Coffey, Wayne, V:3 (Winter 2006) 6–7
Cohen, Beth B. (au), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 3, 20–23
Cohen, Rabbi Philip, X:1 (Summer 2010) 30
Cohn, Fannia, V:3 (Winter 2006) 18
Cohoes, N.Y., VI:3 (Winter 2007) 29
cold case files, revisiting, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 34–35
Cold Harbor, Virginia, X:1 (Summer 2010) 20–22
Cold War, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 12, 31; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 31–32
Colden, Jane, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 27
Cole, Ray, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 30
Cole, Simon (au), I:4 (Spring 2002) 3, 12–15
Cole, Thomas, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 13–14
Collea, Joseph D. (au), XI:2 (Fall 2011) 3, 14–17
College of Home Economics, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 14–15
Colonel (St. Bernard), XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 12–15
as celebrity dog, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 12–14
as columnist, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 14–15
life history, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 12, 15
Colonial period. See also under New York City; New York State
journalism in, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 17–19
colonists. See also under American Indians
Dutch, I:3 (Winter 2002) 14 (see also under New York State Archives)
Colored Girls School, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 25
Columbia Co., N.Y., slavery in, II:2 (Fall 2002) 19
Columbia University, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 18; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 6
Columbian Exposition, 1893 (Chicago, Ill.), VII:1 (Summer 2007) 14
Colvin, Verplanck, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 3
Combs, Michele (au), XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 6–7
Committee for Industrial Organization (CIO), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 10
Committee for Public Safety, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 12
Communism, III:1 (Summer 2003) 28–29; VII:1 (Winter 2008) 32–33; X:2 (Fall 2010) 32, 33; X:3 (Winter 2011) 32–35; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 31. See also McCarthyism
Communist Party USA (CPUSA), III:1 (Summer 2003) 28–29; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 32, 35
Comstock Canning Corporation (Newark, N.Y.), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 7
Conant, George, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 22
Coney Island (Brooklyn, N.Y.), III:1 (Summer 2003) 8–12
Confederate Army of Manhattan, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 26–29
Confederate Secret Service, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 27–29
Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 17
Conklin, Aaron Sylvanus, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 20–21
Conklin, Ebenezer, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 30
Conklin, Susan L. (au), II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 5; V:2 (Fall 2005) 3, 5
Conkling, Roscoe, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 31–32
Connecticut Birth Control League, III:4 (Spring 2004) 15
Conner, Janet Tornatore, V:1 (Summer 2005) 19–20, 22
Connor, Michael J., VII:1 (Summer 2007) 4
Connors, Dennis J. (au), V:3 (Winter 2006) 3, 22–24
Conquest (Schooner), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 29
Conrad, Earl, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 23
conscientious objectors, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 33
conscription, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 34–35
conservation. See environmental movement; forest conservation; foxes
Conservation Department. See New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
Constitution, USS, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 17
Consumer Protection Board, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 6
Continental Iron Works, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 25
contortionists, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 9–13
Conway, Albert, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 24
Cook, Julia, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 23
Coolidge, Calvin, II:2 (Fall 2002) 23; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 23
Coolidge, Grace, II:2 (Fall 2002) 23
Coons, William, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 34–35
Cooper, Dr. Charles, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 6
Cooper, Charles DeKay, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 22–23
Cooper, Griffith, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 25
Cooper, James Fenimore, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 18; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 26–30; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 15
Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 9
Cooperative Extension Service, X:1 (Summer 2010) 11
Cooperstown, N.Y., II:4 (Spring 2003) 8–12; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 18
Cardiff Giant, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 32–35
hop barns, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 20
Coppolo, Tara, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Corbally, John, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 9–11
CORE (Congress of Racial Equality), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 17
Corey, Mary E. (au), I:2 (Fall 2001) 3
Corinth, N.Y., VII:3 (Winter 2008) 16–18. See also Hudson River Pulp and Paper Company strike of 1910
Cornell University, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 17
typhoid epidemic of 1903 and, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 24–28
Cornell University Library Special Collections, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 30
Cornett, Peggy (au), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 3, 12–15
Corning, Mayor Erastus, II, I:1 (Summer 2001) 16; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 35; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 20, 23
Corning, Inc. (Corning, N.Y.), II:2 (Fall 2002) 5; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 27
Corning, N.Y., II:2 (Fall 2002) 5; III:4 (Spring 2004) 15
Corning Community Food Pantry, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 38–39
Corning Museum of Glass (Corning, N.Y.), IV:1 (Summer 2004) 27
coroner's reports, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 30–31
correctional facilities. See prisons
Corrigan, Cecelia (au), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 34–35
Corsaro, James, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 7; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 15
Corsaro, James (au), II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 6–7
Cortese, Antonia, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 26
Cortland County Historical Society, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 7
Cotton, Michelle, II:2 (Fall 2002) 5
Coudert, Frederic, Jr., X:3 (Winter 2011) 32–33, 35
Countryman, Edward (au), I:4 (Spring 2002) 3, 16–19
Couper, Richard W., V:4 (Spring 2006) 5
courts, X:2 (Fall 2010) 3; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 13–14. See also New York County Supreme Court; New York Court of Appeals; New York Court of Chancery
Cousins, Norman, V:4 (Spring 2006) 6–7
Covenant House (New York City), V:3 (Winter 2006) 8–12
Cox, Aysha, V:3 (Winter 2006) 44
Cox, La Wanda, I:1 (Summer 2001) 12
Coxe, Judge A. C., X:2 (Fall 2010) 23
Craig Colony, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 36
Cramer, Lester, X:3 (Winter 2011) 18–19
Crandell, Prudence, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 5
Crane, Susan, X:3 (Winter 2011) 13
Crapsey, Edward, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 29
Crawford, James, I:1 (Summer 2001) 6
Crawford-Oppenheimer, Christine (au), II:2 (Fall 2002) 3, 30–31
Creighton, Mary Frances, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 14
Cridlig, Pierre, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 5
crime, II:1 (Summer 2002) 5. See also Office of Chief Medical Examiner of the City of New York
gem heist at American Museum of Natural History, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 32–35
organized, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 24–28
revisiting cold case files, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 34–35
romance of crime literature, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 21–23
in Westchester Co., X:2 (Fall 2010) 8–9
Crime Victims Board, II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
criminal identification
Bertillion method, I:4 (Spring 2002) 13, 15; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 4–5
fingerprinting, I:4 (Spring 2002) 12–15
criminals, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 33
Jewish, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 30–32
Crosby, Darius, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 27–28, 30, 31
cross-dressing, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 19–22
Croton Distributing Reservoir (New York City), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 17
Croton System (Old Croton Aqueduct), XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 29
Crowley, John W. (au), IV:4 (Spring 2005) 3, 12–15
Crown Point Bridge, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 36
Cryder, Duncan, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 12–13
Culper Spy Ring, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 9, 11, 12, 13
Cultural Education Center (Albany, N.Y.), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 8; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 32
Cummins, Joseph (au), XII:1 (Summer 2012) 4, 29–32
Cuomo, Gov. Andrew M., X:4 (Spring 2011) 3; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 6
Cuomo, Gov. Mario M., I:3 (Winter 2002) 27; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9; V:3 (Winter 2006) 12; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 26; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 15; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 4; X:1 (Summer 2010) 8
Curran, Thomas J., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 10
Currie, Lauchlin, II:3 (Winter 2003) 26–27
Curtis, Edward E., IV (au), X:3 (Winter 2011) 5, 20–24
Curtiss, Glenn, III:2 (Fall 2003) 10
Curtiss-Wright Aeroplane (Buffalo, N.Y.), IV:2 (Fall 2004) 27
Cushing, Charles, II:1 (Summer 2002) 10–11
Cusick, Cornelius C., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 34–35
Cuyler, Herman, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 13–14
Cymbala, Amina Ali, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 22
Czolgosz, Leon, X:4 (Spring 2011) 32, 33

Dacquino, V. T. (au), VI:4 (Spring 2007) 3, 29–31
Dada, Harriet, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 22, 23
Dade, George, III:2 (Fall 2003) 10
Dahmus, Jeni (au), III:2 (Fall 2003) 3–4
Dale, Vanessa (au), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 18–22
Damon, Joseph, V:1 (Summer 2005) 6
d'Anders, Pierre-Jean David, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 24
Dandolos, Nick "The Greek," III:1 (Summer 2003) 19
Daniels, Julie C. (au), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 3–5; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 10
Daniels, Julie C., I:1 (Summer 2001) 7; III:2 (Fall 2003) 6–7; X:1 (Summer 2010) 9
Dannemora, N.Y., XV:3 (Winter 2016) 16
prisons, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 14–17
Dansville, N.Y., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 6–7
Darragh house, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 11
Dassin, Jules, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 16
Daughters of Charity, V:3 (Winter 2006) 12
Daughters of the Revolution of 1776 (DR), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 28, 29
Davin, M. Sgt. Rich, V:1 (Summer 2005) 29–31
Davis, Bessie (Hannah Elias), IX:4 (Spring 2010) 10–13
Davis, Glen, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 11
Davis, Justin, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Davis, Katherine B., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 24
Davis, Terry, III:2 (Fall 2003) 6
Davis, Willie, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 13
Davison, Irene, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 28, 29
Daw, William, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 29
Dawson, James C., V:3 (Winter 2006) 44
Dayton, Diana (au), III:4 (Spring 2004) 3, 9
de Ruyter, Michiel, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 38
Dearstyne, Bruce W. (au), XV:3 (Winter 2016) 26–30
death certificates, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 11
Debs, Eugene V., IX:1 (Summer 2009) 33
DeCaux, Len, III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Decker, Charlotte, X:3 (Winter 2011) 38, 39
Decker, Thomas Levi, X:3 (Winter 2011) 38, 39
Deedy, Ken, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 25
DeFazio, Liz, V:3 (Winter 2006) 7
DeKok, David (au), XII:1 (Summer 2012) 4, 24–28
DeLaMatter, Matthew (au), XV:1 (Summer 2015) 11–15
DeLancey, James, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 25; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 17
DeLancey family (N.Y.C), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 17–19
DeLaney, Kathleen M. (au), I:2 (Fall 2001) 3, 23–25
Delavan, Edward C., XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 26
Delavan Hotel, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 13–14
Delaware, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 19
Delaware and Hudson Railroad (D&H), XV:1 (Summer 2015) 24
Delaware County Anti-Rent Association, III:2 (Fall 2003) 13–15
Delaware County Historical Association, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 21
delicatessens, X:1 (Summer 2010) 29, 30. See also Jewish delicatessens
cultural, X:1 (Summer 2010) 31
Delmas, Jean Paul, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 8
Delphi Falls, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
DeMarlo, Friede Gobsch, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 10–13
DeMarlo, Harry (James Dwight Morrow), XI:2 (Fall 2011) 10–13
Demers, Daniel J. (au), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 5, 16–17
democracy, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 28–29; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 26
proportional representation (PR) and, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 29–32
reshaping, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 32
Democratic Convention. See also Tammany Hall
of 1920, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 16–17
Democratic National Convention, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 16
Democratic Party, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 31–33
black suffrage and, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 19–20
slavery and, X:1 (Summer 2010) 22
"Watchdog Committee" and, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 25–28
Democratic-Republican Party, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 10; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 20–23
DeMotte, Charles (au), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 10–14
Dempsey, Jack, III:1 (Summer 2003) 20
Denison University (Granville, Ohio), VI:2 (Fall 2006) 10
Denlinger, Elizabeth (au), XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 6–7
Densmore, Christopher (au), III:2 (Fall 2003) 3, 31
dentistry, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 36
Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). See New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
department stores, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 6–7
Depauville, N.Y., V:2 (Fall 2005) 25–26
DePeyster, Abraham, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 19
The Depression. See Great Depression
Dern, Gov. George H., XI:4 (Spring 2012) 32
DeSapio, Carmine, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 25
desegregation. See education: integration of; segregation
Devendorf, Irving R., VI:2 (Fall 2006) 7
Devlin, Mary. See Booth, Mary Devlin
Devlin family, Troy, N.Y., VI:3 (Winter 2007) 13–14
DeWan, George (au), I:1 (Summer 2001) 3, 22–25; II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 24–25; III:2 (Fall 2003) 3, 8–12; V:2 (Fall 2005) 3, 6–9; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 3, 20–23
Dewey, Frances, I:4 (Spring 2002) 9, 11
Dewey, John, III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Dewey, Gov. Thomas E., I:3 (Winter 2002) 27; I:4 (Spring 2002) 8–11; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 25, 28; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 4; X:4 (Spring 2011) 10; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 33; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 22
DeWitt, Simeon, I:2 (Fall 2001) 8; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 23
DeWitt Historical Society (Ithaca, N.Y.), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 29–30
Diamond, Jack "Legs," I:1 (Summer 2001) 21; III:1 (Summer 2003) 19
Dickens, Charles, III:3 (Winter 2004) 14
Dickerman, Mary Cole, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 4
Dickinson, Rachel (au), III:3 (Winter 2004) 3, 16–17
Dieterich, Charles F., XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 24
Dietz, William, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 22
digital age, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 7; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 7. See also Shelley-Godwin Archive
"Digital Harlem," XII:3 (Winter 2013) 6–7
DiLorenzo, Jay, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 20
Dinkins, David, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9
disasters, responding to. See emergency management
discrimination, X:4 (Spring 2011) 14–17; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 34–35. See also African Americans; segregation; women: labor and
laws against, X:4 (Spring 2011) 10–13; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 26–27 (see also Ives-Quinn Anti-Discrimination Law)
District of Columbia Teachers College (DCTC), XII:4 (Spring 2013) 25
DiVeronica family, Canastota, N.Y., V:1 (Summer 2005) 22
Dix, Barbara, II:3 (Winter 2003) 13
Dix, Dorothea, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 21, 22
Dix, John A., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 14
documentaries, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 20–24
Documentary Heritage Program (DHP), III:1 (Summer 2003) 6–7; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 7
Documentary of the History of the State of New York, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 19
Documenting Leadership: A Symposium on Executive Records, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 4–5
Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 19
Dodd, Bella, X:3 (Winter 2011) 33
Dodgers. See Brooklyn Dodgers
Doehla, Mary (au), XV:3 (Winter 2016) 12–13
dogs
as mascots, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 12–15
taxes on, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 35
Doland, David, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 21
Doland, Jennie McKenzie Hewitt, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 21–23
domestic workers, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 26; X:4 (Spring 2011) 10
Dominguez, Adrienne, V:1 (Summer 2005) 9
Dominicans, III:3 (Winter 2004) 6–7; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 36
Domino Sugar, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 26–27
Dominy, Charles, I:1 (Summer 2001) 24
Dominy family, Long Island, II:1 (Summer 2002) 25
Donegan, Frank (au), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 32–35; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 4; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 4
Dongan, Thomas, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 19
Dongan Charter, III:3 (Winter 2004) 5
Donnelly, Father, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 26
Donovan, Marion, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 26
Dorias, Gus, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 9–11
Dorr, Matthew, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 38–39
Dorsey, Jennifer Hull (au), XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 36–37
Doty, Col. Lockwood Lyon, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 29; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 24
Doubleday, Abner, II:4 (Spring 2003) 8–12
Dougherty, Elizabeth (au), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 3, 8–11
Dougherty, Tech. Srgt. James "Doc," V:1 (Summer 2005) 28–31
Douglas, Dr. James, X:1 (Summer 2010) 14–15
Douglas, Dr. John H., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 17
Douglass, Frederick, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 25–28; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 18, 21; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 37–38; X:1 (Summer 2010) 7; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 27
black suffrage and, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 19
Lincoln and, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 37–41
Myrtilla Miner and, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 24
on 4th of July, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 36
Downie, Commodore George, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 14–15
Doyle, Arthur Conan, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 23
Doyle, Michael, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 18–19
Doyle, Michael (au), VII:1 (Summer 2007) 3, 16–19
draft, military, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 34–35
Draper, Andrew Sloan, X:4 (Spring 2011) 6, 7
Dreiser, Theodore, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 6–7
Drexel, Joseph W., X:2 (Fall 2010) 20
Dreyfuss, Richard, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 35; V:3 (Winter 2006) 35; X:3 (Winter 2011) 3, 7
Dreyfuss Initiative, X:3 (Winter 2011) 7
Drink Hall, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 36
Driscoll, Clara Wolcott, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 17–20
on her own (after leaving Tiffany's), XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 20
laboring in anonymity, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 18–19
life at Tiffany's Glass and Decorating Company, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 17–18
drugs, hallucinogenic. See psychedelic revolution
Dryden, N.Y., I:1 (Summer 2001) 15
Du Bois, Alfred, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 32–33
Du Bois, W. E. B., III:2 (Fall 2003) 21; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 10; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 32
Dubinsky, David, V:3 (Winter 2006) 18–21
Dubois, Tryntje, X:1 (Summer 2010) 18
Duck and Cover (film), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 31
Dudley, Belinda, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 8
Dudley, Charles E., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 8
Dudley, Lucille "Yseult," XV:4 (Spring 2016) 22–26
Dudley Observatory (Albany, N.Y.), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 8–11
dueling, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 8–13; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 6–7
Duer, William, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 20
Duers, Henry A., VI:3 (Winter 2007) 28
Dukes, Rev. Nelson C., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 17–18
Dumas, Alexandre, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 23
Dumont, John, X:2 (Fall 2010) 26
Dumouchel, Léandre Arthur, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 8–XI:3 (Winter 2012) 9
Dundy, Elmer "Skip," III:1 (Summer 2003) 8–12
Dunham, Richard C., XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 24
Dunkirk, N.Y., VI:3 (Winter 2007) 17–20; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 9
Dunn, Shirley W. (au), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 3, 12–15
Dunn, Willie, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 13, 15
DuPont, Pierre, V:4 (Spring 2006) 9
Durand, Marguerite, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 26
Durocher, Leo, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 22–23
Durstewitz, Jeff (au), XV:1 (Summer 2015) 21–25
Duryea, Perry B., Jr., XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 24
Dutch colonies, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 18, 19
Dutch colonists, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 18, 19
Dutch East India Company (EIC), I:3 (Winter 2002) 8; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 18
Dutch New York, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 24–25. See also New Netherland
Dutch West India Company (WIC), I:3 (Winter 2002) 8–10; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 18; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 8, 10; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 35; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 38; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 16
Dutchess Co., N.Y., slavery in, I:3 (Winter 2002) 15–18
Dutton, E. P., IX:2 (Fall 2009) 23
D.W. Putnam and Co. (Hammondsport, N.Y.), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 6–7
Dwight, Theodore, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 13
Dworkin, Rachel (au), XV:1 (Summer 2015) 6–7
"Dynamite Hill" (Split Rock, N.Y.), incident at, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 28–29
a fatal flaw in safety, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 29–30
peace with a price, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 31
pittances for the survivors, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 30–31
TNT for World War I, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 29

E. Remington & Sons (Ilion, N.Y.), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 36
Eagle Brand Condensed Milk, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20–21
Eannace, Maryrose, III:4 (Spring 2004) 26
Earhart, Amelia, I:1 (Summer 2001) 5–6; III:2 (Fall 2003) 11
Earle, Alice Morse, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 15
Earle, Genevieve, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 30
earthenware. See terracotta
East Hampton, N.Y., III:4 (Spring 2004) 9
witch hunts, V:2 (Fall 2005) 6–9
East India Company (EIC), XII:1 (Summer 2012) 30–31. See also Dutch East India Company
Easter Blizzard of 1940, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 34–35
Eastern European Jews, X:1 (Summer 2010) 29
Eastman, George, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9
Easton, N.Y., suffragists of, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 26–29
Easton Book Club, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 29
Easton Grange, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 29
Easton Library, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 29
Eaton, Amos, X:2 (Fall 2010) 14–17; X:3 (Winter 2011) 4
Ebbets, Charlie, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 13, 14, 15
Ebbets Field (Brooklyn, N.Y.), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 12, 14, 15
Echevarria, Victoria, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 21
Eckford, Henry, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 14
Eclectic Medical Society of the State of New York, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 29
Ecological Society of America, I:2 (Fall 2001) 11
Ecumenical Task Force of the Niagara Frontier, I:2 (Fall 2001) 25
Eden, Anthony, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 11
Edes, John, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 40
Edgerton, Pte. William, X:3 (Winter 2011) 29
Edison, Thomas A., III:3 (Winter 2004) 21; X:4 (Spring 2011) 30, 31
Edmeston, Col., IX:4 (Spring 2010) 26
Edmeston, N.Y., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20
Edmondson, Brad (au), I:2 (Fall 2001) 3, 10–13
Edmunds, Sheila (au), II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 24–25
education
about history, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 34–35; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 10–11
Albert Einstein on, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 36
Brooklyn Connections, X:3 (Winter 2011) 8–9
central school movement, III:2 (Fall 2003) 23–25
Chazy Central Rural School, III:2 (Fall 2003) 23–25
Chinese Americans and, I:2 (Fall 2001) 16–19
compulsory, II:3 (Winter 2003) 31
and farming during World War I, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 38–39
hearing impaired and, II:3 (Winter 2003) 24–25
home economics and women's, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 12–17
inquiry into Communist subversion in, X:3 (Winter 2011) 32–35
integration of, V:1 (Summer 2005) 12; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 6–7; X:1 (Summer 2010) 4
La Escuela Electrónica (the Electronic Schoolhouse) Web site, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 4–5
National Council for History Education award, X:1 (Summer 2010) 9
Native American children at boarding school on Cattaraugus Reservation, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 38–39
in New York City during World War I, III:2 (Fall 2003) 16–19; V:4 (Spring 2006) 20–23
open air schools, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 36
physical education in Greater New York City schools, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 36
teachers' unions and, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 24–27
19th-century, III:4 (Spring 2004) 21–24
webinars, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 5
during World War I, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 36–37
Education of Colored Youth, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 25
Egan, John, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 20, 22, 24
Ehmke, Howard, III:4 (Spring 2004) 20
Eichenlaub, Ray, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 9–10
Eichsteadt, James (au), VII:2 (Fall 2007) 3, 8–12
Eights, James, X:2 (Fall 2010) 16
Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Architecture & Engineering P.C. (EYP), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 37; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 11
Einstein, Albert, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 36
Einstein, Isidore "Izzy," II:3 (Winter 2003) 22–23
Eisenhower, Dwight D., I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 32; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 10; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 12
Eisenhower Lock, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 24
Eisenstadt, Peter (au), I:2 (Fall 2001) 3, 28; I:3 (Winter 2002) 3, 27
Elder Company, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 24–25
elections. See also democracy; Tammany Hall; voting; specific candidates
how to win, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 30
electric chair, X:4 (Spring 2011) 32
invention of, X:4 (Spring 2011) 28–31
Electric Park (Kinderhook, N.Y.), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 18–19
electrical engineering and national electrification, X:2 (Fall 2010) 32, 33. See also Gaslight Era of New York City
Elgin, Ill., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20
Elgin Botanic Garden (Manhattan, N.Y.), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 15
Elias, Hannah (Bessie Davis), IX:4 (Spring 2010) 10–13
Elizabeth Street, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 8–9
Ellickson, Katherine Pollak, III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Ellsworth, Col. Elmer E., XII:2 (Fall 2012) 9, 10; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 14–18
death, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 17–18
early dreams of glory, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 14–16
as icon of the North, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 18
as Lincoln's clerk and aide, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 16
service to country, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 16–17
Elmira, N.Y., VII:3 (Winter 2008) 30
John Surratt at, X:4 (Spring 2011) 20–21
Mark Twain at, X:3 (Winter 2011) 12–15
Samuel Iszard and Iszard's Department Store in, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 6–7
Elmira College, X:3 (Winter 2011) 14, 15
Elmira Female College, X:3 (Winter 2011) 12
Elmira POW camp. See "Hellmira"
Elmira Prison (Elmira, N.Y.), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 14–16
Elmira Telegram, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 12–15
Elysian Fields (Hoboken, N.J.), II:4 (Spring 2003) 9–10
Emancipation Proclamation, I:1 (Summer 2001) 10–13; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 38–39, 45; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 32; X:4 (Spring 2011) 7; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 33–36
Embargo Act of 1807, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 20
emergency management, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 30; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 6–7, 36; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 6–7. See also civil defense; Temporary Emergency Relief Administration
Emergency Operations Center (EOC), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 7
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21, 22
Emmons, Ebenezer, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 18–20
Empire State Archives and History Award (ESAHA), X:1 (Summer 2010) 7; X:3 (Winter 2011) 7
2005, V:3 (Winter 2006) 4
2006, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 5
2007, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 5
2008, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 8–9
2010, X:3 (Winter 2011) 7
2012, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 5
2013, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 10
2014, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 8
2015, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 11; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 6
Empire State Building (New York City), V:4 (Spring 2006) 8–12
Empire State Games, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 8–10
Empire State Plaza (Albany, N.Y.), I:1 (Summer 2001) 16–17; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 7, 16–17; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 19–23
Empire State Youth Theatre Institute (ESYTI), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 8–9
Employee Mutual Benefits Associations, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 17–18
employment discrimination. See discrimination; women: labor and
The Encyclopedia of New York State, I:1 (Summer 2001) 28
Adirondack State Park, camping in, II:1 (Summer 2002) 28
Buffalo wings in, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 29
Corning Museum of Glass in, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 27
education in, II:3 (Winter 2003) 31
Fresh Air Fund in, III:1 (Summer 2003) 31
Jane Colden in, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 27
L. Frank Baum in, II:4 (Spring 2003) 31
Martha Graham in, II:2 (Fall 2002) 27
Sagoyewatha (Red Jacket) in, III:2 (Fall 2003) 31
State University of New York in, I:3 (Winter 2002) 27
theater in Buffalo, N.Y. in, III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
U.S. Presidents in, I:2 (Fall 2001) 28
Videofreex (Lanesville, N.Y.) in, III:3 (Winter 2004) 31
women's rights movement in, I:4 (Spring 2002) 28
The End of the Line — Rochester's Subway (film), VI:4 (Spring 2007) 28
endangered species, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 40
Endicott, H. B., II:3 (Winter 2003) 16–17
Endicott, N.Y., II:3 (Winter 2003) 16–17
Endicott-Johnson Company (Binghamton, N.Y.), II:3 (Winter 2003) 16–17
Enemy Alien Act, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 38
Engelman, Peter C. (au), III:4 (Spring 2004) 3, 14–17
England. See Britain
entertainment establishments. See alcohol sale curfews
Environmental Defense Fund, I:2 (Fall 2001) 11–13
environmental movement, I:2 (Fall 2001) 10–13; X:1 (Summer 2010) 9; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 36. See also forest conservation
E.P. Dutton, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 23
ephemera, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 6–7
epileptics, residential facility for, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 36
Ericsson, John, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 22–25
Erie Canal, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 13; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 16
Alexander Stewart Scott along the, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 13–15
Asa Fitch's trip on, X:2 (Fall 2010) 14–17
enlargement, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 18, 19, 21
levee breaks, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 16–19
New York State Archives Web project, I:1 (Summer 2001) 7; I:2 (Fall 2001) 29; II:4 (Spring 2003) 5
opening of, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 25
St. Lawrence Seaway and, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 34
Erlanger Theater (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Erwin, J. Warner, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 15
Eschenbrenner, Donna (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 22–23
Esopus, N.Y, II:2 (Fall 2002) 28–29
Esopus Creek, V:1 (Summer 2005) 36; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 29–30
Esopus Indians, I:3 (Winter 2002) 9–10; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 13
Esopus Valley, I:3 (Winter 2002) 22–23
Esopus Wars, I:3 (Winter 2002) 9–10
Espionage and Sedition Act, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 32, 34
Essex Co. Historical Society (Elizabethtown, N.Y.), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 6
Essex Co., N.Y., bounty hunting in, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 6–7
Etherington, Suzanne, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 4–5
Etherington, Suzanne (au), V:1 (Summer 2005) 3, 7
Evacuation Day, X:2 (Fall 2010) 10–13
Evers, John T., XI:2 (Fall 2011) 5
Evershed, Thomas, X:1 (Summer 2010) 14
eXtensible Tag Framework (XTF), XI:2 (Fall 2011) 8

