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Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission

The Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission is the state agency for historical preservation and heritage programs. The Commission operates a statewide historical preservation program that identifies and protects historic buildings, districts, structures, and archaeological sites. The Commission also develops and carries out programs to document and celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Rhode Island's people.

The commission supports educational and recreational events, and manages state historic sites, which are listed individually in this database.

 
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