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Rhode Island historical tracts.

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Published by Sidney S. Rider in Providence .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Local history -- Rhode Island -- Periodicals.,
  • Rhode Island -- History -- Periodicals.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRider, Sidney Smith, 1833-1917, pub.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF76 .R52
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25 v. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19369713M
    LC Control Number06004456


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Internet Archive BookReader Rhode Island historical tracts. Rhode Island Historical Tracts is a series of booklets published by noted Providence bookseller and antiquarian Sidney Smith Rider from about Some are print editions of manuscripts, some are compiled reports, and some are an overview of a subject (such as Rhode Island currency) of interest to historical collectors.

"Edition strictly limited to two-hundred and fifty copies." Each no. has also a distinctive title 1st ser.:no.1 - Prof. Diman's Rhode Island historical tracts.

book at the Centennial Celebration of the capture of General Prescott; 1st ser.:no.2 - Visits of the Northmen to Rhode Island; 1st ser.:no.3 - History of the Wanton Family of Newport, Rhode Island; 1st ser.:no.4 - William Coddington in Rhode Island Colonial Affairs.

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Rhode Island Historical Tracts Series 1, No. Additions and Corrections to the first series of Rhode Island Historical Tracts: With an Index to the Same.

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The remaining three were published privately and are the most difficult to find today. These are the Newport Historical Magazine, The Narragansett Historical Register, and Rhode Island Historical Tracts.

Viewed as a collection--with dozens of articles on English origins and scores of other articles showing descent from immigrant settlers--the. Historical tracts of the town of Portsmouth, Rhode Island Paperback – January 1, by John T Pierce (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

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Viewed as a collection–with dozens of articles on English origins and scores of other articles showing descent from immigrant settlers–the. The Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission is the state agency for historical preservation and heritage programs.

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I am celebrating my 11th anniversary, this summer, at this location and have been operating a by appointment location in Westerly, Rhode Island, for 28 years. Prepared by Sarah Shaw, this index is a guide to Rhode Island material found in the Hay Library's extensive collection of sheet music.

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"Elder John Crandall of Rhode Island and His Descendants." John Cortland Crandall, reprinted by Higginsons Books, Salem, MA, originally published by John C. Crandall, This is the genealogy of Elder John Crandall, an early settler of Newport and Westerly, RI and carries down into the early s.

“The Treasurer’s Account of the Negro Slaves Inlisted into the Continental Battalions, To Whom They Did Belong and the Valuation of Each Slave,”from Sidney S. Rider, R.I. Historical Tracts: An Historical Inquiry Concerning the Attempt to Raise a Regiment of Slaves in Rhode Island During the War of the Revolution, No.

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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. History of the Wanton family of Newport, Rhode Island by John Russell Bartlett,Sidney S. Rider edition. OCLC Number: Notes: "Originally appeared in the Providence journal, in " Description: pages ; 21 cm.

Series Title: Rhode Island historical tracts. In John Staples wrote a more comprehensive account, A Century of Rhode Island Lotteries –as part of the series Rhode Island Historical Tracts published by Sidney Rider. The bibliography that follows provides a list of other literature on the subject.

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the number supplied with tracts, the number refusing tracts, the number lacking Bibles. Return to top. Provenance: This gift was described simply as "MS books of sermons collected by John Bours" in the accession book.

However, the Bours books () and the Tract Society books. PROVIDENCE, RI -- Providence Public Library (PPL) and Rhode Island Historical Society (RIHS) have partnered to create a collaborative public archive in response to the COVID pandemic.

The above trivia was submitted by the Hamilton Printing Co., and is featured in the book "Historical Tracts of the Town of Portsmouth, Rhode Island" by .These are the first "richer demographics" for all census tracts since Census Use the interactive ranking table below to rank/compare/examine selected measures for all Rhode Island census tracts.

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