Fabend, Firth Haring (au), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 4, 32–35
Fabius, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Factory Investigation Commission (FIC). See New York State Factory Investigation Commission
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 27
Fairbanks, Douglas, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 9
Fairchild family (Otsego Co., N.Y.), IV:1 (Summer 2004) 16–18
Faisal, Daoud Ahmed, X:3 (Winter 2011) 23
Fakir of Ava (Isaiah Harris Hughes), IX:4 (Spring 2010) 14–17
Falkenburg, Eugenia "Jinx," IV:3 (Winter 2005) 12
family archival collections, X:4 (Spring 2011) 34–35. See also genealogy
Farley, James, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9
Farley, James A., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 17
Farley, William T., XI:3 (Winter 2012) 17
Farm Cadet Corps, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 32–35; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 39
farm cadets, I:1 (Summer 2001) 26–27; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 32–35
Farm Manpower Service (FMS), X:4 (Spring 2011) 36; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 4
Farmers' Museum (Cooperstown, N.Y.), VI:2 (Fall 2006) 19–20; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 35
farming
cattle, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 6–7
dairy, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20–21 (see also cheese making)
granges and, X:1 (Summer 2010) 10–11
grapes, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 14–15
hops, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 16–20
muck, V:1 (Summer 2005) 18–22
sheep, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 7
during World War I, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 32–35
Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 24–27
Farquhar, Kelly, II:2 (Fall 2002) 5
Farrand, Beatrix (Jones), XII:1 (Summer 2012) 19
Farret, John, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 10
fashion industry, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 23–26
"fatt calfe" ceremony, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 24–27
Faulkner, Donald, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 7
Fay, Joseph, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 33
Fayetteville, N.Y., V:3 (Winter 2006) 13
Federal Arbitration Act, 1925, V:1 (Summer 2005) 14
Federal Art Project (FAP), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 19, 20, 23
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 34, 35
Federal Civil Defense Administration (FCDA), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 29–31
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 3; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 7
Federal Writers' Project (WPA), I:2 (Fall 2001) 17–18
Federalist Party, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 10–11; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 20–23; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 17; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 20–23; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 23–26
Feffer, Andrew (au), X:3 (Winter 2011) 5, 32–35
Fein, "Dopey" Benny, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 31
Fein, Michael R., VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 6
Felber, Garrett, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 6
Feldman, Benjamin (au), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 6–7
Feliciano, Joseph, X:4 (Spring 2011) 16, 17
FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 3; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 7
Fenian movement, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 22–23, 22–26
Fenton, Faith, I:1 (Summer 2001) 15
Fenton, Gov. Reuben E., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 25
as soldiers' advocate, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 28
Ferrara, Susan E. (au), II:4 (Spring 2003) 3, 31
Ferriero, David S., X:3 (Winter 2011) 4; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 7
Ferris, Jacob, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 27
Ferry, Nisha L. (au), III:2 (Fall 2003) 3, 5
Fetchet, Brad, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 7
Fetchet, Mary, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 7
A Field Guide to Birds (Peterson), III:1 (Summer 2003) 5
Fields, Barbara, I:1 (Summer 2001) 10
Filkins, Jim, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 31–32
Fillmore, Millard, I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 28; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 17
films and filmmaking, I:4 (Spring 2002) 23–25; II:2 (Fall 2002) 4; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 28; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 32–33; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 6; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 34, 35; X:1 (Summer 2010) 31; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 5; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 38–39. See also documentaries
Finch, Frances Miles, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 30
Finch, Herbert, V:3 (Winter 2006) 5
fingerprinting, I:4 (Spring 2002) 12–15
Finkelman, Professor Paul, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 8–9; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 3
Finland, S.S., XI:3 (Winter 2012) 34–35
Finley, Jeanne (au), I:4 (Spring 2002) 3, 30–31; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3, 18–20; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 6–7; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 40
Finley, John H., V:4 (Spring 2006) 23; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 36–37
Fire Island, N.Y., IV:1 (Summer 2004) 14–15
Ash Wednesday on, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 23–27
development vs. ecology, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 26–27
Fire Island National Seashore, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 27
fires and fire safety, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 6–7; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 25; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 16. See also Confederate Army of Manhattan; New York State Capitol: 1911 fire; New York State Library: 1911 fire; Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
Firestone, Harvey, III:3 (Winter 2004) 21
First Harlem Seventh-Day Adventist Church (Harlem, N.Y.), IX:4 (Spring 2010) 29–31
First Society for the Study of Islam in America, X:3 (Winter 2011) 22
Fischer, David Hackett, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 19; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 10
Fischer, David Hackett (au), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 18–22
Fischer, Gail A. (au), VII:2 (Fall 2007) 3–5; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 5
Fish, James D., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 17
fishing, V:1 (Summer 2005) 36; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 32
Fisk, Col. Willard C., IX:3 (Winter 2010) 14
Fiske, David (au), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 4, 12–15
Fitch, Asa, X:2 (Fall 2010) 14–17
Fitz-Enz, Col. David (au), IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3, 12–15
Fitzgerald, F. Scott, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 29
flag of the United States, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 18, 19. See also Pledge of Allegiance
Fleisher, Mark (au), VI:2 (Fall 2006) 3, 12–15
Fleming, Lt. Col. Ed, V:1 (Summer 2005) 29–31
Fleming, N.Y., III:4 (Spring 2004) 10–13
Fleming, Thomas (au), IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 8–13
Fletcher, Milton, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 33–34
Flinn, Caryl (au), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 4, 12–15; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 4
floats, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 24
floods. See also Great Easter Flood of 1913
of 2006, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 4–5
floral fete, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 23–25
Floyd, C. Harold, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 15
Floyd, Carlisle, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 16–19
Floyd, William, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 9
Flushing, N.Y., I:3 (Winter 2002) 10; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 8–11
Flushing Meadows Corona Park (Queens, N.Y.), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 29–31
Flushing Remonstrance, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 8–11
Flynn, Edward, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 10
Folsom, George, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 19
Folts, James D. (au), IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 30–31; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 3, 30–31; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 3, 29; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 30–31; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 36–37; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 8, 9
Folts, James D., I:1 (Summer 2001) 28; V:1 (Summer 2005) 6
Fonda, N.Y., VI:2 (Fall 2006) 5
food and diet. See also delicatessens
Buffalo wings, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 29
Civil War soldiers, rations for, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 18–20
of Dutch colonists, I:3 (Winter 2002) 14
grape juice, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 14–15
milk, condensed, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 18–21
recipes, X:1 (Summer 2010) 33
during World War I, V:4 (Spring 2006) 29
football, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 8–11; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 36
Forbes, Edwin, X:3 (Winter 2011) 27
Ford, Henry, I:4 (Spring 2002) 26–27; III:3 (Winter 2004) 21
Ford, Judge Nathan, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 20–23
Ford Foundation, I:2 (Fall 2001) 13
Ford Pavillion, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 29–30
forensic medicine. See Office of Chief Medical Examiner of the City of New York
forest conservation, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 28–32
Forest Preserve (New York), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 29
Forestport, N.Y., VII:1 (Summer 2007) 16–19
Forsyth Street Methodist Church (New York City), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 33
Fort Carillion. See Fort Ticonderoga
Fort Edward (Fort Edward, N.Y.), III:3 (Winter 2004) 25–27
Fort George Amusement Park (New York City), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 19
Fort Herkimer, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 40
Fort McClellan (Anniston, Ala.), III:3 (Winter 2004) 10
Fort Ticonderoga (Ticonderoga, N.Y.), III:3 (Winter 2004) 24–27; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 10
bloody history, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 10–12
making history personal, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 13–14
"mossy ruins," XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 12, 14
the romantic past, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 14
Fort William Henry, Siege of, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 26, 28–30
Forty Sixers. See Adirondack 46ers
Foster, Barbara (au), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 4, 20–24
Foster, James T., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 18–20
Foster, Michael (au), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 4, 20–24
Foster, Judge Warren, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 23
Foster's Pond, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 17
Fouché, Rayvon (au), VI:4 (Spring 2007) 3, 14–17
foundling asylums, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 14–17
Fox, Austen G., V:4 (Spring 2006) 22
Fox, Caroline, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 14–15
Fox, John G., I:4 (Spring 2002) 6–7
Fox, Katie, I:3 (Winter 2002) 19–21
Fox, Leah, I:3 (Winter 2002) 20
Fox, Maggie, I:3 (Winter 2002) 19–21
foxes, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 36; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 5
Fraistat, Neil, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 6–7
Francesconi, Gino (au), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 10–11
Francisco, Thomas T., VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 5
Franklin, Maj. Gen. Joseph P. (au), II:2 (Fall 2002) 3, 12–15
Franklin, Kevin, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 4
Franklin, Sidney ("Bullfighter from Brooklyn"), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 10
from artist to toreador, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 10–11
searching for, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 11
Franklin Co., N.Y., XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 22
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 10
behind the scenes, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 12
history in one place, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 11–12
a New Deal for a new generation, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 12–13
a presidential dream realized, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 10–11
Frankonis, Elaine (au), I:1 (Summer 2001) 3–6
fraternal organizations, V:2 (Fall 2005) 30–31. See also specific organizations
Frazee, Harry, III:4 (Spring 2004) 19
Frederick, John A. (au), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 8
Frederick, John A., XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 3
Fredman, Samuel O., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9
Fredonia Grange, X:1 (Summer 2010) 10–11
"Free Niagara" movement, X:1 (Summer 2010) 13
free trade, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 20–21. See also St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., trade and smuggling during War of 1812 in
freedom of speech, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 24–27
Freeman, Ham, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 29
Freeman, William, III:4 (Spring 2004) 11–13
Freemasons, V:2 (Fall 2005) 30; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 30; X:1 (Summer 2010) 10
French and Indian War, III:3 (Winter 2004) 24–27; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 29; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 21; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 27–30
Fresh Air Fund, III:1 (Summer 2003) 31
Fried, Emmanuel "Manny," IV:2 (Fall 2004) 27
Friedman, Clarence, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 39
Friends, Society of. See Quakers and Quakerism
Fripp, Robert S. P., XII:4 (Spring 2013) 11
Frontenac (steamboat), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 26–29
Frost, William Lee, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 10
Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, I:2 (Fall 2001) 29; V:3 (Winter 2006) 23–24; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 27–29; X:1 (Summer 2010) 15, 21
Fullerton, Judge William, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 23–24
Fulton, Robert, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 22; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 9
Funston, G. Keith, III:1 (Summer 2003) 4–5

Gabriels, N.Y., prison at, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 17
Gaddes, Richard, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 19
Gaffney, Dennis (au), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 3
Gage, Beverly (au), II:2 (Fall 2002) 3, 8–11
Gage, Matilda Joslyn, I:2 (Fall 2001) 20–22; II:4 (Spring 2003) 31
Gage, Maud, II:4 (Spring 2003) 31
Gaillard, Edwin White, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 21–23
Galante, Carmine, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 27
Gallacchi, Carol, V:1 (Summer 2005) 6
Gallagher, Julie (au), XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 24–27
Gallaudet, Rev. Dr. Thomas, II:3 (Winter 2003) 25
Galusha, Diane (au), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 4, 28–32
Galuski, Diane, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 5
Galveston, Tex., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 18–19
Galvin, Edward L. (au), X:4 (Spring 2011) 4, 8–9
Gannett, Frank, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 27
Ganzi, Kurt, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 21
garbage. See sanitation
garbage strike, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 30
Garcia, Ana, III:3 (Winter 2004) 7
garden seeds, sale of, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 35
Gardepe, Sandra, V:1 (Summer 2005) 7
Gardiner, Lion, V:2 (Fall 2005) 7–8
Gardiner, Mary, V:2 (Fall 2005) 8
Gardiner, Samuel Smith, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 9
Gardiner, Dr. T. Jefferson, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 14
Gardiner's Island, N.Y., II:1 (Summer 2002) 25; V:2 (Fall 2005) 8
Gardner, Arnold, X:4 (Spring 2011) 5
Gardner, Sunderland P., VII:4 (Spring 2008) 27
Garfield, James, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 28; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 24
Garito, Mayor Frank, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 26
Garlick, Elizabeth, V:2 (Fall 2005) 6–9
Garlick, Joshua, V:2 (Fall 2005) 7–8
Garrison, William Lloyd, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 29; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 26–27
Garrisonians, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 25–27
Garvey, Ellen Gruber (au), XV:1 (Summer 2015) 26–30
Garvey, Marcus, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 30–31
Gaslight Era of New York City, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 29–30
the continuing price, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 32
danger and profit, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 30–31
oil becomes king, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 31–32
Gates, Henry Louis, Jr., IX:3 (Winter 2010) 11
Gates, Jim, II:4 (Spring 2003) 9, 11
Gaubert, Louis, III:2 (Fall 2003) 9
gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT). See Franklin, Sidney; lesbianism
Gay, Teri (au), XI:2 (Fall 2011) 3, 26–29
Gaylord, Dr. Harvey, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 15
Gaynor, William J., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 12–13
Geddes, George, III:1 (Summer 2003) 25
Gehring, Charles T., I:1 (Summer 2001) 28; I:3 (Winter 2002) 10; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 11; V:1 (Summer 2005) 17
gem heist at American Museum of Natural History, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 32–35
genealogists, correcting New York's bad reputation among, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 36–37
genealogy. See also family archival collections; Land So Fair
African American records, I:1 (Summer 2001) 30–31
archives, Web 2.0, and, X:2 (Fall 2010) 34–35
cemeteries, V:1 (Summer 2005) 34–35
censuses, I:4 (Spring 2002) 30–31; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 28–29; V:4 (Spring 2006) 30–31; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 29; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 38–39; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 32–34
Civil War records, II:4 (Spring 2003) 30; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 28–29; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 34–35; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 47
coroner's reports, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 30–31
"death care" and "laying out" records, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 34–35
deed research, II:1 (Summer 2002) 30–31
forensic genealogy, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 28–29
fraternal organizations, V:2 (Fall 2005) 30–31
Historical Documents Inventory, III:1 (Summer 2003) 30
medical records, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 47
naturalization records, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 34–35
New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 29; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 33
preservation of records, I:3 (Winter 2002) 30
public assistance records, V:3 (Winter 2006) 30
record types, I:2 (Fall 2001) 30–31; III:2 (Fall 2003) 30
remote research, II:2 (Fall 2002) 30–31
school registers, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 32–33
secondary sources, II:3 (Winter 2003) 30
tax assessment rolls, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 34–35
"tax photos," VI:1 (Summer 2006) 31
World War I records, III:3 (Winter 2004) 30
General Electric (GE), VI:4 (Spring 2007) 16–17; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 14; X:2 (Fall 2010) 32; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 10–12
General Foods Corporation (Rochester, N.Y.), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 7
PS General Slocum (steamboat), disaster of, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 10–11
negligence, corruption, and incompetence, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 13–14
stunned by the toll, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 12–13
twenty minutes to horror, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 12
Genesee Co., N.Y., V:2 (Fall 2005) 5
Genesee County History Department, II:3 (Winter 2003) 5; V:2 (Fall 2005) 5
Genêt, Citizen Edmund, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 21
Geneva, N.Y., VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 25
Genovese, Vito, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 27
Genung family, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 27–28
Geological and Natural History Survey, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 18
geology, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 18–20
German Americans, III:3 (Winter 2004) 13–15; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 34–35; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 26
German delicatessens, X:1 (Summer 2010) 29
German Flats (Herkimer), IX:4 (Spring 2010) 26–27. See also Herkimer, N.Y.
Germany, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 10. See also Nazi Germany
Gettler, Alexander, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 10, 13, 14
Gettysburg, Battle of, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 36–37
Giants. See New York Giants
Gibbs, Lois, I:2 (Fall 2001) 24
Gifford, Judge Silas D., XV:2 (Fall 2015) 27–28
Gillespie, James M. (au), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 14–17
Gillette, Chester, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 6–7
Gilligan, Lt. Thomas, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 16, 17, 19
Ginzberg, Lori D. (au), V:2 (Fall 2005) 3, 23–27
Gioia, Dana, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 19
Giordano family, Canastota, N.Y., V:1 (Summer 2005) 22
Giuliani, Rudolph, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 24–25
Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, III:4 (Spring 2004) 4–5; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 8
glassblowing, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 27. See also stained glass
Gleason, Patrick Jerome, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 34–35
Gleason, Rachel Brooks, X:3 (Winter 2011) 15
Glenn, John, II:2 (Fall 2002) 5
Glenn, May, V:3 (Winter 2006) 15
Gloversville, N.Y., XV:2 (Fall 2015) 3
Gloversville Knitting Company (Gloversville, N.Y.), VI:4 (Spring 2007) 34–35
Gluck, James Fraser, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 5
Glynn, Martin, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 34
Goddard, David (au), XII:1 (Summer 2012) 4, 20–23
Goffman, Erving, III:4 (Spring 2004) 27
Goldberg, Jacob, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 31
golf, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 12–15
Gompers, Samuel, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 19
Gonsalves, Margaret (au), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 8–9
Gonzalez, Alfredo, II:3 (Winter 2003) 9–11
Gonzalez, Alicia, II:3 (Winter 2003) 9–11
González, José, X:4 (Spring 2011) 14
Good, Alice Campbell, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 10
"Good Peter" (Gwedelhes Agwelondongwas), VI:3 (Winter 2007) 8–11
Goodelle, Malcolm, III:4 (Spring 2004) 8
Goodier, Susan (au), VII:2 (Fall 2007) 3, 22–25
Goodman, Norman, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 10
Goodman, Peter (au), II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 15
Goodwin, Dick, I:2 (Fall 2001) 11
Goodwin, Doris Kearns, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 5
Gorbachev, Mikhail S., X:2 (Fall 2010) 19
Gordon, Nathaniel, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 26–27
Gore, Al, I:2 (Fall 2001) 24; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 29
Gottlieb, David (au), V:1 (Summer 2005) 3, 10–13
Gottlock, Wesley (au), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 4, 18–19
Gottry, Ken (au), VII:2 (Fall 2007) 3, 29–31
Gould, Benjamin Apthorp, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 9
Gould, Judge George, X:1 (Summer 2010) 22
Gould, Jay, X:1 (Summer 2010) 35
government, local. See local government
Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza. See Empire State Plaza
governors, X:1 (Summer 2010) 3. See also Hall of Governors
Governor's Island, X:2 (Fall 2010) 18–19
governor's mansion, I:4 (Spring 2002) 9
governor's office, records of, X:1 (Summer 2010) 3
Graboff, Dr. Edward, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 36
Gradual Emancipation Acts, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 34
Graebner, William (au), II:2 (Fall 2002) 3, 24–26
Grafton, N.Y., IV:3 (Winter 2005) 10–13
Graham, Martha, II:2 (Fall 2002) 27
Graham, Pamela M. (au), XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 6–7
Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.), X:2 (Fall 2010) 20, 23
Grand Central Station/Grand Central Terminal, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 12–15
Grand Lodge of the State of New York, V:2 (Fall 2005) 31
Grange #1, X:1 (Summer 2010) 10–11
Grange Day, X:1 (Summer 2010) 11
Grange Hall, X:1 (Summer 2010) 11
granges, X:1 (Summer 2010) 10–11
Grant, George, II:3 (Winter 2003) 15
Grant, Mayor Hugh J., XII:4 (Spring 2013) 33
Grant, Michael Henry (au), X:4 (Spring 2011) 4, 6, 7
Grant, Tudor E., II:3 (Winter 2003) 15
Grant, Ulysses S., I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 16–19; X:1 (Summer 2010) 34–35; X:2 (Fall 2010) 20, 23; X:3 (Winter 2011) 3; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 16; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 18, 21
Grant, Ulysses S. "Buck," Jr., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 17
Grant Cottage State Historic Site (Wilton, N.Y.), X:2 (Fall 2010) 20–23; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 18–21
Graphic Design Archive (GDA) at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), XII:4 (Spring 2013) 10–12
Gratwick, Mrs. William, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 14
Graves, Abner, II:4 (Spring 2003) 11–12
gravestones, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 34–35
Gravina, Craig (au), XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 24–27
Gray, Ken (au), II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 5
Gray, Monica (au), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 5, 40
Gray, William J. (au), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 5
Great Depression, III:2 (Fall 2003) 28–29; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 26–27; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 13; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 9–10; X:4 (Spring 2011) 14–17; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 28–29; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 21–22
Great Easter Flood of 1913 (Great Dayton Flood), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 12–14; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 5
disaster spurs political will, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 17
saving Albany's water, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 15–17
trying to control the water, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 14–15
Great Lakes, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 11, 12
Great Western Staircase (Albany, N.Y.), X:3 (Winter 2011) 40
Grebanier, Bernard, X:3 (Winter 2011) 34
Greeley, Horace, I:1 (Summer 2001) 11–12; III:4 (Spring 2004) 12; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 20; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 11; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 25
Green, Andrew Haswell, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 9–13
Green, Rev. Beriah, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 26
Green, Edward "Ned," V:2 (Fall 2005) 21–22
Green, Henrietta "Hetty," V:2 (Fall 2005) 18–22
Green, Michael (au), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 22–26
Green, Pamela, V:1 (Summer 2005) 13
Green, Sylvia, V:2 (Fall 2005) 21–22
Green-Wood Cemetary (Brooklyn, N.Y.), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 6–7
Greene, Alpheus S., V:2 (Fall 2005) 24
Greene, Dr. Jeremy, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 5
Greenwich, Battle of, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 17
Greenwich Village (New York City), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 24
Grenwald, Morgan (au), XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 18–22
Grew, Joseph C., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 24
Griffin, Ellen A., XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 21
Grilli, Jim, V:1 (Summer 2005) 21
Griscomb, Ludlow, III:1 (Summer 2003) 5
Griswold, John, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 5
Grondahl, Paul (au), I:2 (Fall 2001) 3, 17–19; II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 26–27; III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 26–27; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 3, 6–7; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 36–37
Gronim, Sara Stidstone (au), IV:4 (Spring 2005) 3, 27
Grotticelli, Michael (au), I:4 (Spring 2002) 3, 6–7
Grundset, Eric G. (au), XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 32
Gucciardo, Gabriella, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Gugerty, Paige, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8, 9
Guggenheim, Harry, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 7
Guggenheim, Solomon R., XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 6–7
Guggenheim Archives, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 7
Guggenheim Museum. See Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Guinness Book of World Records, V:2 (Fall 2005) 18–19
Guiteau, Charles, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 24
Gumby, L. S. Alexander, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 29, 30
Gumby's Book Studio, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 30
Guthrie, Woody, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 4–5
Guy, Amos, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 34
Guy, Melissa, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 34
gymnastics, formal, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 36

