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Screen Print
June 25 1844

Copy of a speech by Governor Dorr arguing why he should not be sentenced. The speech is printed in black ink on white silk.

Screen Print
circa 1844

A piece of plain weave pink silk printed with a speech given by Rhode Island Governor Thomas W. Dorr, 1844. Print is titled: "SPEECH/OF/GOV. DORR/In answer to the question by the Court, why Sen-/te...

'Speech of Governor Dorr in answer to the question to the court, why sentence should not be pronounced against him', dated Tuesday, June 25th, 1844. Printed in black on white silk. Printer is hard ...

March 21 1842

A letter written by Thomas Dorr in Providence to Dutee Pearce in Newport at the time of the Dorr Rebellion. Dorr refers to a statewide vote to accept or reject "..the Tory Constitution"; he details...

A political broadside printed around the time of the Dorr Rebellion (1841-1842). Broadside is titled "The Four Traitors"; four caricatures depicting Charles Jackson of Providence, Samuel F. Man of ...

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