Magazine:

Archives Magazine Index
Summer 2001 – Spring 2012

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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

Abolition Movement, V:3:(Winter 2006) 22–24, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 26–31, X:1:(Summer 2010) 22, XII:4:(Spring 2013) 25. 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 46ers (ADK 46-R), XI:3:(Winter 2012) 11–15

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

Ausable Chasm, III:1:(Summer 2003) 32

children's summer camps, III:1:(Summer 2003) 16–17

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

African Americans. See also 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

Quakers and, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 26–27

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

and Weeksville (Brooklyn), N.Y., V:1:(Summer 2005) 10–13

Agassiz, Louis, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 19, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 30

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 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

police department, I:4:(Spring 2002) 12–15

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 Atlas and Argus, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 33, 42–43

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 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

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

Algonquian Indians, I:1:(Summer 2001) 22–25

Ali, Mohamed Dusé, X:3:(Winter 2011) 22

Allen, Emily, X:1:(Summer 2010) 9

Allen, Emily (au), XII:3:(Winter 2013) 4, 8–10

Allen, James, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 7

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

almshouses. See foundling asylums

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, III:1:(Summer 2003) 28–29

American Indians, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 30. See also 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

relationship with European colonists, I:3:(Winter 2002) 8–10, V:4:(Spring 2006) 18–19, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 12–15

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 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

spies of the, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 9–13, IX:4:(Spring 2010) 25–26

terrorism, IX:4:(Spring 2010) 24–27

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

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, Lisa M. (au), XII:3:(Winter 2013) 4, 18–22

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. See also U.S. Constitution: 19th Amendment

Anti-Rent Movement, III:2:(Fall 2003) 13–15

anti-Semitism, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 37

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 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.

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

radio series, X:1:(Summer 2010) 8

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, Louis, II:4:(Spring 2003) 6–7

Army Crops of Engineers, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 25, X:1:(Summer 2010) 16

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:(Summer2004) 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

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 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

Ashokan Reservoir (Ulster Co., N.Y.), I:3:(Winter 2002) 22–23

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 mental illness; orphans and orphanages; specific institutions

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 (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

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