VOLUME 14/NUMBER 4
CONNECTICUT HISTORY, ONE GOOD STORY AFTER ANOTHER
IN THIS ISSUE: Crime & Punishment > The Origins of our State Police > Tried for Witchcraft > Sheriff Jack Watches Out for Kids > Aaron Burr Studies Law > SPECIAL INSERT: Archives Month Poster!
ON THE COVER: Panel from Courage comic book; see page 40.
Table of Contents
9 Hog River Journal
10 Letters, etc.
13 From the State Historian: The Hanging of Moses Paul
By Walter W. Woodward
14 The Brotherhood of the State Police: Keeping one step ahead of the bad guys.
By Matthew Karwowski
20 Accused! On trial for witchcraft in Fairfield.
By Jakob Crane
26 The Mysterious Case of Gershom Marx
By Johnna Kaplan
29 Connecticut Archives Month: Motive for Mayhem!
33 The Pirate’s Pericardium?
By Ruth W. Duncan
34 Wethersfield State Prison
The evolution of incarceration.
By Amy Northrop Wittorff and Frank G. Winiarski
40 First Offender Club
Deterring youth from a life of crime.
By Michael C. Dooling
48 Site Lines: American Museum of Tort Law
By Ethan Manis
60 Connecticut Humanities: Don’t Just Display It—Teach It!
By Doug Fisher