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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 33, August – Nov 1974

In this issue:

Free Love, Immortalism, and Perfectionism in Cumberland, Rhode Island, 1748-1768 by William G. McLoughlin religion Great Awakening Cumberland Ebenezer Ward New Light Baptists perfectionism spiritual marriage Jemima Wilkinson counter-culture concepts of God revivalism

Providence Architecture, 1859-1908: Stone, Carpenter and Willson by Ronald J. Onorato architecture Providence Stone, Carpenter and Willson Providence County Courthouse Providence Public Library Burnside mansion Cheapside Block Esther A. Baker house Union Station Union Trust Building

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