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Public Lecture on Portsmouth One Hundred Years Ago by Town Historian Jim Garman
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, 149 years ago today
Help us celebrate Portsmouth's 375th anniversary in 2013!
There are many great stories about Glen Farm. Have you heard the one about the cow whose court case went all the way to the Supreme Court?
The town Glen lands are more than just our community playground. They reflect our town history and should be our legacy to future residents.
Portsmouth Grove switched from hosting tourists to caring for patients with the coming of the Civil War.
The Musselbed Shoal Light was lost to ice and storms, but the Hog Island Shoal Light still exists today.
In the hay day of American railroads, Aquidneck Island was connected to the mainland with a railway bridge between Tiverton and Portsmouth.
Bridges across the Sakonnet have had a history of being difficult to maintain. The old Stone Bridge was destroyed and rebuilt many times before our current Sakonnet River Bridge was built.
When the Mt. Hope Bridge opened in 1929, parades from Bristol and Portsmouth met at the center of the span. Actors portraying John Clarke and Roger Williams met and unfurled flags.
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