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Pawtuxet Falls - Cranston RI -

Pawtuxet Falls - Cranston RI -

Blizzard of 1978

This photo dated Feb. shows Route south of Smith Street, on the fourth day of the Blizzard of ' Nearly R. drivers spent the first night of the blizzard in their cars. My brother was born the day before this!

Rhode Island - Official Name: The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations - State Motto: Hope

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New Port, Rhode Island

Castle Hill Light - Newport, Rhode Island this is part of my childhood aunt Bambi would take me here every summer

Block Island Rhode Island RI North Lighthouse Collectible Vintage Postcard - Moodys Vintage Postcards - 1

Block Island Rhode Island RI North Lighthouse Collectible Vintage Postcard Block Island Rhode Island north lighthouse with history on back.

Crescent Park - Riverside, Rhode Island - (1886 - 1979) Constructed by Charles Boyden - The Carousel (1895) by Charles Looff is all that's left of what was once the largest amusement park in New England.

Crescent Park - Riverside, Rhode Island - - Originated by George Boyden - The Carousel by Charles Looff is all that's left of what was once the largest amusement park in New England.

The Great New England Hurricane of 1938 Image Gallery: More Rhode Island Hurricane Damage in 1938

The Great New England Hurricane of 1938 Image Gallery

The seawall at Narragansett Pier, Rhode Island saved some homes from total destruction. In: The New England Hurricane, Federal Writers' Project of WPA,

"What Cheer, Netop" is a Native American greeting used in Rhode Island in the 1600s. In 1636, Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island was greeted by Narragansett Native Americans with "What Cheer, Netop". Netop was the Narragansett word for friend, and What Cheer was an old English greeting brought to New England by English settlers. Over time, the story of Williams' welcome was absorbed into the legend of Providence, Rhode Island.

Legend says that when Roger Williams arrived from the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the natives greeted him, “What Cheer, netop?

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