Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 41, August 1982

In this issue:

The Earliest Prints and Paintings of New England Indians by William S. Simmons

The Threat of Radicalism: Seward’s Candidacy and the Rhode Island Gubernatorial Election of 1860 by James L. Huston

Samuel Hopkins and the New Divinity Movement: Calvinism, the Congregational Ministry, and Reform in New England between the Great Awakenings, by Joseph A. Conforti, reviewed by Harry S. Stout

Old Light on Separate Ways: The Narragansett Diary of Joseph Fish, 1765-1776, edited by William S. Simmons and Cheryl L. Simmons, reviewed by James P. Ronda and William S. Simmons

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