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Summer 2001 – Spring 2012

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Sabbath Day Adventists, IX:4:(Spring 2010) 30, 31

Brooklyn branch, IX:4:(Spring 2010) 29–30

Sabin, Pauline, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 25

Sag Harbor (Suffolk, Co., N.Y.), XII:3:(Winter 2013) 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

Salina, N.Y., III:1:(Summer 2003) 24–25

Salmagundi Club, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 21

Salomon, Capt. Ben, III:3:(Winter 2004) 11

saloons, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 16–19

Salvadore Allende (cargo ship), V:1:(Summer 2005) 29–31

Salzburg Company, H.E., VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 27

Samuel, Lawrence R. (au), XI:1:(Summer 2011) 5, 28–31

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 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 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

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

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

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

Schaffer, Louis, V:3:(Winter 2006) 18–19

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

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

Schurmann, Gustav, X:3:(Winter 2011) 27

Schurmann, Jacob Gould, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 28

Schuyler, Gen. Philip, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 9–10, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 6

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, Seaman John, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 38, 39

Scott, Kenneth, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 31

Scott, Winfield, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 18–21

Seabiscuit, III:1:(Summer 2003) 18–21

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

Seeger, Pete, X:1:(Summer 2010) 9

Seeman, Miriam Calder, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 32

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

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

allure of the, X:4:(Spring 2011) 23–24

called to the, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 15–16

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, 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

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

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

Siegel, Benjamin, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 31

Siegfried, Clifford A., I:1:(Summer 2001) 28

Sigel, Elsie, V:4:(Spring 2006) 24–27

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 Prison (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

Singer, John, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 10–11

Singleton, Ray, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 26

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, V:4:(Spring 2006) 18

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. See also Abolition Movement; 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

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

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, 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

Smith, James McCune, III:4:(Spring 2004) 21–22

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, 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, William F. (au), IX:1:(Summer 2009) 6–7

Soares, David, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 3

Socialism, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 25–27

Solomon, Geri, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 6, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 8

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 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

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

Spencer, Elmina, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 23

Sperber, Murray, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 8

Spier, Ida, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 30

Spier, Isaac, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 30

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

Spitzer, Gov. Eliot, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 10, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 4

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

Spriggs, Bill, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 26–27

St. John, Thadeus, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 15

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

Stalbert, Fred, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 8

Staley, Joan, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 27–28

Stalin, Joseph, II:3:(Winter 2003) 26

Stalker, Peter, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 5

Stamp Act, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 29, 31

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

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, X:1:(Summer 2010) 4, 7, X:4:(Spring 2011) 6. See also education

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 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

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

Sterling Alaska Fur & Game Farm (Lake Placid, N.Y.), VII:4:(Spring 2008) 36

Stevens, John Austin, X:2:(Fall 2010) 13

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

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

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

storms, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 6–7, 36

Stowe, Harriet Beecher, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 23, 25, XII:4:(Spring 2013) 24–XII:4:(Spring 2013) 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

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

Studio Arena Theater (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4:(Spring 2004) 29

Studio Theatre School (Buffalo, N.Y.), III:4:(Spring 2004) 29

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 also 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

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

Supernatural Genesee, V:2:(Fall 2005) 5

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 R., VI:3:(Winter 2007) 26

Swinyer, Joe, II:1:(Summer 2002) 6

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

abolition movement in, V:3:(Winter 2006) 22–24

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

Vietnam anti-war protest, 1970, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 8–12