Connecticut History Review
The only academic journal devoted to the history of Connecticut
The Connecticut History Review is a publication of the Association for the Study of Connecticut History (ASCH). The journal publishes twice annually, in the spring and fall.The journal serves many different constituencies: museum and historical society professionals, academic scholars, history buffs, graduate students, and educators. Each issue of the Connecticut History Review contains original research articles, book reviews, and research notes on the history and culture of Connecticut.
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Edited by Brycchan Carey and Geoffrey Plank
Female-to-Male Cross-Dressing on the American Variety Stage
Gillian M. Rodger
vol. 3: Creating Hull-House and an International Presence, 1889-1900
Jane Addams Edited by Mary Lynn McCree Bryan, Maree de Angury, and Ellen Skerrett
A Walk around the World at the Columbian Exposition
Norman Bolotin with Christine Laing
The Intellectual Thought of Race Women
Brittney C. Cooper
The Essential Speeches and Sermons
Lucretia Mott Edited by Christopher Densmore, Carol Faulkner, Nancy Hewitt, and Beverly Wilson Palmer
Volume 2: The Americas and Europe
Edited by Michael J. Pfeifer
Boxing and the Battle for Black Manhood, 1880-1915
Women and Wall Street from the Gilded Age to the Great Depression
William H. Herndon and Jesse W. Weik