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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 4, July 1945

In this issue:

Joseph Brown, Scientist and Architect by J Walter Wilson Joseph Brown science architecture Providence Brown University Transit of Venus John Brown House Solomon Drowne steam engine Market Building

Moses Brown on Fire-Fighting by Robert Morton Hazelton Moses Brown fire-fighting fires Providence John Brown impellant pump inventions

James Brown’s Diary, 1801-2 by Bradford F Swan James Brown Providence Fire in Providence 1801 Samuel Arnold

John Scott, Merchant by Richard LeBaron Bowen John Scott merchant Christopher Champlin John Scott, jr John Cookson Scott mercantile business

Local History: How to Gather It, Write It, and Publish It, by Donald Dean Parker, reviewed by William B Hesseltine

Good-Bye, Proud World, by Margaret Emerson Bailey, reviewed by Margaret B Stillwell

Roger Conant, a Founder of Massachusetts, by Clifford K. Shipton, reviewed by William Greene Roelker

Ask No Quarter, by George Marsh, reviewed by Bradford F Swan

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