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Francis S. Kinney built his wealth in the tobacco and real estate businesses.  Francis and his younger brother, Abbot, founded Kinney Brothers Tobacco Company, which became one of the leading manufacturers of cigarettes in the late 1800’s. Francis Kinney enjoyed…

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(formerly Saint Philomena’s) 59 Rockland Street In the middle of the 19th Century, as Narragansett began to emerge as a dynamic tourist economy, its growing Roman Catholic community needed a ministry. The village then became a mission of Our Lady…

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To book this venue for a private event, please visit the church’s website or call 401.345.6570. South Ferry Church, circa 1850, is located 1,000 feet from Narragansett Bay, on a hilltop on South Ferry Road, making it a prominent landmark…

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72 Central Street St. Peter’s church was formed in 1852, when Mr. Joseph H. Dulles (great- grandfather of the Secretary of State John Foster Dulles) gathered a group of various denominations to worship on Sunday afternoons, using the Book of…

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The stone port-cochere that spans Ocean Road in the Pier area of Narragansett has become known simply as “The Towers.”  The Towers is what remains of the Narragansett Pier Casino, which was designed by the New York firm of McKim,…

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