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Moosup River Site (RI-1153)

The Moosup River Site is an archaeological site in Coventry, Rhode Island. The site is located on a bluff overlooking the Moosup River in western Coventry, not far from the Connecticut state line. The site was identified and excavated in 1985, yi ...

                                               

Rhode Island Route 3

Route 3 is a 30.1-mile-long state highway in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. Route 3 serves as a local alternative to Interstate 95 as it parallels I-95 for almost its entire length. Route 3 in West Warwick was the site of The Station nightclub fire.

                                               

Rhode Island Route 116

Route 116 is a state highway running 25.1 miles in Providence County, Rhode Island. Its southern terminus is at Route 33 and Route 117 in Coventry, and its northern terminus is at Route 114 in Cumberland.

                                               

Rice City Historic District

The Rice City Historic District is a historic district in Coventry, Rhode Island. It encompasses the 19th-century village of Rice City, extending along Plainfield Pike for several miles between Sisson Road and Gibson Hill Road in the northwestern ...

                                               

South Branch Pawtuxet River

The South Branch Pawtuxet River is a river in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. It flows approximately 9.8 miles. There are 11 dams along the rivers length.

                                               

South Main Street Historic District (Coventry, Rhode Island)

The South Main Street Historic District is a historic district in Coventry, Rhode Island. It extends along South Main Street from its crossing of the South Branch of the Pawtuxet River in the north, to just below Wood Street in the south, and inc ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in Coventry, Rhode Island

                                               

Ashton Historic District (Cumberland, Rhode Island)

The Ashton Historic District is a historic district in Cumberland, Rhode Island. The district consists of a mill and an adjacent mill village that was built for the workers of the mill. It lies between Mendon Road, Scott Road, Angell Road, Store ...

                                               

Miscoe Lake

Miscoe Lake is a reservoir in Cumberland, Providence County, Rhode Island. It is about 0.8 miles long and the northern tip of the lake lies in Wrentham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. At normal levels it has a surface area of 49 acres. It has als ...

                                               

Rhode Island Route 120

Route 120 is a numbered state highway running 4.2 miles in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. It runs along the Nate Whipple Highway for its entire length. Its western terminus is at Route 122 in Cumberland and the eastern terminus is at the Massach ...

                                               

Route 121 (Rhode Island–Massachusetts)

Route 121 is a numbered state highway running 1.0 mile in Rhode Island and 4.4 miles in Massachusetts. It is part of the route connecting the city of Woonsocket with the town of Wrentham.

                                               

Sassafras Site, RI-55

The Sassafras Site, designated RI-55, is a prehistoric archaeological site in Albion, a village of Lincoln, Rhode Island. The site was discovered by archaeologists while surveying an area for a potential replacement for the Albion Street bridge, ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in Cumberland, Rhode Island

                                               

Frys Hamlet Historic District

Frys Hamlet Historic District is a historic district at 2068, 2153, 2196, and 2233 South County Trail in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. The district encompasses about 272 acres of a predominantly rural and agricultural landscape. The central chara ...

                                               

Rhode Island Route 402

Route 402 is a numbered state highway running 1.2 miles in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. Route 402 is a major corridor through both East Greenwich and North Kingstown, and often locally referred to as Frenchtown Road.

                                               

Rhode Island Route 403

Route 403, also known as the Quonset Freeway, is a numbered state highway located in Washington County and Kent County, Rhode Island, United States. The route is a nominally east–west limited-access freeway for its entire length. A spur of Rhode ...

                                               

Tillinghast Road Historic District

Tillinghast Road Historic District is a historic district encompassing a rural landscape in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. Extending along Tillinghast Road, a winding two-lane road, southward from its junction with Frenchtown Road, it includes sev ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in East Greenwich, Rhode Island

                                               

Beaver River (Rhode Island)

The Beaver River is a river in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. It flows approximately 11.0 miles. There are three dams along the rivers length. The river is also famous locally for its trout fishing in the spring.

                                               

Congdon River

The Congdon River is a river in the U.S. state of Rhode Island, in the Big River State Management Area and immediately south. It flows approximately 3 km. There are three dams along the rivers length: at Rathbon Pond, Money Swamp Pond, and at Mil ...

                                               

Fisherville Historic and Archeological District

The Fisherville Historic and Archeological District is a historic site in Exeter, Rhode Island. It is centered on Fisherville Brook in northeastern Exeter, around a mill complex that flourished in the mid-19th century. It includes the foundationa ...

                                               

Hallville Historic and Archeological District

Hallville Historic and Archaeological District is a historic district in Exeter, Rhode Island. The historic district contains the remains of 19th-century textile mills and associated structures. The only standing structure in the district is a la ...

                                               

Lawtons Mill

Lawtons Mill is a historic mill located on Ten Rod Road in Exeter, Rhode Island. The mill property includes an 18th-century house, an early 19th-century wood-frame mill building, and a 19th-century barn with early 20th-century additions. Also sur ...

                                               

Parris Brook Historic and Archeological District

Parris Brook Historic and Archeological District is a historic district in Exeter, Rhode Island. The area includes remains of 18th- and 19th-century mill complexes, as well as prehistoric Native American rock shelters. It is mostly located in the ...

