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A case study of the history of the Mott House formerly located on the west shore of Aquidneck Island in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. When it was systematically dismantled in 1973, Dell Upton had the opportunity to study the history of the structure's complexity.
Dell Upton. Architectural Change in Colonial Rhode Island: The Mott House as a Case Study. Published in Old-Time New England Mass.: Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, Volume 69, Number 255 (Winter/Spring, 1979).
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Upton, Dell, "Mott House: Architectural Change in Colonial Rhode Island: The Mott House as a Case Study" (1979). Documentation. 10.