habeas corpus, writ of, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 11, 31–36; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 28–30
Hackman, Larry J., X:1 (Summer 2010) 6, 7; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 5
Hackman Research Residents, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 8
Hagadorn, Dr. Stephen, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 47
Halcottsville, N.Y., VI:2 (Fall 2006) 22–23
Hale, Edward Everett, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 29
Half Moon (Halve Maen), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 8; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 11
Half Moon (replica), I:3 (Winter 2002) 12–13
Hall, Mayor A. Oakey, X:1 (Summer 2010) 34
Hall, Clarence Jefferson, Jr. (au), XV:3 (Winter 2016) 14–17
Hall, James, II:4 (Spring 2003) 14–15; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 18–20
Hall, Mary, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 38
Hall, Ralph, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 38
Hall, Susan Emily, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 22
Hall of Governors, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 3, 6–7
Hallam, Basil, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 7, 9
Halleck, Henry W., VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 19–20
Hallenbeck, Arthur, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 5
Hallenbeck, Coreen (au), IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 28–29
Hallenbeck, Lewis (au), IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 28–29
Hallenbeck, Robert "Bob," VI:1 (Summer 2006) 5
Hallenbeck, Robert M., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 4–5
Haller, Gen. Joseph, I:2 (Fall 2001) 15
Hallett, George H., XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 29–30
hallucinogens. See psychedelic revolution
Halsey, Glenn, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 14–15
Halstead, Oliver S., Jr., XV:3 (Winter 2016) 40
Halve Maen. See Half Moon
Hamilton, Abraham. See Russell, Joseph
Hamilton, Alexander, II:4 (Spring 2003) 28–29; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 8–13; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 19–21; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 13; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 6–7; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 11, 12
Hamilton, Angelica, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 10
Hamilton, Elizabeth Schuyler, II:4 (Spring 2003) 28–29
Hamilton, James, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 13
Hamilton, N.Y., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 27
Hamilton, Philip, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 10
Hamlin, Sen. Hannibal, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 24–25
Hamlin Growers and Processors, Inc. (Hamlin, N.Y.), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 7
Hammell, Peter H. (au), XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 32–33
Hammer & Schwarz, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 16–17
Hammond, Surgeon General William A., XI:4 (Spring 2012) 22
Hammond, Tom, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 9
Hancock, John, X:2 (Fall 2010) 7
Handford, Thomas W., V:3 (Winter 2006) 14
Hanna, Jane, X:1 (Summer 2010) 6; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 5
Hanna, John, Jr. (au), V:1 (Summer 2005) 3, 14–17; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 8
Hanna, John, Jr., IX:3 (Winter 2010) 9; X:1 (Summer 2010) 6–7; X:4 (Spring 2011) 5; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 7; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 3
Hannibal, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Hannon, Bronwyn, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 4; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 5
Hansbrough, Blucher W., X:1 (Summer 2010) 21
Hanson, Peter (au), I:1 (Summer 2001) 3, 18–19; I:2 (Fall 2001) 3, 8–9
Harbatkyn, Lisa (au), XV:3 (Winter 2016) 31–35
Hardaway, Cyrus, V:1 (Summer 2005) 25–27
Hardenbergh, Johannes (Hans), X:2 (Fall 2010) 25
Hardenbroeck, Margaret, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 9–13
Hardenburgh, John, III:4 (Spring 2004) 8
Hardin, John J., XI:3 (Winter 2012) 21
Harding, Joseph, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 33
Harlem, N.Y., X:4 (Spring 2011) 11
"Digital Harlem," XII:3 (Winter 2013) 6–7
"Harlem Hellfighters," XV:2 (Fall 2015) 36
Harlem Renaissance, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 28–31
Harlem riot of 1964, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 16–17
"disorder by contagion," XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 18–19
a familiar finale, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 19
"Killer Cops Must Go," XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 17–18
Harper, Jesse, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 8–10
Harper, Martha Matilda, II:2 (Fall 2002) 20–23
Harpur, Robert, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Harrell-Edge, Liza (au), XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 8–9
Harriman, E. H., III:3 (Winter 2004) 21
Harriman, Gov. W. Averell, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 24–28; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 4; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 26
Harrington, Rev. Donald, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9
Harrington, Henry, V:1 (Summer 2005) 25
Harris, Clara, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 15–16, 46
Harris, Frank, III:2 (Fall 2003) 9
Harris, Jean, II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
Harris, Leslie M. (au), III:4 (Spring 2004) 3, 21–24
Harris, Martin, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 17
Harrison, Abby, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 30
Harrison, Katharine, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 38
Harrison, Mortimer J., I:4 (Spring 2002) 7
Harrison, William Henry, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 14
Hart, Kitty Carlisle, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 7
Harte, James P. (au), VI:4 (Spring 2007) 3, 24–28
Harvard Psilocybin Project, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 25–26
Harvard University, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 24–26
Hasbrouck, Col. Jonathan, X:1 (Summer 2010) 17–19
Hasbrouck, Dr. Solomon, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 24
Hasbrouck, Tryntje, X:1 (Summer 2010) 17, 18, 19
Hasbrouck house (Newburgh, N.Y.), X:1 (Summer 2010) 17–19
Haskell, Maj. Gen. William N., III:3 (Winter 2004) 9
Hassan, Delilah, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Hastings, Hugh, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 30–31; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 33
Hauptman, Laurence M. (au), II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 18–20; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 3, 23–26; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 3, 18–21; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 30–33; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 29–32
Havemeyer, Frederick, Jr., XI:4 (Spring 2012) 24, 25
Havemeyer, Frederick, Sr., XI:4 (Spring 2012) 24
Havemeyer, Harry O., XI:4 (Spring 2012) 24
Havemeyer, Henry O., XI:4 (Spring 2012) 26, 27
Havemeyer, Louisine Waldron Elder, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 24, 26
Havemeyer, Theodore A., VII:4 (Spring 2008) 15; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 25
Havemeyer, William, Jr., XI:4 (Spring 2012) 24
Havemeyer, William, Sr., XI:4 (Spring 2012) 24
Haves, Morton, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 7
Hawkins, Jeffrey (au), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 27–31
hay, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4–5,
Hay Weighers, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4
Hayes, Helen, II:2 (Fall 2002) 23
Hayes, Katherine (au), XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 26–30
Hayes, Rutherford B., XI:2 (Fall 2011) 23
Haynes, Joseph, V:1 (Summer 2005) 13
Hazard, Blanche, I:1 (Summer 2001) 15
Head, Truman "California Joe," V:1 (Summer 2005) 23, 27
Headley, Lt.. John W., XI:3 (Winter 2012) 27, 29
health. See also dentistry; hospitals
public, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 17 (see under New York City; typhoid epidemic of 1903)
women and, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 14
Health, New York State Department of, I:2 (Fall 2001) 32; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 32; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 15
Hearst, George R., III, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 5
heat waves, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 8–11
Heath, Morgan L., XI:1 (Summer 2011) 32–33
Hechinger, Fred M., VII:3 (Winter 2008) 24
Hecht, Bill, III:4 (Spring 2004) 8
Heckewelder, John, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 16–17
Hector, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Hedrich, Markus (au), X:4 (Spring 2011) 4, 28–31
Hedrick, U. P., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 12
Heenan, John C., XII:2 (Fall 2012) 22
Held, Huyler, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 7
Heller, Steven, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 10
"Hellmira" (POW camp), X:4 (Spring 2011) 20
Helmer, Lt. Adam, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 25–27, 27
Hemenway, Curtis, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 11
Henderson, Alexander, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 20
Henk, Karl, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 18
Hennessy, John, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 21
Henrietta Marie (slave ship), I:3 (Winter 2002) 18
Henry, Joseph, X:2 (Fall 2010) 15
Henry, Michelle (au), V:1 (Summer 2005) 3, 6; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 3, 16–20; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 3, 14–15; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 3, 6–7; X:1 (Summer 2010) 5, 10–11
Henry, William "Jerry" (fugitive slave), V:3 (Winter 2006) 22–24; X:1 (Summer 2010) 22; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 22
Hepburn, Katharine Houghton "Kit," III:4 (Spring 2004) 14–17
Heritage Documentation Project (NYSA), I:2 (Fall 2001) 2, 13
Herkimer, Nicholas, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 40
Herkimer, N.Y., VI:2 (Fall 2006) 6–7. See also German Flats
Herkimer County, N.Y., XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 13
Herkimer County Historical Society, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 7
Herman, Bryan (au), XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 12–17
Hernández, Dr. Ramona, III:3 (Winter 2004) 7; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 5
Herold, David, X:4 (Spring 2011) 18
Heron, Echo (au), XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 16–20
Hess, Karen (au), XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 40
Hester Street (New York City), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 29
Hetherington, John, V:1 (Summer 2005) 25
Hetherington, Oliver, V:1 (Summer 2005) 25
Hevesi, Alan G., VII:4 (Spring 2008) 4
Hewitt, William, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 20, 23
Hickox, William D., XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 6
Hicks, Granville, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 10–13
Higgins, Robert, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 6
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 23
High Peaks, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 12–15
Highbridge Park (New York City), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 19
highways. See roads and turnpikes
Higinbotham, William, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 16–19
Hilden, David, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Hill, Capt. David, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 23
Hill, George, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 6
Hill, Henry, II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
Hill, Hester "Genwondeshon," IX:3 (Winter 2010) 20–23
Hill, Lorraine, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 6–XII:3 (Winter 2013) 7
Hinchey, Maurice, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 31
Hine, Lewis Wicks, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 17
Hiroshima, Japan, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 25
"Hiroshima Maidens," V:4 (Spring 2006) 6–7
Hiss, Alger, V:1 (Summer 2005) 9
Historical Area Marker Program, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 31
Historical Area Markers in New York State (Office of State History), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 32
Historical Documents Inventory (HDI). See New York Historical Documents Inventory
historical markers, New York State, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 29–32
Historical Society of the Courts of the State of New York, X:2 (Fall 2010) 3
history
education about, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 34–35
writing, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 36–37
Hitchcock, Peggy, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 25–26
Hitchcock, Thomas "Tommy," Jr., XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 24–27
Hitchcock, William "Billy," XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 24, 26–27
Hitler, Adolf, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 19
Hittmann, Stephan, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 6
Hitzig, Dr. William, V:4 (Spring 2006) 6
Hoar, Ebenezer Rockwood, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 23, 25
Hobart, Thomas, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 26–27
Hoboken, N.J., V:2 (Fall 2005) 19
Hodge, Benny, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 10
Hoffman, Alfred, III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Hoffman, Gov. John T., II:4 (Spring 2003) 20–21
Hogan, Frank S., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 19; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 35
Hohmann, Judy P. (au), I:1 (Summer 2001) 3, 8–9, 20–21; I:3 (Winter 2002) 3, 32; II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 7; II:4 (Spring 2003) 3; III:2 (Fall 2003) 3, 6–7, 26–27; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3, 6; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 3–4; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 3–5; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 3–4; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 3, 36; X:2 (Fall 2010) 5, 36; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 3, 6–7; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 40
Hohmann, Judy P., XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 33
Hohn, Dr. David C., IX:1 (Summer 2009) 17
Holbert, William "Billy," XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 14
Holcomb, Charles R. (au), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 19–24
Holden, Maria, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 5
Holden, Maria (au), I:3 (Winter 2002) 3, 31; I:4 (Spring 2002) 3; II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 31; II:2 (Fall 2002) 3, 31; III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 7; V:2 (Fall 2005) 3–4; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 3, 6–7
Holland, Joy (au), IX:4 (Spring 2010) 6–7
Holland, Meredith Cherven (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3
Holland Patent, N.Y., V:3 (Winter 2006) 13
Holley, Marietta, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 20–22
Holliday, Thomas (au), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 4, 16–19
Holmes, Daniel, Jr., V:3 (Winter 2006) 27
Holmes, John, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21, 22
Holmes, Mary Jane, V:3 (Winter 2006) 25–27
Holocaust, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 20–23; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 10
Holtzman, Benjamin, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 6
Holy Trinity Monastery, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 13–17
Holzer, Harold, III:1 (Summer 2003) 26–27; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 35; V:3 (Winter 2006) 4, 35; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 5; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 5; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 8–9; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 10, 11; X:1 (Summer 2010) 7; X:3 (Winter 2011) 3, 7; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 6; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 3; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 10; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 6
Holzer, Harold (au), I:1 (Summer 2001) 3, 10–12; I:4 (Spring 2002) 4; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 2–3, 8–12
home economics, I:1 (Summer 2001) 14–15; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 12–17
Home Mission Society, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 30
Homer, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Hone, Philip, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 16
Hooker, Daniel, V:3 (Winter 2006) 35
Hooker, Elizabeth, III:2 (Fall 2003) 11
Hooper, Helen, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 11
Hooper, William R., X:3 (Winter 2011) 36, 37
Hoover, Herbert, V:4 (Spring 2006) 10; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 29
hop farming, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 16–20
Hope, Bob, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 7
Hopkins, Samuel Miles, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 24
Hopper, Franklin, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 16–17
Hornblass, Ava, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 8
Horne, Field (au), II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 21–23
Horner, Harlan Hoyt, X:4 (Spring 2011) 6, 7
Horowitz, Milton, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 31
horseracing, III:1 (Summer 2003) 18–21; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 30
horses dying in heat wave, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 8–9, 11
Horsford, Eben Norton, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 9; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 26
Horton, Gilbert, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 27–29
Horton, Herbert A., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 32
Horton, James Oliver, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 30, 32
Horton, James Oliver (au), VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 4–5, 37–41
Horton, Theodore, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 16
Horwitz, Tony, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 5
Hosack, Dr. David, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 15
hospitals, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 28–29
war, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 20–23
Hotaling, Ed (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 18–21
Hotel Cambridge (Cambridge, N.Y.), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 20
hotels, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 10–13
Houghton, Katharine, III:4 (Spring 2004) 17
House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC), I:1 (Summer 2001) 18–19; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 33
House of Pansa. See Pompeian House
Household Training program, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 26–29
Howard, Bill (au), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 25–28 (au)
Howard, Cordelia, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 12, 14–15
Howard, George C., VI:3 (Winter 2007) 14–15
Howard, William F. (au), III:3 (Winter 2004) 3, 8–12; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 3, 6–9; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 3, 21–24; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 12–16; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 14–18; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 36–37
Howard Colored Orphan Asylum (Brooklyn, N.Y.), V:1 (Summer 2005) 12
Howe, Walter, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 31
Howell, Arthur, V:2 (Fall 2005) 8
Howell, Elizabeth Gardiner, V:2 (Fall 2005) 7–9
Howlett, Charles F. (au), III:2 (Fall 2003) 3, 20–22; V:1 (Summer 2005) 3, 28–31; V:4 (Spring 2006) 3, 20–23; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 3, 8–11; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 4, 20–23; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 3, 22–25
Hoyt, George L., III:4 (Spring 2004) 30–31
Hoyt, Sam, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Hubbell, Robert, III:2 (Fall 2003) 15
Hubert, Larry, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 5
Hudowalski, Edward, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 13
Hudowalski, Grace, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 13–15
Hudson, Henry, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 12; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 7; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 8; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 20
Hudson, N.Y.
Lincoln's speech at, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 10
whaling industry, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 18–22
Hudson Bay, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 8
Hudson-Champlain Ball, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 7
Hudson-Fulton Champlain Quadricentennial Commission, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 4; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 7; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 10–11; X:1 (Summer 2010) 36
Hudson River, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 20–21; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 24. See also Great Easter Flood of 1913
Hudson River Mill (Corinth, N.Y.), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 16–19
Hudson River Panorama (Albany Institute of History & Art), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 10–11
Hudson River Pulp and Paper Company strike of 1910 (Corinth, N.Y.), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 23
a 1908 strike focuses issues, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 24
the company begins to waiver, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 26–27
National Guard comes in, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 25–26
a signal victory for labor, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 27
violence erupts, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 24–25
Hudson River School of Art, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 10
Hudson Valley, N.Y., VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 33–35; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 9; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 24
Huffcutt, Robert, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 28
Huggins, Kelli (au), XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 12–15
Hughes, Alice, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 25–26
Hughes, Gov. Charles Evans, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 30; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 36; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 25; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 27, 28
Hughes, Isaiah Harris. See Fakir of Ava
Hugill-Fontanel, Amelia (au), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 10–12
Hull, Cordell, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 11
Hull, George, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 32–35
human rights. See also civil rights
records of, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 6–7
Humez, Jean, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 23
Humphrey, Hubert, III:1 (Summer 2003) 27
Humphrey, James Kemuel, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 28–31
hunger, stamping out, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 38–39
Hunger Prevention and Nutrition Assistance Program (HPNAP), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 38
Hunt, Governor Washington, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 14
Hunter, Judy, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Hunter N.Y., Kaaterskill Falls, V:3 (Winter 2006) 32
hunting, bounty, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 6–7
Huntington, Anna Hyatt, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 30
Huntington, N.Y., I:1 (Summer 2001) 4; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 34; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 6–7
Huntington, Rev. W. H., XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 23
Hurley, James, V:1 (Summer 2005) 13
Huston, Tillinghast, III:4 (Spring 2004) 18–20
Huth, Geof, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 5
Huth, Geof (au), I:3 (Winter 2002) 3, 30; II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 30; V:3 (Winter 2006) 3, 31; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 5–7; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 6–7; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 8–9
Huxley, Carole F., I:1 (Summer 2001) 28; I:4 (Spring 2002) 5; III:4 (Spring 2004) 6; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 5
Hyde, James Hazen, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 29, 30, 31
Hyde Park, N.Y., XI:4 (Spring 2012) 28–32; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 18–19; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 10; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 30
Hydesville, N.Y., I:3 (Winter 2002) 19–21
Hylan, John, III:4 (Spring 2004) 19

I Love New York campaign, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 7; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 3; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 40
IBM Pavillion, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 29–30
Ibrahima, Abdul Rahman, X:3 (Winter 2011) 21, 24
ice harvesting, III:3 (Winter 2004) 32
identity (ID) cards, X:4 (Spring 2011) 15–X:3 (Winter 2011) 17
Ilion, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Illinois, USS, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 21
immigration. See also Narita, Suye
alien profile, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 34–35
Asian, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 21
Catholics, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 27
into Chautauqua Co., N.Y., VI:3 (Winter 2007) 16–19
Chinese, I:4 (Spring 2002) 14
Dutch, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 8–11
Germans, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 19
invisible immigrants, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 23–24
Irish, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 21; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 34–35
Jews, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 9; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 20–23 (see also Jewish delicatessens)
Muslims, X:3 (Winter 2011) 21–24; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 20–24
naturalization records and, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 34–35
Immigration, Commission of, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 34
Immigration Act of 1917, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 21
Immigration Law of 1907, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 34
Improved Order of Red Men, V:2 (Fall 2005) 30
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, V:2 (Fall 2005) 30
Independent Reflector, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 17–19
Indian Point Park (Buchanan, N.Y.), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 19
infant abandonment, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 14–17
Infant Hospital (Randall's Island, N.Y.), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 16
information technology, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 3
insanity. See mental illness; New York State Lunatic Asylum; Silkman, James
insurance industry. See life insurance industry
insurance maps, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 15
Intelligent Whale (submarine), XV:3 (Winter 2016) 40
Inter-University Program for Latino Research, III:3 (Winter 2004) 6–7
International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), X:4 (Spring 2011) 11–13
International Brotherhood of Paper Makers (IBPM), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 24–26
International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers (IBPSMW), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 24
International Foundation for Election Systems, V:1 (Summer 2005) 9
International Foundation for Internal Freedom (IFIF), XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 25–26
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU), V:3 (Winter 2006) 18–21
International Motor Racing Research Center (Watkins Glen, N.Y.), I:2 (Fall 2001) 4
International Paper Company (Corinth, N.Y.), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 16–19; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 23–26, 24
International Revolving Doors, X:3 (Winter 2011) 36
Irene, Hurricane, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 6
Irish Americans, II:4 (Spring 2003) 20–22; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 34–35. See also O'Donovan Rossa, Jeremiah
Irish Classical Theatre Company (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
The Irish Vindicator and Canada General Advertiser, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 16, 17
Iroquois Indians, V:4 (Spring 2006) 18–19; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 8–11; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 18–19; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 22; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 18–21
An Irrepressible Conflict: The Empire State in the Civil War (exhibition), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 8–10
Irving, Washington, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 17
Irwin, Agnes, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 25
Iselin, Dr. John Jay, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 5; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 10
Islam. See Muslims in New York City
Islamic Cultural Center (New York City), X:3 (Winter 2011) 20, 23
Islamic Mission in America, X:3 (Winter 2011) 23
The Island at the Center of the World (Shorto), IV:4 (Spring 2005) 8–11
Israeli-Palestinian conflict, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 11, 12
Isserman, Maurice, X:2 (Fall 2010) 31
Iszard's Department Store, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 6
a family legacy, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 7
impressive expansion, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 6–7
Italian-American Labor Council (IALC), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 38
Italian Americans, V:1 (Summer 2005) 18–22
Ithaca, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 28–30
typhus outbreak, 1903, III:1 (Summer 2003) 22–23; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 24–28
Ives-Quinn Anti-Discrimination Law, 1945, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 28; X:4 (Spring 2011) 10–13
Iwahashi, Takeo, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 24

J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation, III:4 (Spring 2004) 5; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 36
Jackson, Andrew, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 17
Jackson, Francis, V:3 (Winter 2006) 24
Jackson, James W., XII:4 (Spring 2013) 17
Jackson, Kittie E., II:3 (Winter 2003) 25
Jacob Burns Foundation, I:4 (Spring 2002) 7
Jacobi, Vincent, X:4 (Spring 2011) 12
Jacobs, Jane, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 27
Jacobson, Israel Gaynor, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 28
Jacoby, Florence Greenhouse, X:3 (Winter 2011) 18–19
Jagow, Wayne, III:4 (Spring 2004) 7
jails. See prisons; specific facilities
James, Ed, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 22
James, Peter, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 15
Jamestown, N.Y., III:1 (Summer 2003) 5; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 32–35
Jamestown City School District (Chautauqua Co., N.Y.), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 6
Jamieson, Billy, X:1 (Summer 2010) 14–15
Janis, Elsie, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 6–9
Janower, David Griggs, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 3
Jansen, William, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 32
Japan, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 23–26
Japanese Americans, internment of, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 20
Jarvis, Noah, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 7
Javits, Jacob, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 12
Javits, Marion, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 12
Jaworowicz, Patricia, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 7
Jay, John, I:4 (Spring 2002) 17–19
Jay, William, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 27–29
Jay Treaty, 1794, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 20
Jayne, Barbara, III:2 (Fall 2003) 11
Jefferson, Thomas, I:3 (Winter 2002) 28–29; II:2 (Fall 2002) 14–15; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 10–12, 19–21; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 13; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 20; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 13–15; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 22–23; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 9, 12
Jefferson Co., N.Y.
abolition and, V:2 (Fall 2005) 26
hay scales in, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4–5
women's rights movement in, V:2 (Fall 2005) 23–27
Jefferson Park, X:2 (Fall 2010) 36
Jenkins, Elisha, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 20–23
Jenkins, Seth, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 18–19
Jenkins, Thomas, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 18–19
Jennings, Hughie, II:4 (Spring 2003) 8
Jerabek, Charles, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 25–26
Jerome, William Travers, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 10, 13
Jessup, Eddie Lewis, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 36–37
Jessup, Isaac, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 22–23
Jewel (singer), X:2 (Fall 2010) 31
jewel heist at American Museum of Natural History, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 32–35
Jewish Americans, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 24
Catskill Mountain resorts, II:1 (Summer 2002) 12–15
Center for Jewish History, I:4 (Spring 2002) 6–7
criminals, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 30–32
documentaries on, I:4 (Spring 2002) 6–7
history DVD-ROM, I:4 (Spring 2002) 7
Holocaust Survivors, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 20–23
newspapers for, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 24–27
organizations for, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 36
Jewish delicatessens, X:1 (Summer 2010) 28–29
as cultural delis, X:1 (Summer 2010) 31
from kosher to kosher-style, X:1 (Summer 2010) 30–31
as part of the American cuisine, X:1 (Summer 2010) 31–32
a symphony of food, X:1 (Summer 2010) 29–30
Jews, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 37
Jiang, Youkun, I:2 (Fall 2001) 17, 19
Jim Crow labor union, X:4 (Spring 2011) 11–12
John Brown on His Way to Execution (Ransom), XII:4 (Spring 2013) 19
John Taylor & Sons, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 26–27
Johnson, Alphonso, II:3 (Winter 2003) 25
Johnson, Claudia "Lady Bird," II:2 (Fall 2002) 23
Johnson, Clint (au), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 5, 26–29
Johnson, George F., II:3 (Winter 2003) 16–17
Johnson, Grace, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 6
Johnson, Guy, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 23
Johnson, Helen Kendrick, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 26–28
Johnson, Sgt. Henry, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 36–37
Johnson, Lyndon B., II:2 (Fall 2002) 5; III:1 (Summer 2003) 26–27
Johnson, Robert, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 17, 19
Johnson, Rossiter, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 26–27
Johnson, Sir William, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 22–25; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 12; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 19; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 20–21
Johnson, Willis Fletcher, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 29–30
Johnson family, Johnstown, N.Y., IV:3 (Winter 2005) 22–25
Johnston, Glenn T. (au), I:2 (Fall 2001) 3, 14–15
Johnstown, N.Y., IV:3 (Winter 2005) 24–25
Joint Legislative Committee to Investigate Seditious Activities. See Lusk Committee
Jones, John W., V:3 (Winter 2006) 23
Jones, Mary, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 30–31
Jones, Oliver Livingston, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 30–31
Jones, R. Clifford (au), IX:4 (Spring 2010) 28–31
Jones, Rosalie Gardiner, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 30–31
Jones, Susan Henshaw (au), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 4
Jones, Thai (au), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 12–17
Jones, Maj. Thomas, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 32
Jones Beach State Park, Long Island, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 32; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 25–26
Joplin, Janis, X:2 (Fall 2010) 31
Jordanville, N.Y. See Holy Trinity Monastery
Joselit, Jenna Weissman (au), IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 23–26
Joseph B. Radez Elementary School (Cobleskill Richmond Central School District), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Josephine (whaler), III:4 (Spring 2004) 9
Joslyn, Roger D. (au), IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3, 29; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 32–33
journalism
Colonial period, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 17–19
romance of crime literature, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 21–23
Yiddish newspapers, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 24–27
Judaism. See Jewish Americans; Sabbath
judge, first African American woman, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 26–29
Julliard School (New York City), III:2 (Fall 2003) 4
Jumel, Eliza, X:1 (Summer 2010) 24–25
"outshone by a Negro," X:1 (Summer 2010) 25–27
punished but undaunted, X:1 (Summer 2010) 27
unconventional roles, X:1 (Summer 2010) 25–26
Jumel, Stephen, X:1 (Summer 2010) 24–25
Junius, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31

Kaaterskill Falls (Hunter N.Y.), V:3 (Winter 2006) 32
Kafka, Emanuel, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 24
Kammen, Carol (au), X:4 (Spring 2011) 4, 26–27; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 4, 20–23
Kandel, Jacobi, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 8
Kane, Elisha Kent, I:3 (Winter 2002) 21
"Kansas Charley," III:3 (Winter 2004) 16–17
Karonghyontye, Mohawk Chief, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 23
Karpiak, Christine (au), I:4 (Spring 2002) 3, 32; II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 26; II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 32; III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 28–29; III:2 (Fall 2003) 3, 28; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 32; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3, 32; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 3, 32; V:1 (Summer 2005) 3, 33; V:2 (Fall 2005) 3, 28–29; V:3 (Winter 2006) 3, 28–29; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 3, 32; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 3, 32; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 3; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3, 34–35; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 3, 33; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 5, 48; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 36; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 36; X:1 (Summer 2010) 5, 33; X:3 (Winter 2011) 5, 36; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 4, 33
Kaser, Dr. James, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 6
Kaufman, Judge Irving, X:1 (Summer 2010) 4
Kavinkoy Theatre (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Kazin, Alfred, X:1 (Summer 2010) 30
Kearns, Edna, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 28–30
Kearns, Marguerite (au), XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 28–31
Kearns, Serena, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 28–31
Keckly, Elizabeth, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 28–30
Keene, Carolyn, V:4 (Spring 2006) 14
Kefauver, Estes, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 24–26
Kellar, Harry, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 16
Keller, Helen, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 23–26
Kelley, Nancy (au), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 8
Kelley, Oliver, X:1 (Summer 2010) 10
Kelly, William, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 4
Kelsey, Adaline, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 19
Kemmler, William, V:3 (Winter 2006) 16; X:4 (Spring 2011) 31
Kempe, John Tabor, III:1 (Summer 2003) 14–15
Kenaday, Alexander, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 34; X:3 (Winter 2011) 38, 39
Kennedy, Assistant Marshal, X:1 (Summer 2010) 34–35
Kennedy, Jacqueline, II:2 (Fall 2002) 23
Kennedy, John F., II:2 (Fall 2002) 5; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 34–35; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 34
Kennedy, Robert Cobb, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 27, 29
Kennedy, William, I:1 (Summer 2001) 20–21; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 6; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 8
Kennedy, William (au), VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 4–5, 13–17
Kenney, Luella, I:2 (Fall 2001) 24
Kenyon, Cecil "Teddy," III:2 (Fall 2003) 11
Keough, Brian (au), XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 10–12
Ketchledge, Dr. Edwin, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 14
Keyes, Gen. Erasmus D., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 26
Kieft, Willem, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 35
Kieran, John, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 11
Kilbreth, Mary, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 28
Kinard, James, X:4 (Spring 2011) 11, 12, 13
King, Coretta Scott, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 7
King, Hetty, III:4 (Spring 2004) 22
King, John B., XII:1 (Summer 2012) 6
King, Dr. Martin Luther, Jr., III:1 (Summer 2003) 27; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 32, 33; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 34–35
King Creole (film), IX:4 (Spring 2010) 34, 35
King's Royal Regiment of New York, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 25
Kingston, N.Y., I:3 (Winter 2002) 9–10; X:1 (Summer 2010) 18
Kinsella, Daniel, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 5
Kinsella, Jack (au), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 5
Kircher, Jim, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 6
Kirkland, Samuel, V:4 (Spring 2006) 19; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 9–10
Kirschenfeld, Jonathan, II:1 (Summer 2002) 10–11
Kishke King Deli (Brooklyn, N.Y.), X:1 (Summer 2010) 29
Kissane, Gerri, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 5
Kittrell, Flemmie, I:1 (Summer 2001) 15
Klapthor, Dennis, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 17
Klinko, Cpl. Andrew J., IX:3 (Winter 2010) 15
Knapp, Clara Blanche, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 15
Knapp, Florence, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 12–15
Knapp, Gretchen E. (au), IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3, 26–28
Knapp, Philip Schuyler, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 12
Knights of Pythias, V:2 (Fall 2005) 30
Knights of the Maccabees, V:2 (Fall 2005) 30
Knoblauch, Edward H. (au), I:1 (Summer 2001) 3, 28; II:2 (Fall 2002) 3, 32; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3, 7; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 3, 8–9
Know-Nothings, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 26–28
Knox, Gen. Henry, X:2 (Fall 2010) 11
Knox, Seymour, III:2 (Fall 2003) 32
Koblenz, Barry (au), V:4 (Spring 2006) 3–4
Koblenz, Miriam, V:4 (Spring 2006) 4
Koch, Mayor Edward "Ed" I., XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 36
Koch, Dr. Robert, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 26
Kodak Pavillion, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 30
Koenig, Louis, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 21–23
Kohli, Mike, X:2 (Fall 2010) 30
Kohn, Edward P. (au), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3, 8–11
Konop, Edward, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 11
Kornheisl, Jessica (au), V:4 (Spring 2006) 3–5
Koropsak, Jane (au), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 19
Kosciuszko, Thaddeus, II:2 (Fall 2002) 13
Koshelle, Nathan, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 21–23
kosher delicatessens, X:1 (Summer 2010) 30
Kozakiewicz, Dr. Lauren, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 12–13
Kozakiewicz, Dr. Lauren (au), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3, 22–25
Kreischer family, Staten Island, N.Y., III:3 (Winter 2004) 14–15
Kresge, Jeff, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 6
Krieble, Gladys, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 8
Kruczek-Aaron, Hadley (au), II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 29
Krulder, Master. Srgt. John, V:1 (Summer 2005) 29–30
Kubik, Dorothy (au), III:2 (Fall 2003) 3, 13–15
kuchalayns, II:1 (Summer 2002) 13–15
Kuhn, Allen Dale, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 33–35, 34

