Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 26, October 1967

In this issue:

Lexington and Concord: Rhode Island Reacts by Joel A. Cohen American Revolution Lexington and Concord General Assembly Army of Observation Joseph Wanton Nicholas Cooke Darius Sessions

The Publick Universal Friend by J. Bruce Whyte Jemima Wilkinson religion Publick Universal Friend United Friends Judge William Potter Quakers New Light Baptists

Party Chaos Embroils Rhode Island by Philip A. Grant Jr. politics Antimasonic Party Whigs Democrats Asher Robbins Elisha R. Potter Dutee J. Pearce Nehemiah Knight Bank of the United States Tristam Burges

Crew List of the Privateer Independence, 1776 by Charles W. Farnham privateers American Revolution privateering contrac

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