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Smithville – North Scituate, Rhode Island

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Smithville – North Scituate, Rhode Island

Smithville-North Scituate
North Scituate Baptist Church in 2008
Location Scituate, Rhode Island
Coordinates
Architectural style Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals, Late Victorian
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference # 79000003
Added to NRHP August 29, 1979

Smithville-North Scituate (alternatively, either Smithville or North Scituate) is a village in the town of Scituate, Rhode Island. Since 1967, the village has been home to the Scituate Art Festival.[1]

Much of the community is included in a historic district on the Danielson Pike and West Greenville Road. The district contains many nineteenth-century buildings, including the Old Congregational Church (1834) and Smithville Seminary (1839). The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.[2]

The zip code for the village is 02857. The zip code is assigned to the name "North Scituate". The zip code extends not only into Scituate but also Glocester, Rhode Island to the north.

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References

  1. ^ Scituate Art Festival Features
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