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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 30, January 1971

In this issue:

Re-enfranchisement of Rhode Island Negroes by J. Stanley Lemons African Americans suffrage Dorr Rebellion Elleanor Eldridge Seth Luther Alexander Crummell Providence City Guards Law and Order Party People’s Constitution Thomas W. Dorr

Oratory and Learning: Horace Mann at Brown by Kathleen Edgarton Kendall Horace Mann Brown University Tristam Burges Philermenians United Brothers Society debating societies

Antislavery Agents in Rhode Island, 1835-1837 by John L. Myers antislavery movement Providence Anti-Slavery Society Henry B. Stanton James Manning Blakesly Amos Phelps Charles C. Burleigh Henry C. Wright Rev. Ray Potter Oliver Johnson

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