La Escuela Electrónica (the Electronic Schoolhouse) Web site, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 4–5
La Guardia, Mayor Fiorello, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 20–23
La Guardia Administration, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 28
LaBella, Barbara, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Labor Stage (theater troupe), V:3 (Winter 2006) 19–21
Lachman, Sen. Seymour, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 8
Ladies' National Covenant, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 28
Lafayette (canal boat), X:2 (Fall 2010) 15
LaFever, C. Raymond (au), II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 30–31; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 8; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 4, 6–7
LaGuardia, Fiorello, II:4 (Spring 2003) 23, 25
Laidlaw, Dr. Walter, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 13
Lake Cayuga, N.Y., VII:3 (Winter 2008) 28–29. See also Frontenac
Lake Champlain, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 12–15; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 9; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 18–22
Lake Colden, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 13
Lake George, N.Y., III:3 (Winter 2004) 24–26; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 13. See also Fort William Henry
Lake Mohonk Conferences, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 22–25
lasting legacy, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 25
as U.S-led, but internationally focused, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 23–24
Lake Mohonk Mountain House, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 23
Lake Ontario, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 30–33; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 11–15
Lake Ontario and Hudson River Railroad Company, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21
Lake Placid, N.Y., IX:3 (Winter 2010) 11; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 18
Jews in, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 20
Olympic Games and, V:3 (Winter 2006) 6–7; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 18
snowshoeing in, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 32
Lake Placid Winter Olympic Games Museum, V:3 (Winter 2006) 6
Lake Winnepesaukee, N.Y., VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 10
Lamb, Brian, V:3 (Winter 2006) 4
Lambert, Eleanor, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 25
Lancaster, Jane (au), X:1 (Summer 2010) 5, 24–27
Lance, Suzanne (au), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 5, 11–15
Land League of Yonkers, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 28
land ownership and land grants, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 33
Land So Fair (Fabend), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 32–34
land tenure, system of, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 18
Landau, Ellen, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 4–5
Landau's Delicatessen (Brooklyn, N.Y.), X:1 (Summer 2010) 30
Lander, Devin R. (au), XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 24–27
Landing, Ed (au), II:4 (Spring 2003) 3, 13–15
Landis, Kenesaw Mountain, III:4 (Spring 2004) 19–20
Lane, Liz, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 7
Lanesville, N.Y., III:3 (Winter 2004) 31
Langbein, John, X:3 (Winter 2011) 29
Langdon, Ida, X:3 (Winter 2011) 15
Langdon, Jervis, X:3 (Winter 2011) 12
Langmuir, Irving, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 10–11
Lankford, John, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 10
Lansing, N.Y., VII:3 (Winter 2008) 28
Lansingburgh, N.Y., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 16–18; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 5
Lansky, Meyer, III:1 (Summer 2003) 19
Lant, John A., X:3 (Winter 2011) 22
Lanza, Joseph "Socks," VII:1 (Summer 2007) 26–27
Larry J. Hackman Research Residents, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 8
The Last of the Mohicans: A Narrative of 1757 (Cooper), XV:3 (Winter 2016) 26–29. See also Cooper, James Fenimore
as a historical narrative, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 29
shaky sources for, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 29–30
Lathrop, Clarissa, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 29
Latimer, Lewis, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 14–17
Latin Americans, II:3 (Winter 2003) 8–11; III:4 (Spring 2004) 5
Inter-University Program for Latino Research, III:3 (Winter 2004) 6–7
literacy project (New York State Archives), II:4 (Spring 2003) 4–5
politics and, I:3 (Winter 2002) 24–26
Laufer, Bernard, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 19
Lawrence, Martin, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 21
Lawson, Sen. Robert R., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 15
League of Women's Voters, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 14
Leake, Robert William, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 19–21
Leake and Watts Services, Inc. (Yonkers, N.Y.), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 21
Leaming, Barbara, III:4 (Spring 2004) 17
Leary, Timothy, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 24–27
Leavitt, Charles, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 16, 17
LeBoeuf, Randall, Jr., VI:2 (Fall 2006) 14
Lee, Ann, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 30; X:4 (Spring 2011) 23; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 16–17
Lee, Gen. Edwin Gray, X:4 (Spring 2011) 20
Lee, Paul (au), VII:2 (Fall 2007) 3, 32–33
Lee, Gen. Robert E., XII:1 (Summer 2012) 9
Lee, Susan A. (au), II:2 (Fall 2002) 3, 27
Lee, Tom, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 25–26
Lee, Tropical Storm. See Tropical Storm Lee
Leepson, Marc (au), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 5, 22–25
LeFevre, Lt. Johannes, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 24
LeFevre, Ralph, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 25
"Legacies Project" (NYSA), III:4 (Spring 2004) 5
Legion of Decency, I:4 (Spring 2002) 23–25
Lehman, Edith Louise, III:2 (Fall 2003) 28–29
Lehman, Gov. Herbert H., I:4 (Spring 2002) 28; II:4 (Spring 2003) 23–25; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 38, 39; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 33
Lemak, Jennifer (au), XI:2 (Fall 2011) 3, 9–13; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 4, 33–36
Lembrecht, Deb, V:1 (Summer 2005) 7
Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich, X:2 (Fall 2010) 32, 33
Lentz, Christopher, X:3 (Winter 2011) 19
lesbianism, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 20–22
Levitt, Abraham, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 10
Levitt, Alfred, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 9–13
Levitt, Simone, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 10, 12–13
Levitt, William, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 9–13
Levittown, Long Island, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 9–13
Levy, Drew, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Levy, Jefferson Monroe, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 23, 24, 25
Levy, Michael, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 23
Levy, Commodore Uriah Phillips, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 23–25
Lewandowski, Stephen (au), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 3, 24–27
Lewis, John, X:3 (Winter 2011) 14
Lewis, John L., IX:1 (Summer 2009) 9, 10
Lewis, Gov. Morgan, V:3 (Winter 2006) 28–29; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 20–21
Lewis, N.Y., VII:4 (Spring 2008) 8–10
Lewis, Sinclair, III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Lewis, Susan Ingalls (au), XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 18–22
L’Hommedieu, Ezra, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 9
Liberty High School (New York City), I:2 (Fall 2001) 17–19
Liberty Party, V:2 (Fall 2005) 25–26
librarians, women, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 15–19
Library Employees Union (LEU), XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 18
Lieb, Fred, III:4 (Spring 2004) 20
life insurance industry, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 27
cost of acquiring new policyholders, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 30
investments, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 30–31
political regulation, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 29
and the power of the press, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 28–29
salaries and benefits, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 29–30
Lifflander, Matthew L. (au), IX:4 (Spring 2010) 18–23; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 5, 10–13
Liggett Hall, X:2 (Fall 2010) 18
Lila Acheson and DeWitt Wallace Fund, I:2 (Fall 2001) 12
Lilley, William D. (au), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 4, 29–32
Linaberry, Della, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 33–34
Lincoln, Abraham, I:1 (Summer 2001) 10–13; I:3 (Winter 2002) 21; V:1 (Summer 2005) 24, 26; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 5, 23–24; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 2–3, 34, 37, 46; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 27; X:1 (Summer 2010) 16
in Albany, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 13–17
assassination, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 15–16, 46; X:4 (Spring 2011) 18–21
attack on New York City intended to disrupt the re-election of, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 26–29
birthday commemorations, X:1 (Summer 2010) 36
civil liberties suspensed by, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 11, 31–36
Civil War diplomacy, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 6–7; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 24–27; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 34–35
Elmer E. Ellsworth and, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 14, 16–18
Emancipation Proclamation and, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 38; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 33–36 (see also Emancipation Proclamation)
European crises and, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 26–27
Frederick Douglass and, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 37–41
funeral procession, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 16–17
governors supporting and opposing, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 25–28
Leonard Wells Volk and, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 48
life masks, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 48
USS Monitor and, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 22–25
reputation in New York, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 42–45
rethinking slavery, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 39–40 (see also slavery)
speeches in New York, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 8–12
suspension of writ of habeas corpus, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 11
underage soldiers in Civil War and, X:3 (Winter 2011) 25, 26
at West Point, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 18–21
when Albany challenged, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 31–36
William H. Seward and, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 24–27
writing and, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 2–3
Lincoln, Emily P., XII:2 (Fall 2012) 38–39
Lincoln, Mary Todd, I:3 (Winter 2002) 21; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 26–30
Lincoln, Robert, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 30
Lindbergh, Charles, III:2 (Fall 2003) 9
Lindy's (delicatessen), X:1 (Summer 2010) 30, 31
Ling, Leon, V:4 (Spring 2006) 24–27
Linnaean Botanic Garden and Nursery (Queens, N.Y.), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 15
Lipton, Michael (au), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 3, 18–21
Liquor Tax Law, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 12–17
Liquori, Donna, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 3
Little Women Civic League, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 31
Littleton, Maud, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 25
Livermore, Henrietta Wells, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 25
Livermore, Me., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20
Livingston, Henry, Jr., V:4 (Spring 2006) 5
Livingston, Philip, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 17
Livingston, Robert R., IV:1 (Summer 2004) 19–22; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 9
Livingston, William, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 16–19
Livingston Masonic Library (New York City), V:2 (Fall 2005) 31
Local 1 and Local 1A (IATSE), X:4 (Spring 2011) 11–13
Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund (LGRMIF), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 3; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 3
Local Government Records Program (NYSA), III:1 (Summer 2003) 6–7
local government training, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 5
Local Historian's Law of 1919, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 3
Lockerbie bombing. See Pan Am Flight 103
Lockood, John Freeborn, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 34
Lockood Marble Works, J.F., VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 35
Lockyer, Capt. Benjamin, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 31, 32
logging, I:3 (Winter 2002) 32
Lomenzo, John P., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 10
London (ship), XII:1 (Summer 2012) 31, 32
Long Island, N.Y., XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 24
aviation, III:2 (Fall 2003) 8–12
Prohibition and, II:3 (Winter 2003) 21–23
summertime activities, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 14–15, 33
whaling, III:4 (Spring 2004) 9; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 20–23
witch hunts, V:2 (Fall 2005) 6–9
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21
Longull, Michael, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 30
Loomis, Grove, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 31–32
Loomis, Harold, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 8
Loomis, Rhoda Mallot, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 32
Loomis gang, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 30–32
Lord, Francis A., X:3 (Winter 2011) 26
Lorello, Daniel (au), I:1 (Summer 2001) 3, 32; II:4 (Spring 2003) 3, 30; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 3
lotteries, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 15. See also policy rackets
Loughrey, Bill (au), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 27–31
Louisiana Purchase, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 11–12, 19–22
Love, Capt. Edmund, III:3 (Winter 2004) 10–11
Love Canal environmental disaster, I:2 (Fall 2001) 23–25
Lowe, Thaddeus, III:4 (Spring 2004) 30
Lowell, James Russell, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21–23, 25
Lowry, David, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 5
LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide). See psychedelic revolution
Lucht, Tracy (au), XV:3 (Winter 2016) 22–25
Lucius N. Littauer Foundation, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 36
Ludington, Col. Henry, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 29
Ludington, Sybil, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 29–31
Lugar, Richard, V:1 (Summer 2005) 9
Lui, Mary Ting Yi (au), V:4 (Spring 2006) 3, 24–27
Lujack, John, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 11
Lumsden, Linda J. (au), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 3, 8–11
Luna Park (Coney Island, Brooklyn, N.Y.), III:1 (Summer 2003) 8–12
Lusk, Clayton R., IX:1 (Summer 2009) 33
Lusk Committee (Joint Legislative Committee to Investigate Seditious Activities), III:2 (Fall 2003) 19; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 32–33; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 33–34; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 34
Luther, Roger, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 15
Lynch, Patrick, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 17
Lysander, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31

MacArthur, John D., XV:2 (Fall 2015) 35
MacBain, Capt. Robert, II:2 (Fall 2002) 22–23
MacDonald, Dr. Carlos, X:4 (Spring 2011) 30, 31
Macdonough, Commodore Thomas, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 14
Machold Storage Law of 1915, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 17
Mackenzie, Clarence, X:3 (Winter 2011) 27, 28
Mackin, Jeanne (au), I:3 (Winter 2002) 3, 19–21
MacMahon, Audrey, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 20
Macomb, Brig. Gen. Alexander, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 14; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 20
Macomb's Purchase, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21
Macrae, Jane, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 22
Macy's, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 9
Madison, James, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 20–22; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 13; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 20; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 13; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 12; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 24, 25
Madison, Josie, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 3
Madison Co., N.Y.
Civil War sharps shooters and, V:1 (Summer 2005) 24
hop farming in, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 16–20
muck farming in, V:1 (Summer 2005) 18–22
Madison County Historical Society, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 20
Magaddino, Stefano, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 26
magicians. See Fakir of Ava
Magnani, Anna, I:4 (Spring 2002) 23–24
Mahoney, Gail (au), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 5, 14–18; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 4, 10–14; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 18–23
Mahoney, Walter, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 26
Mahre, Phil, V:3 (Winter 2006) 6
Maidstone Golf Club (East Hampton, L.I.), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 15
USS Maine, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 30–31
Maines, Andrew C. (au), IV:3 (Winter 2005) 3, 29
Makomis Mountain Firetower, II:1 (Summer 2002) 32
Malcolm X, X:3 (Winter 2011) 23
Malcomson, Robert (au), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 4, 28–31
Maldonado, Normandía, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 36
Malin, Gay, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 21–22
Mallon, Mary ("Typhoid Mary"), XII:1 (Summer 2012) 28
Malone, Maud, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 18
Malone, N.Y., II:1 (Summer 2002) 6
Maloney, C. J. (au), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 4
Maloy, John, I:4 (Spring 2002) 15
Manhanset Chapel, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 29
Manhattan, N.Y. See also specific topics
purchase of, from Native Americans, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 16–19
Manhattan Bridge, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 22
Manhattan College (Bronx, N.Y.), V:3 (Winter 2006) 9
Manhattan Company, V:1 (Summer 2005) 33
Manhattan Gas Works, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 28
Manhattan Project, X:1 (Summer 2010) 16
Manlius, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
manufactured gas plants (MGPs), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 30–32
map companies, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 12–15
maple syrup industry, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 36
mapmaking, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 18–20
drawing New York, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 21
symbols and motifs, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 20–21
maps, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 12–15
for the digital age, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 15
Marathon, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Marcellus, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Marcy, William L., XI:2 (Fall 2011) 21; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 27
Marcy State Hospital (Utica, N.Y.), VI:2 (Fall 2006) 15
Marichal, Juan, III:3 (Winter 2004) 6
Marmo, Ann, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 27
Marquand Gallery (Metropolitan Museum of Art), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 18
marriage equality, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 28–29
Marshall, George, X:1 (Summer 2010) 8; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 12, 13
Marshall, Louis, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 34; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 12
Marshall, Robert, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 11, 12, 13
Martin, Lt. Col. Robert, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 27, 29
Marvin, Doctor, X:2 (Fall 2010) 16
Marx, Harpo, X:1 (Summer 2010) 30–31
mascot, dog as, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 12–15
Mason, Sen. Edwyn, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 31
Mason, Hannah, II:3 (Winter 2003) 14–15
Mason, Sgt. Silas, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 16
Massena, N.Y., IX:2 (Fall 2009) 27
Mateus, Jorge Arévalo (au), IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3–5
Matos Rodríguez, Félix V. (au), I:3 (Winter 2002) 3, 24–26
Mattheou, Antonia, I:1 (Summer 2001) 4; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 6
Mattheou, Antonia (au), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 5–7
Matthews, Annie, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 25
Matthews, Harry Bradshaw (au), I:1 (Summer 2001) 3, 30–31
Mattrazzo, Anthony (au), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 8–9
Mauhs-Pugh, Thomas J. (au), II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 31
Maul, Jessica (au), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 34
Mawsood, Chacha, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 22
Maxim, Hiram Stevens, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 15
May, Vanessa (au), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 3, 26–29
May Day parades, X:3 (Winter 2011) 32, 35
Maynard, Joan, V:1 (Summer 2005) 12
Mays, Willie, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 22–23
Mazeppa (SÅ‚owacki), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 21–23, 22
Mazur, Alan, I:2 (Fall 2001) 24
McBride, Spencer W. (au), XV:1 (Summer 2015) 16–19
McCall, H. Carl, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 8
McCall, John, III:4 (Spring 2004) 12; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 28
McCarthy, Reagan "Tex," IV:3 (Winter 2005) 12
McCarthyism, I:1 (Summer 2001) 18–19; X:3 (Winter 2011) 32–35
teachers on trial, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 31–35
McCashion, Maria, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 5
McCausland, Elizabeth, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 23
McClary, Martin E., X:1 (Summer 2010) 33
McClellan, George B., Jr., VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 18–21; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 31
McClure, Francis, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 30–31
McCombs, Douglas (au), II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 28
McCormick, William R., VI:4 (Spring 2007) 22–23
McCrary, John Reagan "Tex," Jr., VII:1 (Summer 2007) 12
McCray, Phil (au), III:2 (Fall 2003) 3–4
McCullough, David, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 11; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 6
McDade, Travis (au), XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 21–23
McDonald, Cornelius, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 6–7
McDonald, Jane, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 6, 7
McDonald, John, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 6, 7
McDougall, Alexander, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 30
McDowell, John C., X:4 (Spring 2011) 11, 12
McDowell, Mary Stone, V:4 (Spring 2006) 20–23
McElroy, Daniel, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 32
McErleane, Stephen (au), XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 38–39; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 16–19
McEwan, John, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 10
McFarland, Maj. David, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 17
McGowan, Alice (au), XII:1 (Summer 2012) 4, 18–19
McGrath, Darryl (au), I:3 (Winter 2002) 3, 6–7
McGraw, John, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 21–23
McGready, Sr. Mary Rose, V:3 (Winter 2006) 12
McGreevy, Patrick, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
McGuire, Mark (au), II:4 (Spring 2003) 3, 8–11
McHugh, Eileen (au), V:3 (Winter 2006) 3, 16–17
McIntyre, Charles E., V:4 (Spring 2006) 22–23
McKay, Jim, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 7
McKenna, Rev. John, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 24
McKenzie, Clarence D., VI:4 (Spring 2007) 20–23
McKenzie, William, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 22
McKinley, William, I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 31; X:4 (Spring 2011) 32; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 30, 32–33
McLean, Charles, V:1 (Summer 2005) 25
McLean, William, V:1 (Summer 2005) 25
McLeod, Jacqueline (au), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 26–29
McMaster, James, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 27, 29
McMillan, Norman, III:4 (Spring 2004) 20
McNamee, Graham, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 34
McNaught, Henrietta, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 6–7
McPeters, Jackson (au), III:4 (Spring 2004) 3, 30–32; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 30–31; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3, 30; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 3; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 3, 30–31; V:1 (Summer 2005) 3, 36; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 3, 30; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 3, 30–31; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 3, 34–35; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 3, 36; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 3, 32–33; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 3, 36; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 3, 36
McPherson, James M. (au), VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 5, 18–21
McPherson, James M., XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 10
McReynolds, Marchand, X:4 (Spring 2011) 11, 12, 13
McWilliams, Carey, X:4 (Spring 2011) 17
Mead, Edward S., VII:4 (Spring 2008) 13
Mead, Lucia Ames, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 24, 25
Meany, Joseph F., Jr. (au), III:3 (Winter 2004) 3, 24–27
medical care. See dentistry; health
Meggs, Philip B., XII:4 (Spring 2013) 10
Megnath, Jason, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Melvill, Allan, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 30, 31, 32; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 6
Melville, Gansevoort, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 30, 31, 32; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 6
Melville, Herman, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 30–32; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 6–7
Melville, Maria Gansevoort, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 6–7
Mencken, H. L., XI:3 (Winter 2012) 17
Menken, Adah Isaacs ("The Naked Lady"), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 20–21
an avalanche of success, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 22–23
an international image, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 23–24
rises again, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 24
a star in the making, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 21–22
mental illness, III:4 (Spring 2004) 11–12, 25–28; V:3 (Winter 2006) 17. See also New York State Lunatic Asylum
theory of "insanity," XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 30
Mercer, Sid, III:4 (Spring 2004) 20
Meredith, Suzanne (au), II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 16–17
Merillat, Lou, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 10
Merman, Ethel, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 12–15
Merrick, Frederick, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 29, 31
Merrill, Alexander ("Merrill Brown"), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 13–15
USS Merrimack, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 23–25
Merritt, Jim (au), II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 21–23
Merwin, Ted (au), X:1 (Summer 2010) 5, 28–32
Messick, Ruth Ann (au), I:2 (Fall 2001) 3, 30–31
Methodists and Methodism, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 14–15; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 33; X:2 (Fall 2010) 27; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 25
slavery and, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 29; X:2 (Fall 2010) 27
summer camps, II:1 (Summer 2002) 18–20; X:2 (Fall 2010) 27
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 17–19
Mexican-American War, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 34–35; X:3 (Winter 2011) 38–39
Mexican Americans, I:1 (Summer 2001) 4
Mexican Punitive Expedition, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 13–16
Mexican Revolution, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 12–16
Mexico, N.Y., II:3 (Winter 2003) 14–15
Meyer, Andrea (au), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 9–13
Meyer, Maureen, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Meyerson, Ann (au), IV:4 (Spring 2005) 3, 16–17
Michelangelo, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 31
Michels, Tony (au), VI:2 (Fall 2006) 3, 24–27
Migratory Bird Act of 1918, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 32
Migratory Bird Conservation Act, 1929, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 32
Milbank, Jeremiah, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20
Milford, N.Y., V:1 (Summer 2005) 24–25
Milholland, Inez, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 10–11
Milholland, John Elmer, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 8–11
military service, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 34–35; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 36–37
military service record abstracts, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 34–35
Military Tract, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Militia Act of 1862, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 34
Milkorno, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 17
Millbrook, N.Y., XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 24–27
Miller, Bryan, X:1 (Summer 2010) 31
Miller, Carrie, III:3 (Winter 2004) 17
Miller, Charley "Kansas Charley," III:3 (Winter 2004) 16–17
Miller, Delavan, X:3 (Winter 2011) 26, 27
Miller, Julie (au), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 3, 14–17
Miller, Lewis, II:1 (Summer 2002) 18–20; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 26
Miller, Margie, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 8
Miller, Gov. Nathan, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 34
Miller, Rachel (au), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 10–11
Miller, William E., I:2 (Fall 2001) 28
Million Dollar Staircase (Albany, N.Y.), X:3 (Winter 2011) 40
mills, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 20
Mills, Col. A. G., II:4 (Spring 2003) 11
The Mills Commission, II:4 (Spring 2003) 11–12
Milo, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Miner, Myrtilla, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 23; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 5
early passion for education, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 23–24
on education for black girls and women, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 23–25
enduring legacy, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 25
Miner, Seth, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 24
Miner, William Henry, III:2 (Fall 2003) 23–25
Miner Normal School, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 25
Miner Teachers College, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 25
Minor, David (au), X:2 (Fall 2010) 5, 14–17; X:3 (Winter 2011) 4
Minuit, Peter, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 16, 18
The Miracle (film), I:4 (Spring 2002) 23–25; II:2 (Fall 2002) 4; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 6
Mirand, Edwin A. (au), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 13–17
Miranda, Juan, III:1 (Summer 2003) 13–14
Mires, Charlene (au), XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 28–31
Mirror Candy factory (New York City), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 36, 37
Mitchel, Mayor John Purroy, V:2 (Fall 2005) 12; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 12–15, 17
Mitchel, Ormsby M., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 8
Mohawk Airlines, X:3 (Winter 2011) 16–17
Flight 121, X:3 (Winter 2011) 16–19
care for the victims, X:3 (Winter 2011) 18–19
exceptional hospital care, X:3 (Winter 2011) 19
thriving in the 1960s, X:3 (Winter 2011) 17
Mohawk Indians, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 8; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 13–15; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 18–22; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 20–23
Mohawk River, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 12
Mohawk Valley, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 24, 25
Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center (Utica, N.Y.), VI:2 (Fall 2006) 15
Mohican Indians, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 12–15; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 29. See also Last of the Mohicans
Monfredo, Miriam Grace, III:2 (Fall 2003) 26–27
USS Monitor, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 22–25; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 5
Monroe, James, I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 21–22
Monroe, Marilyn, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 24
Montagnais, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 21
Montana, John C., VII:1 (Summer 2007) 27
Montaukett, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 30
Montaukette (Montauk) Indians, I:1 (Summer 2001) 22–25
Montgomery Co., N.Y., VI:2 (Fall 2006) 16–20
bounty hunting in, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 7
Montgomery County Department of History and Archives, II:2 (Fall 2002) 5
Monticello, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 22–25
Moore, Mike, V:1 (Summer 2005) 29–30
Morel, J. C., V:1 (Summer 2005) 11
Moreland Act of 1907, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 14
Morgaenthau, Henry, Jr., XI:4 (Spring 2012) 31
Morgan, Edwin B., II:3 (Winter 2003) 24–25
Morgan, Gov. Edwin D., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 25–26, 27–28; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 34–35
as Lincoln supporter, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 26–27
Morgan, Lewis Henry, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 19
Mormon, Book of, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 17, 19
Mormon Church, history of, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 16–17, 19
founded in New York, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 17–18
intertwined with the history of New York, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 18–19
Morris, Dr. Lewis Rutherford, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 26–27
Morris, Roger, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 25
Morris, William T., XII:1 (Summer 2012) 25, 26, 28
Morrison, Toni, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 6
Morrow, James Dwight. See DeMarlo, Harry
Morse, Samuel F. B., IV:1 (Summer 2004) 18
Mosby, Maj. John, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 15–17
Mosby, Solomon, X:1 (Summer 2010) 15
Mosby's Confederacy, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 14–17
Mosby's Rangers, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 14–17
Moses, Robert, II:1 (Summer 2002) 11; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 32; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 13, 15; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 26; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 30–31; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 23–27; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 22, 31. See also Robert Moses-Robert H. Saunders Power Dam
Moskoff, Saul, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 32–35
Moskowitz, Belle, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 13
mosques, X:3 (Winter 2011) 20
Moss, A. S., X:1 (Summer 2010) 10
mothers. See also infant abandonment
mothering behind bars, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 36
unmarried, and social stigma, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 16
motorcycle industry, II:1 (Summer 2002) 16–17
Mott, Abigail, I:4 (Spring 2002) 29
Mott, Rev. George Robinson, III:2 (Fall 2003) 23–25
Mott, John, I:4 (Spring 2002) 29
Mott, Lucretia, I:2 (Fall 2001) 22; V:2 (Fall 2005) 23; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 25–26; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 26–27
Mott, Lydia, I:4 (Spring 2002) 29
Moulson, Robert, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 18
Mount Marcy, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 12
Mount McGregor (Saratoga Co., N.Y.), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 18–21
Mount Sinai Hospital (New York City), V:4 (Spring 2006) 6–7
Mt. Hope Cemetery (Rochester, N.Y.), VII:2 (Fall 2007) 26
Moynihan, Sen. Daniel Patrick, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 26
Moynihan, Elizabeth, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9
Mt. Upton, N.Y., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20
muck farming, V:1 (Summer 2005) 18–22
Mudd, Samuel, X:4 (Spring 2011) 18
Mullen, Jacqueline Mirandola (au), XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 23–27
Mullenneaux, Nan (au), VI:3 (Winter 2007) 3, 12–15
Munsee Indian deed, 1863, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 30–31
Murphy, Charles F., IX:4 (Spring 2010) 18, 20–22; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 12
Murphy, Jack "Murph the Surf," XV:2 (Fall 2015) 32–34
Murphy, Michael J., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 19
Murray, Ed (au), IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 6–7
Murray, John, Jr., III:4 (Spring 2004) 21
Murray, Mary, III:4 (Spring 2004) 21–22
Murray, Paul T., X:1 (Summer 2010) 4
Murray, Marshal Robert, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 25–27, 26
Murray, Robert K., V:4 (Spring 2006) 21
Muse, Joshua (au), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 28–31
Museum of Non-Objective Painting, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 6–7
Museum of the City of New York (MCNY), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 15; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 4; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 20, 23
music industry, II:2 (Fall 2002) 24–26
musical theater, II:4 (Spring 2003) 26–27
MusicalFare Theatre (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Muslim World Day Parade, X:3 (Winter 2011) 24
Muslims in New York City, X:3 (Winter 2011) 20–24
community leaders, X:3 (Winter 2011) 23
immigrants beginning to build, X:3 (Winter 2011) 22
opportunity and religious freedom, X:3 (Winter 2011) 23–24
South Asian, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 20–24
as typical New Yorkers, X:3 (Winter 2011) 21–22
Muste, A. J., III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Mutual Welfare League (Auburn, N.Y.), V:3 (Winter 2006) 17
Myers, Ned, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 15–17
Myers, Stephen, X:1 (Summer 2010) 21

