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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 31, AprilJuly 1972

In this issue:

Paintings at John Brown House by Frank H. Goodyear Jr. John Brown House painting collection George P. A. Healy William Blodget artists John Smibert Robert Feke John Greenwood Samuel King James Earl

‘Fortunes to be Acquired’–Textiles in 18th-Century Rhode Island by Florence M. Montgomery John Brown House textile collection maritime trade manufacturing Providence shopkeepers commodities for trade upholsterers

Rhode Island Housewrights, Shipwrights, and Related Craftsmen by Joseph K. Ott craftsmen housewrights shipwrights joiners turners masons painters carriage makers carpenters Mason’s Articles

Earning a Living, 1788-1818: Job Danforth, Cabinetmaker by William M. Pillbury Job Danforth cabinetmarker Providence cabinetmaking business tables chairs desks bedsteds coffins

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