Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 40, August 1981

In this issue:

Poor Relief, Local Finance, and Town Government in Eighteenth-Century Rhode Island by Bruce C. Daniels

Made to Order: Familiar Scenes on Rhode Island Bank Notes by Ann LeVeque

J. Franklin Jameson and the Birth of the National Archives, 1906-1926, by Victor Gondos Jr., reviewed by Lester J. Cappon

Recreating the Historic House Interior, by William Seale, reviewed by Thomas G. Brennan

The Rhode Island Campaaign of 1778: Inauspicious Dawn of Alliance, by Paul F. Dearden, reviewed by Nathaniel N. Shipton

Peleg Burrough’s Journal, 1778-1798: The Tiverton, R.I., Years of the Humbly Bold Baptist Minister, edited by Ruth Wilder Sherman, reviewed by William G. McLoughlin and Ruth Wilder Sherman

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