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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 28, April 1969

In this issue:

Rhode Island Baptists, 1825-1931 by C. Allyn Russell Baptists religion temperance movement social reform movements fundamentalism v. liberalism Calvary Baptist Church, Providence First Baptist Church, Providence Billy Sunday Francis Wayland anti-slavery

More Notes on Rhode Island Cabinetmakers and Their Work by Joseph K. Ott furniture cabinetmakers William Proud

The Integrity of Nathanael Greene by Francis F. McKinney Nathanael Greene South Carolina American Revolution Edward Fenwick, Jr. confiscation of Loyalist property spying

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