East Ferry Wharf - Credits and Research Sources

By Peter Fey, Jamestown Historical Society

Research Sources

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  6. Donnan, Elizabeth. Documents illustrative of the history of the slave trade to America, Vol. III. Washington: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1930-35.
  7. Jamestown Historical Society Archives, https://jamestownhistoricalsociety.org/online-catalog/, accessed 10/21/2020.
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  12. NARA Microfilm M247, Papers of the Continental Congress
  13. North Kingstown Town Records, Town of North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
  14. Rhode Island Census, 1774, Jamestown, Rhode Island.
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  17. United States Census, 1790, Jamestown, R.I.
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