|A. E. O.||Ancient Essenic Order|
|A. F. and A. M.||Ancient Free and Accepted Masons|
|A. O. F.||Ancient Order of Foresters|
|A.O.H.||Ancient Order of Hibernians|
|A. O. U. W.||Ancient Order of United Workmen|
|B.P.O.E.||Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks|
|C. K. of A.||Catholic Knights of America|
|D. A. R.||Daughters of the American Revolution|
|D. of R.||Daughters of Rebekah (Odd Fellows)|
|D. O. I.||Daughters of Isabella|
|F. & A. M.||Free and Accepted Masons|
|G. A. R.||Grand Army of the Republic|
|I. O. O. F.||Independent Order of Odd Fellows|
|K. of C.||Knights of Columbus|
|K. L. O. H.||Knights & Ladies of Honor|
|K. of P.||Knights of Pythias|
|K. T.||Knights Templar|
|L. D. S.||Latter Day Saints - Morman|
|O. U. A. M.||Order of United American Mechanics|
|R. M.||Red Men, Improved Order of|
|R. S. G. F.||Royal Society of Good Fellows|
|S. A. R.||Sons of the American Revolution|
|T. K.||Club To Kalon Club of Pawtucket, started 1876|
|U. T. A.||United Train of Artillery|
|Y. M. C. A.||Young Men's Christian Association|
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- Rhode Island Newspapers Past and Present
- "The Printer and the Press", by H. P. Smith, 1902
- American Indian Place Names In Rhode Island: Past & Present
- Twentieth Annual Report of the State Board of Agriculture 1905
- Bibliography for Studies of American
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- Records of the Colony [or State] of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations in New England, 1862.
- Officers to command the several Trained Bands, or Companies of Militia, June 1775
- Amount of Rations, &c., Allowed to the Soldiers, by the Continental Congress
- Assistants and Militia Officers Chosen December 10, 1776
- Travel Permit during Revolutionary War, 1777
- 1770 Rhode Island Government by Town
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- Incorporation of the Benevolent Congregational Society, in the town of Providence, 1770
- Authorization to sell "all kinds of spirituous liquors" in Providence, 1770
- Committee appointed by the General Assembly to procure Blankets for the Soldiers
- Acceptance of the Declaration of Independence by Rhode Island General Assembly
- Rhode Island's first Postmasters, Appointed June 1777
- A brief history of the affair of the British revenue schooner Gaspee
- Depositions in the investigation of the burning of the Gaspee; Aaron Briggs, Daniel Vaughan, Deputy Governor Sessions relative to the Deposition of Aaron Briggs, &c.
- Report from the Honorable the Commissioners, appointed by Royal Commission
- Account of the sheep taken from Block Island, 1775, ownership & value
- Account of the stock (sheep, oxen, cows, etc.) taken from Jamestown, 1775
- Bills to be Paid, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, June 1776
- Bills Ordered Paid, State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, October 1777
- List of Invalids resident in the State of Rhode Island, disabled in the service of the United States during the late war, as of the 7th day of June, 1785
- Commissioned Officers from the State of Rhode Island who have been slain or died in the service of the United States up to March, 1786
- Industries and Wealth of the Principal Points in Rhode Island:
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- The Israelites in Rhode Island
- History of the state of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations Biographical
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- Improved Order of Red Men
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- The Rhode Island Depreciation Claims List as of January 1, 1797
- Rhode Island in 1888
- Rhode Island and Pawtucket, MA Birth Filings 1800-1855 -- Minority Index
RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL REPORT; For Rhode Island Board of Education, 1895
- Rhode Island College of Agriculture and Mechanic ArtsStaff, Calendar, History, Requirements for Admission, Expenses
Department of Instruction
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Agricultural College Extension
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Appendix: School Officers and Teachers in Public Schools, 1894-1895
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- Little Compton
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- Formation of the Providence City Government 1831
- 1844 Directory, Providence, RI
- King's Pocket-book of Providence, R.I.; Moses King, 1882
- History of Providence County, Rhode Island, Edited by Richard M. Bayles. 1891
- Excerpts (there is some duplication of the following chapters) from the History of Providence County
- Chapter III - The Bench and Bar
- Chapter IV - The Profession of Medicine
- Chapter V - Town of Providence - Settlement and Early History.
