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Immigrants' Stamford

Books and Articles related to Stamford Immigration & Migration
Information in the Marcus Research Library

1. Abraham, Judith F. First Baptist Church to Friends Meeting House: The Evolution of a Site. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University; 1988. Historical Archaeology Paper.
2. Advocate, The & Ferguson Library, The. Stamford - 350. (Stamford, Connecticut): 1991, June 30.
3. Advocate, The & Ferguson Library, The. Stamford : 350 Years, 16411991. (Stamford, Connecticut): The Advocate and The Ferguson Library; 1991.
4. Alvord, J. W. (John Watson). Historical Address, Delivered In The First Congregational Church In Stamford, Ct. At The Celebration Of The Second Centennial Anniversary Of The First Settlement Of The Town. Dec. 22d, 1841. New York, New York: S. Davenport; 1842.
5. Bell, Clarence W. Stamford's First Century of Banking, 1834 to 1934. Stamford, (Connecticut): Privately Printed; 1934
6. Bohemian Review Company. "Czechoslovak Camp At Stamford." Bohemian Review. 1918 Jun; Vol. 2 (No. 6): p. 96. Published by the Bohemian Review Company, Chicago, Illinois. "Official organ of the Bohemian (Czech) National Alliance of America."
7. Buczek, Daniel S. "Ethnic to American: Holy Name of Jesus Parish, Stamford, Connecticut." Polish American Studies. 1980. Published by Polish American Historical Association, Polish Museum of America, Chicago, Illinois. "A journal of Polish American history and culture."
8. Bull, Bonnie K. Stamford. Dover, New Hamshire: Arcadia Publishing, an imprint of the Chalford Publishing Corporation, 1977
9. Burns, Rosemary H. (Rosemary Hickey). Springdale Remembered The History of a Section of Stamford, Connecticut, 16401949. Stamford, Connecticut: Stamford Historical Society, Inc.; 1982.
10. Carlevale, Joseph William. Who's who among Americans of Italian descent in Connecticut. New Haven, Connecticut: Carlevale Publishing Company; 1942.
11. Clegg, Robert I. "Training Women for Record Output". Iron Age. 1919 Jan16. Published by Iron Age Publishing Company, New York, New York.
12. Connecticut, State of. Office of the Adjutant General. Service Records : Connecticut Men And Women In The Armed Forces Of The United States During World War 1917 - 1920. New Haven, Connecticut: United Printing Services, Inc.
13. Day, Lloyd N. "Stamford in Who's Who." Stamford Historian. (1957); Vol. 1 (No. 2): pp. 117128. Published by The Stamford Historical Society, Inc., Stamford, Connecticut.
14. Duggan, Thomas S. (Thomas Stephen). Catholic Church In Connecticut. New York, New York: States History Company; 1930 (Centennial Edition). For references to Stamford, see pp. 7, 452-461.
15. Feinstein, Estelle F. (Estelle Fisher). Stamford An Illustrated History. Pendery, Joyce S., Mills, Robert Lockwood. American History Press. Revised Edition July 2002. For sale at the Museum Bookstore.
16. Feinstein, Estelle F. (Estelle Fisher). Stamford In The Gilded Age - The Political Life of a Connecticut Town 1868 1893. Stamford, Connecticut: Stamford Historical Society, Inc.; 1973.
17. Feinstein, Estelle F. (Estelle Fisher). Stamford Town Green in Historical Perspective. (Stamford, Connecticut); 1986. typescript.
18. Genovese, John Kelly. On Liberty Street A Portrait Of The Genoveses Of Stamford, Connecticut. (Stamford, Connecticut); 1986. typescript.
19. Gillespie, Edward T. W. Picturesque Stamford: A Souvenir Of The Two Hundred And Fiftieth Anniversary Of The Settlement Of The Town Of Stamford, Containing An Historical Sketch, Covering Salient Points Of Stamford's History From 1641 To 1892, ..... Together With Special Chapters On Its Churches, Schools, Societies, Clubs, Commercial, Manufacturing And Financial Institutions, Mercantile Houses And Affairs, Etc. Stamford, Connecticut: Gillespie Brothers; 1892.
20. Greek Orthodox Church of The Archangels. DEDICATION, June 14, 1959: Greek Orthodox Church of The Archangels, Bedford and Third Streets, Stamford, Connecticut. Stamford, Connecticut: Greek Orthodox Church of The Archangels; 1959.
