West Warwick

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By 1912, the citizens of the western portion of Warwick had been talking about secession. They possessed all the mills on the Pawtuxet River and were largely democratic, while the eastern section was primarily republican. Finally in 1913, the town of West Warwick was incorporated and became the youngest town in the state of Rhode Island. West Warwick still maintains that status today as it celebrates its centennial in 2013. The town of nine villages—Arctic, Centreville, Clyde, Crompton, Lippitt, Natick, Phenix, River Point, and Wescott—has grown to be the 10th largest out of 39 cities and towns in Rhode Island. It is mainly located in the Valley of the Pawtuxet.
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ISBN: 9780738575209
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
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State: Rhode Island
Series: Images of America
Images: 219
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Author
Raymond A. Wolf is a Scituate native who resides in the village of Hope, just outside of West Warwick. He is a member of the Pawtuxet Valley Preservation and Historical Society (PVPHS), Hope Historical Society, Scituate Preservation Society, and Rhode Island Historical Society. Through extensive research at the PVPHS archives, as well as private collections, he has compiled volumes of information on West Warwick's nine villages.
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