National Register of Historic Places listings in Newport County, Rhode Island


This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Newport County, Rhode Island.

Location of Newport County in Rhode Island

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Newport County, Rhode Island, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.[1]

There are 123 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 24 National Historic Landmarks.


          This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted June 24, 2022.[2]

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Current listingsEdit

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Army and Navy YMCA December 29, 1988
(#88003073)
50 Washington Sq.
41°29′26″N 71°18′51″W / 41.490556°N 71.314167°W / 41.490556; -71.314167 (Army and Navy YMCA)
Newport
2 Artillery Park March 7, 1973
(#73000054)
North Rd. and Narragansett Ave.
41°29′47″N 71°22′29″W / 41.496389°N 71.374722°W / 41.496389; -71.374722 (Artillery Park)
Jamestown
3 Bailey Farm June 4, 1984
(#84001887)
373 Wyatt Rd.
41°31′14″N 71°16′09″W / 41.520556°N 71.269167°W / 41.520556; -71.269167 (Bailey Farm)
Middletown
4 Charles H. Baldwin House May 6, 1971
(#71000018)
Bellevue Ave., opposite Perry St.
41°28′44″N 71°18′31″W / 41.478889°N 71.308611°W / 41.478889; -71.308611 (Charles H. Baldwin House)
Newport
5 Benjamin Barker House October 31, 1980
(#80000081)
1229 Main Rd.
41°38′30″N 71°12′19″W / 41.641667°N 71.205278°W / 41.641667; -71.205278 (Benjamin Barker House)
Tiverton Destroyed by fire in 1981.[6]
6 Battle of Rhode Island Site May 30, 1974
(#74002054)
Lehigh Hill and both sides of RI 24 between Medley and Dexter Sts.
41°36′12″N 71°15′31″W / 41.603333°N 71.258611°W / 41.603333; -71.258611 (Battle of Rhode Island Site)
Portsmouth Successful defense against British in 1778. Only Revolutionary War battle in which a segregated African-American unit fought (support logistics, 2 killed).
7 Beavertail Light December 12, 1977
(#77000024)
Beavertail Rd.
41°26′58″N 71°23′59″W / 41.449444°N 71.399722°W / 41.449444; -71.399722 (Beavertail Light)
Jamestown Continuously operating gateway to Narragansett Bay since 1749; part of the Lighthouses of Rhode Island Thematic Resource (TR)
8 Isaac Bell House January 13, 1972
(#72000022)
70 Perry St.
41°28′46″N 71°18′35″W / 41.479444°N 71.309722°W / 41.479444; -71.309722 (Isaac Bell House)
Newport First major Shingle-style house
9 Bellevue Avenue Historic District December 8, 1972
(#72000023)
Roughly bounded Atlantic Ocean, Easton Bay, Coggeshall Ave., Spring St., and Memorial Blvd.
41°28′23″N 71°18′28″W / 41.473056°N 71.307778°W / 41.473056; -71.307778 (Bellevue Avenue Historic District)
Newport Home to summer mansions and houses built by wealthy vacationers in Newport in late 19th and early 20th centuries
10 Bellevue Avenue/Casino Historic District December 8, 1972
(#72000024)
170-230 Bellvue Avenue
41°28′57″N 71°18′28″W / 41.4825°N 71.307778°W / 41.4825; -71.307778 (Bellevue Avenue/Casino Historic District)
Newport
11 The Bird's Nest June 7, 1982
(#82000130)
526 Broadway at One Mile Corner
41°30′21″N 71°18′09″W / 41.505833°N 71.3025°W / 41.505833; -71.3025 (The Bird's Nest)
Newport
12 Borden Farm June 5, 2007
(#07000528)
2951 and 2967 E. Main Rd.
41°36′32″N 71°14′45″W / 41.608889°N 71.245833°W / 41.608889; -71.245833 (Borden Farm)
Portsmouth
13 Bourne Mill December 22, 2006
(#06001189)
844 State Ave.
41°40′12″N 71°10′41″W / 41.67°N 71.178056°W / 41.67; -71.178056 (Bourne Mill)
Tiverton Often grouped with the mills of nearby Fall River, Mass., but entirely within Rhode Island
14 Boyd's Windmill January 26, 2001
(#01000018)
Prospect Ave.
41°30′03″N 71°16′09″W / 41.500833°N 71.269167°W / 41.500833; -71.269167 (Boyd's Windmill)
Middletown
15 The Breakers September 10, 1971
(#71000019)
Ochre Point Ave.
