The very mysterious legacy of Gideon Freeborn

June 1989
Yankee;Jun89, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p118
Describes the Gideon Freeborn House, which is for sale on Main Street in Wickford, R.I. on Narragansett Bay. Recounts past owners; Current owners; Changes; History of area; How to get in touch with realtor.


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