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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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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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Rhode Island Maps - Perry-CastaÑeda Map Collection - UT Library Online

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