The Lincoln Public Library Local History page provides links to quality information concerning the history of Lincoln and Rhode Island.
Chase Farm, officially known as Chase Farm Park, is one of Lincoln’s finest historical treasures. It consists of seventy acres comprised of fields, picnic sites, trails, gardens, and sled riding trails.
The Eleazer Arnold House is a historical home located on Great Road in Lincoln, RI.
- Great Road area 1926
The Hearthside is another historical home located on Great Road in Lincoln, RI.Ffind out more about the story behind this beautiful home.
Among many of the jewels of Lincoln, Lincoln Woods is one that is rich with history as well as a center of outdoor fun.
The entire structure survives today on Great Rd. in Saylesville, where meetings are still held on a regular basis.
Selected Rhode Island Local History and Genealogy Sites:
"This section contains articles of genealogical and historic interest on Rhode Island in general, from old Rhode Island books and newspapers."
From the colonial era to present time, the Rhode Island State Constitution's history is traced by analyzing legal cases, commission reports, and historical scholarship.
Also includes historical maps and a timeline
From the USGS National Earthquake Information Center
This site includes pictures and descriptions of Rhode Island lighthouses.
"With this web site we hope to inform the public on where to go for help in regarding historical cemeteries." Includes searchable database.
The RIGenWeb is another great resource for genealogists.
Locate information on the Society and its resources.
This free site will help you use Google™ to research your genealogy. It will create different Google searches using tips or "tricks" that will likely improve your search results. The different searches will give you many different ways of using Google to find ancestry information on the Internet.