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Archives Magazine Index
Summer 2001 – Spring 2013

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C-SPAN, V:3:(Winter 2006) 4

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

Campbell, Tom, X:1:(Summer 2010) 26, 27

Canada, fugitive slaves in, X:1:(Summer 2010) 15–16

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 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

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

Carnegie, Andrew, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 28

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

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

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

Cato, N.Y., IV:2:(Fall 2004) 31

Catskill Forest Preserve, V:3:(Winter 2006) 32, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 29, 30

Catskill Mountains, resorts, II:1:(Summer 2002) 12–15

Catskill State Park, Virtual Archives of Environmental History, II:1:(Summer 2002) 5

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

census, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 33, X:3:(Winter 2011) 38. 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 Jewish History (New York City), I:4:(Spring 2002) 6–7

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, 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

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

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, Salmon, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 25

Chase Manhattan Corporation, V:1:(Summer 2005) 33

Chautaqua Institution (Chautauqua, N.Y.), II:1:(Summer 2002) 18–20

Special Trust Program, X:1:(Summer 2010) 7

Chautauqua Co., N.Y.

bounty hunting in, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 6–7

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

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, III:3:(Winter 2004) 16–17

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

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

Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, V:4:(Spring 2006) 27

Chinese Exclusion Act, 1882, V:4:(Spring 2006) 27, X:4:(Spring 2011) 36

chirographs, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 29

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

cholera, IV:1:(Summer 2004) 16–18

Christianity. See Catholics and Catholicism; 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

Churchill, Trisha, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 8

Churchill, Winston, II:3:(Winter 2003) 26

Churubusco, N.Y., X:3:(Winter 2011) 38

Cicero, N.Y., IV:2:(Fall 2004) 31

Cincinnatus, N.Y., IV:2:(Fall 2004) 31

circus contortionists, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 9–13

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

Civil War, I:1:(Summer 2001) 10–13, I:4:(Spring 2002) 4, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 8–10

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–XII:1:(Summer 2012) 9

Evacuation Day and, X:2:(Fall 2010) 13

genealogical research, II:4:(Spring 2003) 30, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 34–35

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

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 (see also Ellsworth, 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

"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, Herb, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 11, 12

Clark, John Bates, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 23–24

Clark, Starr, II:3:(Winter 2003) 14–15

Clarke, Edwin W., II:3:(Winter 2003) 14

Clarke, John D., XI:4:(Spring 2012) 31

Clarke, Oliver Pendleton, X:2:(Fall 2010) 20–23

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

Claverack Landing, N.Y. See Hudson, N.Y.

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

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

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

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

Colden, Jane, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 27

Cole, Ray, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 30

Cole, Simon (au), I:4:(Spring 2002) 3, 12–15

Collea, Joseph D. (au), XI:2:(Fall 2011) 3, 14–17

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

Columbian Exposition, 1893 (Chicago, Ill.), VII:1:(Summer 2007) 14

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

Comstock Canning Corporation (Newark, N.Y.), VI:1:(Summer 2006) 7

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

Conklin, Aaron Sylvanus, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 20–21

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

conservation. See environmental movement; forest conservation

Consumer Protection Board, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 6

Continental Iron Works, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 25

contortionists, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 9–XI:2:(Fall 2011) 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

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

hop barns, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 20

Coppolo, Tara, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 8

Corbally, John, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 9–11

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, 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, Erastus 2nd, I:1:(Summer 2001) 16, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 9, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 35

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 Museum of Glass (Corning, N.Y.), IV:1:(Summer 2004) 27

coroner's reports, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 30–31

correctional facilities. See also specific facilities

women's, I:2:(Fall 2001) 26–27, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 36

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

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

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

organized, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 24–28

revisiting cold case files, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 34–35

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

Croton Distributing Reservoir (New York City), XI:1:(Summer 2011) 17

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

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

Czolgosz, Leon, X:4:(Spring 2011) 32, 33