Melvil Decimal System: 974.59
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Works under MDS 974.59
- Built From Stone The Westerly Granite Story by Linda Smith Chaffee
- Westerly, RI by K. Fink
- Inventing New England's Slave Paradise: Master/Slave Relations in Eighteenth-Century Narragansett, Rhode Island. by Robert K. Fitts
- Fort Mansfield, Napatree Point, Watch Hill, Rhode Island by Clement Griscom
- Along the shore (selected letters compiled by the Westerly Historical Society) by Howard Burdick
- Weekapaug Rhode Island: Its First One Hundred Years by Samuel Lyman Munson
- Early Land Holders of Watch Hill by Reginald E. Peck
- Lafayette Rhode Island: A Few Phases of its History from the Ice Age to the Atomic by George W. Gardiner
- The Misquamicut Club 100 Year Anniversary by the misquamicut club
- History of the Town of Hopkinton, Rhode Island 1757-1976
- Momentous Events in Westerly, Rhode Island as Recalled By Dr. Spicer by Albert D. Spicer and Judith Spicer Knutson
- In the Wake of '38: An oral history project of South Kingstown High School and the Rhode Island Committee for the Humanities
- The Town that Saved a State: Westerly (four copies) by Mary Agnes Best
- Is there a Rhode Island Style?
- Westerly (Rhode Island) and Its Witnesses; For Two Hundred and Fifty Years, 1626-1876: Including Charlestown, Hopkinton, and Richmond Until Their Separate Organization (10 copies) by Frederic Denison
- North Kingstown : Allenton, Belleville, Davisville, Hamilton, Lafayette, Quidnessett, Saunderstown, Slocum, and Wickford. by Jamie Carter
- The Watch Hill Comprehensive Plan by Watch Hill Long-Range Planning Committee
- In the wake of '38: Oral history interviews with Rhode Island survivors and witnesses of the devastating hurricane of September 21, 1938 by South Kingstown High School and RI Committee for the Humanities
- Index to Westerly and its Witnesses (three copies) by Denison
- A glow in the sky: A chronicle of fires and firemen in Westerly by Jr. Herbert W. Rathbun
- The Pawcatuck River Navy by Dwight C. Jr. Brown
- On the Banks of the Pawcatuck: Three Papers Selected from Earlier Publications of the Westerly Historical Society (two copies)
- Fort Mansfield: Napatree Point, Watch Hill, Rhode Island by Clement A. Griscom
- Historical sketch of the town of Hopkinton [R. I.] from 1757 to 1876, comprising a period of 119 years 1877 [Hardcover] (two copies) by S. S. [from old catalog] Griswold
- The Hurricane Sept. 21, 1938: Westerly Rhode Island and Vicinity~Historical and Pictorial (11 copies) by Lewis R. Greene
- Historical Sketch of the Town of Charlestown by William Franklin Tucker
- In the Park: 100 Years in Wilcox Park (two copies) by Driscoll
- Historical Sketch of the town of Richmond by James R Irish
- Old Pictures of Westerly, Rhode Island (five copies) by George Herbert Utter
- Driftways Into The Past. Local History of the Town of Richmond, Rhode Island, as Remembered and Visualized by Members of The Richmond Historical Society and The Richmond Bicentennial Commission by The Richmond Historical Society
- Historical evaluation report, Westerly railroad station, Westerly, Rhode Island by William Warner
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