In 1996, residents of North Providence greeted the premier publication of North Providence with tremendous enthusiasm. Now, Thomas and Barbara Greene present a comprehensive sequel, highlighting the development of community institutions in their hometown between 1765 and the present. Volume II highlights the accomplishments of the citizens and local organizations, and presents detailed and interesting facts about the township's government, the police department, fire department, recreation department, and local post offices.
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