Historic Sites Map

Joyce Street School (1903)
This two-story brick Colonial Revival Building was designed by Alfred H. Humes, a Pawtucket architect who designed many schools and dwellings in Pawtucket, Central Falls and Providence. Originally serving as Warren Primary School, the building served as a school until the mid-1970s and now houses the Warren Police and Fire Departments.

Liberty Street School (1847)
This early Victorian brick structure with Italianate detail was designed by Providence architect Thomas A. Tefft. Dedicated in 1848, it was Rhode Island's third public school. The 284 cloth-covered desks and seats, along with settees, comfortably accommodated 300 students. One of the nation's oldest continuously running schools, it was retired from educational service in 1975. 

St. Mark's Church (1829)
Designed by architect Russell Warren, this building represents one of Rhode Island's earliest examples of Greek Revival style. It is especially noted for is Ionic portico and distinctive canted double doors. The church is now a private residence. 

Marble's Hall Blacksmith Shop (1844)
Two-story gable roofed structure built of rough rubble stone during the Greek Revival era. The building was constructed for blacksmith Francis Marble who used the lower floor as a shop and the second floor as a social hall for public and private functions.

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