Thomas Wilson Dorr has been mentioned or cited less than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Online Review of Rhode Island History' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Thomas Wilson Dorr was highly popular in April, 2016.
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[...] Rhode Island State Capitol (left side of steps) Roger Williams, Prospect Park, Providence Thomas Wilson Dorr, outside entrance to State Senate William Ellery Channing, Boston Public Garden Oliver [...]
[...] impact on Rhode Island, Gilbert Stuart, among others, would not be on the list, while Thomas Wilson Dorr would probably be ranked second, and Dr. John Clarke, Theodore Francis Green, Woonsocket’s [...]
[...] impact on Rhode Island, Gilbert Stuart, among others, would not be on the list, while Thomas Wilson Dorr would probably be ranked second, and Dr. John Clarke, Theodore Francis Green and Woonsocket’ [...]
[...] collection is devoted to the correspondence of the prominent nineteenth century reformer Thomas Wilson Dorr (1805-1854) and the rebellion he led against the Rhode Island state government in 1842. The [...]
[...] over, my eyes stared in disbelief at what I immediately recognized as the handwriting of Thomas Wilson Dorr, Rhode Island’s great nineteenth-century crusader for equal rights. I had just published ( [...]
[...] religion. Suddenly, Rhode Island had become the least democratic state in the Union. Thomas Wilson Dorr, a scion of an east side Providence family, took over leadership of a reform movement and [...]