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The architectural interest of Carolina, more than the other principal mill villages along the Pawcatuck and Wood rivers, is split between Richmond and Charlestown. Buildings on the Charlestown side of the town (see that section under Charlestown) are conveniently viewed en route, before recrossing the river to the Richmond half of the town, where the road becomes briefly Main Street, then Richmond Town House Road.

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William H. Jordy et al.

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