Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 44, November 1985

In this issue:

Ethnicity and Politics in Rhode Island: The Career of Frank Licht by Walter H. Conser Jr. Frank Licht Jewish community ethnic politics Democratic Party Zionism John H. Chafee Bloodless Revolution of 1935 Income tax

Black Pauper Burial Records: Providence, Rhode Island, 1777-1831 by Jaime Coughtry and Jay Coughtry Patience Borden African Americans Providence Town Papers black pauper burials

Nicholas Brown to Isaac Backus: On Bringing Rhode Island College to Providence by Richard Luftglass Nicholas Brown Isaac Backus Brown University

Congress at Princeton: Being the Letters of Charles Thomson to Hannah Thomson, June-October 1783, edited by Eugene R. Sheridan and John M. Murrin, reviewed by Wayne Carp and Eugine R. Sheridan

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