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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 18, October 1959

In this issue:

A Soldier Writes His Congressman: The Civil War Letters of Livingston Scott to Thomas A. Jenckes by Frank F White Jr Civil War Livingston Scott RI 10th Regiment of Volunteers RI 3rd Regiment of Calvary Congressman Thomas A. Jenckes life in the Army discontent with the Army

Collected Papers, Armorial, Genealogical, and Historical, by Richard LeBaron Bowen, reviewed by G Andrews Moriarty

Curious Crimes in Colonial Newport Country by Constance D Sherman crime and punishment Newport County robbery robbing Indian graves piracy

Catalog of the Rhode Island Historical Society Furniture Collection (continued) by Ralph E Carpenter Jr Windsor chair Chippendale mirror John Goddard desk Willard Gallery clock Joseph Brown

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