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Image of Windmill Cottage (built 1866) at 144 Division Street in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. Windmill Cottage is a historic house and former windmill at 144 Division Street in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. It was the home of George Washington …


Image of the RI Red Memorial located in Little Compton, R.I. The RI Red Memorial is a bronze relief, depicting a life-size rooster, accompanied by text, and surrounded by a simple molding worked in the bronze. The relief is set into the rough but…


Image of the Cistercian Monastery located in Cumberland, RI. Excerpt from Cumberland Public Library Monastery History: The Cumberland Public Library is situated on the site of the Monastery of Our Lady of the Valley, occupied by the monks of the…


Image of the Artic, West Warwick Business District.Arctic, formerly known as Jericho, is located in the center of West Warwick where most of the town municipal buildings are located. Source: West Warwick, Rhode Island From Wikipedia, the free…


Images of the Goddard House, also known as "Hopelands" on Wampanoag Road in Potowomut, Warwick, Rhode Island. In 1927, the son and daughter of Colonel Robert Hale Ives Goddard gave one of the family estates to be a state park in memory of their…


Image of Goddard Park Beach located in Warwick, Rhode Island. In 1927, the son and daughter of Colonel Robert Hale Ives Goddard gave one of the family estates to be a state park in memory of their father. Colonel Goddard (1837-1916) was the son of…


An image of Easton's Beach located in Newport, Rhode Island, c. 1925.See also:Newport: A Lively Experiment, 1639-1969 by Rockwell Stensrud, 2006Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Statewide Preservation Reports, 1975 - 1982


Image of the original Bradford Soap Works located on Buell Street in Woonsocket, R.I. The Bradford Soap Works was founded in Rhode Island 1876 by James Rogers and William Murgatroyd of Bradford, England. They named their plant Bradford Soap Works.…


Image of a beach located in Westerly, R.I.


Image of Clyde Square located in West Warwick, R.I.


Image of the 3rd RI Volunteer Memorial located in Warwick, R.I.


Image of "A Street Scene in Old Part of Warren", c. 1920.

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Image of General Marquis de Lafayette headquarters located in Tiverton, R.I. During the American Revolution the British held Aquidneck Island and Tiverton became an asylum for Americans fleeing the British oppression. The famous French General,…


Image of a beach in South Kingstown, R.I., c. 1925.See also: Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Statewide Preservation Reports, 1975 - 1982 Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission: Historical and Architectural Resources…


Image of the “14 Miles to Providence”, Peleg Arnold's 1774 milestone on old Great Road in Union Village across from the Friends Meetinghouse located in Smithfield, R.I.


Image of the dam at the Scituate Reservoir located in Scituate, R.I., c. 1925.Beginning in 1636, when Roger Williams founded Providence on the east bank of the Providence River, the only drinking water available was derived from private wells. In…


Image of "The oldest house in Shannock," located in Richmond, R.I., c. 1930. Formerly used as a grist mill and home of Mr. J. B. Blanchard.


Image of the Bristol Ferry leaving Portsmouth, R.I., c. 1925.


Image of Blackstone Valley Gas located in Pawtucket, RI, c. 1925-1930.


Image of Wickford Village located in North Kingstown, c. 1925-1930.Laid out as a port town in the first decade of the eighteenth century by Lodowick Updike, Wickford grew slowly during the early eighteenth century. By the time of the Revolution there…