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Charles Hoffmann,Tess Hoffmann
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University of Georgia Press (September 1, 2009)
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Over the next fifty years, Arnold led two distinct, if never entirely separate lives, bu In 1823, Richard James Arnold, descendant of a Quaker family involved in the movement to abolish slavery in Rhode Island, married Louisa Gindrat of Bryan County, Georgia, and acquired a plantation called White Hall-thirteen hundred acres of rice and cotton land and sixty-eight slaves.

Charles Hoffmann (Author) CHARLES HOFFMANN was a professor emeritus of English at the University of Rhode Island

Charles Hoffmann (Author) CHARLES HOFFMANN was a professor emeritus of English at the University of Rhode Island. He is the author of individual books on the novelists Ford Madox Ford, Henry James and Joyce Cary, and coauthor, with Tess Hoffmann, of Brotherly Love: Murder and the Politics of Prejudice in Nineteenth-Century Rhode Island. Tess Hoffmann (Author) TESS HOFFMANN was a professor emerita of English at Rhode Island College. She is coauthor, with Charles Hoffmann, of Brotherly Love: Murder and the Politics of Prejudice in Nineteenth-Century Rhode Island

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Hoffman, Charles and Tess. Historic and Architectural Resources of Tiverton, Rhode Island: A Preliminary Report. Historic and Architectural Resources of West Warwick, Rhode Island: A Preliminary Report.

the two lives of Richard James Arnold. by Charles G. Hoffmann. Published 1988 by University of Georgia Press in Athens. Biography, Businesspeople, Diaries, History, Plantation life, Slaveholders. Richard James Arnold (1796-1873). Bryan County, Bryan County (G., Georgia, Rhode Island.

Remodeling of House for Richard James Arnold, 124 S. Main S. Providence, RI (1848) – This house was once the Sabin Tavern . Page 112, North by South: The Two Lives of Richard James Arnold (Charles Hoffmann and Tess Hoffmann, 1988). Providence, RI (1848) – This house was once the Sabin Tavern, where the Gaspée Affair was planned Union High and Grammar School, 60 High School S. Woonsocket, RI (1848–49) – Burned in 1875. Richardson, Erastus. History of Woonsocket.

Page 112, North by South: The Two Lives of Richard James Arnold (Charles Hoffmann and Tess Hoffmann, 1988). Page 147, The Providence Plantations for 250 Years (Welcome Arnold Greene, 1886). Page 243, Providence: A Citywide Survey of Historic Resources (Wm. McKenzie Woodward, 1986). Providence, RI (1848) – This house was once the .

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In 1823, Richard James Arnold, descendant of a Quaker family involved in the movement to abolish slavery in Rhode Island, married Louisa Gindrat of Bryan County, Georgia, and acquired a plantation called White Hall―thirteen hundred acres of rice and cotton land and sixty-eight slaves. Over the next fifty years, Arnold led two distinct, if never entirely separate lives, building through successive Georgia winters a profitable southern "paradise" rooted in human bondage, then returning each spring to his business interests and extended family in Rhode Island.

Organized around a surviving plantation journal kept during two winters and one spring, North by South encompasses Arnold's career as a rice and cotton planter as it uncovers the increasingly difficult social and moral disguises that enabled him to move freely through two worlds.