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The volumes are organized alphabetically by town. Two of the volumes are then organized alphabetically by the last name of the voters. They list the voters names and the years they voted in elections. The third volume consists of transcripts of votes cast in each town in an election April 1767.
French and Indian Wars put together by former archivist. Subjects vary widely. There is a table of contents in the front of each volume. Subjects include: accounts of Fort Schuyler, Ontario, Stanwix, George, accounts of the Committee of War, lists ofmen involved in the Canadian expedition, papers related to the CrownPoint expedition. This material has been microfilmed.
Includes Western Union telegram, Furlough order, and request for furlough
Records of the commission established by King George III to inquire into the burning & destruction of the Royal revenue schooner "Gaspee" commanded by Captain William Dudingston on the night of June 10, 1772.
Genealogical information of families coming to RI prior to 1690. Information includes names, birth dates, death dates, marriage dates, occupation, and any other information available about a particular person.
Function: To record attendance of members of the House and Senate. Contents: Names of legislators, dates of sessions, legislators attendance.
Senate volume also contains a stack of milage affidavits for the Senators.
Communications received from various colonial, state, federal or military officials, municipalities, individual citizens, religious groups or organizations as relating constitutional issues, boundaries, pending legislation, revenue & tarrifs, resignations or commission acceptences, lotteries or other matters of national or local importance.
Committee records and failed legislation as transferred from established committees (Judiciary, Corporations, Labor, Health Education and Welfare, etc.) for the prior two (2) year legislative session.
Annual numerical sequence of bills submitted by both houses of the Rhode Island legislature (text only). No supporting documentation, annotations or committee stamps.
The General Assembly Proceedings scrapbooks include volumes containing clippings from local newspapers pasted in chronological order in scrapbooks. Articles describe proceedings of the General Assembly as well as other news relative to the General Assembly, or its members.
The Rhode Island General Assembly Reapportionment and Redistricting records consist of the records of the General Assembly’s Reapportionment Commission (2001) including official maps, transcripts, videocassettes of Commission proceedings and the records of Elmer E. Cornwall (House Parliamentarian (1977-2002) and was the House of Representatives' chief expert on Constitutional Conventions; Reapportionment and Municipal Home Rule Charters.
Records received or reviewed by the General Assembly during sessions engaged. Includes reports, petitons and published reports.
Function: To record information on a Senate Committee pertaining to the enlistment of George E. Smith. Contents: Testimony before a committee of the state sentate investigating the enlistment of George E. Smith into the United States army. Smith was a minor enlisted from a reform school to serve during the Civil War. Included: name of person testifying, name of interrogator, date of testimony, transcript of the conversation between the two parties.
Includes twelve volumes for the years 1900, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908-1909, 1911, 1913, 1921, 1923, 1926, 1928, 1932, 1936, 1940, 1953, 1958, 1968, 1970. Also includes the supplemenet to the 1912 volume but does not contain the 1912 volume itself.
Map of the Island of RI (Aquidneck Island) showing the distribution of British and American troops during the Battle of Rhode Island, August 1778. Hand-drawn and colored. Also 2 negatives from photographs of the map. Photographs and photocopies of the map. Also reproductions of a British map of the same battle.
The General Treasurer accounts consists of nine volumes documenting the expenditures and receipts of the General Treasury. Information usually includes the date of transaction, description of transaction, name of payee or payer, amount of money involved in transaction, totals. Second volume also contains audit committee reports for the years 1732-1812.
The General Treasurer Accounts and Claims Allowed records consists of the claim number, payee, service or goods rendered or claim owed, date of claim, and amount owed.