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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 6, July 1947

In this issue:

Documents Relating to the Ray, Greene, and Turner Families by G Andrews Moriarty Catharine Ray Greene Henry Ward Comfort Sands William Turner James Turner domestic life social life Ray family genealogy Capt. William Turner

Miniature Tableware by Dorothy Needham Casey tableware miniatures tea sets objects dinner sets porcelain china English pottery Staffordshire potters American slip ware

Roger Williams Manuscripts in the Society’s Library by Bradford F Swan Roger Williams Roger Williams letters Roger Williams documents Massachusetts Historical Society Historical Society Library John Winthrop

Patterns on the River, by Mathias P. Harpin, reviewed by Susanne R Lewis Brown

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