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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 26, July 1967

In this issue:

Rhode Island Justice–1772 Vintage by Samuel W. Bryant HMS Gaspee Lt. William Dudingston Nathanael Greene and Company smuggling rum court system Stephen Hopkins

Notes from the Shelves of the Society’s Library by Noel P. Conlon Historical Society Library Narragansett Pacers Newport textile industry

The Dorr Rebellion in Rhode Island: The Moderate Phase by Robert L. Ciaburri Levi Woodbury Dorr Rebellion Thomas Wilson Dorr Whig Party Democratic Party suffrage reform movement President John Tyler Hazard’s Report Seth Luther Rhode Island Suffrage Association

Olney Winsor’s ‘Memorandum’ of the Phenomenal ‘Dark Day’ of May 19, 1780 by William G. McLoughlin Olney Winsor John Howland Isaac Backus James Manning

Glocester, Rhode Island, Vital Records by Charles W. Fanham Glocester vital records Chepachet

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