Pawtuxet Village Historic Houses
2-4 POST ROAD
, (c1775) Kearsage House, Two-and-a-half story, gable-roofed, built before 1775 and altered during the 19th century. Used as a saloon in the
1800's, with a long porch facing the street.
Historic Houses in Cranston
Historic Houses In Warwick
The following material on
the Historic Houses Cranston and the Historic Houses Warwick has been adapted from a manuscript found in the papers of Hazel Wade Kennedy
in folder entitled "Colonial Ladies Historical Exhibit-1972". Hazel Wade Kennedy was a well known historian of
Pawtuxet Village, a direct descendant of Rhode Island founder Roger Williams, a Charter Member of the Gaspee Days Committee, and its first
organizational historian. The Colonial Ladies was an subgroup of the Gaspee Days Committee that traveled throughout the state of Rhode
Island in the early 1970's dressed in colonial garb and discussing the importance of the Gaspee Affair in the founding of our nation.