Nabakoff, Emin, X:3 (Winter 2011) 22
Nagasaki, Japan, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 25
Naidus, Jeremy W. (au), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3, 16–17; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 5, 46; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 4, 36–37, 40; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 38, 40; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 32; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 4–5, 34–35; X:1 (Summer 2010) 5, 36; X:2 (Fall 2010) 5, 32, 33; X:3 (Winter 2011) 4, 5, 10; X:4 (Spring 2011) 4, 32–33, 36; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 4, 5, 36; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 3, 33, 36; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 5, 33, 36; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 4, 33, 36; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 4, 36; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 4, 37, 40; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 34, 36, 37; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 34; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 34, 36; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 34, 36; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 35–36; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 5, 33, 36; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 34–36; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 38–40; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 38–40; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 38–40; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 38–40; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 32, 34–36
Naidus, Jeremy W., XV:1 (Summer 2015) 5
Nalle, Charles, X:1 (Summer 2010) 20–23
under arrest, X:1 (Summer 2010) 22
odyssey, X:1 (Summer 2010) 21–22
rescued, X:1 (Summer 2010) 22–23
Nancy (ship), XII:1 (Summer 2012) 30–32
Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, V:4 (Spring 2006) 13–15
Naples, N.Y., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 6–7
Napoleon III, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 23
Narita, Suye, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 18, 21
as adopted patriot, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 18–21
as citizen-in-waiting, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 19–20
forestalling history, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 20–21
as immigrant and "daughter," XV:2 (Fall 2015) 19
raising the flag, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 18–21
Nash, Dede (au), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 5, 19–23
Nassau County, N.Y. airfields, III:2 (Fall 2003) 8–12
Nation of Islam (NOI), X:3 (Winter 2011) 23
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), II:2 (Fall 2002) 5
National American Woman Suffrage Association, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 14
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) (Washington, D.C.), V:1 (Summer 2005) 8–9; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 38–39; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 35; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 11
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 10; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 29
National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 24; X:4 (Spring 2011) 27
National Baseball Hall of Fame (Cooperstown, N.Y.), II:4 (Spring 2003) 8–12
National Civil Liberties Bureau (NCLB), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 34, 35
National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control, III:4 (Spring 2004) 15–16
National Council for History Education (NCHE) award, X:1 (Summer 2010) 9
National Education Association (NEA), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 25
National Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry, X:1 (Summer 2010) 11
National Grape Cooperative Association, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 7; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 15
National Guard. See New York National Guard
National History Education Award, X:1 (Summer 2010) 9
National Prohibition Act, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 17
National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), I:2 (Fall 2001) 12–13
National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 28, 29
National Woman Suffrage Association (NWSA), I:2 (Fall 2001) 20–22
National Woman's Hospital for Inebriates and Opium Eaters (Wilton, Conn.), IV:4 (Spring 2005) 14
Native Americans. See American Indians
natural disasters. See floods; heat waves
The Nature Conservancy, I:2 (Fall 2001) 10–13
Navas, Devin, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Nazi Germany, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 10; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 19–21
Olympics in, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 18–21
Neale, Reginald, X:3 (Winter 2011) 4
Neely, John, X:2 (Fall 2010) 26
Neptune Foundation, II:1 (Summer 2002) 11
Netherlands, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 26
Neversink River, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 29–30
New American Club, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 23
New Berlin, N.Y., III:1 (Summer 2003) 25; V:1 (Summer 2005) 25
New Cracow Friendship Society, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 23
New Deal, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 26–27, 29; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 11–13; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 20–23
New Netherland, I:3 (Winter 2002) 8–10, 14; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 8–11; V:1 (Summer 2005) 14–17; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 9–13; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 35; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 38; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 18, 19. See also Dutch New York
beer brewing in, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 24
religious tolerance in, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 8–11
New Netherland Project, I:3 (Winter 2002) 12–13
New Paltz, N.Y., VII:4 (Spring 2008) 35; X:1 (Summer 2010) 18
during Civil War, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 23–26
Elting Memorial Library, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 26
Huguenot Historical Society, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 26
New Paltz Ladies' Aid Society, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 25
New Paltz Times, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 23–26
New Rochelle, N.Y., IX:3 (Winter 2010) 24, 25
library, I:1 (Summer 2001) 5
Mexican population in, I:1 (Summer 2001) 4–5
New York Air National Guard 106th Rescue Wing, V:1 (Summer 2005) 28–32
New York Architectural Terra-Cotta Company (NYATCC), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 40
New York Archives, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 40
"Ask the Archivist," V:1 (Summer 2005) 35; V:2 (Fall 2005) 29; V:3 (Winter 2006) 31; V:4 (Spring 2006) 31; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 29; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 35; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 35
impact of, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 4–5
Judy Hohmann's resignation as editor of, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 40
letters to the editor, II:2 (Fall 2002) 4; III:1 (Summer 2003) 4; III:3 (Winter 2004) 2; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 4; V:3 (Winter 2006) 7; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 4; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 7; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 4; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 4; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 4; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 5; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 4; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 4; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 4; X:1 (Summer 2010) 4; X:3 (Winter 2011) 4; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 4; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 4; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 5; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 5; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 5; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 5
preservation tips, I:1 (Summer 2001) 31; I:2 (Fall 2001) 31; I:3 (Winter 2002) 31; I:4 (Spring 2002) 31; II:1 (Summer 2002) 31; II:2 (Fall 2002) 31; III:1 (Summer 2003) 7
New York Association for New Americas (NYANA), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 21–23
New York Chautaqua Assembly, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 26–29
New York City
banking, V:1 (Summer 2005) 33
Blizzard of 1888, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 36
botanical gardens, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 12–15
Center for Jewish History, I:4 (Spring 2002) 6–7
Chinatown, I:2 (Fall 2001) 16–19; V:4 (Spring 2006) 24–27
Colonial period, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 18–21; V:4 (Spring 2006) 16–19; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 9–13; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 8–11
education
Chinese Americans, I:2 (Fall 2001) 16–19
during World War I, III:2 (Fall 2003) 16–19; V:4 (Spring 2006) 20–23
fashion industry, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 23–26
Fresh Air Fund children, III:1 (Summer 2003) 31
Gaslight Era, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 29–32
homelessness in, V:3 (Winter 2006) 8–12
hotels, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 10–13
infant abandonment, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 14–17
Jubilee Fashion Show, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 24–26
literature depicting, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 14–17
USS Monitor and, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 22–25; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 5
music, 18th-century, II:4 (Spring 2003) 26–27
9th Ward school disaster, Nov. 20, 1851, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 30
Orange Day Riot, 1871, II:4 (Spring 2003) 20–22
popular culture, mid-20th-century, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 14–17
public baths, II:1 (Summer 2002) 8–11
public health, II:1 (Summer 2002) 8–11
seizure in 1664, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 38–39
terrorism and
September 11, 2001, I:3 (Winter 2002) 6–7, 13; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 24–25
September 20, 1920, II:2 (Fall 2002) 8–11
water supply for, II:4 (Spring 2003) 23–25
Women's Republican Association, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 23
Yiddish newspapers in, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 24–27
New York City Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA), XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 7
New York City Council, X:2 (Fall 2010) 13
New York City Department of Buildings (DOB), XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 7
New York City Department of Street Cleaning (DSC), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 28, 30
New York City Draft Riots, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 12
New York City Fire Department, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 6–7
New York City Hall, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 10, 17
New York City Municipal Archives, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 20; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 32
fashion collection, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 23
New York Civil War Centennial Commission, X:4 (Spring 2011) 6; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 34–36
New York Communist Party, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 34
New York Condensed Milk Company, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20
New York County Clerk's Office, records management, post-9/11, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 24–25
New York County Supreme Court, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 30, 32
records management, post-9/11, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 24–25
New York Court of Appeals, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 13–14
videotape collection, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 4
New York Court of Chancery, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 30–32
New York & Erie Railroad, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 16–20
New York Family History Research Guide and Gazetteer, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 36–37
New York Foundling Asylum, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 14
New York Free Circulating Library, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 16–17
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 29
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 29; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 33
New York Giants, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 20–23
New York Guild for Jewish Blind, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 36
New York Historical Documents Inventory (HDI), III:1 (Summer 2003) 30; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 32
New-York Historical Society, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 20–21; X:1 (Summer 2010) 27
New York Horticultural Society, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 15
New York in the American Revolution: A Source Guide for Genealogists and Historians, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 32
New York Manumission Society, III:4 (Spring 2004) 21–22
New York National Guard, III:3 (Winter 2004) 8–12; III:4 (Spring 2004) 4; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 13–16; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 25–26; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 36–37
New York Office of State Fire Marshal. See Office of State Fire Marshal
New York Orphan Asylum, III:3 (Winter 2004) 16–17
New York Police Department (NYPD), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 34, 35
New York Post, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 25
New York Public Library (NYPL), IV:3 (Winter 2005) 21; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 33; X:3 (Winter 2011) 36; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 15–16; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 6–7
Archives, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 19
building/construction of, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 14–18
a family story emerges, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 16–17
from idea to reality, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 15–16
a tragic accident, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 17
Circulation Department, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 16–17
guarding autonomy, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 17–18
rare freedom, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 16–17
reflections at 100th anniversary, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 17–18
status--with a cost, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 18–19
The New York Researcher, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 29
New York School for the Deaf (White Plains, N.Y.), II:3 (Winter 2003) 24
New York State. See also specific topics
classical place names, origins, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Colonial period, I:3 (Winter 2002) 8–10, 14; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 24–25; V:4 (Spring 2006) 16–19; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 6–7, 9–13
geography, I:4 (Spring 2002) 16–19; II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
governor's mansion, I:4 (Spring 2002) 9
insolvency proceedings, V:2 (Fall 2005) 28–29
land transactions, V:4 (Spring 2006) 5
Local Government Records Law, 1987, V:1 (Summer 2005) 5
Military Tract, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
purchase of Iroquois land, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 8–11
Web site "web crawl," VII:1 (Summer 2007) 8
New York State Archives (NYSA)
acquisitions, 2006-2007, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 4
American Revolution collection, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 4–5
Annual Archives Awards
2001, I:3 (Winter 2002) 5
2002, II:2 (Fall 2002) 40
2003, III:2 (Fall 2003) 48; III:4 (Spring 2004) 6–7
2004, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 48
2005, V:3 (Winter 2006) 5, 44
2006, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 4, 47
2007, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 4–5
2008, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 6–7
2009, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
2010, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
2011, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 7
2014, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 8
2015, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 8
awards given, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8–9
awards received, III:2 (Fall 2003) 48
barge canal photograph collection, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 4
chirograph collection, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 29
Civil War database, II:4 (Spring 2003) 5, 30
Civil War Registers, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 28–29
collaboration between Ancestry.com and, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 5–6, 35; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 39
collections, strange finds, III:3 (Winter 2004) 18–19
Court of Appeals videotape collection, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 4
criminal records in, II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
digital collections, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 4–5
disaster response
2006 floods, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 4–5
Hurricane Sandy, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 6–7
Documentary Heritage Program (DHP), III:1 (Summer 2003) 6–7; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 7
Dutch Colonial records, I:3 (Winter 2002) 11; III:2 (Fall 2003) 34–36; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 11
educational programs, II:2 (Fall 2002) 6–7; III:2 (Fall 2003) 6–7; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 7
film and scripts collection, I:4 (Spring 2002) 23–25; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 32–33; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 5
Heritage Documentation Project, I:2 (Fall 2001) 2, 13
history of, III:2 (Fall 2003) 34–36
identifying the archival record, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 8–9
insolvency files, 1784-1847, V:2 (Fall 2005) 28–29
"Legacies Project," III:4 (Spring 2004) 5
literacy project, II:4 (Spring 2003) 4–5
Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund, I:2 (Fall 2001) 19; V:1 (Summer 2005) 5–6
Local Government Records Program, III:1 (Summer 2003) 6–7
local governments collection, III:3 (Winter 2004) 5
military service record abstracts, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 34–35
Native American Treaties and Land Records, II:4 (Spring 2003) 5; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 4
preservation projects, II:2 (Fall 2002) 6
prison records, I:4 (Spring 2002) 15
renovation project, I:1 (Summer 2001) 7, 9; II:4 (Spring 2003) 5; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 6; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 4
Research Room, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 34–35; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 8
researchers planning visits to, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 32
residency programs, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 8–9
response to disaster, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 6–7
Revolutionary War records, III:2 (Fall 2003) 34–36
Sept. 11, 2001 collection, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 6–7; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 4
Gov. Alfred E. Smith papers, II:4 (Spring 2003) 19
State Records Center, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 5; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 8
theft from, X:2 (Fall 2010) 6, 7
tourism photograph collection, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 4
website, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 8; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 5–6, 34, 35; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 9
World War I service record cards, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 30–31
New York State Archivist
letters from, 1XV:3 (Winter 2016) 3; I:1 (Summer 2001) 2; I:2 (Fall 2001) 2; I:3 (Winter 2002) 2; I:4 (Spring 2002) 2; II:1 (Summer 2002) 2; II:3 (Winter 2003) 2; II:4 (Spring 2003) 2; III:1 (Summer 2003) 2; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 2; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 2; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 2; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 2; V:1 (Summer 2005) 2; V:2 (Fall 2005) 2; V:4 (Spring 2006) 2; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 2; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 2; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 2; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 2; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 2; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 2; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 3; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 3; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 3; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 3; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 2; X:1 (Summer 2010) 3; X:2 (Fall 2010) 3; X:3 (Winter 2011) 3; X:4 (Spring 2011) 3; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 3; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 4; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 3; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 3; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 3; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 3; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 3; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 3; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 3; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 3; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 3; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 3; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 3; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 4; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 4; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 3; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 3
letters to, III:2 (Fall 2003) 2; V:3 (Winter 2006) 2; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 2
New York State Assembly, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 22–23; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 30–31
New York State Assembly Document Room (Albany, N.Y.), I:4 (Spring 2002) 32
New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 22, 24
New York State Bicentennial Planning Commission, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 36
New York State Biological Survey of the Department of Environmental Conservation, I:2 (Fall 2001) 6
New York State Board of Arbitration, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 26–27
New York State Board of Charities, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 32
New York State Board of Regents, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 36–37
New York State Boys’ Working Reserve, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 32–35
New York State Bureau of Military Statistics, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 24
New York State Canal System, V:1 (Summer 2005) 33
New York State Capitol, I:4 (Spring 2002) 32; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 14; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 23; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 36
1911 fire, I:1 (Summer 2001) 8–9; III:2 (Fall 2003) 35–36; III:3 (Winter 2004) 28–29; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 4, 11; X:4 (Spring 2011) 6–7; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 8; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 32
making it into a living museum, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 6–7
time capsule, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 4–5
New York State College of Home Economics, I:1 (Summer 2001) 14–15
New York State Commission for the Blind, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 36
New York State Constitution, I:4 (Spring 2002) 16–19; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 30; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 12; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 32; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 17
New York State Department of Corrections, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 33
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 14; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 32; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 17; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 29–31; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 40
New York State Department of Health, I:2 (Fall 2001) 32; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 32; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 15
New York State Education Department (NYSED), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 6–7; X:1 (Summer 2010) 4, 7; X:4 (Spring 2011) 6; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 30–32. See also education
Division of Visual Instruction, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 5
New York State Electoral College, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 7–11
New York State Emergency Management Office (SEMO), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 7
New York State Factory Investigation Commission (FIC), II:4 (Spring 2003) 17, 32; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 36–37; X:3 (Winter 2011) 36–37; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 12
New York State Fair, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 40
New York State Farm Cadet Program, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 32–35
New York State Freedom Trail Program, I:1 (Summer 2001) 29; I:2 (Fall 2001) 29; I:4 (Spring 2002) 29; II:1 (Summer 2002) 29
New York State General Highway Law, 1797, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 29
New York State Historical Association Research Library, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 7
New York State Historical Records Advisory Board (NYSHRAB), X:2 (Fall 2010) 6
New York State Inebriate Asylum (Binghamton, N.Y.), IV:4 (Spring 2005) 12–15
New York State Legislative Commission on Solid Waste Management, X:1 (Summer 2010) 9
New York State Legislature, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 9–10
New York State Library
conservation lab, V:2 (Fall 2005) 4
1911 fire, I:1 (Summer 2001) 8–9; X:4 (Spring 2011) 6–7; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 32
Lyall Squair Collection, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 6–7
manuscripts and special collections, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 6; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 4
Gov. Alfred E. Smith Papers, II:4 (Spring 2003) 19
websites, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 8
William Gorham Papers, V:3 (Winter 2006) 15
writing history, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 36–37
New York State Lunatic Asylum (Utica, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 12, 25–28; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 28–30; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 21. See also Utica Insane Asylum
and the dangers of religious fervor, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 29–31
recovery in, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 31
New York State Medical Society, III:4 (Spring 2004) 12
New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.), I:4 (Spring 2002) 21–22; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 24
New York State Museum, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 3; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 8
artifacts, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 10
educational programs, V:2 (Fall 2005) 4; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 8
geology collection, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 18–20
paleontology collection, II:4 (Spring 2003) 15; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 18–20
Rockefeller exhibition, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 17
New York State Museum Club, V:2 (Fall 2005) 4
New York State Museum Discovery Squad, V:2 (Fall 2005) 4
New York State Newspaper Project, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 26
New York State Office for Technology (OFT), XI:2 (Fall 2011) 4
New York State Office of General Services (OGS), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 8, 9, 20–21
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 8, 10
New York State Office of State Fire Marshal, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 36
New York State School for the Deaf (Rome, N.Y.), II:3 (Winter 2003) 25
New York State Senate, X:4 (Spring 2011) 26
New York State Teachers Association (NYSTA), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 25
New York State Theatre Institute (NYSTI), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 8
New York State Thruway Authority, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 29–31
historical markers, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 29–32
history kiosks, II:4 (Spring 2003) 4
New York State United Teachers (NYSUT), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 26–27
New York State Veteran Oral History Program, I:4 (Spring 2002) 21–22
New York State Virtual Archives of Environmental History, II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
New York State Women Voters' Anti-Suffrage Party, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 24–25
New York State Writers Institute, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 6–7
New York Stock Exchange, III:1 (Summer 2003) 4–5; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 18–20
New York Transit Museum (Brooklyn, N.Y.), I:2 (Fall 2001) 5
New York Women's Republican Club, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 23
New York World's Fair (Queens, N.Y.), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 29–31
New York Yankees, III:4 (Spring 2004) 18–20; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 4; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 21. See also baseball
Newark, N.Y., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 7
Newburgh, N.Y., X:1 (Summer 2010) 17
Newman, Andrew (au), XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 16–19
newspapers, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 12–17
Niagara County Environmental Fund, I:2 (Fall 2001) 25
Niagara Falls, N.Y., I:2 (Fall 2001) 23–25; X:2 (Fall 2010) 16; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 15
atomic bomb and, X:1 (Summer 2010) 16
beauty and power, X:1 (Summer 2010) 14
coded spectacles, X:1 (Summer 2010) 15–16
history of, X:1 (Summer 2010) 12–16
icon of fugitives, X:1 (Summer 2010) 15
mummies and two-headed calves, X:1 (Summer 2010) 14–15
painting of, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 11
United Nations and, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 29
Niagara Falls Museum, X:1 (Summer 2010) 13, 15
Niagara Falls Power Company, X:1 (Summer 2010) 13
Niblo, Martha, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 6–7
Niblo, William, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 6
Niblo, William Henry, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 6–7
Niblo's Garden, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 6
Nicoll, Francis, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 32
Nicoll, Rensselaer, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 32
Nicolls, Gov. Richard, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 25; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 38; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 38
Nielsen, Kim E. (au), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 3, 23–26
9/11. See September 11, 2001 terrorist attack
Niss, Barbara J. (au), V:4 (Spring 2006) 3, 6–7
Nixon, Richard M., I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 8, 11; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 26
Niznick, Elizabeth, X:2 (Fall 2010) 8
Non-Importation Act of 1806, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 20
Norris, Charles, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 10–14
North, Jane Caroline, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 14
North Elba, N.Y., II:3 (Winter 2003) 28–29; X:1 (Summer 2010) 22
North River Steamboat, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 9
Northern Turnpike, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 29–31
Northup, Henry B., XII:2 (Fall 2012) 14–15
Northup, Solomon, X:1 (Summer 2010) 26; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 12–15
duped into slavery, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 13–14
twelve years in bondage, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 14–15
Norton, Charles Eliot, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21–23
Norton, Mary Beth, V:2 (Fall 2005) 9
Norway, N.Y., V:1 (Summer 2005) 24, 26
Norwich, N.Y., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 18, 20
Nott, Charles, X:3 (Winter 2011) 27
Novak, Tara, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 5
Novelty Iron Works (New York City), VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 24–25
Nuclear Age. See Atomic Age
nuclear weapons. See atomic bomb
numbers game. See policy rackets
Nunez, Dr. Samuel, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 23
nurses, Civil War, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 20–23
indespensible service, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 23
a new role for women, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 21–22
Nuvolari, Tazio, I:2 (Fall 2001) 4
Nyitray, Kristen, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 9

Oakley, Annie, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 6–7
Oakwood Cemetery (Troy, N.Y.), II:3 (Winter 2003) 18–20
Obama, Barack, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 1; X:1 (Summer 2010) 8; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 36, 37
O'Brien, Geoffrey (au), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 5, 18–21
O'Brien, Lt. Gen. William, III:3 (Winter 2004) 11
O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 16
in exile, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 17–18
a legacy for the state, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 19
making of an archivist, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 18–19
as populist in the making, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 16–17
occupational safety and health. See also fires and fire safety
legislation regarding, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 13
Ocean Parkway, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 23–27
O’Connell, Daniel P., XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 22, 23; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 17
Odell, Gov. Benjamin B., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 30; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 15
O'Donovan Rossa, Jeremiah, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 22–26
immortality, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 26
as patriot or terrorist, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 22–23
trial by theatre, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 25–26
O'Dwyer, William, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 24
Office for Technology (OFT). See New York State Office for Technology
Office of Chief Medical Examiner of the City of New York (OCME), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 10–14
Office of Emergency Management (OEM). See New York State Emergency Management Office
Office of General Services (OGS). See New York State Office of General Services
Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP). See New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation
Ogdensburg, N.Y., XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 20–21
O'Hara, Frank, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 15
O'Laughlen, Michael, X:4 (Spring 2011) 18; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 4
Olcott, Thomas W., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 8
Olive, N.Y., I:3 (Winter 2002) 22–23
Olmstead, Frederick Law, X:1 (Summer 2010) 14
Olympic Games, Berlin (Summer 1936), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 18–21
Olympic Games, Lake Placid, N.Y.
1932 Winter Olympics, V:3 (Winter 2006) 6–7; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 19
1980 Winter Olympics, V:3 (Winter 2006) 6–7
Omicinski, John (au), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 28–31
Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 14
USS Oneida (brig), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 29
Oneida Co., N.Y., VI:2 (Fall 2006) 16–20
Oneida Indians, V:4 (Spring 2006) 18–19; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 8–11; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 30–33; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 31
O'Neill, Rebecca, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 5
Onondaga, N.Y., XII:3 (Winter 2013) 28–31
Onondaga Historical Association, III:2 (Fall 2003) 4–5
Onondaga Indians, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 8; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 40
Onondaga Lake, N.Y., XV:1 (Summer 2015) 40
Onondaga Salt Springs Reservation, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 40
The Opal (journal), III:4 (Spring 2004) 26–28
open air schools, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 36
Open Space Institute, I:2 (Fall 2001) 12
Orange and Alexandria Railroad (O&A), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 14–16
Order of the Sons of Italy, V:2 (Fall 2005) 31
organized crime, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 24–28
Oriskany, Battle of, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 24–25
Ormsby, Amy Eldridge, V:2 (Fall 2005) 24
Ormsby, Susan, V:2 (Fall 2005) 24–27
O'Rourke, Charles Christopher, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 16–18
O'Rourke, John, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 16
O'Rourke, Mary Devine (Doyle), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 16–17
orphan trains, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 18–23
orphans and orphanages, III:3 (Winter 2004) 16–17; III:4 (Spring 2004) 21–24; VI (Summer 2005) 12
Ortloff, Ruth Mary, V:3 (Winter 2006) 6–7
O'Ryan, Maj. Gen. John F., IX:3 (Winter 2010) 13, 14
Osborn, Joseph, V:2 (Fall 2005) 26
Osborn, Lydia Ormsby, V:2 (Fall 2005) 24–25
Osborne, Robin, I:1 (Summer 2001) 4–5
Osborne, Thomas Mott, V:3 (Winter 2006) 16
Oskanondonha. See Skenandoah, Chief
Osler, Dr. William, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 15–16
Oswego, N.Y., XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 12, 13
Oswego County Freedom Trail Commission, II:3 (Winter 2003) 12–15
Oswego River, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 13
Otsego Co., N.Y.
Civil War sharps shooters and, V:1 (Summer 2005) 24–25
Fairchild Cemetery, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 18
forest area, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 31
hop farming in, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 16–20
Otsego Hall (Cooperstown, N.Y.), XV:3 (Winter 2016) 30
Otsiningo (Chenango) Village (Mohican), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 12
Ottinger, Albert, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 13–15
Ovenden, Richard, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 6–7
Ovid, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Owasko Lake, New York, III:4 (Spring 2004) 10
Owego, N.Y., VI:2 (Fall 2006) 4–5; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 7
owls, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 40
Oxford, N.Y., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20