41°28′11″N 71°17′56″W / 41.469722°N 71.298889°W / 41.469722; -71.298889 (The Breakers)
Newport Advanced and costly mansion built by Cornelius Vanderbilt II in 1895. Considered the city's premier mansion then and now.
16 Brick Market October 15, 1966
(#66000019)
Thames St. & Washington Sq.
41°29′23″N 71°18′58″W / 41.489722°N 71.316111°W / 41.489722; -71.316111 (Brick Market)
Newport Sophisticated late Georgian building with many classical elements. Now used as Museum of Newport History
17 Thomas Carr Farmstead Site (Keeler Site RI-707) November 1, 1984
(#84000356)
Address Restricted
Jamestown
18 Castle Hill Lighthouse March 30, 1988
(#88000277)
Off Ocean Ave. on Castle Hill at the western end of Newport Neck
41°27′43″N 71°21′48″W / 41.461944°N 71.363333°W / 41.461944; -71.363333 (Castle Hill Lighthouse)
Newport 1890 lighthouse still in active use; part of the Lighthouses of Rhode Island TR
19 Chateau-sur-Mer November 8, 1968
(#68000002)
424 Bellevue Ave.
41°28′10″N 71°18′20″W / 41.469444°N 71.305556°W / 41.469444; -71.305556 (Chateau-sur-Mer)
Newport Considered the first of the great Newport mansions.
20 Clambake Club of Newport November 7, 1995
(#95001267)
353 Tuckerman Ave.
41°28′47″N 71°16′32″W / 41.479722°N 71.275556°W / 41.479722; -71.275556 (Clambake Club of Newport)
Middletown
21 Clarke Street Meeting House January 25, 1971
(#71000020)
Clarke St.
41°29′22″N 71°18′51″W / 41.489444°N 71.314167°W / 41.489444; -71.314167 (Clarke Street Meeting House)
Newport
22 Commandant's Residence, Quarters Number One, Fort Adams May 8, 1974
(#74000043)
Harrison Ave., Fort Adams
41°28′17″N 71°20′33″W / 41.471389°N 71.3425°W / 41.471389; -71.3425 (Commandant's Residence, Quarters Number One, Fort Adams)
Newport
23 Common Burying Ground and Island Cemetery May 1, 1974
(#74000044)
Farwell and Warner Sts.
41°29′50″N 71°18′55″W / 41.497222°N 71.315278°W / 41.497222; -71.315278 (Common Burying Ground and Island Cemetery)
Newport
24 Conanicut Battery July 2, 1973
(#73000055)
West of Beaver Tail Rd.
41°28′49″N 71°23′38″W / 41.480278°N 71.393889°W / 41.480278; -71.393889 (Conanicut Battery)
Jamestown
25 Conanicut Island Lighthouse February 25, 1988
(#87001698)
64 N. Bay View Ave.
41°34′24″N 71°22′21″W / 41.573333°N 71.3725°W / 41.573333; -71.3725 (Conanicut Island Lighthouse)
Jamestown part of the Lighthouses of Rhode Island TR
26 Cook–Bateman Farm October 11, 1979
(#79003775)
Fogland, Puncatest Neck (Neck), and Pond Bridge Rds.
41°33′23″N 71°12′07″W / 41.5564°N 71.202°W / 41.5564; -71.202 (Cook–Bateman Farm)
Tiverton
27 CORONET (Wooden Hull Schooner Yacht) June 3, 2004
(#04000571)
449 Thames
41°28′54″N 71°19′00″W / 41.481667°N 71.316667°W / 41.481667; -71.316667 (CORONET (Wooden Hull Schooner Yacht))
Newport
28 Dr. Charles Cotton House January 13, 1972
(#72000026)
5 Cotton's Court
41°29′18″N 71°18′53″W / 41.488333°N 71.314722°W / 41.488333; -71.314722 (Dr. Charles Cotton House)
Newport
29 William King Covell III May 31, 1972
(#72000027)
72 Washington St.
41°29′39″N 71°19′19″W / 41.494167°N 71.321944°W / 41.494167; -71.321944 (William King Covell III)
Newport
30 Dutch Island Lighthouse February 25, 1988
(#87001701)
Southern end of Dutch Island
41°29′44″N 71°24′16″W / 41.495556°N 71.404444°W / 41.495556; -71.404444 (Dutch Island Lighthouse)
Jamestown part of the Lighthouses of Rhode Island TR
31 The Elms September 10, 1971
(#71000021)
Bellevue Ave.
