Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 14, April 1955

In this issue:

Transcendentalism and ‘The Newness’ in Rhode Island by Charlaes R Crowe Transcendentalism temperance movement Unitarianism Providence Journal Charles King Newcomb Elizabeth Buffum Chace American Bohemians abolitionism Sarah Whitman ante-bellum reform movements

Uncle Brown Grabs a Town by David S Lovejoy Ward-Hopkins Controversy Stephen Hopkins Samuel Ward Elisha Brown Moses Brown Providence North Providence General Assembly

The Ives Family and the Rhode Island Hospital by Ronald Hammond Providence Medical Association Thomas Poynton Ives Moses Brown Ives Robert Hale Ives Civil War

James Burrill Angell: An American Influence, by Shirley W. Smith, reviewed by Theodore R Crane

From Slave to Citizen: The Story of the Negro in Rhode Island, by Irving H. Bartlett, reviewed by Mary Cobb Nelson

Block Island Cemetery Records (continued) by Helen Winslow Mansfield

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