Summer 2018: Escaping the Summer Heat

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Summer 2018
VOLUME 16/NUMBER 3

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Connecticut Explored
CONNECTICUT HISTORY, ONE GOOD STORY AFTER ANOTHER

IN THIS ISSUE: Escaping the Summer Heat> A Closer Look at Walter Camp > Crossing the Color Line on the Links and the Diamond> The Pleasure of Boating on the Connecticut River>
Off to the Races at Charter Oak Park

ON THE COVER: Yachting magazine, January 1933. Connecticut River Museum. See story, page 44.

Table of Contents

9 Hog River Journal

10 CT Humanities

12 Letters, etc.

13 From the State Historian: History Day Needs You Now
By Walter W. Woodward

14 The Connecticut Catskills
By Mary M. Donohue

20 Walter Camp, the Father of American Football
By Warren Goldstein

26 The Old Connecticut Game of Wicket
By Alexander Dubois

28 African American Greats in Connecticut Baseball
By Stephen Thornton

34 Site Lines: Golf at Hill-Stead
By Melanie Bourbeau with Tracey Angels and Anthony Pioppi

36 The Midway Golf Club
By Jeffrey Mainville

40 Snappy Style from Beacon Falls: The Beacon Falls Rubber Shoe Company
By David Corrigan

42 Racing at Charter Oak Park
By Eugene Leach

44 The Rise of Pleasure Boating on the Connecticut River
By Brenda Milkofsky

48 Almada Lodge and Channel 3 Kids Camp
By Kevin Flood

52 Spotlight

59 Afterword

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