41°28′38″N 71°18′38″W / 41.477222°N 71.310556°W / 41.477222; -71.310556 (The Elms)
Newport One of the last and most modern of the great Newport mansions
32 Emmanuel Church May 16, 1996
(#96000574)
42 Dearborn St.
41°28′47″N 71°18′47″W / 41.479722°N 71.313056°W / 41.479722; -71.313056 (Emmanuel Church)
Newport
33 Farnham Farm February 2, 2006
(#05001617)
113 Mount Pleasant Ave.
41°35′52″N 71°19′22″W / 41.5979°N 71.3229°W / 41.5979; -71.3229 (Farnham Farm)
Portsmouth (Prudence Island) Now HQ of Prudence Conservancy
34 First Baptist Church of Tiverton July 30, 2013
(#13000569)
7 Old Stone Church Rd.
41°33′42″N 71°08′34″W / 41.5616°N 71.1427°W / 41.5616; -71.1427 (First Baptist Church of Tiverton)
Tiverton Known as the "Old Stone Church"
35 Fort Adams July 28, 1970
(#70000014)
West of Newport at Fort Adams Rd. and Harrison Ave.
41°28′30″N 71°20′28″W / 41.475°N 71.341111°W / 41.475; -71.341111 (Fort Adams)
Newport
36 Fort Barton Site March 7, 1973
(#73000056)
Lawton and Highland Aves.
41°37′47″N 71°12′37″W / 41.629722°N 71.210278°W / 41.629722; -71.210278 (Fort Barton Site)
Tiverton
37 Fort Dumpling Site March 16, 1972
(#72000021)
Fort Wetherill
41°28′38″N 71°21′28″W / 41.4773°N 71.3578°W / 41.4773; -71.3578 (Fort Dumpling Site)
Jamestown Fort Wetherill was built on the site of Fort Dumpling.
38 Fort Hamilton Historic District October 22, 2001
(#01001158)
Rose Island
41°29′47″N 71°20′30″W / 41.496389°N 71.341667°W / 41.496389; -71.341667 (Fort Hamilton Historic District)
Newport part of the Lighthouses of Rhode Island TR
39 Friends Meeting House and Cemetery March 6, 2007
(#07000124)
234 W. Main Rd.
41°31′33″N 71°11′38″W / 41.525833°N 71.193889°W / 41.525833; -71.193889 (Friends Meeting House and Cemetery)
Little Compton
40 Friends Meetinghouse March 7, 1973
(#73000276)
North Rd. and Weeden Lane
41°30′52″N 71°22′31″W / 41.514444°N 71.375278°W / 41.514444; -71.375278 (Friends Meetinghouse)
Jamestown
41 Levi H. Gale House May 6, 1971
(#71000022)
89 Touro St.
41°29′21″N 71°18′45″W / 41.489167°N 71.3125°W / 41.489167; -71.3125 (Levi H. Gale House)
Newport
42 Gardiner Pond Shell Midden April 12, 1985
(#85000718)
On the grounds of the Norman Bird Sanctuary[7]
41°29′47″N 71°15′18″W / 41.4964°N 71.2551°W / 41.4964; -71.2551 (Gardiner Pond Shell Midden)
Middletown
43 Greenvale Farm January 4, 1980
(#80000082)
582 Wapping Rd.
41°32′05″N 71°14′18″W / 41.534722°N 71.238333°W / 41.534722; -71.238333 (Greenvale Farm)
Portsmouth 19th century estate house on the water below Greenvale Vineyard.
44 John Griswold House November 5, 1971
(#71000023)
76 Bellevue Ave
41°29′09″N 71°18′32″W / 41.485833°N 71.308889°W / 41.485833; -71.308889 (John Griswold House)
Newport
45 Hazard Farmstead (Joyner Site RI-706) November 1, 1984
(#84000365)
Address Restricted
Jamestown
46 Joseph Hicks House September 10, 1979
(#79000053)
494 Main Rd.
41°39′36″N 71°11′26″W / 41.66°N 71.190556°W / 41.66; -71.190556 (Joseph Hicks House)
Tiverton
47 Hog Island Shoal Lighthouse March 30, 1988
(#88000282)
S of Hog Island, E passage, Narrangansett Bay
41°37′56″N 71°16′25″W / 41.632222°N 71.273611°W / 41.632222; -71.273611 (Hog Island Shoal Lighthouse)
Portsmouth
48 Hamilton Hoppin House August 16, 1996
(#96000905)
120 Miantonomi Ave.
41°30′23″N 71°17′52″W / 41.506389°N 71.297778°W / 41.506389; -71.297778 (Hamilton Hoppin House)
Middletown
49 Horsehead-Marbella June 16, 1999
(#99000675)
240 Highland Dr.
41°28′34″N 71°22′32″W / 41.476111°N 71.375556°W / 41.476111; -71.375556 (Horsehead-Marbella)
Jamestown
50 Hunter House November 24, 1968
(#68000003)
54 Washington St.
41°29′33″N 71°19′18″W / 41.4925°N 71.321667°W / 41.4925; -71.321667 (Hunter House)
Newport Excellent example of Georgian frame house, with many interior features and original furnishings
51 Ida Lewis Rock Lighthouse February 25, 1988
(#87001700)
On Lime Rock in Newport Harbor off Wellington Ave.