Pagán, José Victor, X:4 (Spring 2011) 15, 16, 17
Pagano, Stephen, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 10; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 6
Pagenstecher family (Corinth, N.Y.), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 16
Paine, Josiah, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 15–16
Pakistan League of America, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 21, 22
paleontology, II:4 (Spring 2003) 13–15; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 18–20
Palestine, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 11–12
Palestine Park (Chautauqua, N.Y.), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 27
Palisades Interstate Park, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 29
Palmer, Diane F. (au), VII:2 (Fall 2007) 3, 26–28
Palmer, Sarah Graham "Aunt Becky," XI:4 (Spring 2012) 21
Palmer Falls, Hudson River, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 16–17
Palmer Water Power Company (Corinth, N.Y.), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 19
Palmyra, N.Y., XV:1 (Summer 2015) 15–19
Pan Am Flight 103, X:4 (Spring 2011) 8–9
Pan-American Exposition, 1901 (Buffalo, N.Y.), VII:1 (Summer 2007) 15; X:4 (Spring 2011) 32
Pancho Villa Expedition. See Mexican Punitive Expedition
Panetta, Roger, I:1 (Summer 2001) 5
Panteleimon, Father, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 14–15
paper industry, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 16–19; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 23. See also Hudson River Pulp and Paper Company strike of 1910
1908 strike, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 24
Papineau, Louis-Joseph, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 18
Parham, Claire Puccia (au), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 24–27
Parish, David, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 20, 22–23
Park, Dr. Roswell, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 13–17
Parker, Andrew D., XII:2 (Fall 2012) 27
Parker, Sally (au), II:2 (Fall 2002) 3, 20–23
Parker, Dr. Willard, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 14
Parks, George, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 29
Parmet, Robert D. (au), V:3 (Winter 2006) 3, 18–21
Parrish, Jasper, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 20–23
Parrish, Maxfield, II:4 (Spring 2003) 31
Parrish, Samuel L., VII:4 (Spring 2008) 12–13
Parrott cannons, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 21
Parson, Gen. Samuel, II:2 (Fall 2002) 13
Parsons, Willard, III:1 (Summer 2003) 31
Parti canadien. See Patriote Party
Partridge, Nehamiah, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 40
Pascucci, Sue-Ann, I:2 (Fall 2001) 5
passports and the passport system, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 34–35
pastrami, X:1 (Summer 2010) 29, 32
Pataki, Gov. George E., I:1 (Summer 2001) 7; I:3 (Winter 2002) 27; I:4 (Spring 2002) 5, 21–22; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 7; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 8; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 7; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 8
Paterson, Gov. David, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 8
Patriote Party (Canada), XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 16–19
Patrons Fire Insurance Company, X:1 (Summer 2010) 11
Patterson, Gov. David, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 9
Paul A. Gagnon Award, X:1 (Summer 2010) 9
Paul Robeson Theatre (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Paulding, James Kirke, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 13
Paulino, Edward (au), III:3 (Winter 2004) 3, 6–7
peace conferences. See Lake Mohonk Conferences
Pearl Harbor, attack on, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 20
Pearlman, Michael, V:2 (Fall 2005) 10
Pearse, Padraig, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 26
Pearson, Norman Holmes, V:1 (Summer 2005) 9
Pease, Maj. Frank, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 38–39
peddlers, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 38–39
Pell, Sen. Claiborne, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 27
Pell, Eve (au), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 24–27
Pell, George H., IX:3 (Winter 2010) 26
Pell, Sir John, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 25
Pell, Lord Joseph, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 25, 26
Pell, Rodman, IV, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 26, 27
Pell, Thomas, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 25
Pell, Walden, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 25
Pell, William Rodman, II, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 26, 27
Peña, Idlio Gracia (au), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 36
Pendleton, Col. Nathaniel, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 9, 13; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 7
Penfield, James A., I:1 (Summer 2001) 32
Pennell, Brig. Gen. Ralph McT., III:3 (Winter 2004) 11
Penny, Alfred, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 10
Pennypacker, Morton, III:4 (Spring 2004) 9
Perisco, Joseph E., XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 11
Perkins, Frances, V:3 (Winter 2006) 20–21; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 12, 13
Perry, Elisabeth Israels (au), I:4 (Spring 2002) 3, 28
Perry, Isaac Gale, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 13; X:3 (Winter 2011) 40
Persell Middle School (Chautauqua Co., N.Y.), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 7
Pershing, Brig. John J., IX:3 (Winter 2010) 13
Persico, Joseph E. (au), I:1 (Summer 2001) 3, 16–17
Persico, Joseph E., II:3 (Winter 2003) 26–27
Peterboro, N.Y., II:1 (Summer 2002) 29; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 28
Peterson, Dr. Frederick, X:4 (Spring 2011) 29, 30, 31
Peterson, Karin E., XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 5
Peterson, Roger Tory, III:1 (Summer 2003) 5
Pettit, Sarah H., X:1 (Summer 2010) 11
Pfannestiel, Todd (au), III:2 (Fall 2003) 3, 16–19
Pharaoh family, Long Island, I:1 (Summer 2001) 22–25
Phelps, Nancy, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Phelps, William Walter, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 8
philanthropy. See Narita, Suye
Philip, John Van Ness, II:2 (Fall 2002) 17–19
Philip, John Van Ness, Jr., II:2 (Fall 2002) 19
Philip, Julia, II:2 (Fall 2002) 19
Philip, Leila (au), II:2 (Fall 2002) 3, 16–19
Philip family, Columbia Co., II:2 (Fall 2002) 16–19
Philip Orchards, Claverack, N.Y., II:2 (Fall 2002) 19
Philipsburg Manor (Tarrytown, N.Y.), IV:3 (Winter 2005) 9
Philipse, Frederick, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 25; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 11–12
Philipse Manor Hall (Yonkers, N.Y.), VI:4 (Spring 2007) 12–13
Phillips, Jonas, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 23
Phillips, Rachel, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 23
Phillips, Wendell, V:3 (Winter 2006) 24
Philosophers' Camp at Follensby Pond, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21
Phoenix, N.Y., III:4 (Spring 2004) 11
physical education, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 36
Pickering, Timothy, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 11–12; X:1 (Summer 2010) 19
Pickford, Mary, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 9
Pickney, Charles, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 21
Pierce, Preston E. (au), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 3, 22–25
Pierce Cycle Company (Buffalo, N.Y.), II:1 (Summer 2002) 16
Pike, Brig. Gen. Zebulon, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 30–31; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 20–23
Pineles, Cipe, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 11, 12
Pingel, Susan, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Pinkerton National Detective Agency, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 17
Pins and Needles, V:3 (Winter 2006) 19–21
Pintard, John, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 20–21
Pittsfield, N.Y., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20
Civil War sharps shooters and, V:1 (Summer 2005) 25
hop barns in, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 20
Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., N.Y., VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 19–21
Pius XII, Pope, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 10
Pizzo, Heather, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Placing-Out program, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 18, 21, 23
Planned Parenthood, III:4 (Spring 2004) 15–17
Platt, John R., IX:4 (Spring 2010) 11–13
Plattsburg, N.Y., V:2 (Fall 2005) 10–15
Plaza Hotel (New York City), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 10
pleasure gardens, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 6
Pledge of Allegiance, II:2 (Fall 2002) 32
Plitt, Jane, II:2 (Fall 2002) 21–23
pneumatic tubes, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 8–11
Pocono Mountains, V:3 (Winter 2006) 18–19
Poland, N.Y., V:1 (Summer 2005) 24
police, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 12. See also Albany Police Department; Harlem riot of 1964
policy rackets (numbers game), XII:1 (Summer 2012) 15–17
a game for dreamers, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 15
a legacy of rogues, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 17
northern lights, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 16–17
targeting the poor, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 15–16
Polish Americans, I:2 (Fall 2001) 14–15
Polish Blue Army, I:2 (Fall 2001) 14–15
Political Equality Club (PEC) (Easton, N.Y.), XI:2 (Fall 2011) 26–29
political prisoners. See Silkman, James B.
politics, the business of, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 30–33
pollution. See environmental movement
Polner, Robert, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 8
Polo Grounds stadium (New York City), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 21–23
Pompeian House, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 21, 22, 25
Pompey, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Pope, John, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 20
Popham, Stephen, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 31, 32
populism, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 16–17
Port Jervis (Orangy County), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 36
Porter, Gen. Fitz John, III:4 (Spring 2004) 30
Porter, John K., XV:4 (Spring 2016) 24
Porter, Peter B., X:1 (Summer 2010) 14, 15, 16
Porter, Sylvia, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 22–23
banking on gender, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 24–25
mission to educate, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 23–24
and post-war economy changes, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 25
Post, Amy, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 25
Post, Leonard, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 28
Poughkeepsie, N.Y., VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 12
poverty. See hunger; infant abandonment
Powell, Adam Clayton, Jr., XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 26
Powell, F. P., X:2 (Fall 2010) 25
Powell, James, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 16–19
Powell, Lewis (aka Payne), X:4 (Spring 2011) 18
Power Authority of the State of New York (PASNY), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 26
"The Power of Words" (Archives Partnership Trust radio series), X:1 (Summer 2010) 8
Pratt, Charley, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 17
Pratt, Pamela, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Preminger, Eve, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 24–25
Presbyterians and Presbyterianism, slavery and, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 29
Preservation League of New York State, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 20
presidential local politics, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 30–31
Presley, Elvis, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 34–35
Presser, Isidore "Izzy," VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 31
Preston, David L., X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Prevost, Lt. Gen. George, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 13, 15
Price, Leontyne, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 19
Price, Capt. William, X:2 (Fall 2010) 12
Priest, Joseph, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 28; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 22
Priest, Mark, X:1 (Summer 2010) 20
Prince Family Nursery (Queens, N.Y.), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 12–15
Pringle, Benjamin, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 33
Prison Association of New York, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 15
prison escapes, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 15, 17
prison overcrowding, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 15–17
prisoner-of-war (POW) facilities, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 14–17; X:1 (Summer 2010) 21–23; X:4 (Spring 2011) 20
prisoner-of-war (POW) labor, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 6–7
prisons. See also specific facilities
history, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 14–17
reform of, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 34–35
women's, I:2 (Fall 2001) 26–27; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 36; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 36
Pritchard, Vern, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 9
Progressive Era, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 31, 32
Prohibition, II:3 (Winter 2003) 21–23; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 17; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 10–11; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 27
property tax records, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 32–33
proportional representation (PR), XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 29
efforts to repeal, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 30–32
and the promise of representation, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 29
a raucous affair that worked, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 30
reshaping democracy, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 32
Prospect Park (Brooklyn, N.Y.), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 7
Prosterman, Daniel O. (au), XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 28–32
Provost, Lt. Gen. Sir George, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 30
Pruyn, Huybertie, I:1 (Summer 2001) 21
psychedelic revolution, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 24–27
communal living, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 26–27
experiments with the mind, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 24–26
implosion, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 27
psychiatrists. See also New York State Lunatic Asylum
who invented electric chair, X:4 (Spring 2011) 28–31
psychiatry, political abuse of. See also Silkman, James B.
march against, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 29–30
Public Health Law, 1832, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 17
Public Safety, Committee for, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 12
Public Works Administration (PWA), XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 21–22
Puerto Rican Americans, I:3 (Winter 2002) 24–26; X:4 (Spring 2011) 14–16
and the rules of race, X:4 (Spring 2011) 16–17
Puerto Rican Day Parade, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 36
Pullen, Sharon, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 4
Purnell, Brian (au), X:4 (Spring 2011) 4, 10–13
pushcarts, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 30–31
Putnam and Co., D.W. (Hammondsport, N.Y.), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 6–7

Quaker City (steamship), X:3 (Winter 2011) 12, 13
Quakers and Quakerism, I:3 (Winter 2002) 10; I:4 (Spring 2002) 29; III:4 (Spring 2004) 21–24; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 19–20; V:4 (Spring 2006) 20–23; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 9–10; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 24–27; X:2 (Fall 2010) 27; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 24–25; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 28–30
Quarry Farm, X:3 (Winter 2011) 12–15
Queens Co., N.Y.
airfields, III:2 (Fall 2003) 8–12
Colonial period, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 8–11
Prince Family Nursery, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 12–15
United Nations and, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 31
Quest, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 34–35
Quian, Shangsan, I:2 (Fall 2001) 17, 19
Quigley, Daniel S., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 10
Quimby, Harriet, III:2 (Fall 2003) 11
Quinn, Edythe Ann (au), VI:3 (Winter 2007) 3, 25–28
Quinn, May, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 33, 34
Quinney, John W., VII:3 (Winter 2008) 14

racial discrimination, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 17, 21, 30; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 36–37; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 19–21. See also discrimination; Harlem riot of 1964; Nazi Germany
racial identity, X:4 (Spring 2011) 14–17
racial integration. See education: integration of
de la Radiére, Col. Louis, II:2 (Fall 2002) 13
radio, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 13–17
Ragsdale, Michael, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 7
Raia, Jo-Ann, I:1 (Summer 2001) 4; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 7
Raiche, Bessica, III:2 (Fall 2003) 11
railroads, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 16–20; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 24–27; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 24. See also Underground Railroad
Raimond, Claire, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 28
Rainos, Eugene, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 3
Ram Dass (Richard Alpert), XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 24–27
Ramapough, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 32
Ramesses I, Pharaoh, X:1 (Summer 2010) 14–15
Ranlet, Philip (au), IV:3 (Winter 2005) 3, 22–25
Ransom, Louis, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 19–22
Rapp, Herbert, X:3 (Winter 2011) 32–33, 35
Rapp, Renae, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 8–9
Rapp-Coudert Committee, X:3 (Winter 2011) 33
Raskob, John, V:4 (Spring 2006) 9
Rathbone, Henry, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 15–16
Rathbone, John F., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 9; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 46
Rauf, Feisal Abdul, X:3 (Winter 2011) 23
43rd Battalion Virginia Cavalry. See Mosby's Rangers
Read, John, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 39
Ready.gov, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 30, 31
Reagan, Ronald, III:1 (Summer 2003) 27; X:1 (Summer 2010) 8; X:2 (Fall 2010) 19
Rebay, Hilla, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 6
rebellions, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 18
Rebellions of 1837, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 19
Reck, Heinrich, III:3 (Winter 2004) 15
Records Center. See under New York State Archives
records management, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 5
Rector's Café (Manhattan, N.Y.), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 14–17
Red Cross, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 24–25
Red Scare
first, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 33–35
second, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 28
Redbone, Butch (Ronald Eugene Van Dunk), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 29–30
Reddan, Bill, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 6
Redfield, Joseph, III:4 (Spring 2004) 9
Reed, Daniel Alden, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 34
Reed, Elaine Wrisley, X:1 (Summer 2010) 9
Reed, John, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 32–33
Reese, Paul Andrew (au), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 3, 28–31
reforestation, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 31–32
Register, Woody (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 8–12
Rehak, Melanie (au), V:4 (Spring 2006) 3, 13–15
Reilly, Janet, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 4
Reiss, Benjamin (au), III:4 (Spring 2004) 3, 25–28
religion. See also specific religions and denominations
African Americans and, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 28–31
New York State Lunatic Asylum and, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 29–31
slavery and, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 28–31
tolerance of, in Colonial period, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 8–11
Remington Products Company (Ilion, N.Y.), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 36
Remington Typewriter Company (Ilion, N.Y.), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 36
Remsen, N.Y., VII:1 (Summer 2007) 17
Renehan, Edward J., Jr. (au), III:3 (Winter 2004) 3, 20–23
Rensselaer Co., N.Y., VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4; X:1 (Summer 2010) 21, 22
Rensselaer Iron Works (South Troy, N.Y.), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 5
Renteria, Pvt. Alejandro R., III:3 (Winter 2004) 11
reproductive rights movement, III:4 (Spring 2004) 14–17
Republican Party
anti-suffragists and, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 22–25; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 20–21
Civil War and, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 26–28; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 24–25
Helen Boswell and, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 23–25
War of 1812 and, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 16–17; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 24–26
"Watchdog Committee" and, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 25–28
reservoirs, I:3 (Winter 2002) 22–23; II:4 (Spring 2003) 23–25
restaurants, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 6. See also alcohol sale curfews; delicatessens
Reuter, Arthur, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 25
Reuther, Victor, III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Reuther, Walter, III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Revere, Paul, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 31
Revolutionary War. See American Revolution; Daughters of the Revolution of 1776
revolving doors, X:3 (Winter 2011) 36–37
Reynolds, Maria, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 10
Reynolds, Steve, X:2 (Fall 2010) 30
Reynolds, William T. "Chip," I:3 (Winter 2002) 12–13
Rheinhardt, Alexandra, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 7
Rhodes, Thomas L., XI:3 (Winter 2012) 25
Rice, Kenneth, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 33
Rice, Martin P., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 14
Rice, William Gorham, V:3 (Winter 2006) 15
Richards, Alexander, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 22–23
Richelieu River, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 12
Richter, Robert O., VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 5
Riedesel, Fredericke, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 24
Riedsel, Baron Friedrich, X:1 (Summer 2010) 18, 19
Riley, Judge John B., XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 34
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 10–12
Riordan, Patrick, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 12
Ritchie, A. H., VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 38
Ritter, Rev. Bruce, V:3 (Winter 2006) 8–12
Rivera, Eloísa, I:3 (Winter 2002) 25
Rivera, Oscar García, I:3 (Winter 2002) 24–26; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 4
roads and turnpikes, III:1 (Summer 2003) 24–25; III:3 (Winter 2004) 4; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 29–32. See also turnpikes
historical markers, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 29–32
Robb, Negro, X:1 (Summer 2010) 18
robberies, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 32–35
Roberson, Wendy, III:4 (Spring 2004) 7
Robert Moses Bridge, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 25–27
Robert Moses-Robert H. Saunders Power Dam, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 24, 25, 27
Roberts, Laurie, V:3 (Winter 2006) 35
Roberts, Lorenzo P., IX:2 (Fall 2009) 33
Roberts, Needham, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 37
Roberts, Paul S. (au), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 14–18; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 5
Roberts, Sam (au), XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 12–15
Robertson, Stephen (au), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 6–7
Robins, Elizabeth, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 26
reading over her shoulder, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 28–29
scrapbook and archive, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 26–30
Robinson, Beverly, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 25; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 12
Robinson, Jake, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Robinson, Gov. Lucius, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 15; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 21
Robinson, Ray, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 9
Robinson, Wilbert, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 14
Rochester, N.Y., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 7; X:2 (Fall 2010) 15, 16
beauty industry in, II:2 (Fall 2002) 20–23
image database of, I:2 (Fall 2001) 5–6
Mt. Hope Cemetery, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 26
subway system, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 24–28
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) School of Design, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 10–12
Rochester School for the Deaf (Rochester, N.Y.), III:2 (Fall 2003) 5
Rockefeller, John D., Jr., X:4 (Spring 2011) 34, 35; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 31
Rockefeller, Gov. Nelson A., I:3 (Winter 2002) 4; III:2 (Fall 2003) 32; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 7; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 26; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 19–24; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 27, 31
and African American participation in Civil War centennial events, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 33–36
civil rights and, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 33
drug laws, I:1 (Summer 2001) 17
Rockefeller at 100, July 8-October 12 exhibition, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 16–17
State University system and, I:1 (Summer 2001) 16; I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; I:3 (Winter 2002) 27
Woodstock and, X:2 (Fall 2010) 31
Rockefeller Archive Center, X:4 (Spring 2011) 34
Rockefeller Center (Manhattan, N.Y.), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 15
Rockefeller Foundation, I:2 (Fall 2001) 13
Rockland Co., N.Y., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 32
Rockne, Knute, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 9–11
Rockwell, Dr. Alphonse, X:4 (Spring 2011) 29, 30, 31
Rockwell, Andrew, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 33
Rocky Ridge, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 15
Roe, Denise (au), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 23–25; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 5
Roe, Kathleen D. (au), II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 28–29; III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 6–7; V:1 (Summer 2005) 3, 8–9; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 3–5; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 4–6
Roe, Kathleen D., III:2 (Fall 2003) 6; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 6; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 5; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 5
Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History, III:1 (Summer 2003) 5
Rogers, Robert, III:3 (Winter 2004) 24–27
Rogers' Rangers, III:3 (Winter 2004) 24–27
Rohman, Richard, V:3 (Winter 2006) 19
Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany (RCDA)
Archives, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 12–13
marking changes within, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 12
relics, papers, and ceremonial objects, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 12–13
Rome, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
New York State School for the Deaf, II:3 (Winter 2003) 25
Romero, Matias, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 19
Romulus, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Roosevelt, Edith Kermit, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 28
Roosevelt, Eleanor, I:1 (Summer 2001) 14; II:2 (Fall 2002) 23, 28–29; V:3 (Winter 2006) 20–21; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 12; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 12–17
Roosevelt, Franklin D., I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; II:3 (Winter 2003) 26–27; III:1 (Summer 2003) 27; III:3 (Winter 2004) 8; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 30; V:3 (Winter 2006) 20–21; V:4 (Spring 2006) 10; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 4; X:1 (Summer 2010) 3, 8; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 8; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 14, 19. See also Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum; New Deal
draft war message to Congress, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 11
fervor for forests, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 30–32
forest conservation advocacy, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 28–32
La Guardia and, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 20–23
letters, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 10, 38, 39
political skills and battles, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 16–17
as preservation-conscious, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 29–30
radio broadcasts, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 13–17
Roosevelt, James J., IX:1 (Summer 2009) 25
Roosevelt, Theodore, I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; III:3 (Winter 2004) 20–23; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 6–7, 31; V:2 (Fall 2005) 10–11, 13; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 8, 10–11, 24–25; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 29; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 8, 25–28; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 40; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 29; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 31; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 29
a legacy in letters, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 28
preserving a presidential persona, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 36–37
as "snake in the grass," XII:2 (Fall 2012) 27–28
undercover, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 26–27
Roosevelt Island. See Blackwell's Island, N.Y.
Roosevelt's Secret War: FDR and World War II Espionage (Persico), II:3 (Winter 2003) 26–27
Root, Elihu, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 26
Root, John, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 17–18
Roper, Bill, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 11
Rose, Alfred, V:4 (Spring 2006) 6
Rose, Flora, I:1 (Summer 2001) 14–15; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 12–17
Rose, Peter G. (au), I:3 (Winter 2002) 3, 14
Rosenberg, Ethel, III:1 (Summer 2003) 28–29
Rosenberg, Julius, III:1 (Summer 2003) 28–29
Rosendale, S. W., V:3 (Winter 2006) 15
Rosenman, Samuel, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 15–16
Ross, John, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 22–23
Rosseel, Joseph, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 21–23
Rossetti, James A. (au), IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3, 24–25
Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 13–17
Roth, Renee, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 24–25
Rothstock, Otto, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 37
Rowe, Mona S. (au), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 4, 16–19
Rowe, W. H., XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 15
Roxin, Paul (au), X:3 (Winter 2011) 5, 16–19
Rozzelle, Sylvia (au), I:3 (Winter 2002) 3, 22–23
Rudolph, James, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 17–18
Ruff, Joshua (au), IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 14–15; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 3, 9–13
Ruller, Thomas J. (au), XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 4–5; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 3; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 3, 9; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 3; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 3, 7
Ruller, Thomas J., 1XV:3 (Winter 2016) 3; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 6
Rulloff, Edward H., VII:3 (Winter 2008) 28–31
Rumanian delis, X:1 (Summer 2010) 32
Runyon, Damon, III:4 (Spring 2004) 19–20; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 14–17; X:1 (Summer 2010) 31
Ruppert, Jacob, III:4 (Spring 2004) 18–20
Rural Electrification Administration (REA), XII:4 (Spring 2013) 12
Rural Free Delivery, X:1 (Summer 2010) 11
Rush, Dr. Benjamin, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 13; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 13; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 23
Rusk, Mayor Alvin, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 27
Russel, Stephen, III:4 (Spring 2004) 24
Russell, Joseph (" Abraham Hamilton"), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 13–15
Russia, N.Y., V:2 (Fall 2005) 25
Russian Orthodoxy Church, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 12–13
an American-style Russian Hamlet, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 16–17
expansion, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 16
historical chaos and, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 13–14
tragedy, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 14–15
Ruth, George Herman "Babe," III:4 (Spring 2004) 18–20
Rutland and Washington Railroad. See Troy and Rutland (T&R) Railroad
Rutledge, Maj. Edward, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 13
Ryan, Aileen, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 8
Ryckman, Albert Janse, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 30
Ryder, Rev. Ernest, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 13
Rynders, Marshall Isaiah, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 25, 26

