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This exhibit features transcriptions of selected pages from the Diary of Joseph Peace Hazard (1807-1892).
Occasional edits have been made for the purpose of clarity.
The Weaver is a bronze high-relief outdoor public sculpture in Peace Dale, Rhode Island, created by Daniel Chester French and mounted in a stone housing designed by architect Henry Bacon. Dedicated in 1920, it is French’s only work in Rhode Island and was commissioned by Caroline Hazard as a memorial to her father and her brothers Rowland and Frederick. Click here to enter the exhibit.