41°28′40″N 71°19′35″W / 41.477778°N 71.326389°W / 41.477778; -71.326389 (Ida Lewis Rock Lighthouse)
Newport part of the Lighthouses of Rhode Island TR
52 Jamestown Archeological District December 10, 1989
(#83004869)
Address Restricted
Jamestown
53 Jamestown Windmill March 14, 1973
(#73000057)
North Rd., north of Weeden Lane
41°30′59″N 71°22′28″W / 41.516389°N 71.374444°W / 41.516389; -71.374444 (Jamestown Windmill)
Jamestown
54 Lyman C. Josephs House May 2, 1975
(#75000054)
438 Walcott Ave.
41°29′12″N 71°16′34″W / 41.486667°N 71.276111°W / 41.486667; -71.276111 (Lyman C. Josephs House)
Middletown Incorrectly listed as "Lyman C. Joseph House".
55 Kay Street–Catherine Street–Old Beach Road Historic District May 22, 1973
(#73000052)
Roughly bounded by Broadway, Memorial Blvd., Whitfield Pl., Champlin & Sherman Sts., Rhode Island, Prairie & Gibbs Ave.,
41°29′23″N 71°18′19″W / 41.489722°N 71.305278°W / 41.489722; -71.305278 (Kay Street–Catherine Street–Old Beach Road Historic District)
Newport Boundary decrease approved March 12, 2018
56 Edward King House October 15, 1970
(#70000024)
Aquidneck Park, Spring St.
41°28′56″N 71°18′41″W / 41.482222°N 71.311389°W / 41.482222; -71.311389 (Edward King House)
Newport Richard Upjohn-designed Italian villa house for local merchant was the largest in the city at time of its 1847 completion.
57 Kingscote May 17, 1973
(#73000058)
Bellevue Ave. and Bowery St.
41°28′54″N 71°18′34″W / 41.481667°N 71.309444°W / 41.481667; -71.309444 (Kingscote)
Newport 1839 Gothic Revival house by Richard Upjohn was the first summer residence in Newport.
58 Lawton–Almy–Hall Farm October 11, 1978
(#78000068)
559 Union St.
41°33′35″N 71°16′31″W / 41.559722°N 71.275278°W / 41.559722; -71.275278 (Lawton–Almy–Hall Farm)
Portsmouth
59 Little Compton Common Historic District May 3, 1974
(#74000041)
Little Compton
41°30′33″N 71°10′21″W / 41.509167°N 71.1725°W / 41.509167; -71.1725 (Little Compton Common Historic District)
Little Compton
60 Lucas–Johnston House May 6, 1971
(#71000024)
40 Division St.
41°29′19″N 71°18′45″W / 41.488611°N 71.3125°W / 41.488611; -71.3125 (Lucas–Johnston House)
Newport
61 Luce Hall September 22, 1972
(#72001439)
US Naval War College and Torpedo School, Coasters Harbor Island
41°30′24″N 71°19′44″W / 41.506667°N 71.328889°W / 41.506667; -71.328889 (Luce Hall)
Newport
62 Malbone October 22, 1976
(#76000039)
Malbone Rd.
41°30′18″N 71°18′38″W / 41.505°N 71.310556°W / 41.505; -71.310556 (Malbone)
Newport
63 Francis Malbone House April 28, 1975
(#75000055)
392 Thames St.
41°28′58″N 71°18′54″W / 41.482778°N 71.315°W / 41.482778; -71.315 (Francis Malbone House)
Newport
64 Marble House September 10, 1971
(#71000025)
596 Bellevue Ave.
41°27′44″N 71°18′24″W / 41.462222°N 71.306667°W / 41.462222; -71.306667 (Marble House)
Newport Richard Morris Hunt-designed mansion for William Kissam Vanderbilt
65 Capt. John Mawdsley House July 2, 1983
(#83000180)
228 Spring St.
41°29′03″N 71°18′44″W / 41.484167°N 71.312222°W / 41.484167; -71.312222 (Capt. John Mawdsley House)
Newport
66 Miantonomi Memorial Park June 23, 1969
(#69000003)
Between Hillside and Girard Aves.
