New vision for historic square rooted in old

There are streets in Newport today that a colonist who witnessed the first public reading of Rhode Island’s Royal Charter of 1663 might recognize. These narrow lanes lined with 17th-century buildings have undergone only modest changes since the charter granted Rhode Island and Providence Plantations religious and political freedoms then unknown in North American colonies.…
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