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A Brief History of the Town of Richmond
Indian Spring Pond
Small Pox Corners
Documents Acquired from the Town of Richmond (2015)
Sample of our collections.
The Marcus Whitford Collection
Can you help??????
A Witch in Richmond?
Camp Wah Kanda
Can you identify anyone in this photo?
Community Activities during 1864-1865
The wall to nowhere?
Why is ????? street named ???????
Small Pox Trail
Valley Lodge Estates
Cemeteries: A constant labor of………
“Protecting Our Past”: Rhode Island Monthly(March 2015)
Clark Cemetery Ceremony
Discovery 2015: Richmond Historical Cemetery #92
Discovery 2017: Richmond Cemetery #93
Flags for Veteran’s Graves and Cemetery Hikes
Who are E.J. and M.J.?
Williams Cemetery: Richmond Cemetery #22
Ancestors of Martha Barber
Names from Deeds 1807-1962 & Wills and Probate 1826-1959
Persons of Interest
Daniel R. James
Dr. Edwin Anthony
From the militia until ?????
George P. Clark
John R. Oppy
The Rawlings Family
Volunteers in the Community
Flag Day at the Bell School
Visitors to the Schoolhouse
What will happen to the school house (1938)?
Town Clerk’s Office
What is Richmond?
Washington County Fair (Washington County Pomona Grange)
Railroads in the Valley
Historical Anecdotes, Place Names, and Speculation
Murder, Moonshine, and Mayhem
The Cold War and Other Hazards
Richmond: A Town of Many Villages
Alton Volunteer Fire Department
A brief history of the American Fish Culture Company 1877-1997
Businesses in Wyoming
Canob Park and the Tainted Wells
Alternative Teaching Methods
District #11 – Plainville
School District #15 – Kenyon
School District #16 – Upper Hope Valley
Wood River Woolen Mill
School District #8 – Teffts Hill
The off-beat and unusual
Old Stone Dam Article
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