As of Saturday, March 14 the John Brown House Museum, Museum of Work & Culture, Aldrich House, and Mary Elizabeth Robinson Research Center will be temporarily closed until further notice. All programs and events have been moved to virtual formats, postponed, or canceled. Please see our events calendar for updates. Thank you for your understanding.

You are HERE: Maps at the RIHS

This blog is in honor of our (and very first successful) Netop Night at the Robinson Research Center!
We hold one of the most complete collections of printed and manuscript maps of Rhode Island anywhere.
Please use our online catalog to search through our collection: http://rihs.minisisinc.com/

Here is a very small sample of the wonderful & diverse maps available.

 

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  1. Dear Katrina and Kim, we are so sorry that we missed you tonight!
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