Dorr Liberation Stock
Dorr Liberation Stock was used to raise money for the cost of bringing Dorr's case by writ of error before the United States Supreme Court. Dorr's imprisonment became a rallying cry of northern Democrats in the 1844 presidential campaign. 'I Hereby Certify, that [name] has contribution Ten Cents to the Dorr Liberation Fund, for the purpose of carrying, by Writ of Error, the Case of The state of Rhode Island against Thomas Wilson Dorr, to the Supreme Court of the United States. Signed, J.G. Treadwell, Counsel for sundry Citizens of Rhode Island. Countersigned, _____, President of the Dorr Liberation Society.
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Postcard of Fort Adams
In June 1842, President John Tyler sent additional Federal troops to Rhode Island in case their services were need to maintain peace. Fort Adams, located in Newport, served as a post for these troops.
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Providence College seniors display their artwork in the area of their concentration. These areas include Ceramics, Digital Imaging, Drawing
The Dorr Rebellion of 1841-43 is considered the most significant constitutional and political event to occur in Rhode Island history. This