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American Communities, 1880-1980
1989 Volume I

Table of Contents

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Preface
Introduction
1. Integrating the Hispanic Youth Population of the Hill into the New Haven Community
______Nancy M. Esposito
Guide
2. American Studies, “the Hill Community”
______Dorothy F. Forbes
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3. The Community and You: Learning Your Way Around Fair Haven
______Benjamin A. Gorman
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4. Utopian Communities, 1800-1890
______Peter N. Herndon
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5. The Impact of the Music of the Harlem Renaissance on Society
______Kenneth B. Hilliard
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6. Arms Makers in the Community
______Fred Kerson
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7. A Conceptual Model for Teaching Community Development
______Cynthia McDaniels
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8. Double Minority: The Haitians in America
______Bernette A. Mosley-Dozier
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9. “lynch Law”—An American Community Enigma
______Henry A. Rhodes
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10. Communities in Transition
______Clarence Roberts Jr.
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11. Urban New Haven in the Making (1920-1980)
______Cynthia H. Roberts
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12. Cultural Communities of New Haven
______Lilly Ann Santorelli
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13. “the Church Community: The Oldest Black Church, Past and Present
______Maizie P. Seabrook
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14. Newhallville:A Neighborhood of Changing Prosperity
______Carolyn C. Smith
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