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Book Review: I, Roger Williams
Anthony Carlino reviews Mary Lee Settle's book, in the Providence Journal-Bulletin, April 22, 2001.
Church History 13: Roger Williams
R. Wresch follows the influence of Williams from Rhode Island to the first amendment to the American Constitution.
Errand in the Wilderness: Roger Williams and "Soul Liberty"
Chapter 5 of "Exemplar of Liberty: Native America and the Evolution of Democracy" by Donald A. Grinde, Jr., and Bruce E. Johansen discusses religious freedom in the Rhode Island colony.
Georgetown University: Roger Williams
Classroom study guide with bibliography, by Raymond F Dolle.
A Key into the Language of America
University of Pennsylvania description of Williams' book about the Narragansetts and their language.
On the Origins of Roger Williams' Notion of Religious Liberty
Quodlibet Online Journal article by Scott David Foutz, with references.
A Plea for Religious Liberty
Excerpts from Roger Williams' important tract, with an introduction.
Pictures of his tombstone in Providence, R.I. with biographical sketch, cemetery information and map, and interactive visitor comments from Find A Grave.
Roger Williams National Memorial
National Park Service site with information for visitors to the Memorial in Providence, Rhode Island.
Roger Williams Resources
The Roger Williams Family Association describes the life and lists the progeny of Williams. Includes a list of biographies and a genealogy.
Roger Williams Statue
Marble by Franklin Simmons in the National Statuary Hall in Washington, D.C. commemorates Williams as a champion of religious freedom.
Sam Behling: Roger Williams
Biography with historical and genealogical references. (1997)
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