Historic New England’s Clemence-Irons House, built in Johnston, R.I. in 1691.
detail of window hinge
Historic New England’s Arnold House, built in Lincoln, R.I. in 1693.
detail of Arnold House clapboards and rosehead nails
detail of the chimney at the Arnold House
Historic New England was founded to preserve and present the cultural and architectural heritage of New England. They own properties in all New England states and open them up for the public to view. Learn more about them; they’re a great organization to be a part of if you’re interested in the regional history of New England.