Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 46, August 1987

In this issue:

Rhode Island and the American Nation by Albert T. Klyberg Contributions to the nation religious liberty industry painting, furniture, and architecture slave trade Roger Williams patriotism decline of industry economic revival of Rhode Island

A Day in the Life of Roger Williams by Glenn W. LaFantasie Roger Williams James D. Knowles Puritan piety daily life in the 17th century Narragansetts frontier life

Fall River Outrage: Life, Murder, and Justice in Early Industrial New England, by David Richard Kasserman, reviewd by Scott Molloy

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