                                               

Sodom Mill Historic and Archeological District

Sodom Mill Historic and Archeological District is a historic district in Exeter, Rhode Island. It includes the foundational remnants of a small early-19th century mill complex, including a dam and raceway, as well as the ruins of several 19th-cen ...

                                               

Borders Farm

The Borders Farm is a historic farm district at 31-38 North Road in Foster, Rhode Island. It includes two adjacent farms, covering nearly 200 acres of land. The George Phillips Farm, located at 31 North Road, includes an 18th-century house and se ...

                                               

Breezy Hill Site (RI-957)

The Breezy Hill Site is a prehistoric archaeological site in Foster, Rhode Island. Finds at the site have been dated to 500-1000 AD, and included dentate stamped pottery fragments. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in ...

                                               

Clayville Historic District

Clayville Historic District is an 81-acre historic district in Foster and Scituate, Rhode Island. The district encompasses the heart of the village of Clayville, a small 19th-century mill village. It is centered on the junction of Plainfield Pike ...

                                               

Hopkins Mill Historic District

The Hopkins Mill District is a historic district in Foster, Rhode Island. It encompasses a historic mill village that extends along Old Danielson Pike between its two junctions with Danielson Pike. The area has been the site of mills since the 18 ...

                                               

Moosup Valley Historic District

The Moosup Valley Historic District is a rural, agricultural historic district in western Foster, Rhode Island. The focal center of the area is a small village where Moosup Valley Road crosses the Moosup River, and where the Moosup Valley Christi ...

                                               

Rhode Island Route 94

Route 94 is a numbered state highway running 12.7 miles in Rhode Island. Route 94s southern terminus is at Route 14 and Route 102 in Foster and the northern terminus is at U.S. Route 44 in Chepachet.

                                               

Cherry Valley Archeological Site, RI-279

Cherry Valley Archeological Site, RI-279 is an archaeological site in Glocester, Rhode Island The site contains various archaeological evidence from the pre-historic era. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in Glocester, Rhode Island

                                               

Hazard Farmstead (Joyner Site RI-706)

The Hazard Farmstead is a historic archaeological site in Jamestown, Rhode Island. It is the location of a major American Indian settlement whose artifacts have been dated from 2.500 BC to 1.000 AD. It appeared to be occupied seasonally from late ...

                                               

Jamestown Archeological District

The Jamestown Archeological District is an expansive archaeological district which is the site of a major prehistoric Native American settlement in Jamestown, Rhode Island. The full extent of archaeologically-sensitive areas has not been fully id ...

                                               

Old Friends Archeological Site

Old Friends Archeological Site is an archaeological historical site in Jamestown, Rhode Island. The site was added in 1995 to the National Register of Historic Places.

                                               

Thomas Carr Farmstead Site (Keeler Site RI-707)

The Thomas Carr Farmstead Site is a historic archaeological site in Jamestown, Rhode Island. Located in the vicinity of Tashtassuc Road and Eldred Avenue, the site was the farmstead for the locally prominent Carr family from the late 18th century ...

                                               

Windmill Hill Historic District

The Windmill Hill Historic District is a historic district encompassing a large rural landscape in Jamestown, Rhode Island. It is bounded on the north by Eldred Avenue, on the east by East Shore Road, on the south by Great Creek, and on the west ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in Jamestown, Rhode Island

                                               

Brown Avenue Historic District

The Brown Avenue Historic District is a rural historic district in Johnston, Rhode Island, USA. The district encompasses a rural and agricultural landscape centered on a 1-mile stretch in the midsection of Brown Avenue, which runs between Hartfor ...

                                               

Greystone Historic District

The Greystone Historic District is a historic district encompassing the early 20th-century mill village of Greystone in North Providence, Rhode Island. The district most significant elements is the Greystone Mill, a complex of brick industrial bu ...

                                               

National Register of Historic Places listings in Johnston, Rhode Island

                                               

Buildings and structures in Johnston, Rhode Island

                                               

Great Road Historic District

The Great Road Historic District is a historic district in Lincoln, Rhode Island, commemorating a portion of Rhode Islands oldest highway, dating back to 1683. Great Road served as the main connection between Providence, Hartford and Worcester du ...

                                               

Old Ashton Historic District

The Old Ashton Historic District is a historic district encompassing an early 18th-century industrial area along Lower River Road in Lincoln, Rhode Island. It includes the site of the first textile mill in Lincoln, which was established in 1810–1 ...

                                               

Saylesville, Rhode Island

The area was settled as a farming community in the 17th century. The historic Eleazer Arnold House built 1693 is located near the village. The Saylesville Meeting House built 1704 is one of the oldest surviving Quaker Society of Friends meeting h ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in Lincoln, Rhode Island

                                               

Quicksand Pond

Quicksand Pond is a pond in Little Compton, Rhode Island. It is a major winter flounder spawning area, has Rare Species Habitat and Significant Natural Communities designation, and is part of a proposed natural greenway corridor. Quicksand Pond i ...

                                               

Rhode Island Route 77

Route 77 is a state highway in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. It runs approximately 14 miles from Rhode Island Road in Little Compton to Route 24 in Tiverton.

                                               

Rhode Island Route 81

Route 81 is a numbered state highway running 8.0 miles in Rhode Island. Route 81s southern terminus is at Rhode Island Route 179 in Little Compton and the northern terminus is a continuation as Massachusetts Route 81 near Fall River, Massachusetts.

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