21. Holy Name of Jesus Roman Catholic Church. 75 years: Church and A people. Monsignor Alphonse J. V. Fiedorezyk, Editor in chief. (Stamford, Connecticut): Holy Name of Jesus Roman Catholic Church; 1979. Includes: "Ethnic to American: Holy Name of Jesus Parish, Stamford, Connecticut" by Daniel S. Buczek, Professor European History, Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut, pp. 4996. This study was later published in Polish American Studies; Autumn, 1980; Vol. 37 (no. 2): pp. 17-60; Holy Name of Jesus Parish Chronology (in Polish and English) 1874-1978: pp. 97-106; Priests, Religious Brothers and Sisters from the Parish: pp. 107-109; List of Parish members who served in WWI and WWII: pp. 128-129.
22. Hoyt, Noah Webster, Civil War Diaries of Noah Webster Hoyt: 28th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers. Stamford, Connecticut: Stamford Historical Society, Inc. 1996. See also: Record Group 16: The Diaries of Noah W. Hoyt
23. Huntington, E. B. (Elijah Baldwin). History Of Stamford, Connecticut, 16411868, Including Darien, Until 1820 A Corrected Reprint of the 1868 Edition With a New Index by Grace H. Walmsley Added Source References and a New Preface by Ronald Marcus. Harrison, New York: Harbor Hill Books; 1979.
24. Instituto Italiano, Inc. Stamford, Conn. Venticinque Anni di Progresso 19101935 (Twenty Five Years of Progress 19101935). Stamford, Connecticut: Instituto Italiano, Inc., Stamford, Conn. (Italian Institute of Stamford, Inc.); 1935. Also included is an article titled "History of the Italian Parish Of The Sacred Heart Of Stamford, Conn."
25. Koenig, Samuel. An American Jewish Community, 50 Years, 18891939 The Sociology Of The Jewish Community In Stamford, Connecticut. Stamford, Connecticut: Stamford Jewish Historical Society; 1991. This work was originally completed by Samuel Koenig for the Work Projects Administration, Federal Writers Project for the State of Connecticut.
26. Leonard, L. P. (Lea Palmer). Stamford Post Offices & Postmasters 17901977. : Postal History Society of Connecticut.; 1977 May. Includes a "Concise History Of The Post In Stamford," a Post Office location map, lists of all known Post Offices and Postmasters, list of subsidiary Post Office locations.
27. Lieberman, Joseph I. In Praise Of Public Life. Simon & Schuster, New York: 2000. For references to Stamford, Connecticut, see pp. 25, 26, 27-28, 68, 74, 91, 137.
28. Lobozza, Carl. Changing Face of Stamford, Connecticut. Stamford, Connecticut: Stamford Historical Society, Inc. ; 1979. For sale at the Museum Bookstore.
29. Lobozza, Carl. Stamford, Connecticut - Journet Through Time. Stamford, Connecticut: Stamford Historical Society, Inc. ; 1971.
30. Lobozza, Carl. Stamford, Connecticut Pictures From The Past. Stamford, Connecticut: Stamford Historical Society, Inc. ; 1970.
31. Majdalany, Jeanne. History Of The Cove In Stamford, Connecticut. Stamford, Connecticut: Stamford Historical Society, Inc.; 1979.
32. Martin, Edward Warren. "Stamford Street Railroad Co." Transportation Bulletin. 1976 Jan; Published by Connecticut Valley Chapter, Inc., of the National Railway Historical Society, Inc.
33. McGrawHill Company. "Stamford, Connecticut becomes a center for suburban offices." Architectural Record. 1977 Oct.
34. Nagurney, Michael J. "Teaching of Ukrainian in the United States." American Slavic And East European Review. 1945 Dec.
35. Padowicz, Julian. Stamford, Our Pride.Millennium Edition.1999. 360 Years of Stamford History. Audio Book.
36. Pavia, Tony M. An American Town Goes To War. Padukah, Knetucky: Turner Publishing Company; 1995. Includes a list, on pp. iv-v, of those killed in action, during WWII, who enlisted in Stamford, Connecticut.
37. Phelps, I. Newton. Historical Sketch of Union Lodge No. 5, F. & A. M. Scofield, C. Harris. (Stamford, Connecticut): Union Lodge, No. 5, A. F. & A. M., of Stamford, Connecticut; 1924.
