The plight of American prisoners held by the British in New York City during the Revolutionary War has been the topic over the years of several in-depth books and articles. In this issue of the journal, Christian McBurney provides the first extended study of the British treatment of prisoners on prison ships and in jails during the Newport occupation. This issue concludes with a spread of period photographs of the interior and grounds of the Edward King House, the largest and most lavish mansion in Newport before the Civil War. These photographs for the most part still hang on the walls of the house, which has been used since 1969 as the Senior Center for the city of Newport.
Yarnall, James L.
Newport History: Vol. 79:
263, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.salve.edu/newporthistory/vol79/iss263/1