“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Warren, Rhode Island

Clickable Map of Bristol County, Rhode Island and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Bristol County, RI (5) Kent County, RI (15) Newport County, RI (111) Providence County, RI (161) Bristol County, MA (143)  BristolCounty(5) Bristol County (5)  KentCounty(15) Kent County (15)  NewportCounty(111) Newport County (111)  ProvidenceCounty(161) Providence County (161)  BristolCountyMassachusetts(143) Bristol County (143)
Warren is in Bristol County
      Bristol County (5)  
      Kent County (15)  
      Newport County (111)  
      Providence County (161)  
      Bristol County, Massachusetts (143)  
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1Rhode Island (Bristol County), Warren — Burr's HillRoyal Pokanoket Burial Site — Sowams Heritage Area —
The Sowams Heritage Area includes Barrington, Bristol, East Providence, Providence, and Warren RI, and Rehoboth, Seekonk and Swansea, MA. Sowams means "Southern Area” and was the historic home of the Pokanokets (later described as . . . Map (db m155910) HM
2Rhode Island (Bristol County), Warren — 3 — The Middle PassageWarren Historic Site
Rhode Island was the center of the American transatlantic slave trade, accounting for the majority of American slave voyages from 1700 until 1808. More than 110,000 Africans were forcibly taken from their homeland on Rhode Island ships and . . . Map (db m150887) HM
3Rhode Island (Bristol County), Warren — Vietnam Memorial
In memory of those from Warren killed in action in Vietnam. PFC Lester M DeRiso • Capt Edward C. Krawczyk • Sgt Ronald J. Wilkinson • Cpl Richard C. Brule. Service-Sacrifice-HonorMap (db m66343) WM
4Rhode Island (Bristol County), Warren — Washington St.
Washington St. so called since 1835. In colonial days, known as Ferry Lane; later, as King St. On the corner opposite stood Burr’s Tavern, which in Revolutionary times played host to Washington; Jefferson, De Lafayette, De Castellux, Putnam and . . . Map (db m66344) HM
Nov. 28, 2021