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LETTER FROM SCOTT AVEDISIAN, COUNCILMAN - WARD I, WARWICK

Spring, 1991 Dear Friends: It has been a busy few months since I was sworn in as the new councilman in Ward 1, Warwick. During this time, a number of issues have developed that directly have an impact on Pawtuxet. One of my first votes was in ... more

Summer 1991, vol 17 num 2, Page 3

 


WORK UNDERWAY AT THE JOHN WATERMAN ARNOLD HOUSE
Warwick Historical Society Receives Grants

The John Waterman Arnold House, headquarters of the Warwick Historical Society on Roger Williams Avenue (surrounded by the Pawtuxet Memorial Park on Harrison Avenue, which is off of Fair Street), is undergoing restoration work, thanks to generous ... more

Spring 2005, vol 31 num 1, Page 16

 


TWO ACCOUNTS OF 19TH CENTURY LIFE
The Warwick Poor Farm

Commentary by Donald W. Wyatt, Warwick Beacon, Dec. 6, 1992, with statistical notes by Henry A. L. Brown To be poor in the 19th century was to be an outcast. Society had little time or patience for those unable to earn a living and relegated them to... more

Spring 2018, vol 44 num 2, Page 10

 


NEWS FROM THE WARWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY

At a recent meeting of the Warwick Historical Society (WHS) held at the Warwick Public Library, the following officers were elected: President, Maureen Callahan; vice president, Henry A. L. Brown; secretary/membership, Donna Ramos and Ann Brown wa... more

Fall 2005, vol 31 num 2, Page 16

 


POST-CIVIL WAR POLLUTION OF THE PAWTUXET RIVER

For six thousand years, Native Americans resided on the Pawtuxet River a s it wound down from its inland sources. In his pioneering study A Key Into the Language of America Roger Williams d e scribed a highly developed and complex society. Prio... more

Spring/Summer 2009, vol 35 num 1, Page 7

 


FINALLY- WARWICK HISTORIC DISTRICT ZONING!

On July 26, 1989, Mayor Flaherty signed into law an ordinance making the Warwick section of Pawtuxet an Historic District. Previously the city had 10 sites designated historic, including Gas pee Point, eight single structures, and the Warwick Muni... more

Summer 2004, Page 7

 


CRANSTON AND WARWICK NEWS
A Salute to an Unsung Hero

Stillhouse Cove marsh restoration is complete, work on the Pawtuxet Village Traffic Calming project is imminent, and the The contractor has been chosen by the cities of Cranston and Warwick on the long-awaited Pawtuxet Village Traffic Calming Pawt... more

Spring 2005, vol 31 num 1, Page 12

 


NEWS FROM THE WARWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY

At a recent meeting of the Warwick Historical Society (WHS) held at the Warwick Public Library, the following officers were elected: President, Maureen Callahan; vice president, Henry A. L. Brown; secretary/membership, Donna Ramos and Ann Brown wa... more

Spring 2005, vol 31 num 1, Page 16

 


EARLY TIMES IN WARWICK DOWNS
Rosetta Desrosiers

Early Times in Warwick Downs Rosetta Desrosiers On my first morning there I looked out the window and saw quite a few blond children playing nearby. "Hey, Mom, look at all the Polish kids!" I exclaimed. (Our former neighborhood was predominantl... more

Autumn 1998, vol 22 num 2, Page 6

 


FINALLY! WARWICK HISTORIC DISTRICT ZONING

On July 26, 1989, Mayor Aaheny signed into law an ordinance making the Warwick section of Pawtuxet (see map) an Historic District. Previously the city had 10 sites designated historic, including Gaspee Point, 8 single structures, and the Warwick... more

Fall 1989, vol 15 num 3, Page 1

 


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Woodcut of the Pawtuxet River Bridge in the Village of Pawtuxet, Rhode Island.
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