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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 5, October 1946

In this issue:

How Acid Factory Brook Got Its Name by Roger Tillinghast Clapp Acid Factory Brook West Greenwich Bela Clapp Clapp’s Acid Factory amonia production acetic acid dyes textile manufacturing Bela T. Clapp & Company

The New England Governors vs. Lincoln: The Providence Conference by William B. Hasseltine by Hazel C Wolf Abraham Lincoln New England governors Civil War Radical Republicans Gov. John Andrews Confiscation Act Gov. William Sprague Gov. Israel Washburne Gov. Samuel Buckingham Gov. Nathaniel Berry

Captain Cornelius Soule by William Greene Roelker Capt. Cornelius Soule ship captain China trade merchant Delia Soule Dyer Canton Hawaii John Jacob Astor Beaver

Letters of Sullivan Dorr, ed Howard Corning, reviewed by James B Hedges

Rural Economy in Rhode Island 200 Years Ago” (concluded) by Carl R Woodward rural economy prices of commodities Benoni Waterman account books farming wages prices of crops prices of livestock Warwick account books commerce

The First Century of the John Carter Brown Library, by Lawrence C. Wroth, reviewed by W A Jackson

Title Page and Index of Volumes I-V, 1942-1946

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