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View of the Stone Bridge from Fort Barton

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View of the Stone Bridge from Fort Barton

Subject

Description

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 Rhode Island. The site was named after Lt. Col. William Barton who successfully captured the British General Prescott during a midnight raid on the British headquarters at Prescott Farm on Rhode Island (Aquidneck Island). Fort Barton was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
Source:
Fort Barton Site-From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

See also:
Development Council photographs, circa 1945-1980

The Book of Rhode Island, 1930

This is Rhode Island, 1972

Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Historical and Architectural Resources Preliminary Reports, 1978-1991

Creator

Preston, Howard W.

Source

C#858.

Publisher

Rhode Island State Archives

Rights

Copyright is in the public domain unless otherwise specified. We reserve the right to restrict reproduction of materials due to preservation concerns.

Format

jpeg

Language

eng

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photo

Citation

Preston, Howard W., "View of the Stone Bridge from Fort Barton," in Virtual Exhibits, Item #237, http://www.sos.ri.gov/virtualarchives/items/show/237 (accessed August 20, 2014).