41°30′32″N 71°18′37″W / 41.508889°N 71.310278°W / 41.508889; -71.310278 (Miantonomi Memorial Park)
Newport
67 Mount Hope Bridge January 31, 1976
(#76000038)
RI 114 over Narragansett Bay
41°38′25″N 71°15′32″W / 41.640278°N 71.258889°W / 41.640278; -71.258889 (Mount Hope Bridge)
Portsmouth Longest bridge in New England for over 40 years
68 Dennis J. Murphy House at Ogden Farm December 13, 2007
(#07001269)
641 Mitchell's Ln.
41°31′20″N 71°15′44″W / 41.522222°N 71.262222°W / 41.522222; -71.262222 (Dennis J. Murphy House at Ogden Farm)
Middletown
69 Newport Artillery Company Armory June 30, 1972
(#72000029)
23 Clarke St.
41°29′22″N 71°18′51″W / 41.489444°N 71.314167°W / 41.489444; -71.314167 (Newport Artillery Company Armory)
Newport
70 Newport Casino December 2, 1970
(#70000083)
194 Bellevue Ave.
41°28′56″N 71°18′27″W / 41.482222°N 71.3075°W / 41.482222; -71.3075 (Newport Casino)
Newport Early McKim, Mead and White Shingle Style building; also first social club in U.S. to include recreational facilities. Home to International Tennis Hall of Fame.
71 Newport Harbor Lighthouse March 30, 1988
(#88000276)
N. end of Goat Island, Newport Harbor
41°29′36″N 71°19′39″W / 41.493333°N 71.3275°W / 41.493333; -71.3275 (Newport Harbor Lighthouse)
Newport part of the Lighthouses of Rhode Island TR
72 Newport Historic District November 24, 1968
(#68000001)
Bounded roughly by Van Zandt Ave., Newport Harbor, Thames, Pope, William Sts., Bellevue Ave., Bull, Broadway, Kingston
41°29′21″N 71°18′58″W / 41.489167°N 71.316111°W / 41.489167; -71.316111 (Newport Historic District)
Newport Well-preserved collection of Georgian and colonial buildings, many showing sophistication and coordination
73 Newport Steam Factory January 20, 1972
(#72000030)
449 Thames St.
41°29′03″N 71°18′58″W / 41.484167°N 71.316111°W / 41.484167; -71.316111 (Newport Steam Factory)
Newport
74 Oak Glen March 29, 1978
(#78003444)
745 Union St.
41°33′33″N 71°16′53″W / 41.559167°N 71.281389°W / 41.559167; -71.281389 (Oak Glen)
Portsmouth
75 Ocean Drive Historic District May 11, 1976
(#76000048)
Ocean Dr.
41°27′40″N 71°20′03″W / 41.461111°N 71.334167°W / 41.461111; -71.334167 (Ocean Drive Historic District)
Newport Long road along Newport's southern shore with many summer homes and ocean views
76 Ochre Point–Cliffs Historic District March 18, 1975
(#75000211)
Roughly bounded by Bellevue Ave. and Coastland as far north as Memorial Boulevard and south to Sheep Point Cove
41°28′27″N 71°18′08″W / 41.474167°N 71.302222°W / 41.474167; -71.302222 (Ochre Point–Cliffs Historic District)
Newport
77 Old State House October 15, 1966
(#66000014)
Washington Sq.
41°29′27″N 71°18′48″W / 41.490833°N 71.313333°W / 41.490833; -71.313333 (Old State House)
Newport Meeting place of colonial and state legislatures until 20th century; intact Georgian public building
78 Old Friends Archeological Site November 7, 1995
(#95001269)
Address Restricted
Jamestown
79 Osborn–Bennett Historic District December 22, 2005
(#05001460)
1137, 1148, 1168, 1188 Main Rd.
41°38′35″N 71°11′55″W / 41.643056°N 71.198611°W / 41.643056; -71.198611 (Osborn–Bennett Historic District)
Tiverton
80 Paradise School May 5, 1978
(#78000069)
Paradise and Prospect Aves.
