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Geography - Merriam-Webster's Atlas

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--> Rhode Island The Rhode Island legislature adopted an anchor for its colonial seal in 1647, and in 1664 it added the motto "Hope." Those symbols were used on military flags by the time of the American Revolutionary War (1775-83), and Rhode Island ships may have used a simplified anchor flag by the early 19th century. Rhode Island's first nonmilitary state flag was adopted on March 30, 1877. Its white background corresponded to the facings on state militia uniforms worn during the Revolution. The flag's anchor and motto were represented in Rococo style and encircled by blue stars corresponding to the number of states in the Union. On February 1, 1882, that flag was replaced by a simpler design--a blue field with a yellow anchor surrounded by a ring of 13 yellow stars, corresponding to th Read More
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HRW WORLD ATLAS - Rhode Island

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Skip Navigation Links United States | North America | World Capital Providence Area 1,212 sq mi 3,140 sq km Population (2000 census) 1,048,319 Major Cities (2000 census) Providence (173,618), Warwick (85,808), Cranston (79,269), Pawtucket (72,958), East Providence (48,688) Major Rivers Providence, Blackstone, Pawcatuck Highest Point Jerimoth Hill 812 feet 247 meters Industry fishing, jewelry and silverware, fabricated metal products, electrical equipment, machinery, shipbuilding, tourism Agriculture greenhouse and nursery products, dairy products, eggs Minerals and Resources construction sand and gravel, crushed stone Skip Text Links Also available from this page: Connecticut Massachusetts New York North Atlantic Ocean More Facts & Info Below Read More
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rhode island map, attractions, facts, famous natives, famous people, flag, landforms, land statistics, latitude, longitude, links, maps, symbols, time, history timeline, travel, weather

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A:link {font-weight:} A:hover {background:; color:960018;} A:visited {color:} A:active {color:} Africa | Antarctica | Arctic | Asia | Australia/Oceania | Caribbean | Central America | Europe | Islands of the World Middle East | North America | South America | World Atlas | WIN $100 here GO TO: Facts Famous Natives Flag Gov History Land Landforms Lat/Long Symbols Time Travel Info Weather Description Purchased from the Narragansett Indians by religious exiles from Massachusetts, their first permanent settlement was built in Providence in 1636. During colonial times, large shipping fleets - sailing from Newport - traded goods for African slaves. They sold their cargo in the West Indies for molasses, sugar, wine, and more. Eventually the tariffs and restrictive rules levied upon the colonies b Read More
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US State Facts: Rhode Island

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Search Jobs Browse Employers Resource Center Employer Center My EAN Center Rhode Island Rhode Island Links Employers (17) Job Postings (45) Browse Employers Inside the EAN About the EAN Join the EAN as an employer Help / FAQ / EAN / US State Facts / Rhode Island Facts Select a state Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Washington, D.C. Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Capital City: Providence St Read More
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Visit Rhode Island :: Welcome :: VisitRhodeIsland.com

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Home Events Calendar Attractions Recreation Accommodations Media Room Additional Info. Travel RI Planner Jewels of the Bay RI Heritage Trails RI Nature Trails --> Road Trip Regions Promotions Seasonal Events Transportation Meetings & Conventions Travel Industry Facts & History Local Weather Dining in RI Assistance Site Map Search Contact Us Publications Request RI Relocation Kit Privacy Policy Site Compatibility FREE Travel Guide Get the Official Rhode Island Travel Guide today. Use our online form to order yours. ORDER GUIDE ONLINE Link to services featured in our 2005 Travel Guide --> Welcome to Rhode Island Foliage, Festivals and Fun You don't have to go far North to see fall foliage that'll knock your socks off. We even offer a "leaf peepers" tour that takes you from our beau Read More
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