Chapter 10 Bibliography

Below is a temporary automated bibliography of the book-in-progress. The final bibliography will be divided into sections for easier reading.

“A Suggestive Contrast.” Hartford Daily Courant, October 1878, 2.

“An Art Museum.” Hartford Daily Courant, April 1871, 2.

Bailey, Chauncey. “Non-Resident Students Again Attending Bloomfield Schools.” Hartford Courant, September 1976, 45.

Bass, Paul. “Case on Residency and Schools Halted.” New York Times, June 1985, CN14.

Bixby, Lyn, Vada Crosby, Brant Houston, Jeffrey Williams, and Larry Williams. “Some Real Estate Agents Discriminate Against Black Home Buyers: Two Connecticuts Series.” Hartford Courant, May 1989, A1+.

Bloomfield. Town of Bloomfield Annual Report. Bloomfield, Conn.: Bloomfield Town Clerk, 1888.

Clark, Charles H. “The Charter Oak City.” Scribner’s Monthly 13, no. 1 (November 1876): 1–21.\&pg=PA1\#v=onepage\&q\&f=false.

Condon, Tom. “‘Troubled City’ a Victim of Geography.” Hartford Courant, September 2002, B1.

Connecticut State Department of Education. “School and Grade Enrollment by Race, 1977-1984,” n.d.

———. The Distribution of Negroes in the Public Schools of Connecticut, 1967-68. Hartford, 1967.

Council, Connecticut Public Expenditure. Local Public School Expenses and State Aid in Connecticut. Hartford: CPEC, n.d.

“Couple Ask Tuition-Free Schooling for Girl but Residency Is Disputed.” Hartford Courant, February 1959, 6.

Courtney, Steve. “Commentary: Was Hartford ’the Richest City in the United States’?” Hartford Courant, October 2014.

Dougherty, Jack. “Bridging the Gap Between Urban, Suburban, and Educational History.” In Rethinking the History of American Education, edited by William Reese and John Rury, 245–59. New York: Palgrave MacMillan Press, 2007.

———. “Review of ’Connecticut’s Public Schools: A History, 1650-2000’ by Christopher Collier.” Connecticut History 50, no. 1 (2011): 120–22.

Dougherty, Jack, Jeffrey Harrelson, Laura Maloney, Drew Murphy, Russell Smith, Michael Snow, and Diane Zannoni. “School Choice in Suburbia: Test Scores, Race, and Housing Markets.” American Journal of Education 115, no. 4 (August 2009): 523–48.

Dougherty, Jack, Jesse Wanzer, and Christina Ramsay. “Missing the Goal: A Visual Guide to Sheff V. O’Neill School Desegregation: June 2007.” Hartford, Connecticut; Storrs, Connecticut: The Cities, Suburbs and Schools research project at Trinity College and the University of Connecticut Center for Education Policy Analysis, 2007.

Drury, Dave. “2 City Parents Are Charged in Residence Case.” Hartford Courant, April 1985, AA1.

———. “Bloomfield Alters Its Policy for School Residence Cases.” Hartford Courant, August 1985.

———. “Bloomfield Cracking down on Non-Residents in Schools.” Hartford Courant, March 1985, A1.

———. “’Line Jumping’ Is Issue Statewide, Officials Say.” Hartford Courant, April 1985, B1.

“Editorial: In Defense of Hartford.” Hartford Courant, August 2002, A10.

Elsen, Jon. “Bloomfield Officials Laud School Officer’s Work.” The Hartford Courant (1923-1991), April 1986, B2.

Englehart, Bob. “Editorial Cartoon: Bloomfield High School.” Hartford Courant, April 1985, C8.

First Church of Christ (Hartford, Conn.). “Address of Edward Everett Hale.” In Commemorative Exercises of the First Church of Christ in Hartford, at Its Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary, October 11 and 12, 1883. Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1883.

“Girl Graduates: Closing Exercises of Mt. St. Joseph Seminary Cluster of Historical Essays on Hartford.” Hartford Courant, June 1903, 5.