41°30′06″N 71°16′08″W / 41.501667°N 71.268889°W / 41.501667; -71.268889 (Paradise School)
Middletown
81 Perry Mill January 13, 1972
(#72000020)
337 Thames St.
41°29′02″N 71°18′55″W / 41.483889°N 71.315278°W / 41.483889; -71.315278 (Perry Mill)
Newport
82 Pine Hill Archeological Site, RI-655 November 3, 1983
(#83003803)
Address Restricted
Portsmouth
83 Portsmouth Friends Meetinghouse Parsonage and Cemetery March 7, 1973
(#73000053)
11 Middle Rd. and 2232 E. Main Rd.
41°35′27″N 71°15′14″W / 41.590722°N 71.253822°W / 41.590722; -71.253822 (Portsmouth Friends Meetinghouse Parsonage and Cemetery)
Portsmouth
84 President's House, Naval War College September 18, 1989
(#89001219)
Naval Education and Training Center on Coasters Harbor Island
41°30′28″N 71°19′40″W / 41.507778°N 71.327778°W / 41.507778; -71.327778 (President's House, Naval War College)
Newport
85 Prudence Island Lighthouse March 30, 1988
(#88000270)
Eastern end of Sandy Pt. on Prudence Island
41°36′20″N 71°18′11″W / 41.605556°N 71.303056°W / 41.605556; -71.303056 (Prudence Island Lighthouse)
Portsmouth part of the Lighthouses of Rhode Island TR
86 Redwood Library October 15, 1966
(#66000015)
50 Bellevue Ave.
41°29′12″N 71°18′34″W / 41.486667°N 71.309444°W / 41.486667; -71.309444 (Redwood Library)
Newport
87 Rhode Island Red October 19, 2001
(#01000465)
Junction of Adamsville, Westport Harbor, Main and Stone Church Rds.
41°33′13″N 71°07′44″W / 41.553611°N 71.128889°W / 41.553611; -71.128889 (Rhode Island Red)
Little Compton part of the Outdoor Sculpture of Rhode Island Multiple Property Submission (MPS)
88 Joseph Rogers House February 23, 1972
(#72000031)
37 Touro St.
41°29′23″N 71°18′51″W / 41.489722°N 71.314167°W / 41.489722; -71.314167 (Joseph Rogers House)
Newport
89 Rose Island Lighthouse April 10, 1987
(#87000033)
Southwestern point of Rose Island
41°29′44″N 71°20′35″W / 41.495556°N 71.343056°W / 41.495556; -71.343056 (Rose Island Lighthouse)
Newport part of the Lighthouses of Rhode Island TR
90 Rosecliff February 6, 1973
(#73000059)
Bellevue Ave.
41°27′55″N 71°18′20″W / 41.465278°N 71.305556°W / 41.465278; -71.305556 (Rosecliff)
Newport
91 Sakonnet Light Station February 10, 1983
(#83000179)
South of Little Compton on Little Cormorant Rock
41°27′11″N 71°12′11″W / 41.453056°N 71.203056°W / 41.453056; -71.203056 (Sakonnet Light Station)
Little Compton part of the Lighthouses of Rhode Island TR
92 Seamen's Church Institute of Newport August 4, 1983
(#83000178)
18 Market Square
41°29′14″N 71°19′01″W / 41.487222°N 71.316944°W / 41.487222; -71.316944 (Seamen's Church Institute of Newport)
Newport
93 William Watts Sherman House December 30, 1970
(#70000015)
2 Shepard Ave.
41°28′12″N 71°18′18″W / 41.47°N 71.305°W / 41.47; -71.305 (William Watts Sherman House)
Newport
94 Shiloh Church August 12, 1971
(#71000026)
25 School St.
41°29′19″N 71°18′44″W / 41.488611°N 71.312222°W / 41.488611; -71.312222 (Shiloh Church)
Newport
95 Shoreby Hill Historic District[8] September 15, 2011
(#11000674)
Roughly bounded by Whittier Rd., Prudence Ln., Emerson Rd., Conanicus Ave., Knowles Ct., Coronado St. & Longfellow Rd.
41°29′57″N 71°22′08″W / 41.499167°N 71.368889°W / 41.499167; -71.368889 (Shoreby Hill Historic District)
Jamestown
96 Smith–Gardiner–Norman Farm Historic District June 16, 2008
(#08000234)
583 Third Beach Rd.
41°29′58″N 71°15′00″W / 41.499444°N 71.25°W / 41.499444; -71.25 (Smith–Gardiner–Norman Farm Historic District)
Middletown Centerpiece of the Norman Bird Sanctuary.
97 Southern Thames Historic District June 26, 2008
(#08000314)
Thames St. from Memorial Blvd. to Morton Ave.
