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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 3, January 1944

In this issue:

The Political Consequences of the Burning of the Gaspee by Ergine Wilsin Gaspee Abraham Whipple Lt. Dudingston Royal Commission Joseph Wanton General Assembly John Brown Providence merchants Revolutionary War treason

The Old Town Pounds of Rhode Island by Anne Crawford Holst town pounds livestock stray cattle Rhode Island towns pound keeper civic buildings

A Painting of Roger Williams by Bradford F Swan Peter F. Rothermel Roger Williams art painting collections

Asa Whitney’s Effort in Rhode Island to Promote a Railroad to the Pacific by John B Rae Asa Whiney railroad Thomas W. Dorr Union Pacific Railroad Samuel Ames Benjamin B. Thurston Stephen Atwater Welcome B. Sayles Levi Woodbury Capt. Charles Wilkes

Pemberton of St. Albans and the Mother of Roger Williams by G Andrews Moriarty Pemberton of St. Albans Roger Williams Roger Stokes wills family history Roger Williams ancestry

Mill Village, by Alberic A. Archambault, reviewed by George W Gardiner

While Benefit Street Was Young, by Margaret Bingham Stillwell, reviewed by George L Miner

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