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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 44, May 1985

In this issue:

‘A Determination to Labor …’: Female Antislavery Activity in Rhode Island by Deborah Bingham Van Broekhoven Antislavery societies women Ladies Anti-Slavery Society William Lloyd Garrison Frances Whipple Green Kent County Female Anti-Slavery Society Liberty Chimes Sophia Little Elizabeth Buffum Chace Dorr Rebellion

The Providence School Board Reform Movement, 1898-1924 by Patrick Harshbarger school reform Providence Public Education Association Providence School Committee Sarah E. Doyle George D. Strayer Strayer Repor

From the Collections: An Embossed Leather Cockade by Providence Engraver William Hamlin by Robert P. Emlin

The Antimasonic Party in the United States, 1826-1843, by William Preston Vaughn, reviewed by Steven C. Bullock

Dissent and Conformity on Narragansett Bay: The Colonial Rhode Island Town, by Bruce C. Daniels, reviewed by Sheila L. Skemp

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