38. Scofield, Edward C. "Story Of The Cove." Stamford Historian. 1957. Published by The Stamford Historical Society, Inc., Stamford, Connecticut.
39. Scoville, Samuel. 250th Anniversary Of The Congregational Church, December 22, 1885. Historical Address By Rev. Samuel Scoville. Poem By Rev. John G. Davenport. Stamford, Connecticut; 1885. Poem by Rev. John G. Davenport.
40. Second Universalist Society. Story of One Hundred Years, 1841-1941: The Second Universalist Society of Stamford, Connecticut, In commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of its organization. Stamford, Connecticut; 1941.
41. Selsberg, Carol. "Discovering Stamford." Connecticut. 1991 Jun.
42. Shaff, Howard. Six Wars At a Time : The Life and Times of Gutzon Borglum, Sculptor of Mount Rushmore. Shaff, Audrey Karl. Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Darien, Connecticut: The Center for Western Studies, Augustana College, Sioux Falls, South Dakota In cooperation with Permelia Publishing, Darien, Connecticut; 1985. (Gutzon Borglum was a resident of Stamford, Connecticut and was connectd with Czech immigration.) For additional information, see: Dictionary of American Biography. Supplement Three (1941-1945), pp. 87-90.
43. Sherwood, Herbert F. (Herbert Francis). Story Of Stamford. New York, New York: States History Company; 1930.
44. St. John's Roman Catholic Church. Centennial Of Love and Grace: St. John Catholic Church. Stamford, Connecticut: St. John's Roman Catholic Church; 1976. ncludes an historical sketch of St. John's, portraits of Pastors, photographs of some of the stained glass windows, a list of societies and organizations within the Church, and an account of the 100th Anniversary Celebration of the Dedication of the Church of St. John.
45. Stamford Advocate. Stamford Advocate Presents An Historical Review of the Industrial Business and Civic Life of The Town of Stamford during the past 300 Years (Tercentenary Edition). Stamford, Connecticut: Stamford Advocate; 1941 Jun 7.
46. Stamford, Connecticut. Stamford Bicentennial Committee. Stamford Past & Present 16411976. Stamford, Connecticut: Stamford Bicentennial Corporation; 1976.
47. Stamford, Connecticut. Welcome Celebration Committee. WELCOME To those who, by their service and sacrifice, their courage and devotion, helped to achieve victory in the Great War. ... Stamford, proud of their achievements, greets its Sons who served in the Army and Navy, and all others who, in field, camp and hospital, ministered to their welfare. Stamford, Connecticut October 10, 11, 12 and 13, 1919. Stamford, Connecticut; 1919 Oct.
48. Stamford Historical Society, Inc. FIRE! FIRE! A History of Stamford Firefighting, Paid and Volunteer. Stamford, Connecticut: Stamford Historical Society, Inc.; 1991. Exhibition catalogue for sale at the Museum Bookstore.
49. Stamford Historical Society, Inc. Stamford's Healer & Humanitarian Dr. Jacob Nemoitin 1880 - 1963. Exhibition at The Stamford Historical Society . September 1989. Stamford Jewish Historical Society. Stamford, Connecticut: Stamford Historical Society, Inc. / Stamford Jewish Historical Society; 1989. Exhibition catalogue.
50. Stewart, George. Story Of A Carillon Being an account of a token of friendship from the Nestle' Company to provide a carillon for the Presbyterian Church of Stamford, Connecticut, U. S. A., as a gesture of faith and international good will, in the year of Our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Fortyfour. New York, (New York): Privately Printed; 1944. Author was the 12th minister of the First Presbyterian Church, Stamford, Connecticut.
51. Union Baptist Church. Reflections ... Union Baptist Church: "A Day of Dedication and Cornerstone Laying". (Stamford, Connecticut): Union Baptist Church; 1978 Oct 22.
52. Walton, Alfred Grant. Stamford Historical Sketches. Stamford, Connecticut; 1922. 100 pp., published in both hard and paper covers, list of "Interesting Dates In Stamford's History".
53. Wise, Nicole. "Story of Stamford." Connecticut. 1991 Jun. Photography by William Hubbell.
Record Group G-19: Items from The Bibliography of Stamford
For full bibliography, go to Bibliography of Stamford, An annotated & indexed compilation of books, pamphlets, special editions of newspapers, atlas, articles in periodicals, and motion picture film, containing information relating to the history of Stamford, Connecticut.

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