Date of Restoration
Date Moved or Destroyed
Anne Baker describes the historical significance of the Mott House and makes the case for its re-assembly to demonstrate the ways American domestic architecture has evolved. Baker describes what was uncovered while dismantling the Mott House, including evidence that the house had originally been a typical Rhode Island two-story "stone-ender." Detailed information on how the house was constructed and updated in each of its four stages.
West Main Road, Portsmouth, RI
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stone-ender (17th century)
Baker, Anne W., "Mott House: History and Restoration by A.W. Baker Restorations, Inc." (2021). Documentation. 18.