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This historical case study of the metropolitan Hartford region of Connecticut examines how Catholic schools shifted from urban to suburban spaces during the twentieth century, and points to the causal factors that left many Black and Latino Catholics behind.


Submitted as part of the Cities, Suburbs and Schools project for the On The Line web-book by Jack Dougherty and colleagues.

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