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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 18, January 1959

In this issue:

The Furnishings of Newport Houses, 1780-1800 by Wendell D Garrett furniture Newport carpets window curtains lights and illumination fireplace equipment clocks and watches paintings and pictures musical instruments glassware and chin

Utopian Socialism in Rhode Island, 1845-1850 by Charles R Crowe Fourierist Phalanx Dr. Peleg Clarke John L. Clarke Joseph J. Cooke George Ripley Providence Affiliated Union anti-slavery utopian socialism William Henry Channing

Migration and Economic Development in Rhode Island, by Kurt B. Mayer and Sidney Goldstein; The Ecology of Providence; Basic Social and Demographic Data by Census Tracts, by Sidney Goldstein and Kurt B. Mayer, reviewed by William D Metz

A Directory of Printing, Publishing, Bookselling & Allied Trades in Rhode Island in 1865, by H. Glenn Brown and Maude O. Brown, reviewed by Rollo G Silver

A Hazard-Rhodes Connection by Charles W Farnham Hazard family Rhodes family Thomas R. Hazard

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