- Chapter VI. - The Town of Providence During the Revolution.
- Chapter VII - Growth of Providence Town and City.
- Chapter VIII - Providence City during the Rebellion.
- Chapter IX - Providence City - Trade and Commerce.
- Chapter X - Providence City - Parks, Cemeteries, Old Buildings, Taverns and Hotels.
- Chapter XI - Providence City - Statistics and Official Lists.
Biographical sketches in the History of Providence County (Bayles, 1891) "Town of Burrillville" "Town of Cumberland" "Town of Foster" "Town of Johnston" "Town of Lincoln" "City of Providence" "Town of Pawtucket" "Town of East Providence" "Town of North Providence" "Town of Scituate" "Town of Smithfield" "Town of Woonsocket"
- The Yellow Fever in Providence, 1800
- Owners and Occupants of the Lots, Houses and Shops in the Town of Providence Rhode Island in 1798
- Providence City Manual 1917-18: School Administrations
- 1904 Providence Real Estate Register and Rental Guide
- Our Police - A History of the Providence Force: 1889
- The Old Schools of Providence, Rhode Island
- 1879 Classical High School, Providence RI - picture with names
- Illustrated History of Pawtucket, Central Falls and Vicinity
- What was Pawtucket Like 100 Years Ago?- Obituary of Colonel James William Larkin, February 1907, Pawtucket Gazette & Chronicle
- Biographical Reminiscences of the Pawtuxet Valley and Pawtucket Valley By Noah J. Arnold.
- An Historical Sketch of The Town of Scituate, R.I. Delivered in Scituate, Rhode Island July 4, 1876, By C. C. Beaman
- An Historical Address delivered in Scituate, R. I., July 4, 1876
- Town of Scituate General Voting List 1898
- The Record of Old Smithfield From 1730 To 1850
- History of Woonsocket, by E. Richardson
- Pictures of Rhode Island Houses of Worship: Providence
Kent & Washington Counties
History of Washington and Kent Counties, Rhode Island; By: J.R. Cole; W.W. Preston & Co., NY, 1889:
- Town of Exeter
- Town of North Kingstown
- Town of Richmond
- Town of South Kingstown
Biographical sketches Town of Exeter, Washington County East Greenwich West Greenwich North Kingstown Warwick Westerly Richmond South Kingstown
- Town of Richmond Tax Books for 1855, 1872 and 1883
- Westerly, Rhode Island, Deeds have been moved to the Washington Co., RI GenWeb site.
- SOUTH KINGSTOWN FRIENDS RECORDS have been moved to the Washington Co., RI GenWeb site.
- A List of the Births & Deaths of the Town of Charlestown, Rhode Island has been moved to the Washington Co., RI GenWeb site.
- Lease of Life, Ray T. Sands to Col. Ray Sands 1797
- 1810 Letter To Nancy (Paine) Sands From Her Sister Phebe Ray (Paine) Carruthers
- 1813 Letter To Nancy (Paine) Sands in Care of John Sands, Jurist, Block Island, RI
- 1816 Letter To John Paine, Esq., Block Island, C/O Capt. William Littlefield, Newport, RI
- Captain James Sands, born in 1622
- Captain John Sands, eldest son of James, admitted freeman here in 1709
- Three Named Edward Sands
- Ray Sands, born 5 January 1736
- John Sands, "Cotemporary with the above Col. Ray Sands"
- Mrs. Sarah Sands, wife of Captain James Sands
- Caleb & Nathaniel Littlefield, admitted freemen 1721, to Nicholas Littlefield, b. April 8, 1783
- Letter Regarding Block Island 1830 Census from B. Anthony to John E Sands
- Edward1 Ball and Some of His Descendants: John Ball2, Edward Ball3, Peter Ball4,
Edmund Ball5, Nicholas Ball6.
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