The Town Trader located in a 1690's trading post and is the oldest structure in Historic Chepachet Village.The building features hand-hewn beams and a flue-less Beehive brick fireplace that is in the center of the oldest part of the building. Also known as the Lydia Slocum House, it was the birthplace of Rhode Island Attorney General Ziba Slocum, and was the home of Charles Carlton, Spanish-American War veteran. Please visit us soon to view our historic building and the many antique treasures housed here! It has 22 booths in 3300 sq. ft. shop area. We have a great selection of Antiques, Primitive’s, Country & Collectibles. with 22 booths in 3800 sq. ft. shop area.
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