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Warren, Rhode Island One Place Study

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Wikipedia

Wikipedia

  • Warren was ceded to Rhode Island from Massachusetts in 1747
  • In the mid-18th century, the town was well known as a whaling port, and ship building became an important industry.

Census

  • 2000, 11,360 people
  • 2010 population 10,611

FamilySearch

FamilySearch

History

Settlement

  • Permanent English settlement began east of the Indian village starting in 1653. Massasoit and his oldest son Wamsutta sold to Plymouth Colony settlers including what is now Warren

National Register of Historic Places

Recreation

  • East Bay Bike Path The East Bay Bike Path is a 14.5-mile (23.3 km) paved rail trail in Rhode Island.

Cemeteries

Religious

  • Saint Alexander Cemetery Also known as Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Warren #8
  • Saint John the Baptist Cemetery Also known as Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Warren #9, Saint Jean Baptiste Cemetery
  • Saint Mary of the Bay Cemetery Also known as Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Warren #10

Town

  • North Burial Ground Also known as Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Warren #1
  • Kickemuit Cemetery Also known as Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Warren #3
  • South Burial Ground Also known as Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Warren #11




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