American Diner Museum in Providence
This site contains a number of interesting links.
Art In Ruins
A wonderful site about Providence Architecture with great attention to mills, abandoned buildings, very interesting announcements, etc.
Cape Verdean Communities in America
A link to a very good website about the Portuguese/Cape Verdean neighborhood in Fox Point.
City of Providence
This link goes directly to a page with links to information about Providence's history.
A site dedicated to "the many adventures one can have in Providence, Rhode Island."
Historic American Building Survey
This site is operated by the National Park Service. This link brings you right onto the page with all the Providence Buildings. An important source!
Lovcraft's College Hille
This site features a good interactive map.
Power of Place
A website with plenty of statistical information about Providence.
This link provides interesting maps and other information about Providence.
Providence Preservation Society
Particularly interesting is their list of 10 endangered properties.Rhode Island Historical Society
Very useful is their large collection of links on their library page.
Rhode Island State Preservation Commission
This link offers a lot of cross links and some of their publications online.
Rhode Island Information (Maps, Address Books etc.) at US Genealogy Web.
Sculptures in Providence
A short site, maintained by the city, but at least a start.
Society of Architectural Historians
The official website.
St. John's Episcopal Cathedral
Holdings at URI regarding its history.
Tanner Block Case Study
An interesting analysis of crime & architecture in Providence's West End, done as a thesis at Brown's Environmental Studies Department.