Roger Williams Bibliography
Conley, P. T. (1986). Album of Rhode Island history, 1636-1986. Norfolk, Va: Donning Co.
Cronon, W. (2003). Changes in the land Indians, colonists, and the ecology of New England. New York: Hill and Wang.
Davis, J. C. (2008). On Religious Liberty Selections from the Works of Roger Williams (The John Harvard Library). New York: Belknap P.
Deetz, J. (2001). Times of their lives life, love, and death in Plymouth Colony. New York: Anchor Books.
Gaustad, E. S. (1999). Liberty of conscience Roger Williams in America. Valley Forge, Pa: Judson P.
Gaustad, E. S. (2005). Roger Williams (Lives and Legacies). New York: Oxford UP, USA.
Lee., S. M. (2002). I, Roger Williams A Novel. Boston: W. W. Norton & Company.
McLoughlin, W. G. (1986). Rhode Island, a history. New York: W.W. Norton, American Association for State and Local History.
Miller, P. (1984). Errand into the wilderness. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard UP.
Philbrick, N. (2007). Mayflower A Story of Courage, Community, and War. New York: Penguin (Non-Classics).
Ulrich, L. (1991). Good wives image and reality in the lives of women in northern New England, 1650-1750. New York: Vintage Books.
Williams, R. (1997). A Key Into the Language of America. New York: Applewood Books.
Williams, R. (2001). Bloudy tenent of persecution for cause of conscience discussed in a conference between truth and peace, who, in all tender affection, present to the High Court of Parliament, (as the result of their discourse) these, (among other passages) of highest consideration. Macon, Ga: Mercer UP.
Did You Know?
Did you know that Roger Williams was a linguist? Along with speaking six languages, he learned the Narragansett language and wrote the book A Key into the Language of America which is a rare insight into the customs and ways of communicating with in the Native Americans. More...