Boston's Histories Essays in Honor of Thomas H. O'Connor / edited by James M. O'Toole and David Quigley ; [new foreword by Julie de Chantal].

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Online Access: Access E-Book
Access Note:Open Access.
Corporate Author: Project Muse.
Other Authors: Chantal, Julie de (writer of foreword.), Quigley, David, 1966- (Editor), O'Toole, James M., 1950- (Editor), O'Connor, Thomas H., 1922-2012 (honouree.)
Format: Electronic eBook
Published: Boston : Northeastern University Press, [2019]
Series:Book collections on Project MUSE.
Table of Contents:
  • O'Connor's Boston / Sam Bass Warner, Jr.
  • "A long train of hideous consequences" : Boston, capital punishment, and the transformation of Republicanism, 1780-1805 / Alan Rogers
  • Power and social responsibility : entrepreneurs and the Black community in Antebellum Boston / Lois E. Horton and James Oliver Horton
  • The secret world of radical publishers : the case of Thayer and Eldridge of Boston / Albert J. von Frank
  • "Lawless and unprincipled" : women in Boston's Civil War draft riot / Judith Ann Giesberg
  • Portrait of a parish : race, ethnicity, and class in Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross, 1865-1880 / James M. O'Toole
  • Charles Sumner and the political cultures of reconstruction in Massachusetts / David Quigley
  • The Irish question and Boston politics / Lawrence W. Kennedy
  • Contested bodies and souls : immigrant converts in Boston, 1890-1940 / Kristen A. Petersen
  • "A strong argument for juries" : the saga of Willett v. Herrick / Mark I. Gelfand
  • The politics of sex and race in Boston's NAACP, 1920-1940 / Sarah Deutsch
  • The last hurrah and the pluralist vision of American politics / James J. Connolly
  • The failure of Catholic interracialism in Boston before busing / William Leonard
  • The Catholic Church and the desegregation of Boston's public schools / James E. Glinski.