Green, Rick. “Not in His Town: If You Don’t Live in Bloomfield, William Mahoney’s Job Is to Make Sure You Don’t Go to School There.” Hartford Courant, February 1992, H1+.

“Hartford as the ‘Richest City’: A Great Financial Center.” Hartford Courant, October 1908, C1.

“Hartford Holds Lead as Wealthiest City: Over 21,000 Local People Pay Federal Income Tax –Stamford Second and New Haven Third 10 Per Cent. in State Assessed.” Hartford Courant, November 1921, 1.

Hirsch, Arnold R. Making the Second Ghetto: Race and Housing in Chicago, 1940-1960. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983.

Hirsh, Linda B. “Schools to Use New Policies to Exclude Out-of-Town Residents.” Hartford Courant, July 1992, B5.

Jackson, Kenneth T. Crabgrass Frontier: The Suburbanization of the United States. New York: Oxford University Press, 1985.

Johnson, Dirk. “Quality of City Schools Tested in Trial on Residency: Equity of Schools Tested in Arrests.” New York Times, May 1985, CN1.

Jones, Jane Latus. “Schools Will Accept Tuition Non-Residents.” The Bloomfield Journal, August 1985, 1.

“Kicks on Schools in Wethersfield: Dissatisfaction Expressed at Parents’ Meeting: City Gets Sons of Board Members.” Hartford Courant, April 1917, 11.

Lamb, David. “Once-Gilded City Buffing Itself Up.” Los Angeles Times, June 2003.

Mendoza, William, and Anita Ford Saunders. “Jumping the Line.” The Public File. Hartford, CT: WVIT Channel 30 television broadcast, August 1985.

Merriam, Alexander R. “The Social Conditions of the Smaller City.” The Hartford Courant, July 1903, 13.

———. The Social Significance of the Smaller City. Hartford, Conn.: Hartford Seminary Press, 1903.

Nunes, Joseph F. “Chapter Four: ’Fighting Joe’ and Mark Twain.” Hartford Courant, October 2014.

———. “The Lasting Legacy of Charles Hopkins Clark.” Hartford Courant, October 2014.

OnTheLine. “Map: Home Value Index in Hartford County CT from 1910-2010,” 2018.

Osborn, Norris Galpin. “Charles Hopkins Clark.” In Men of Mark in Connecticut: Ideals of American Life Told in Biographies and Autobiographies of Eminent Living Americans, 230–34. W.R. Goodspeed, 1906.\&pg=PA230.

Porter, Wayne. “Non-Resident Students Long a Problem.” Hartford Courant, May 1985, B8.

“Residency Officer’s Job Is in Full Swing.” The Bloomfield Journal, November 1985, 9.

“Residency Rule Called Good, If Done by Book: Bloomfield.” Hartford Courant, July 1976, 44.

“Schools Jump Tuition Fees for Out-of-Town Residents.” Hartford Courant, January 1952, 21.

Simpson, Stan. “Capital Progress: Read All About It.” Hartford Courant, June 2003, B1.

Skinner, Otis. “Save Twain Home, Urges Otis Skinner: Should Be Easy for Richest City Per Capita in This Country.” Hartford Courant, April 1920, 6.

“The Richest City.” The Hartford Courant (1887-1922), October 1903, 10.

Twain, Mark, and Charles Dudley Warner. The Gilded Age: A Tale of to-Day. Hartford: American Publishing Company, 1873.

Tyack, David. The One Best System: A History of American Urban Education. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1974.

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art. “History.” Accessed July 28, 2015.

“Wealth of Hartford Clearly Shown by Bank Statements: Per Capita Wealth, $600, Equalled by No Other City in U. S.–1921 Bank Dis-Counts Total $455,975,029 Insurance in Lead as Chief Industry City Known for Its Manu-Facturing for over 150 Years–Center for Traders and Buyers for Radius of 50 Miles.” Hartford Courant, September 1922, X1.

Zielbauer, Paul. “Poverty in a Land of Plenty: Can Hartford Ever Recover?” The New York Times, August 2002.