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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 29, July – Oct 1970

In this issue:

The Relevance of Congregational Christianity: Barrington Congregational Church, 1717-1967 by William G. McLoughlin Barrington Congregtional Church, 1717-1967” religion Congregational Church Barrington Great Awakening Calvinism Second Great Awakening religious pluralism Thomas W. Bicknell missionary movement Rev. John Kettelle

Antislavery Agencies in Rhode Island, 1832-1835 by John L. Myers antislavery movement George Thompson American Anti-Slavery Society Arnold Buffum James C. Birney William Lloyd Garrison Providence Anti-Slavery Society Rev. Ray Potter Rev. Thomas Williams Rev. Samuel J. May

Optimistic Democrat: Thomas W. Dorr and the Case of Luther vs. Borden by C. Peter Magrath Thomas W. Dorr Dorr Rebellion suffrage popular sovereignty People’s Constitution Law and Order Party Seth Luther Rhode Island Constitution Daniel Webster Benjamin Hallet

Black Settlement House, East Greenwich, 1902-1914 by Jefferey A. Hess African Americans Neighborhood Cottage East Greenwich settlement houses Scalloptown Sarah Collins Fernandis Hampton Institute method

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