Edward Dexter House
Edward Dexter House (1795)
Inside the Dexter House, 2017.
Charles Pendleton House, a replica of the historic Dexter House built for the Rhode Island School of Design museum to appear as it did when Pendleton owned it in the late nineteenth century through 1904.
Backstory and Context
As a result, a visit the "Charles Pendleton House" at the RISD offers a glimpse of how the Dexter-Pendleton House appeared during the nineteenth century and how the wealthy residents of Providence lived in the first early 19th century.
"Charles Pendleton House." Rhode Island School of Design. Accessed August 23, 2018. https://risdmuseum.org/art_design/galleries/charles_pendleton_house.
Harrington, Richard B. "Nomination Form: Dexter (Edward) House." National Register of Historic Places. January 2, 1971. http://www.preservation.ri.gov/pdfs_zips_downloads/national_pdfs/providence/prov_waterman-street-72_...
Tremaine, Julie. "A Uniquely Providence Home: The Edward Dexter House was Cut in Half and Rolled on Cannonballs to its Current Location." East Side Monthly. January 25, 2017. http://eastsidemonthly.com/stories/a-uniquely-providence-home,21966.
Edward Dexter House: By Marcbela (Marc N. Belanger) - Own work, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=10705412
Inside the Dexter House, 2017: Mike Braca, located at http://eastsidemonthly.com/stories/a-uniquely-providence-home,21966
Charles Pendleton House, a replica of the historic Dexter House: Rhode Island School of Design, https://risdmuseum.org/art_design/galleries/charles_pendleton_house