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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 45, February 1986

In this issue:

The Making of a Hero: Samuel Slater and the Arkwright Frames by James L. Conrad Jr. Samuel Slater textile industry Moses Brown artisans and mechanics William Almy George Savage White

A Centennial View of the John Brown House by Robert P. Emlen John Brown House American Architect and Building News Edwin Elden Deane Mrs. William Gammell Colonial Revival style Marsden J. Perry

Irving Fain and the Fair Housing Movement in Rhode Island, 1958-1970 by Joseph Conforti Irving J. Fane Fair Housing movement African Americans Citizens United for a Fair Housing Law Hepzibah Realty Company anti-semitism Jews University Heights Temple Beth-El Citizens United Renewal Enterprises

Rhode Island Miscellany: Reflections: On Newport in the 1760s by Elaine Forman Crane Newport maritime industries Newport Mercury

Depression Rhode Island, 1929-1940 oral history Great Depression Textile strike of 1934 Anne Burlak New Deal American Federation of Labor Labor Day parade

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