41°29′09″N 71°18′53″W / 41.48582°N 71.314681°W / 41.48582; -71.314681 (Southern Thames Historic District)
Newport
98 St. George's School–Church of St. George, Little Chapel, and Memorial Schoolhouse November 12, 2004
(#04001235)
372 Purgatory Rd.
41°29′27″N 71°16′06″W / 41.490833°N 71.268333°W / 41.490833; -71.268333 (St. George's School–Church of St. George, Little Chapel, and Memorial Schoolhouse)
Middletown
99 St. Mary's Church Complex March 6, 2008
(#08000153)
14 William St.
41°29′02″N 71°18′45″W / 41.483889°N 71.3125°W / 41.483889; -71.3125 (St. Mary's Church Complex)
Newport
100 Ezra Stiles House March 16, 1972
(#72000116)
14 Clarke St.
41°29′23″N 71°18′50″W / 41.489722°N 71.313889°W / 41.489722; -71.313889 (Ezra Stiles House)
Newport
101 Stone House Inn April 2, 2008
(#08000255)
122 Sakonnet Rd.
41°27′58″N 71°11′11″W / 41.4662°N 71.1864°W / 41.4662; -71.1864 (Stone House Inn)
Little Compton
102 Stonybrook Estate Historic District September 1, 2009
(#09000708)
501-521 Indian Ave. and 75 Vaucluse Ave.
41°30′23″N 71°14′31″W / 41.506364°N 71.241942°W / 41.506364; -71.241942 (Stonybrook Estate Historic District)
Middletown
103 Taylor–Chase–Smythe House August 30, 1989
(#89001220)
Chase Ln., Naval Education and Training Center
41°31′30″N 71°19′07″W / 41.525°N 71.318611°W / 41.525; -71.318611 (Taylor–Chase–Smythe House)
Middletown
104 Charles Tillinghast House January 20, 1972
(#72001576)
243-245 Thames St.
41°29′19″N 71°18′54″W / 41.4886°N 71.315°W / 41.4886; -71.315 (Charles Tillinghast House)
Newport Demolished c. 1973[9]
105 John Tillinghast House April 11, 1973
(#73000060)
142 Mill St.
41°29′11″N 71°18′37″W / 41.486389°N 71.310278°W / 41.486389; -71.310278 (John Tillinghast House)
Newport
106 Tiverton Four Corners Historic District June 20, 1974
(#74000042)
Roughly bounded by Main, West (Neck) and East Rds.
41°34′17″N 71°11′18″W / 41.571389°N 71.188333°W / 41.571389; -71.188333 (Tiverton Four Corners Historic District)
Tiverton 16 properties, including Soule-Seabury Mansion (pictured), Amicable Congregational Church, Bateman-Tripp Wheelwright Shop, Chace-Corey House, Pardon Cory House, Davenport House, King Cottage, Arnold Smith House, A. J. White Store, and Wilcox-Davol House
107 Touro Synagogue National Historic Site October 15, 1966
(#66000927)
85 Touro St.
41°29′23″N 71°18′45″W / 41.489722°N 71.3125°W / 41.489722; -71.3125 (Touro Synagogue National Historic Site)
Newport Only surviving synagogue from colonial era
108 Trinity Church November 24, 1968
(#68000004)
Spring and Church Sts.
41°29′15″N 71°18′50″W / 41.4875°N 71.313889°W / 41.4875; -71.313889 (Trinity Church)
Newport Oldest parish church in Rhode Island; early 18th-century design modeled on Boston's Old North Church
109 Union Church June 13, 1974
(#74000045)
870 E. Main Rd. at Union St.
41°33′30″N 71°15′22″W / 41.558333°N 71.256111°W / 41.558333; -71.256111 (Union Church)
Portsmouth
110 United Congregational Church November 19, 1971
(#71000027)
Spring and Pelham Sts.
41°29′09″N 71°18′49″W / 41.485833°N 71.313611°W / 41.485833; -71.313611 (United Congregational Church)
Newport National Historic Landmark designation October 16, 2012
111 US Naval War College October 15, 1966
(#66000876)
Coaster's Harbor Island
41°30′24″N 71°19′44″W / 41.506667°N 71.328889°W / 41.506667; -71.328889 (US Naval War College)
Newport
112 Alexander Van Rensselaer House June 4, 2018
(#100002524)
1 Ichabod Ln.
41°30′23″N 71°17′47″W / 41.506518°N 71.296394°W / 41.506518; -71.296394 (Alexander Van Rensselaer House)
Middletown
113 Vernon House November 24, 1968
(#68000005)
46 Clarke St.
41°29′19″N 71°18′50″W / 41.488611°N 71.313889°W / 41.488611; -71.313889 (Vernon House)
Newport Sophisticated Georgian frame house used as headquarters by Rochambeau after end of British occupation during Revolutionary War
114 Wanton–Lyman–Hazard House October 15, 1966
(#66000016)
17 Broadway
41°29′27″N 71°18′48″W / 41.490833°N 71.313333°W / 41.490833; -71.313333 (Wanton–Lyman–Hazard House)
Newport Oldest house in Newport, built in 1697.
