Winter 2014/2015 VOLUME 13/NUMBER 1

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Winter 2014/2015
VOLUME 13/NUMBER 1

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Connecticut Explored CONNECTICUT HISTORY, ONE GOOD STORY AFTER ANOTHER

IN THIS ISSUE:  Connecticut in the Great War  >  “The Kaiser is Canned!”   >   A Voice Against the Vietnam War   >   Saving Italy’s Art from the Nazis   >   Civil War Bonds and Paper Coins

ON THE COVER: Poster, “Remember! The Flag of Liberty,” 1918. Litchfield Historical Society

Table of Contents

9   Hog River Journal: Kicking off the WWI Centennial Commemoration by Elizabeth Normen 

10  Letters, etc. 

13 From the State Historian: A Pint-Sized View of WarBy Walter W. Woodward 

14  Join the Brave Throng
Posters exhorted Litchfield residents to join the fight. By Jessica Jenkins

20 Greenwich Women Face the Great War
Our contributions from the home front. By Kathleen Eagen Johnson

26 New Haven’s Monuments Man
Artist Deane Keller saves Italy’s treasures. By Laura A. Macaluso

32 How Connecticut Paid its Civil War Bills [Click here to view]
Governor Buckingham secures a loan. By James E. Brown

38 Yale’s Chaplain Takes on the Vietnam War
From pulpit to protest, Bill Coffin followed his conscience. By Warren Goldstein

44  Remembering the Pequot War in Fairfield By Elizabeth Rose

46 Site Lines: Housing Factory Workers During Wartimes By Mary M. Donohue 

48 Connecticut Humanities: Of Anniversaries … And Beginnings By Douglas G. Fisher

50 Spotlight: Events & News from Partner Organizations 

56 Afterword

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