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Image of the George Arnold House located in Warwick, Rhode Island.See also:Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Statewide Preservation Reports, 1975 - 1982

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Image of Gaspee Point located in Warwick, Rhode Island.Pawtuxet Village is one of New England's oldest communities. By 1638, only two years after Roger Williams founded Providence, settlers had established a hamlet around the falls and cove…

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Aerial image of the Division Road site located in Warwick, Rhode Island.See also:Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Statewide Preservation Reports, 1975 - 1982


Image of the Colonel William Rhodes House (bulit 1800) located at 25 Post Road in Warwick, Rhode Island. A typical two-story century chimney Federal house with a beautiful fanlight doorway. Christopher Rhodes received his title of Brigadier General…


Aerial image of Bald Hill Road located in Warwick, Rhode Island.See also:Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Statewide Preservation Reports, 1975 - 1982

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Aerial image of the University of Rhode Island campus located in South Kingstown (Kingston), Rhode Island. In July 1888, the Board of Managers met at the Farm in Kingston for the first time, and in May 1889, engaged John H. Washburn as Principal of…


Image of the Stone Bridge from Fort Barton located in Tiverton, Rhode Island. The Fort Barton Site is an historic American Revolution fort in Tiverton, Rhode Island. The fort was used as a launching position for American forces during the Battle of…


Image of the weighing station at the 16th Annual United States Atlantic Tuna Tournament at Point Judith located in Narragansett, Rhode Island.See also: Report of Commission on Breachway Between Point Judith Pond and the Atlantic Ocean, Made to…


Image of the Narragansett Towers located in Narragansett, Rhode Island. The Towers was an integral element of the great Narragansett Pier Casino, designed by McKim, Mead & White, landscaped by Fredrick Olmstead, and constructed between 1883-1886…


Image of a beach located on Block Island, Rhode Island.See also:Department of Economic Development - Videotapes, Tourism, 1977-1992Development Council photographs, circa 1945-1980The Book of Rhode Island, 1930This is Rhode Island, 1972Block Island…


Image of the Block Island Harbor located on Block Island, Rhode Island.See also:Department of Economic Development - Videotapes, Tourism, 1977-1992Development Council photographs, circa 1945-1980The Book of Rhode Island, 1930This is Rhode Island,…


Image of a soldier standing in front of the Cranston Street Armory located in Providence, Rhode Island.The Cranston Street Armory is a historic building in Providence, Rhode Island. It was built in 1907 at a cost of $650,000.00. The architects were…


Images of the Dexter Training Grounds located in Providence, Rhode Island.Dexter Training Ground, situated in the Eighth ward, on Dexter street, is nearly oblong in shape and contains an area of about nine acres. It was given to the city by Ebenezer…


Images of Village Street located in South Kingstown, Rhode Island.See also:Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Historical and Architectural Resources Preliminary Reports, 1978-1991


Image of the Old Town Pump located in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. See also:Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Historical and Architectural Resources Preliminary Reports, 1978-1991


Image of a beach in Matunuck located in South Kingstown, Rhode Island.See also:Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Historical and Architectural Resources Preliminary Reports, 1978-1991


Image of the Kings County Court House/Kingston Library 1775, 1876 located at 1329 Kingstown Road in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. A large, 24-story structure, with a projecting central tower with a polygonal belfry and roof and a large, pedimented…


Image of a woman using a water pump located in Smithfield, Rhode Island.


Image of Old Fellows Hall located in Scituate, Rhode Island.See also:Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Historical and Architectural Resources Preliminary Reports, 1978-1991

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Various images of the Scituate Reservoir located in Scituate, Rhode Island. The original water works, although owned and controlled by the City of Providence, operated in the capacity of a metropolitan system. In addition to Providence, it served…