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Warren (Rhode Island)
by Ruth Marris Macaulay and John Chaney
1997, Arcadia Publishing
From the back cover:
Warren today includes a remarkable number of eighteenth and nineteenth-century homes, wharves, and warehouses, and many of the earlier incarnations of these structures are still recognizable in today's landscape. The view from the steeple of the Methodist church is substantially unchanged from that which appears in a photograph taken in the 1870s, and only the stately elms - since victims to disease - are missing today from nineteenth-century streetscapes. This marvelous new volume communicates the living history of a charming New England seaport town.
Authors Ruth Marris Macaulay, historian, and John Chaney, former president of the Massasoit Historical Association, have studied the history of the town extensively. The two authors gathered the photographs in their work from the collection of the Massasoit Historical Association, and this book makes many of these images accessible to a wide audience for the very first time.
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