115 Weatherly (sloop) August 28, 2012
(#12000585)
49 America's Cup Blvd.
41°29′15″N 71°18′59″W / 41.487397°N 71.316258°W / 41.487397; -71.316258 (Weatherly (sloop))
Newport
116 William Whalley Homestead August 3, 1988
(#88001127)
33 Burchard Ave.
41°32′37″N 71°10′09″W / 41.5436°N 71.1692°W / 41.5436; -71.1692 (William Whalley Homestead)
Little Compton
117 White Horse Tavern February 23, 1972
(#72000032)
26 Marlborough St.
41°29′30″N 71°18′51″W / 41.491667°N 71.314167°W / 41.491667; -71.314167 (White Horse Tavern)
Newport One of the oldest tavern buildings in the U.S., built in 1673
118 Whitehall April 28, 1970
(#70000016)
Berkeley Ave.
41°30′50″N 71°16′20″W / 41.513889°N 71.272222°W / 41.513889; -71.272222 (Whitehall)
Middletown
119 Samuel Whitehorne House May 6, 1971
(#71000028)
414 Thames St.
41°28′55″N 71°18′53″W / 41.481944°N 71.314722°W / 41.481944; -71.314722 (Samuel Whitehorne House)
Newport
120 Wilbor House March 6, 2007
(#07000125)
548 W. Main Rd.
41°29′43″N 71°11′11″W / 41.495278°N 71.186389°W / 41.495278; -71.186389 (Wilbor House)
Little Compton
121 Windmill Hill Historic District October 2, 1978
(#78000067)
Eldred Ave. and N. Main Rd.
41°31′04″N 71°22′44″W / 41.517778°N 71.378889°W / 41.517778; -71.378889 (Windmill Hill Historic District)
Jamestown
122 Witherbee School November 27, 1989
(#89002036)
Green End Ave.
41°30′23″N 71°17′21″W / 41.506389°N 71.289167°W / 41.506389; -71.289167 (Witherbee School)
Middletown part of the Middletown MPS
123 Wreck Sites of H.M.S. Cerberus and H.M.S. Lark April 26, 1973
(#73000061)
Waters of Narragansett Bay adjacent to Aquidneck Island
41°35′04″N 71°18′19″W / 41.584444°N 71.305278°W / 41.584444; -71.305278 (Wreck Sites of H.M.S. Cerberus and H.M.S. Lark)
South Portsmouth

Former listingsEdit

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Description
1 Building at 295 Thames Street 1972
(#72001578)
Unknown 295 Thames St.
Newport Demolished for construction of America's Cup Ave.
2 Building at 319 Thames Street (rear) 1972
(#72001573)
Unknown 319 Thames St. (rear)
Newport Demolished for construction of America's Cup Ave.
3 Sherman Clark House January 13, 1972
(#72000025)
Unknown 279 Thames St.
Newport Demolished for construction of America's Cup Ave.
4 Clark Cook House January 13, 1972
(#72001571)
1973 285 Thames St.
Newport Relocated in 1973 to Bannister's Wharf to allow construction of America's Cup Ave.
5 Industrial National Bank 1971
(#71001087)
1972 303 Thames St.
Newport Demolished for construction of America's Cup Ave.[10]
6 Jacob Mott House 1973
(#73002264)
Unknown S of Cory's Lane on W. Main Rd.
Portsmouth Dismantled and relocated in 1973.[11]
7 Sayer Building 1972
(#72001574)
Unknown 281-283 Thames St.
Newport Demolished for construction of America's Cup Ave.
8 Robert Stevens House 1971
(#71001088)
1972 261-265 Thames St.
Newport Demolished for construction of America's Cup Ave.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved June 24, 2022.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ "Survey of Tiverton, RI" (PDF). State of Rhode Island. Retrieved 2013-12-19.
  7. ^ "Norman Bird Sanctuary Trail Map" (PDF). Norman Bird Sanctuary. Retrieved 2014-10-20.
  8. ^ "Weekly list of actions taken on properties: 9/12/11 through 9/16/11". National Park Service. September 16, 2011. Retrieved September 18, 2012.
  9. ^ "List of Resources/Resource Inventory: Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route in the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations" (PDF). Hudson River Valley Institute. Archived from the original (PDF) on June 27, 2016. Retrieved September 6, 2016.
  10. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-08-17. Retrieved 2016-07-29.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  11. ^ http://www.preservation.ri.gov/pdfs_zips_downloads/survey_pdfs/portsmouth.pdf[bare URL PDF]