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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 14, July 1955

In this issue:

Transcendentalism and the Providence Literati by Charles R Crowe Transcendentalism Providence Charles King Newcomb Margaret Fuller Sarah Whitman Hiram Fuller women intellectuals Coliseum Club Albert G. Greene ante-bellum reform movements

Labor Problems in the Rhode Island Cotton Mills – 1790-1940 by Editha Hadcock textile industry textile strikes women mill workers labor unions Pawtucket strike of 1824 child labor labor legislation Knights of Labor Ten Hour Association

Block Island Cemetery Records (concluded) by Helen Winslow Mansfield

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