Tracing the roots of a Smithfield treasure

Rhode Island isn’t just about Providence and Newport. While those cities often take center stage due to the number of historical properties within their borders, Little Rhody’s more rural communities should not be neglected by the heritage-minded traveler. Smithfield, for instance, offers the Smith-Appleby House Museum, a restored twelve-room farmhouse situated on the northwestern shore of Georgiaville Pond.  Read more: Smith-Appleby House Museum.


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