Sabbath, baseball on the, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 10–12, 14
Sabbath Day Adventists, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 30, 31
Brooklyn branch, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 29–30
Sabbath schools. See Sunday schools
Sabin, Pauline, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 25
Sackets Harbor, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 30–33; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 11, 12, 13
Sackets Harbor and Saratoga Railroad Company, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21
Sag Harbor (Suffolk, Co., N.Y.), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 37
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site (Cove Neck, N.Y.), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 36–37
Sagoyewatha (Red Jacket), III:2 (Fall 2003) 31
Saint Lawrence Seaway. See St. Lawrence Seaway
St. Nicholas Hotel (New York City), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 12–13
St. Stanislaus Cemetery (Cheektowaga, N.Y.), I:2 (Fall 2001) 15
Salce, Sean, X:2 (Fall 2010) 30, 31
sales tax, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 25
Salina, N.Y., III:1 (Summer 2003) 24–25
Salmagundi Club, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 21
Salmon, Dave, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 6
Salomon, Capt. Ben, III:3 (Winter 2004) 11
saloons, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 16–19; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 17. See also alcohol sale curfews
Salt City, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 40. See also Syracuse, N.Y.
Salt Lake, N.Y., XV:1 (Summer 2015) 40
Salvadore Allende (cargo ship), V:1 (Summer 2005) 29–31
Salzburg Company, H.E., VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 27
Sampson, Frank J., XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 31–32
Samuel, Lawrence R. (au), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 5, 28–31; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 16–19; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 32–35
Sanborn, Daniel Alfred, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 12–13
Sanborn Map Company, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 12–15; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 19–23
Sanborn Map Key, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 13
Sanchez-Campo, Gabe, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Sanders, Dan, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 24
Sanders, William S., XI:3 (Winter 2012) 31
Sandoval-Strausz, A. K. (au), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 3, 10–13
Sandy, Hurricane, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 6–7
Sandy Creek, Battle of, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 30
Sandy Hook, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 31, 32
"sanforization," II:1 (Summer 2002) 6–7
Sanger, Margaret, III:4 (Spring 2004) 14–16; III:4 (Sring 2004) 17
sanitation, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 28, 30–32
lack of, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 29
Sanitation Department. See New York City Department of Street Cleaning
Saposs, David J., III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Saranac Lake, N.Y. sanatoriums, II:3 (Winter 2003) 8–11
Saratoga, Battle of, X:1 (Summer 2010) 18
Saratoga Association, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 15–18
Saratoga Co., N.Y. See Narita, Suye
Saratoga Floral Parade of 1897, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 24
Saratoga Race Course, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 15–18
Eden in Saratoga, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 17–18
"the acquisition of a gentleman," XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 15–16
a track transformed, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 16–17
Saratoga Race Track, II:1 (Summer 2002) 22–23
Saratoga Springs, N.Y., II:1 (Summer 2002) 21–23; III:1 (Summer 2003) 18–21; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8; X:1 (Summer 2010) 25–27; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 18–21; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 36; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 32, 33; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 22–23. See also Smith, Franklin Webster
City Hall, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 32–33
"saving," XV:1 (Summer 2015) 22–23
Sardino, Tom, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 11
"Sardi's Room" (New York State Writers Institute), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 6, 7
Sargant, Sen. Aaron A., X:4 (Spring 2011) 26
Sarna, Susan, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 36–37
Sarony, Napoleon, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 23
Sauer, Cynthia (au), X:2 (Fall 2010) 5, 8–9
Sauthier, Claude-Joseph, I:4 (Spring 2002) 16–19
Savoy, Thomas (au), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 4, 8–9
Sayers, Ann (au), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 4, 15–17
Saypol, Judge Irving, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 14
scalping, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 18–19
bounty for scalps, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 20–22
a brutal practice, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 19–20
as economic tool of war, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 21
a face from the dead, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 21
Scenic Hudson Preservation Conference, I:2 (Fall 2001) 12
Schaefer, Vincent, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 10–12
Schaffer, Louis, V:3 (Winter 2006) 18–19
Schagen, Peter, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 16
Schaming, Mark, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 7; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 8
Schang, Wallie, III:4 (Spring 2004) 19
Schemerhorn, Charles, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 21–22
Schenectady, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 32
George Westinghouse and, X:3 (Winter 2011) 30–31
WGY radio station, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 14–15
Schenectady Massacre, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 30
Schenevus, N.Y., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20
Schenkman, A. J. (au), X:1 (Summer 2010) 5, 17–19
Scherer, John L. (au), XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 33–35
Schiff, Dorothy, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 25
Schlett, James (au), XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 20–25
Schmitz, Jonathan D. (au), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 25–29
Schneider, Martin L. (au), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 4, 24–27
Schnur, Bruce, I:2 (Fall 2001) 16–17
Schoharie, Village of, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 7
Schoharie Co., N.Y.
Civil War sharps shooters and, V:1 (Summer 2005) 24
hop farming in, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 16–20
Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 18–21
schools. See education
Schram, Margaret B. (au), IV:4 (Spring 2005) 3, 18–22
Schultz, Dutch (Arthur Flegenheimer), II:3 (Winter 2003) 22; III:1 (Summer 2003) 19
Schumann, Sheilah, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Schumer, Sen. Charles, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 26; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 37
Schurmann, Gustav, X:3 (Winter 2011) 27
Schurmann, Jacob Gould, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 28
Schuyler, Gen. Cortlandt van Rensselaer, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 21
Schuyler, Gen. Philip, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 9–10; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 6; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 36–37
Schuyler, Pieter, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 40
"Schuyler Limner," XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 40
Schwab, Janie, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 11
Schwabach, Deborah (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 31
Schwalberg, Carol (au), II:4 (Spring 2003) 3, 20–22
Schwartz, Clara, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 17
Schwartz, Ireta, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 17
Schwarz, Daniel R. (au), IV:3 (Winter 2005) 3, 14–17
Schweid, Mark, V:3 (Winter 2006) 18–19
Scipio, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Scooter's Bar (Forestport, N.Y.), VII:1 (Summer 2007) 18
Scopes "Monkey Trial," IX:1 (Summer 2009) 34, 35
Scorca, Marc, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 19
Scorsese, Martin, X:2 (Fall 2010) 30
Scott, Alexander Stewart, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 11–12
along the Erie Canal, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 13–15
beyond Palmyra, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 15
Northern Tour, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 12–13
Scott, Seaman John, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 38, 39
Scott, Kenneth, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 31
Scott, Winfield, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 18–21
scrapbook-makers, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 26
scrapbooks, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 26, 26–30
a view of time and space, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 29–30
Seabiscuit, III:1 (Summer 2003) 18–21
Seagers, Clayton B., XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 36
Sealers of Weights and Measures, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4
seals, government, V:2 (Fall 2005) 16–17
Seaway treaty, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 25–26
seeds, garden, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 35
Seeger, Pete, X:1 (Summer 2010) 9
Seeman, Miriam Calder, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 32
Segelken, H. Roger (au), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 12–17
segregation, racial, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 8; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 26–29. See also education: integration of
Selective Service Act, III:3 (Winter 2004) 8–10; V:2 (Fall 2005) 14
Seliney, Fort Lewis, II:3 (Winter 2003) 24–25
Sempronius, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Seneca Falls, N.Y., IV:3 (Winter 2005) 26–28
women's rights movement, V:2 (Fall 2005) 23–27; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 26–27
Seneca Indians, III:2 (Fall 2003) 31; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 8; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 25–26
Sengstacken, Maj. Gene, V:1 (Summer 2005) 29–30
September 11, 2001 terrorist attack, I:3 (Winter 2002) 6–7, 13; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 24–25; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 6–7
"9/11 History and Memory: What to Save and How," IX:2 (Fall 2009) 8
Sernett, Dr. Milton C. (au), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 32–35
Sessions, Walter L., VI:3 (Winter 2007) 20
Seventh-Day Adventists, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 29–31
Seward, Frances "Fanny," VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 6–7
Seward, Frederick William, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 27
Seward, Gov. William Henry, I:1 (Summer 2001) 10–11; III:4 (Spring 2004) 11–13; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 6–7, 42; X:4 (Spring 2011) 18, 21; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 24–27
European crises and, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 26–27
as secretary of state, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 24–25
vacation diplomacy, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 27
Seward, James Watkins, II:3 (Winter 2003) 14–15
Seward, William, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 8
Sewell, William Henry, III:4 (Spring 2004) 8
Seymour, Gov. Horatio, II:3 (Winter 2003) 20; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 27, 29; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 25, 27
as Democratic critic, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 27–28
Seymour, Lisa (au), XV:1 (Summer 2015) 31–35
Shaara, Jeff, II:2 (Fall 2002) 7
Shader, Nancy, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 6
Shady Rest Golf and Country Club (Scotch Plains, N.J.), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 15
Shaheen, Amy, I:2 (Fall 2001) 17, 19
Shaker Heritage Society, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 17
Shakers, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 30–31; X:4 (Spring 2011) 22–25; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 33; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 31–33
allure of the, X:4 (Spring 2011) 23–24
beauty and utility, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 33–34
called to the, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 15–16
Christians in community, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 34–35
a family story, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 15–17
leaving, one by one, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 17
Shakespeare in Delaware Park (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Shanker, Al, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 24–27
Shapiro, Irwin, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 25–26
Shapiro, "Jake," VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 31
Sharpe, Gen. George H., X:1 (Summer 2010) 34–35
Shattuck, Martha Dickinson (au), I:3 (Winter 2002) 3, 8–13
Shaw, George Bernard, II:2 (Fall 2002) 23
Shawkey, Bob "Ol' Reliable," III:4 (Spring 2004) 20
Shea, Jack, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 18–19
as a forceful advocate, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 20–21
a hero's welcome at 1932 Winter Olympics, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 19–20
supporting Jews in Lake Placid, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 20
Shea, Michael, III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Shea's Performing Arts Center (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Sheehan, John, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 32–33
Sheehan, Mary, III:3 (Winter 2004) 30
Sheehey, Matthew (au), II:2 (Fall 2002) 3, 5
Shelford, Victor Ernest, I:2 (Fall 2001) 11
Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 6–7
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 6–7
Shelley-Godwin Archive, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 6–7
Shelter Island (Suffolk, Co., N.Y.), XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 8–9; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 29. See also Sylvester Manor
Shepard, William S., XI:1 (Summer 2011) 11, 13
Sheppard-Towner Act of 1921, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 32
Sherer, Kenneth, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
Sheridan, Philip, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 9
Sherlock Holmes, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 23
Sherman, Jerri (au), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 17–19
Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, X:1 (Summer 2010) 11; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 26
Shinnecock Hills Golf Club (Southampton, L.I.), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 12–15
Shinnecock Indians, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 14
Shippee, Mary, III:2 (Fall 2003) 7
Shippen, John, Jr., VII:4 (Spring 2008) 12, 14–15
Shippen, John, Sr., VII:4 (Spring 2008) 14–15
Shippen, Dr. William, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 14
ships, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 26; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 8–9; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 24; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 40
Shoemaker, George, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 26
Shokan, N.Y., I:3 (Winter 2002) 22
Shope, Leslie (au), X:3 (Winter 2011) 5, 8, 9
Shorto, Russell, V:1 (Summer 2005) 16–17
Shorto, Russell (au), IV:4 (Spring 2005) 3, 8–11; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 3, 8–11
Shotwell, Anna, III:4 (Spring 2004) 21–22
Shumard, Oliver G., XII:1 (Summer 2012) 27
"shunpikers," III:1 (Summer 2003) 25
shunpikes, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4–5
Sicher, C. L., X:1 (Summer 2010) 34–35
Sidney Franklin Collection, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 11,XV:2 (Fall 2015) 10
Siegel, Arthur (au), XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 8–9
Siegel, Benjamin, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 31
Siegfried, Clifford A., I:1 (Summer 2001) 28
Sigel, Elsie, V:4 (Spring 2006) 24–27
Silkman, James B., XV:2 (Fall 2015) 27–31
committed to insane asylum, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 27–29
marching against psychiatric abuses, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 29–30
vindication, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 31
Sill, Dunkin H., XI:3 (Winter 2012) 31, 32
Siminoff, Faren R. (au), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 3, 12–15
Simon, Dr. Bernard, V:4 (Spring 2006) 6–7
Sing, Chong, V:4 (Spring 2006) 24, 26
Sing Sing Correctional Facility (Ossining, N.Y.), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 32; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 30–32; X:4 (Spring 2011) 31, 32; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 33; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 34–35; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 15, 16
Singer, John, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 10–11
Singleton, Ray, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 26
Sink, Robert (au), XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 15–19
Sisk, Bridget (au), II:3 (Winter 2003) 3–4
Sisson, Chloe, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 26, 27, 29
Sive, David, I:2 (Fall 2001) 12
Sive, Mary Robinson (au), VI:2 (Fall 2006) 3, 21–23
Six Mile Creek and typhoid epidemic of 1903, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 25, 26
Six Mile Creek Dam, building, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 24, 26
Six Nations. See Iroquois Indians
Skenandoah, Adam, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 32
Skenandoah, Chief, V:4 (Spring 2006) 18; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 32
Slack, Charles (au), V:2 (Fall 2005) 3, 18–22
slave catchers, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 12–15
"slave markets," VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 26–27
slave trade in New York City, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 23–27
slavery, I:1 (Summer 2001) 10–13, 29; I:2 (Fall 2001) 29; I:4 (Spring 2002) 29; II:1 (Summer 2002) 29; II:2 (Fall 2002) 19; III:1 (Summer 2003) 13–15; V:4 (Spring 2006) 18; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 27–29; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 34–35; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 8; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 26, 34; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 27–29. See also abolitionism; African Americans; Caesar; Emancipation Proclamation; Northup, Solomon; Truth, Sojourner
"An Act More Effectually To Protect the Free Citizens of This State from Being Kidnapped" (1840 law), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 12–15
Charles Nalle and, X:1 (Summer 2010) 20–23
in Dutchess Co., N.Y., I:3 (Winter 2002) 15–18
Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, and, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 37–41
free blacks kidnapped and sold into, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 12–15
freed slaves, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 35
Niagara Falls and, X:1 (Summer 2010) 15
pro-slavery movement, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 28–31
religion and, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 28–31
rules of, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 30–31
in Weeksville (Brooklyn), N.Y., V:1 (Summer 2005) 11–13; VI:1 (Summer 2005) 10
in Westchester Co., N.Y., I:3 (Winter 2002) 15–18; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 27–29
Slayton, Robert A. (au), II:4 (Spring 2003) 3, 16–19; III:4(Spring 2004) 18; III:4 (Spring 2004) 19–20; V:4 (Spring 2006) 3, 8–12; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 30–33
Slingerlands, N.Y., VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4
Small Town (Hicks), IV:3 (Winter 2005) 10–13
Smiley, Albert K., XI:2 (Fall 2011) 22–25
Smiley, Daniel, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 22
Smith, Gov. Alfred "Al" Emanuel, II:4 (Spring 2003) 16–19; III:4 (Spring 2004) 19; V:4 (Spring 2006) 9–11; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 13–15; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 22; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 12; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 23, 34–35; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 15
Smith, Barbara, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 3
Smith, Calvin, X:3 (Winter 2011) 4
Smith, E. Delafield, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 25–27
Smith, Elinor, III:2 (Fall 2003) 9, 11
Smith, Eve P. (au), II:2 (Fall 2002) 3
Smith, Fillmore, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 34
Smith, Franklin Webster, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 21–22
almost remaking the capital, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 24
a builder's legacy, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 25
the French (quarter) connection, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 23–24
"saving" Saratoga, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 22–23
Smith, Gerrit, I:1 (Summer 2001) 13; II:1 (Summer 2002) 29; II:3 (Winter 2003) 13; V:3 (Winter 2006) 22–24; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 28–31; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 19; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 33; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 26–27
Smith, James McCune, III:4 (Spring 2004) 21–22
Smith, Joseph, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 16–19
Smith, Kari R. (au), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 3, 6–7
Smith, Leonard, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 13
Smith, Mabel Parker, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 31
Smith, Col. Merritt H., IX:3 (Winter 2010) 14
Smith, Moe, II:3 (Winter 2003) 22–23
Smith, Richard Norton (au), I:4 (Spring 2002) 3, 8–11
Smith, Russell, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 10
Smith, William, Jr., XII:1 (Summer 2012) 30
Snell, Bernard, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 25
Snow, Tara, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 7
snowshoeing, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 32
Snyder, Francine (au), XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 6–7
Snyder, William F. (au), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 6–7
Soares, David, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 3
social media, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 3
Socialism, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 25–27
Society of American Archivists (SAA), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 11
Soll, David (au), XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 28–31
Solomon, Geri, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 6; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 8
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 6–7
design and construction, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 6–7
Solon, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Solow, Herbert, V:1 (Summer 2005) 9
Sonnenblick, Isaac, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 36
Sonnenblick, Pauline, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 36, 37
Sonnenblick, Ruth, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 36, 37
Sons of Liberty, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 29–30, 32
Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 28, 29
Sons of the Revolution (SR), X:2 (Fall 2010) 13
Soodalter, Ron (au), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 23–27
Soper, George A., III:1 (Summer 2003) 22–23; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 27–28
Sorin, Gretchen Sullivan (au), I:2 (Fall 2001) 3, 29
Soule, Amasa, V:3 (Winter 2006) 24
Sousa, John Phillip, III:4 (Spring 2004) 19
South Mall (Albany, N.Y.), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 19–24. See also Empire State Plaza
South Otselic, N.Y., VI:2 (Fall 2006) 7
Southampton
conflicts between wealthy resort population and year-round residents, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 20–23
as public vs. private, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 22–23
summer people at, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 20
Southern Baptist Convention, 1845, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 31
Southern Tier, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 6–7
Soviet Union, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 13. See also Cold War
Spalding, Albert, II:4 (Spring 2003) 10–11
Spangler, Edman (aka Edward), X:3 (Winter 2011) 28, 29; X:4 (Spring 2011) 18
Spanish-American War, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 30–31
Spanish Americans, III:1 (Summer 2003) 13–15
"Spanish Negroes," III:1 (Summer 2003) 13–15
Speaks, Sara Pelham, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 25–26
Spencer, Elmina, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 23
Spending and Government Efficiency (SAGE) Commission, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 8, 9
Sperber, Murray, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 8
Spier, Ida, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 30
Spier, Isaac, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 30
Spillane, Joseph, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 8
Spillman, Jane Shadel (au), IV:1 (Summer 2004) 3, 27
Spinner, Harry, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 31
Spiritualist Movement, I:3 (Winter 2002) 19–21; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 35; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 27, 28, 30
Spitzer, Gov. Eliot, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 10; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 4; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 8
Split Rock (Onondaga, N.Y.), XII:3 (Winter 2013) 28–31
Spongberg, Stephen, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 15
sports games, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 7–9. See also specific sports
on Sundays, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 10–15
Spriggs, Bill, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 26–27
St. John, Thadeus, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 15
St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., trade and smuggling during War of 1812 in, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 20
the basis for war, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 20–22
business vs. the military, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 22–23
in defense of liberties, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 23
the friendly terms of smuggling, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 22
St. Lawrence Seaway, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 34
St. Lawrence Seaway Power Project, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 24–27
St. Mark's Lutheran Church, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 11, 14
Staats, Nicholas, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 21–22
Stafford, Jane, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 7
Stagnitti family, Canastota, N.Y., V:1 (Summer 2005) 21
stained glass, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 16–20. See also glassblowing
Stalbert, Fred, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 8
Staley, Joan, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 27–28
Stalin, Joseph, II:3 (Winter 2003) 26; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 12
Stalker, Peter, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 5
Stamp Act, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 29, 31
Stangl, Peter, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 15
Stanton, C. C., XV:2 (Fall 2015) 30
Stanton, Edwin M., VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 44–45
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, I:2 (Fall 2001) 20–21; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 21–23; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 27–28; V:2 (Fall 2005) 23; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 25–27; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 27; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 26–27
Starr, Mark, III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Starr, Tom, X:2 (Fall 2010) 29
State Agricultural and Industrial School (Monroe Co., N.Y.), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 33
State Archives Document Showcase, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 9
State Asylum for Insane Convicts (Auburn, N.Y.), V:3 (Winter 2006) 17
State Commission Against Discrimination (SCAD), X:4 (Spring 2011) 10–13
State Drink Hall, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 36
State Drink Park, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 36
State Education Building, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 7
State Education Department (SED). See New York State Education Department
State Forest Preserve, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 29
State Hospital for the Criminally Insane at Matteawan (Dutchess County), IX:4 (Spring 2010) 12–13
State Industrial School, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 33
State Records Center. See under New York State Archives
State Reforestation Law of 1929, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 32
State University of New York (SUNY), I:3 (Winter 2002) 27
States' Impact on Federal Education Policy Project (SIFEPP), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 6
Statler, Ellsworth M., III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
steamboats, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 26–29; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 9; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 12
Steele, Jeffrey (au), VI:2 (Fall 2006) 3, 6–7
Steele, Osman N., III:2 (Fall 2003) 13–15
Steenshorne, Jennifer E. (au), III:3 (Winter 2004) 3, 13–15; X:2 (Fall 2010) 5, 10–13
Stein, Geoffrey N. (au), II:1 (Summer 2002) 3, 16–17
Steinmetz, Charles Proteus, X:2 (Fall 2010) 32, 33
Steinway, William, III:3 (Winter 2004) 13–15; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 9
Steinway (Steinweg) family (New York City), III:3 (Winter 2004) 13–15
Stephens, Barrington, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 17
Sterling Alaska Fur & Game Farm (Lake Placid, N.Y.), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 36
Stevens, John Austin, X:2 (Fall 2010) 13
Stevenson, Archibald, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 34
Steward, Austin, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 26
Stewart, C. Evan (au), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 8–12; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 5, 24–27
Stewart, Mary Liz (au), I:4 (Spring 2002) 3, 29; V:4 (Spring 2006) 3, 28
Stewart, Paul (au), I:4 (Spring 2002) 3, 29; V:4 (Spring 2006) 3, 28
Stillman, William James, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21–23, 25
Stockbridge, Mass., VII:3 (Winter 2008) 12
Stoddard, William, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 17–XII:3 (Winter 2013) 18
Stoff, Joshua, III:2 (Fall 2003) 10
Stone, Albert, I:2 (Fall 2001) 5
Stone, Lucy, I:2 (Fall 2001) 20
Stone, Robert, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 22
stoneware, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 33–35
Stony Brook University Special Collections and University Archives, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Stony Brook Victory Camp (Dansville, N.Y.), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 6–7
Storm, Geoffrey (au), VII:2 (Fall 2007) 3, 13–17; X:2 (Fall 2010) 5, 28–31; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 20–23
storms, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 6–7, 36
Stowe, Harriet Beecher, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 23, 25; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 24–25
Stradling, David (au), II:4 (Spring 2003) 3, 23–25
Strand, Ginger (au), X:1 (Summer 2010) 5, 12–16
Stransenback, Ed, V:3 (Winter 2006) 6
Stratemeyer, Edna, V:4 (Spring 2006) 14
Stratemeyer, Edward, V:4 (Spring 2006) 14
street-cleaning leagues, juvenile, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 31
street sweepers, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 32. See also New York City Department of Street Cleaning
Strong, George Templeton, X:2 (Fall 2010) 13
Strong, John, I:1 (Summer 2001) 23–25
Strong, Maj. Gen. Sam, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 15
Strong Memorial Hospital, X:3 (Winter 2011) 18, 19
Strum, Harvey (au), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 22–26
Stuart, Deana, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 5
Stuart, Gilbert, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 26
Stuart, Gen. Jeb, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 16
Stuart, Sandy (au), I:1 (Summer 2001) 3, 29
Student Research Award Program, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 8
Studio Arena Theater (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Studio Theatre School (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Stuetz, Kent (au), XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 5
Stuyvesant, Peter (Petrus), I:3 (Winter 2002) 9; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 8–11; V:1 (Summer 2005) 15–17; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 9–10
Suffolk Co., N.Y.
airfields, III:2 (Fall 2003) 8–12
land conservation in, I:2 (Fall 2001) 12–13
windmills, II:1 (Summer 2002) 24–25
witch hunts, V:2 (Fall 2005) 9
suffrage. See African Americans: suffrage; voting; women's suffrage
sugar industry, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 24–27
Sugar Trust, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 26
Suggs, Jon-Christian (au), IX:4 (Spring 2010) 9–13
Sulzer, Gov. William, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 18–23; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 12–13; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 34
summer camps
children's, in Adirondack Mountains, III:1 (Summer 2003) 16–17
religious, Methodist, II:1 (Summer 2002) 18–20
resorts in Catskill Mountains, II:1 (Summer 2002) 12–15
Sunday schools, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 25–26
adding back what's missing, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 29
a movement is born, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 28–29
taking it to the woods, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 26
Supernatural Genesee, V:2 (Fall 2005) 5
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 38
Surak, Amy M. (au), V:3 (Winter 2006) 3, 8–12
Surratt, John, Jr., X:4 (Spring 2011) 18–21
Surratt, John, Sr., X:4 (Spring 2011) 18, 19
Surratt, Mary Jenkins, X:4 (Spring 2011) 18, 19, 21
Susannah (opera), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 18, 19
Suter, John, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 5
Suter, John (au), I:2 (Fall 2001) 3, 13
Swaney, Keith (au), XI:2 (Fall 2011) 3, 8
Sweeney, John Johnson, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 7
Sweeney, John R., VI:3 (Winter 2007) 26
Swinyer, Joe, II:1 (Summer 2002) 6
Sylvester, Brinley, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 27, 28
Sylvester, Constant, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 26, 27
Sylvester, Grissell, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 28–30
Sylvester, Nathaniel, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 8–9; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 26–30
Sylvester Manor (Shelter Island, N.Y.), XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 8–9; XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 26–30
competing narratives of, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 29–30
slaves and wealth, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 27–28
Symes, Lancaster, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 33–34
Symonds, Craig L. (au), VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 5, 22–25; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 5; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 10
Syracuse, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31; XV:1 (Summer 2015) 40; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 6
abolition movement in, V:3 (Winter 2006) 22–24
salt industry and, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 40
Syracuse University
College of Forestry, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 30
College of Home Economics, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 12–13
Pan Am Flight 103 and, X:4 (Spring 2011) 8–9
Special Collections Research Center (SCRC), XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 6, 7
Vietnam anti-war protest, 1970, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 8–12
Syracuse University Flying Club (SUFC), XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 7

Tabor, Isaiah West, I:4 (Spring 2002) 14
Taconic Mountains, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 18–20
Taft, William Howard, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 24
Taghkanic, N.Y., VII:4 (Spring 2008) 34–35
Takacs, Peter, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 18
Talavera, Claverack, N.Y., II:2 (Fall 2002) 16–19
de Talleyrand, Charles Maurice, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 20–21
Tallmadge, Benjamin, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 10, 12, 13
Talmage, T. De Witt, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 26
Tammany Hall (New York City), VII:1 (Summer 2007) 25–26; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 12; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 18–23; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 30–33; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 29
Tanenbaum, Pamela, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 8
Tanimoto, Rev. Kiyoshi, V:4 (Spring 2006) 6
Tantillo, Len, I:2 (Fall 2001) 8–9
Tappan, Arthur, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 29
Tappan, Christopher, II:2 (Fall 2002) 13
Tappan, Lewis, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 29
Tappan Patent, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 31, 34
Taranov, Aleksandr, V:1 (Summer 2005) 28–29, 31
tax records, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 32–33
taxes, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 25
cheating on, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 5
and violence, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 29–30
Tayler, John, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 21–23; XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 24–25
Taylor, Alan, I:2 (Fall 2002) 6
Taylor, Alan (au), VI:3 (Winter 2007) 3, 8–11; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 14–17
Taylor, Anabel, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 11
Taylor, Isabelle (au), XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 14–18; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 5
Taylor, John, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 25–26
Taylor, Myron Charles, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 8–12; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 4
Taylor, Ruth Carol, X:3 (Winter 2011) 17
Taylor Formula, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 9, 10
Taylor Mission, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 10, 12
Taylor & Sons, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 26–27
Taylor v. Louisiana (1975), I:4 (Spring 2002) 28
Tea Act of 1773, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 30
tea parties, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 29
ignited by tea, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 30
impromptu tea party with a twist, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 31–32
a secret deal, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 30–31
taxes and violence, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 29
Teachers Guild, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 24
teachers persecuted during McCarthyism, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 31–35
forced to inform, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 34–35
hundreds driven out, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 33–34
interrogating teachers, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 32–33
Teachers Union (TU), XV:3 (Winter 2016) 32, 33, 35
teacups, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 24
Teasdale, Parry D. (au), III:3 (Winter 2004) 3, 31
Tembeckjian, Bob, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 10
Temporary Emergency Relief Administration, III:2 (Fall 2003) 28–29
Ten Eycke, Joseph, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 15
Tenderloin (Manhattan, N.Y.), XV:2 (Fall 2015) 12
"Tennis for Two" (video game), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 16–19
terracotta, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 40
Terry, George, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 22
textile industry, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 9
Thacher, Mayor George Hornell, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 24–27
Thanksgiving, origins of, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 30
Thayer, Sylvanus, II:2 (Fall 2002) 15
theater, III:4 (Spring 2004) 29; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 8–9. See also International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees; vaudeville
in Buffalo, N.Y., III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
19th-century, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 12–15
Theatre of Youth (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Théodore, Ada Bertha. See Menken, Adah Isaacs
Theodore Roosevelt Association, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 36
"Theoline," IX:2 (Fall 2009) 22
Thieves of Book Row (McDade), XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 23
Thomas, Jennifer Lynn, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 6
Thomas, Lorrin (au), X:4 (Spring 2011) 4, 14–17
Thomas, M. Carey, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 24, 25
Thomas, Norman, III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Thomas, Dr. T. Gaillard, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 20–21
Thomas Indian School (Cattaraugus Reservation), XII:2 (Fall 2012) 38–39
Thompson, Bryan, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
Thompson, Courtney, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 6
Thompson, Fred, III:1 (Summer 2003) 8–12
Thompson, Lydia, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 18–20
female fan culture, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 21–22
as Gilded Age celebrity, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 20
women stalking, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 20–21
Thompson, Morgan, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 7
Thompson, Polly, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 24
Thony, Nick (au), XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 24–27
Throop, Gov. Enos, III:4 (Spring 2004) 8
Tianello, Rose, V:1 (Summer 2005) 20–21
Ticonderoga, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 19, 20. See also Fort Ticonderoga
Tietsoort, Willem, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 30, 31
Tiffany, Louis Comfort, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 17–20
Tiffany Girls, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 17–19
Tiffany’s Glass and Decorating Company, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 17
employment of women, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 19–20
life at, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 17–18
Tilden, Samuel, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 15
Tildsley, John L., V:4 (Spring 2006) 21–22
Timbuctoo, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 33
Timone, George, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 35
Tiro, Karim M. (au), V:4 (Spring 2006) 3, 16–19; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 20–23
tobacco, V:2 (Fall 2005) 32
Todd, Nancy L. (au), VI:4 (Spring 2007) 3, 18–19
tollgates, circumventing, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4
Tomasi, Dr. Thomas B., IX:1 (Summer 2009) 15–16
Tompkins, Gov. Daniel D., I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 20–23; X:2 (Fall 2010) 14; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 37; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 22; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 22–26
Tompkins, N.Y., V:1 (Summer 2005) 7
Tompkins Co., N.Y., X:4 (Spring 2011) 27
Civil War nurses in, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 20–21
Tornatore, Adam, V:1 (Summer 2005) 20
Torre, Jason, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 9
Torres-Saillant, Dr. Silvio, III:3 (Winter 2004) 6–7
Torrey, Dr. E. Fuller (au), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3, 30–32
Torry, Jean, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 8
Tourgée, Albion Winegar, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 8–9
Townsend, Frederick B., III:2 (Fall 2003) 24
Townsend, Martin, X:1 (Summer 2010) 22
Townsend, Robert, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 10–13
trade. See free trade; St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., smuggling during War of 1812 in
transvestism. See cross-dressing
Treaty of Buffalo Creek, 1838, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 25
Treaty of Canandaigua, 1794, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 25
"tree bibles," VII:4 (Spring 2008) 4
Trefousse, Hans L. (au), VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 5, 42–45
Treman, Robert H., XII:1 (Summer 2012) 25, 26, 28
Trenton Falls, N.Y., VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 6
Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, 1911 (New York City), II:4 (Spring 2003) 17–18, 32; X:3 (Winter 2011) 36; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 8–12, 36; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 14
Tribble, Scott (au), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 32–35
Triennial Conference of the Baptist Foreign Mission Society, 1844, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 29–30
Trimm, Steve (au), X:2 (Fall 2010) 5
Troisi-Paton, Kimberly (au), IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3, 21–23
Tropical Storm Lee (2011), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 6
Trotter, Dr. Thomas, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 13
trout "a la Woods," X:1 (Summer 2010) 33
Troy, N.Y., X:2 (Fall 2010) 15
abolitionists and fugitive slaves in, X:1 (Summer 2010) 22
Blizzard of 1888, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 36
Charles Nalle and, X:1 (Summer 2010) 23
textile industry, II:1 (Summer 2002) 6–7
theater in, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 12–15
turnpikes in, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 29
World War I and, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 32
Troy and Rutland (T&R) Railroad, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 21
Troy Museum (Troy, N.Y.), VI:3 (Winter 2007) 12–15
Troy Vigilance Committee. See Underground Railroad
Trudeau, Dr. Edward Livingston, II:3 (Winter 2003) 8
Truman, Harry S., III:1 (Summer 2003) 27; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 21; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 30
Trumbo, Dalton, I:1 (Summer 2001) 18–19
Trump, Donald L. (au), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 13–17
Truth, Sojourner, X:2 (Fall 2010) 24–27
Tryon, Gen. William, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 29; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 30–31
Tu, Sherry, I:2 (Fall 2001) 17–19
tuberculosis, II:3 (Winter 2003) 8–11
Tubman, Harriet, I:1 (Summer 2001) 29; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 22–25; X:1 (Summer 2010) 15, 20, 22, 23
Tuckerman, George, V:1 (Summer 2005) 25
Tugwell, Rexford Guy, III:2 (Fall 2003) 21
Tully, Grace, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 15
Tully, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Turk, Jacob, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 30
Turner, Brittany (au), X:2 (Fall 2010) 5–7
Turner, Dr. Joseph Edward, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 12–15
turnpikes, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 32; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 29–31. See also roads and turnpikes
tollgates on, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4
Turpin, William, III:4 (Spring 2004) 22
Tuscarora Indians, V:4 (Spring 2006) 18; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 8; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 31
Tuskeegee Airmen, I:4 (Spring 2002) 22
Twain, Mark, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 5; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 17; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 30; X:3 (Winter 2011) 11–15
on Adah Isaacs Menken, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 21–22
courtship of Olivia Langdon, X:3 (Winter 2011) 12–13
in Elmira, X:3 (Winter 2011) 12–15
in his study, X:3 (Winter 2011) 14
Tweed, William M. "Boss," II:1 (Summer 2002) 9; II:4 (Spring 2003) 20
Tyler, Comfort, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 40
typhoid epidemic of 1903, III:1 (Summer 2003) 22–23; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 24–28
business above health, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 25–26
death and politics, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 27
Great Easter Flood of 1913 and, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 16–17
sources of, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 26–27
two saviors, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 27–28

