Nathanael Greene Homestead
Built in 1770, Spell Hall sits atop a wooded bluff above the former site of the Greene family forge, located on the south branch of the Pawtuxet River in what is now known as the Anthony Village section of the Town of Coventry. The Homestead is owned and operated by the General Nathanael Greene Homestead Association, a non-profit organization, and was opened as a museum in 1924. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971 and achieved its current status as a National Historic Landmark in 1972. Guided tours of the house are available through The Association.
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Nathanael Greene Monument Foundation, Inc. ● 164 Gough Avenue, Coventry, RI 02816-7515
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION ~ As of June 18, 2020, the Board of Directors of The Foundation has voted to end this effort to erect a monument honoring Major General Nathanael Greene in the Town of Coventry, Rhode Island. Therefore, no additional donations will be accepted. In accordance with IRS Rules & Regulations, all available funds that remain after the cost of the termination process will be given to the Nathanael Greene Homestead Association, to be used for the support of ongoing activities of that IRS recognized 501(c)(3) entity. We have been assured by the leadership of that organization that our major donors and contributors will be recognized for their generosity in an appropriate manner. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience which our well-intentioned but apparently miscalculated volunteer effort to memorialize Nathanael Greene may have caused anyone. Thank you for your understanding.