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State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations at the end of the century : a history illustrated with maps, fac-similies of old plates and paintings and photographs of ancient landmarks

edited by Edward Field
Field, Edward, 1858-1928 (Added Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Boston, Massachusetts : Mason, 1902
3 v. : ill., facms., ports.

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Contents: v. 1. History of the state of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. The wars of the militia. The sea force in war time-- v. 2. Epidemics and medical institutions. Religious societies, their history and present conditions. Growth of public education. The sea trade and it's development. The printer and the press. The growth of the library--v. 3. The political development of the towns. The struggle of judicial supremacy. Public and private finance. Industrial development. The poor, the defective and the criminal. Free masonry and odd fellowship. Early habits and customs and old landmarks.

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