UFOs, V:2 (Fall 2005) 5
Ujima Theatre Company (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 20
Ullah, Alaudin, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 20, 21
Ullah, Habib, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 20–22, 24
Ullah, Habib, Jr., XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 22–24
Ulmer, George, X:3 (Winter 2011) 29
Ulster Co., N.Y., I:3 (Winter 2002) 22–23; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 6. See also Catskill Mountains
bounty hunting in, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 6–7
Ulster County Archives Records Management Program, II:3 (Winter 2003) 5
Ulysses, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Umbach, Louisa-Elizabeth, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 11, 14
Umbach, Louise, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 11, 14
Unadilla, N.Y., IV:3 (Winter 2005) 24
Unadilla Valley Railroad, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 24–27
Unadilla Valley Railway Company (UVRC), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 26–27
Underground Railroad, I:1 (Summer 2001) 29; I:2 (Fall 2001) 29; I:4 (Spring 2002) 29; II:1 (Summer 2002) 29; II:3 (Winter 2003) 12–15; V:4 (Spring 2006) 28; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 26–27; X:1 (Summer 2010) 15–16, 21–23; X:3 (Winter 2011) 12
Underground Railroad (painting), I:4 (Spring 2002) 29
union labels, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 16–17
Union Mills (Hudson, N.Y.), XI:1 (Summer 2011) 9
unions, III:2 (Fall 2003) 20–22; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 17–18; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 13. See also Hudson River Pulp and Paper Company strike of 1910; specific unions
teachers', VII:3 (Winter 2008) 24–27; X:3 (Winter 2011) 33, 34
United Brotherhood of Paper Makers, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 24
United Federation of Teachers (UFT), VII:3 (Winter 2008) 25–26; XV:3 (Winter 2016) 32, 35
United Nations (UN), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 10–12; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 11; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 28–31
United Nations (UN) Archives, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 7
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), II:3 (Winter 2003) 4
United Service for New Americans (USNA), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 21–23
United States Army Corps of Engineers, II:2 (Fall 2002) 15; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 25; X:1 (Summer 2010) 16
United States Coast Guard, Prohibition and, II:3 (Winter 2003) 21–23
United States Constitution
and Lincoln's suspension of civil liberties, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 34–36
13th Amendment, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 21–23
14th Amendment, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 22
15th Amendment, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 22–23; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 21
16th Amendment, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 23
19th Amendment, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 23; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 28; X:4 (Spring 2011) 26
United States Forest Service, III:3 (Winter 2004) 22
United States Golfing Association, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 15
United States Hotel (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.), X:1 (Summer 2010) 25, 26, 27
United States Military Academy at West Point, football, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 8–11
United States Military History Institute (Carlisle Barracks, Penn.), VI:3 (Winter 2007) 24
United States Navy, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 10–15
United States Postal Service (USPS), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 8–11
United States presidential elections
1928, II:4 (Spring 2003) 19
1948, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 5
1952, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 32
1864, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 26–29
election process, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 7–11
United States presidents, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 8–9. See also specific presidents
as New York State residents, I:2 (Fall 2001) 28
United States Sanitary Commission, I:1 (Summer 2001) 13
United States Steel Corporation (U.S. Steel), IX:1 (Summer 2009) 9–10
Unity House, Pocono Mountains, V:3 (Winter 2006) 18–19
Universal Races Congress, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 10
University of Albany, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 6. See also New York State Writers Institute
University of Notre Dame (South Bend, Ind.), football, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 8–11
University of Rochester, X:3 (Winter 2011) 19
Upton, Gen. Emory, letters of, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 8–9
U.S. Steel, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 9–10
Utica, N.Y., II:4 (Spring 2003) 13–15; III:4 (Spring 2004) 25–26, 28; III:4 (Spring 2005) 27; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
organized crime in, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 26–28
Utica Insane Asylum, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 27–31. See also New York State Lunatic Asylum
Utley, Garrick, II:4 (Spring 2003) 4

Vacca, Carolyn (au), I:2 (Fall 2001) 3, 5
Valck, Wouter, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 9–10
Vallandigham, Clement L., VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 32–35
Van Alen House (Kinderhook, N.Y.), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 35
Van Arsdale, Cornelius, III:4 (Sping 2004) 11; III:4 (Spring 2004) 10
Van Arsdale, John, X:2 (Fall 2010) 11
Van Buren, John, III:4 (Spring 2004) 13
Van Buren, Martin, I:2 (Fall 2001) 28; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 25
Van Cleef, Mynderse, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 25, 28
Van Dyke, Henry, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 20
Van Hoesen land grant, 1664, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 19
Van Kannel, Theophilus, X:3 (Winter 2011) 36
van Laer, A. J. F., XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 19
van Ness, Gerritt, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 30
Van Ness, William P., VII:3 (Winter 2008) 7
Van Ness family, Columbia Co., II:2 (Fall 2002) 16–19
Van Nest family, Fleming, N.Y., III:4 (Spring 2004) 10–13
van Noorstrant, Jacob, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 30
Van Ranst family (New York City), III:1 (Summer 2003) 14–15
Van Rensselaer, Pte. Arthur, IX:3 (Winter 2010) 15
Van Rensselaer, Kiliaen, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 14
Van Rensselaer, Martha, I:1 (Summer 2001) 14–15; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 12–17
Van Rensselaer, Solomon, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 21–23
Van Rensselaer, Stephen, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 8; X:2 (Fall 2010) 14; X:3 (Winter 2011) 4; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 24–26
Van Schaick, Capt. William, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 12, 14
Van Wyck, Abraham, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 6; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 6–7
Van Wyck, Robert, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 35
Vanden Heuvel, William J. (au), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 4
Vanderbilt, William K., VII:4 (Spring 2008) 13
Vanderbilt family, III:1 (Summer 2003) 18–19
Vanderlyn, John, X:1 (Summer 2010) 25
Vandyke, Gelyna, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 13–14
Vasiliev, Ren (au), IV:2 (Fall 2004) 3
Vassar, Matthew, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 25, 27
Vaudeville, III:4 (Spring 2004) 29
Vaughan, David, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 18–19
death, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 18, 21
drawing New York, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 21
as flourisher and calligrapher, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 19–20
symbols and motifs in the drawings of, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 20–21
Venema, Janny, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 19
Verizon Foundation, I:4 (Spring 2002) 4
VerMeulen, Dr. Edmund C., XI:1 (Summer 2011) 38–39
Verone, Amy, XV:4 (Spring 2016) 36, 37
veterans, X:3 (Winter 2011) 38–39; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 34–35; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 21
veto jackets, X:3 (Winter 2011) 10
Videofreex (Lanesville, N.Y.), III:3 (Winter 2004) 31
videogames, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 16–19
Vietnam War, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 30–31
student demonstrations against, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 8–12
Villa, Francisco "Pancho," IX:3 (Winter 2010) 13
Vincent, Eleanor O'Connor, V:2 (Fall 2005) 24
Vincent, Rev. John Heyl, II:1 (Summer 2002) 18–20; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 25, 26
Virgil, N.Y., IV:2 (Fall 2004) 31
Virtual Archives of Environmental History (New York State), II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
Vocational Agriculture Program, X:1 (Summer 2010) 11
Vogel, Charity (au), IX:4 (Spring 2010) 14–17; X:3 (Winter 2011) 5, 30–31; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 4
Voices of September 11, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 6–7
Voick, Adalbert, I:1 (Summer 2001) 13
Volk, Leonard Wells, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 48
Volstead Act of 1920, II:3 (Winter 2003) 21–23
von der Goltz, Horst, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 34, 34–35
false identity, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 34–35
forestalling fraud, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 35
von Linden, Jonathan (au), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 3, 32–33
von Steuben, Capt. Frederick, II:2 (Fall 2002) 13; X:1 (Summer 2010) 19
Vonnegut, Bernard, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 12
Vonnegut, Kurt, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 12
voting. See also African Americans: suffrage; women's suffrage
literacy tests for, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 30–31
Voting Rights Act of 1965, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 30
de Vries, Pieter Rudolphus, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 11

Wachhorst, Wyn, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 14
Wachtel, Howard M. (au), IV:3 (Winter 2005) 3, 18–21
Wagner, George, X:3 (Winter 2011) 40
Wagner, Sen. Robert F., XI:1 (Summer 2011) 12
Wait, Chalres V., XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 33
Waite, Emma, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 19–21
Walbaum, Gottfried "Dutch Fred," XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 15, 16
Walcott, C. D. (Charles Doolittle), II:4 (Spring 2003) 13–15
Wald, Lillian D., VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 34
Walden Elementary School (Orange Co., N.Y.), VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 7
Waldo, Edwin, XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 20
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel (New York City), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 10, 13
Walker, Charles, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 24–26
Wall Street, II:2 (Fall 2002) 8–11; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 18–21; V:2 (Fall 2005) 18–22; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 30–32
Wall Street Exchange Building Association, X:3 (Winter 2011) 36–37
Waller, Joshua, I:1 (Summer 2001) 5
Walsh, Rev. Matthew, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 9
Walters, Rick, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 6
Walworth, Chancelor Reuben Hyde, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 18–19
Walworth, Clara, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 19, 21
Walworth, Ellen Hardin, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 19–21
Walworth, Frank, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 18
Walworth, Frank Hardin, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 19–21
Walworth, Mansfield Tracy, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 18–20
Walworth, Nell, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 19
Walworth, Reuben Hyde, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 18, 20
Walworth, Reubena, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 19
Walworth, Tracy, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 19
Walworth Memorial Museum (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 21
WAMC Northeast Public Radio, X:1 (Summer 2010) 8
Wappinger Indians, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 13
War of 1812, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 12–15; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 28–31; X:2 (Fall 2010) 13; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 37; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 30–33; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 14–17; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 20; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 22–26; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 10–15. See also St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., trade and smuggling during War of 1812 in
war veterans, X:3 (Winter 2011) 38–39
Waranawankong Indians, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 13
Ward, Aaron, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 28
Ward, Christine W., I:4 (Spring 2002) 2, 5; II:1 (Spring 2002) 2; II:2 (Fall 2002) 2–3, 6–7; II:4 (Spring 2003) 2; III:1 (Summer 2003) 2; III:2 (Fall 2003) 2–3, 34; III:3 (Winter 2004) 2; III:4 (Spring 2004) 6; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 2; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 2, 6; IV:3 (Winter 2005) 2, 4; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 2; V:1 (Summer 2005) 2; V:2 (Fall 2005) 2; V:3 (Winter 2006) 2, 4, 35; V:4 (Spring 2006) 2; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 2; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 2; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 2; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 2; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 2, 5; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 2; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 2; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 2, 5; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 2, 5; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 2; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 3; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 3; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 3; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 3, 8, 11; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 2; X:1 (Summer 2010) 3; X:2 (Fall 2010) 3; X:3 (Winter 2011) 3, 6, 7; X:4 (Spring 2011) 3; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 3, 8; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 4; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 3; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 3; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 3; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 3; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 3; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 3; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 3, 5; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 3; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 3; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 3, 10; XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 3; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 3
Ward, Ferdinand, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 17
Ward, Geoffrey C., XI:3 (Winter 2012) 16, 17
Ward, Samuel Gray, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 21, 22, 25
Ward's Creek, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 24
Waring, George Edwin, Jr., IX:2 (Fall 2009) 28, 30
Warren, George William, XII:4 (Spring 2013) 15
Warren, Jean, I:1 (Summer 2001) 14
Warren, Rev. R. M., XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 27
Warren, Tanya Lee (au), III:4 (Spring 2004) 8–9
Warren Co., N.Y., bounty hunting in, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 6–7
Washington, D.C., slavery laws in, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 27–29; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 14; XII:4 (Spring 2013) 24
Washington, George, II:2 (Fall 2002) 13–15; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 19; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 4–5; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 13; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 10; X:1 (Summer 2010) 17; X:2 (Fall 2010) 11
Washington, Margaret (au), X:2 (Fall 2010) 5, 24–27
Washington Co., N.Y.
harvesting hay in, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4
suffragists in, XI:2 (Fall 2011) 26–29
turnpikes in, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 30–31; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 4
Wassaic, N.Y., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 20
"Watchdog Committee," VII:1 (Summer 2007) 24–28
water damage, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 6–7
water supply and water resources, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 29; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 36. See also under Catskill Mountains
Waters, Marjorie (au), IV:3 (Winter 2005) 3, 26–28
Waterston, Sam, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 5
Watervliet, N.Y., X:1 (Summer 2010) 23
Shaker settlement in, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 30; X:4 (Spring 2011) 22–25
Watkins Glen, N.Y., auto racecourse, I:2 (Fall 2001) 4
Watson, Elkanah, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 29; XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 13
Watts, John, VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 21
Watts, Robert J., VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 21
Wayne, John, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 32–33
weather. See heat waves
Weaver, George, III:3 (Winter 2004) 17
Web 2.0, X:2 (Fall 2010) 33, 34
web crawling software, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 8
Web site "web crawl," VII:1 (Summer 2007) 8
Webb, Mohammed Alexander Russell, X:3 (Winter 2011) 21, 22
Webb, N.Y., VI:2 (Fall 2006) 7
Webber, Charles T., I:4 (Spring 2002) 29
webinars, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 5
Webster, Daniel, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 17
Wechsler, Harold S., I:3 (Winter 2002) 27
Weddle, Bonita L. (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3, 30; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 3, 8; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 8
Weed, Thurlow, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 18, 19
Weeks, James, V:1 (Summer 2005) 10
Weeksville (Brooklyn), N.Y., V:1 (Summer 2005) 10–13
Weeksville Society, V:1 (Summer 2005) 10–13
Weible, Robert (au), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 2; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 4, 8–10
Weichmann, Louis J., X:4 (Spring 2011) 19
Weimer, Carol, V:1 (Summer 2005) 21
Weinman, O., X:3 (Winter 2011) 40
Weinstein, Dr. Allen, V:1 (Summer 2005) 8–9; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 7
Weiss, Vicki, XIV:3 (Winter 2015) 36–37
Weiss, Vicki (au), VI:4 (Spring 2007) 3, 20–23; X:3 (Winter 2011) 5, 40
Welch, Bernard, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 15
Welch, Charles, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 14–15
Welch, Dr. Thomas, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 14–15
Welch's Grape Juice Company, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 14–15
Wellman, Judith, V:1 (Summer 2005) 11, 13
Wellman, Judith (au), II:3 (Winter 2003) 3, 12–15; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 3, 24–27
Wells, Lt. George, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 23
Wells, Gideon, XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 27
Wells, H. G., III:4 (Spring 2004) 16
Wepner, Morris, X:1 (Summer 2010) 28
West, Mark I. (au), XV:4 (Spring 2016) 36–37
West India Company (WIC). See Dutch West India Company
West Point, N.Y., II:2 (Fall 2002) 12–15; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 9–13. See also United States Military Academy at West Point
Lincoln at, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 10–11, 18–21
West Shokan, N.Y., I:3 (Winter 2002) 22–23
West Troy, N.Y., X:1 (Summer 2010) 23. See also Watervliet
Westchester Co., N.Y., I:1 (Summer 2001) 4–5; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 8
African American communities in, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 25–28
crime and criminal justice system in, X:2 (Fall 2010) 8–9
land conservation in, I:2 (Fall 2001) 11–12
reservoirs, II:4 (Spring 2003) 23–25
slavery in, I:3 (Winter 2002) 15–18; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 27–29
"A Virtual Archive: The Civil War Era in Westchester," II:1 (Summer 2002) 7
Westchester County Anti-Slavery Society, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 29
Westchester County Archives, II:1 (Summer 2002) 7
Westerdahl, Carl A., X:3 (Winter 2011) 4
Western House of Refuge (Rochester, N.Y.), VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 33
Western House of Refuge for Women (Albion, N.Y.), VII:2 (Fall 2007) 36
Western New York Library Resources Council (WNYLRC), XI:3 (Winter 2012) 9
Westfield, N.Y., VII:1 (Summer 2007) 15; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 9–10
Westinghouse, George, Jr., X:3 (Winter 2011) 30–31
Westinghouse, George, Sr., X:3 (Winter 2011) 30
Westinghouse Air Brake, X:3 (Winter 2011) 30
Westinghouse Mansion That Almost Was, X:3 (Winter 2011) 30–31
Wexler, Irving "Waxey Gordon," VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 31
W.H. Brady, VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 29
Whalen, Grover, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 24–25
whaling, III:4 (Spring 2004) 9; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 18–22; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 20–23
Wheaton, Charles, V:3 (Winter 2006) 23
Wheeler, Joel, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 24–25
Wheeler, Steven (au), III:1 (Summer 2003) 3
Wheelock, Charles, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 33
White, George, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 22–23
White, Shane (au), XII:1 (Summer 2012) 4, 15–17
White, Stanford, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 13
White, William L., IV:4 (Spring 2005) 15
Whiteface Mountain, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 13
Whiting, Bowen, III:4 (Spring 2004) 12
Whitman, Gov. Charles S., I:4 (Spring 2002) 26–27; V:4 (Spring 2006) 29; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 13; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 34
Whitman, Walt, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 9, 22
Whitney, William Collins, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 15–18
remembering, XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 18
Whitney family, III:1 (Summer 2003) 18–19
Wicks, Sen. Arthur, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 33
Wicks, Job, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 15–17
called to the Shakers, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 15–16
Wicks, Polly, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 15–17
Wicks family, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 15–16
deaths in, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 17
split, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 16–17
Widmer's Wine Cellars (Naples, N.Y.), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 6–7
Wilcoxen, Gilbert, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 26–28
Wilder, Almanzo, II:1 (Summer 2002) 6
Wilder, Eliza Jane, II:1 (Summer 2002) 6
Wilder, Laura Ingalls, II:1 (Summer 2002) 6
Wilderness Society, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 13
Wiley, Dr. J. W., XI:1 (Summer 2011) 8
Wilgus, William J., XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 13, 15
Willard, Xerxes A., XII:3 (Winter 2013) 32, 33
Williams, Cornelius M., IX:4 (Spring 2010) 9–10, 12, 13
Williams, Craig (au), XV:3 (Winter 2016) 18–21
Williams, Frank J. (au), VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 5, 31–36; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 10
Williams, Gardner S., XII:1 (Summer 2012) 25
Williams, George, V:1 (Summer 2005) 5
Williams, George L. (au), IX:3 (Winter 2010) 4
Williams, Jesse, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 32, 33
Williams, Lydia A., V:2 (Fall 2005) 24, 26
Williams, Mason W. (au), XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 20–23
Williams, Nathan, X:4 (Spring 2011) 24
Williams-Myers, A. J. (au), I:3 (Winter 2002) 3, 15–18
Williamson, Charles, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 18–19
Willis, Carol, V:4 (Spring 2006) 11
Wilson, Gov. Malcolm, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 26; XIII:1 (Summer 2013) 20, 21
Wilson, Robert, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 16–17
Wilson, Woodrow, II:2 (Fall 2002) 23; V:2 (Fall 2005) 11, 14; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 24; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 10–11; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 35
Wilton, N.Y., VI:1 (Summer 2006) 17–19; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 18–21
Wiltwyck School for Boys (Esopus, N.Y.), II:2 (Fall 2002) 28–29
Wiltwyck/Wiltwijck (Kingston), N.Y., I:3 (Winter 2002) 9–10; II:3 (Winter 2003) 5
Windels, Paul, X:3 (Winter 2011) 33
windmills, II:1 (Summer 2002) 24–25
wine industry, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 6–7; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 35
Winslow, John, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 5
Winter, Kate (au), VI:1 (Summer 2006) 3, 20–22
Winter Census of 1870 (New York City), X:1 (Summer 2010) 35
Winthrop, Gov. John (Conn.), V:2 (Fall 2005) 9
Wirt, Mildred, V:4 (Spring 2006) 14–15
Wisbey, Peter (au), VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 5–7
Wise, Arthur, X:3 (Winter 2011) 26
Wise, George, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 11
Wise, Rabbi Isaac, XII:2 (Fall 2012) 21
witch hunts and trials, V:2 (Fall 2005) 6–9
witchcraft
in New York, investigations into, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 38–39
the supposition of, XV:1 (Summer 2015) 38–39
Wittern-Keller, Dr. Laura (au), I:4 (Spring 2002) 3, 24–25; II:2 (Fall 2002) 4; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 4; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 6
Wojtowicz, John, II:1 (Summer 2002) 5
Wolcott, Jeannie, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 18
Wolfgang, Meldon J., III, V:1 (Summer 2005) 34–35; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 22; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 47; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 7; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 33; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 33
Wolfgang, Meldon J., III (au), IV:4 (Spring 2005) 3, 28–29; V:1 (Summer 2005) 3; V:2 (Fall 2005) 3, 30–31; V:3 (Winter 2006) 3; V:4 (Spring 2006) 3, 30–31; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 3, 31; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 3, 28–29; VI:3 (Winter 2007) 3, 29; VI:4 (Spring 2007) 3, 32–33; VII:1 (Summer 2007) 3; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 3, 34–35; VII:3 (Winter 2008) 3, 34–35; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 3, 34–35; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 3, 33; VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 3, 34–35; VIII:3 (Winter 2009) 5; VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 4, 38–39; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 36–37; IX:2 (Fall 2009) 33; IX:3 (Winter 2010) 28–29; IX:4 (Spring 2010) 32–33; X:1 (Summer 2010) 5, 34–35; X:2 (Fall 2010) 5, 34, 35; X:3 (Winter 2011) 5, 38, 39; X:4 (Spring 2011) 4, 34–35; XI:1 (Summer 2011) 5, 38–39; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 3, 34–35; XI:3 (Winter 2012) 5, 34–35; XI:4 (Spring 2012) 4, 34–35; XII:1 (Summer 2012) 4, 34–35; XII:2 (Fall 2012) 4, 38–39; XII:3 (Winter 2013) 4, 38–39
Woman's Peace Party, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 24
women. See also Land So Fair; nurses; prisons: women's
astronomy and, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 10
aviation and, III:2 (Fall 2003) 8–12
business and, II:2 (Fall 2002) 20–23
health and, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 14
labor and, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 26–29; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 34–35; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 17–20; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 12–17
literature and, V:4 (Spring 2006) 13–15
in public office, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 12–15; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 22–25; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 24–27
in publishing, IV:4 (Spring 2005) 23–26
in theater, VI:3 (Winter 2007) 12–15
World War II and, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 27–28
women librarians, XIII:3 (Winter 2014) 15–19
women merchants, 17th-century New York, VI:4 (Spring 2007) 9–13
women writers, III:2 (Fall 2003) 26–27; V:3 (Winter 2006) 25–27; VI:1 (Summer 2006) 20–22; VII:2 (Fall 2007) 26–28
Women's Central Association, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 22
Women's Christian Temperance Union, I:2 (Fall 2001) 21; IV:4 (Spring 2005) 25
Women's National Loyal League, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 21–22
Women's National Overseas Service League, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 25
Women's National Rebublican Club of New York City, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 25
Women's National Republican Association (WNRA), VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 23
women's rights movement, I:4 (Spring 2002) 28; V:2 (Fall 2005) 23–27; VII:4 (Spring 2008) 26. See also women's suffrage
Womens' Rights National Historical Park (Seneca Falls, N.Y.), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 27
women's suffrage, I:2 (Fall 2001) 20–22; III:4 (Spring 2004) 15; IV:2 (Fall 2004) 21–23; VIII:1 (Summer 2008) 24–25; X:4 (Spring 2011) 26–27; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 14; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 24–25. See also women's rights movement
anti-suffragists, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 22–28; X:4 (Spring 2011) 26–27; XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 30
showdown in Huntington, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 30–31
and the Spirit of 1776, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 28–31
suffragists of Easton, N.Y., XI:2 (Fall 2011) 26–29
Woo, Ilyon (au), X:4 (Spring 2011) 4, 22–25
Wood, Charles, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 16–19
Wood, Mayor Fernando, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 24–26
Wood, Frederick Charles, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 32–33
Wood, Gen. Leonard, V:2 (Fall 2005) 10–15; VI:2 (Fall 2006) 10
Wood, Phoebe Cornell, VII:3 (Winter 2008) 30
Woodcliff Pleasure Park (Poughkeepsie, N.Y.), XI:4 (Spring 2012) 19
Woodhouse, Mark (au), X:3 (Winter 2011) 5, 11–15
Woodhull, Abraham, IX:2 (Fall 2009) 10, 11, 13
Woodstock, X:2 (Fall 2010) 28, 31
selective memory of, X:2 (Fall 2010) 28–31
Woodstock '99, X:2 (Fall 2010) 28–29
trouble in advance, X:2 (Fall 2010) 29–30
violence at, X:2 (Fall 2010) 30–31
Woodward, C. Vann, V:1 (Summer 2005) 9
Wool, Maj. Gen. John E., II:3 (Winter 2003) 18, 20
Woolsey, Georgeanna, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 21–22
Woolsey, Jane Stuart, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 21
Woolsey, Lt. Melancthon Taylor, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 29
Worden, Neil, X:3 (Winter 2011) 6
workplace hazards and safety. See also Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
legislation regarding, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 13
Works Progress Administration (WPA), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 20, 23; XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 22
Household Training program, VIII:2 (Fall 2008) 26–29
"tax photos," VI:1 (Summer 2006) 31
women and, XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 34–35
World Trade Center (New York City)
Documentation Symposium, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 6
Documentation Task Force, I:3 (Winter 2002) 6–7
September 11, 2001 terrorist attack, I:3 (Winter 2002) 6–7
World War I. See also "Dynamite Hill"
Albany, N.Y. and, V:4 (Spring 2006) 32
anti-German sentiment during, III:2 (Fall 2003) 17–19
black soldiers in, XV:2 (Fall 2015) 36–37
education and patriotism during, III:2 (Fall 2003) 16–19; V:4 (Spring 2006) 20–23
entertainment for soldiers, IV:3 (Winter 2005) 6–9
farm cadets and, I:1 (Summer 2001) 26–27; I:3 (Winter 2002) 4
farming and, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 38–39
France and, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 36–37
Lever Food and Fuel Act, V:4 (Spring 2006) 29
military training, V:2 (Fall 2005) 10–15
nurses, III:3 (Winter 2004) 30
"Patriotic Group, Troy, N.Y.," IV:3 (Winter 2005) 32
"Peace Pilgrimage," I:4 (Fall 2002) 26
Plattsburg, N.Y. civilian training camps and, V:2 (Fall 2005) 10–15
Polish Blue Army in, I:2 (Fall 2001) 14–15
Red Scare, and social activism, and, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 32–33
service record cards, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 30–31
soldiers' letters, VII:4 (Spring 2008) 35
TNT for, XII:3 (Winter 2013) 29
U.S. passport system during, XI:3 (Winter 2012) 34–35
women's suffrage and, VII:2 (Fall 2007) 24–25
World War II, I:4 (Spring 2002) 20–22; IX:1 (Summer 2009) 10; XV:2 (Fall 2015) 20; XV:4 (Spring 2016) 21. See also Roosevelt's Secret War
aircraft, III:2 (Fall 2003) 12
automobile manufacturing and, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 33
Buffalo, N.Y. industry and, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 26–28
and the Chinese, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 4
espionage, II:3 (Winter 2003) 26–27
housing boom after, VII:1 (Summer 2007) 9–13
and the Japanese, XI:1 (Summer 2011) 4
New York City water supply and, II:4 (Spring 2003) 23–25
N.Y. National Guard in, III:3 (Winter 2004) 8–12; III:4 (Spring 2004) 4
post-war economy changes, XV:3 (Winter 2016) 25
post-war fears, IX:1 (Summer 2009) 28–31
prisoner-of-war labor during, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 6–7
public service radio programs, II:1 (Summer 2002) 27
Rochester School for the Deaf and, III:2 (Fall 2003) 5
Saipan, capture of, III:3 (Winter 2004) 11
UN Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), II:3 (Winter 2003) 4
victory gardens, II:1 (Summer 2002) 26
War Manpower Commission, VI:1 (Summer 2006) 7
women and, IV:2 (Fall 2004) 27–28
Wosh, Peter J. (au), V:3 (Winter 2006) 3, 8–12
Wright, Frank Lloyd, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 6–7
Wright, Martha Coffin, V:2 (Fall 2005) 23
Wright, Gov. Silas, III:2 (Fall 2003) 15; XI:2 (Fall 2011) 19
writers on tape (New York State Writers Institute), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 6–7
Wyatt, Henry, III:4 (Spring 2004) 11–13
Wyckoff, Phoebe, III:4 (Spring 2004) 10–11

XTF (eXtensible Tag Framework), XI:2 (Fall 2011) 8
XYZ Affair, IV:1 (Summer 2004) 20–21

Yaeger, Grazia A. (au), XIII:2 (Fall 2013) 6; XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 10
Yale University (New Haven, Conn.), VII:4 (Spring 2008) 17
football, VI:2 (Fall 2006) 8
Yankee Stadium (Bronx, N.Y.), III:4 (Spring 2004) 18–20; IV:1 (Summer 2004) 4
Yankees. See New York Yankees
Yasgur, Max, X:2 (Fall 2010) 30
Yates Co., N.Y., IX:4 (Spring 2010) 32, 33
Yates County Poor House, IX:4 (Spring 2010) 32–33
Yochelson, Bonnie (au), IX:2 (Fall 2009) 18–23
Yonkers, N.Y., VI:4 (Spring 2007) 12–13
York, Upper Canada, VIII:4 (Spring 2009) 28–31
Yorkville (Manhattan, N.Y.), XIV:1 (Summer 2014) 16
Youghco stone, XIV:4 (Spring 2015) 28–29
Young, Dr. James E., VII:2 (Fall 2007) 6
Young, Gov. John, III:2 (Fall 2003) 15
Young, Sarah Graham Palmer, XI:4 (Spring 2012) 23
Young Men's Moslem Association, X:3 (Winter 2011) 22

Zahn, Benita, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 3
Zeckendorf, William, XIIII:2 (Fall 2014) 30
Ziegler, Anna Louise "Lizzie," III:3 (Winter 2004) 13–15
Zimmerman, Charles "Sasha," V:3 (Winter 2006) 18
Zimmerman, Jean (au), VI:4 (Spring 2007) 3, 9–13
Zinck, Louise, XII:1 (Summer 2012) 27
Zion Colored Home for the Aged (Brooklyn, N.Y.), V:1 (Summer 2005) 12
Zwirecki, Paul J. (au), XIII:4 (Spring 2014) 28–31