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  • RI.gov, Official State Government site

U.S. REPRESENTATIVES OF RHODE ISLAND

U.S. Senators for Rhode Island

Senator Lincoln Chaffee

Senator Jack Reed

U.S. Representative for Rhode Island

Kennedy, Patrick, Rhode Island, 1st

Langevin, Jim, Rhode Island, 2nd

There are 39 cities and towns in Rhode Island.

The cities are Providence, East Providence, Newport, Warwick, Cranston, Central Falls, Pawtucket and Woonsocket.

The towns are Barrington, Bristol, Burrillville, Charlestown, Coventry, Cumberland, East Greenwich, Exeter, Foster, Glocester, Hopkinton, Jamestown, Johnston, Lincoln, Little Compton, Middletown, Narragansett, New Shoreham (Block Island), North Kingstown, North Providence, North Smithfield, Portsmouth, Richmond, Scituate, Smithfield, South Kingstown, Tiverton, Warren, Warwick, West Greenwich, West Warwick, and Westerly.

 

Rhode Island locations by per capita income

 

RHODE ISLAND ROUTE

1. Paucatuck   2. Westerly   3.  Bradford   4. Charlestown   5. Royal Indian Burial Ground  

6. Wakefield   7. Point Judy Lighthouse   8. Narraquinsett   9. East Kingston   10. Jamestown  

11. Newport   12. North Kingstown   13. North Kingstown   14. East Greenwich   15. Anthony  

16. West Warwick   17. Warwick   18. Cranston   19. Providence   20. Greenville  

21. North Providence   22. East Providence   23. Barrington   24. Warren   25. Bristol  

26. Portsmouth   27. Inverton   28. Central Village   29. Little Compton   30. Sakonnet  

31. West Port Point   32. Darthmouth   33. Westport 

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References

Primary sources

Secondary sources

  • Adams, James Truslow. The Founding of New England (1921)

  • Adams, James Truslow. Revolutionary New England, 1691-1776 (1923)

  • Adams, James Truslow. New England in the Republic, 1776-1850 (1926)

  • Andrews, Charles M. The Fathers of New England: A Chronicle of the Puritan Commonwealths (1919). short survey by leading scholar.

  • Axtell, James, ed. The American People in Colonial New England (1973), new social history

  • Brewer, Daniel Chauncey. Conquest of New England by the Immigrant (1926).

  • Coleman, Peter J. The Transformation of Rhode Island, 1790-1860 (1963)

  • Conforti, Joseph A. Imagining New England: Explorations of Regional Identity from the Pilgrims to the Mid-Twentieth Century (2001)

  • Dennison, George M. The Dorr War: Republicanism on Trial, 1831-1861 (1976)

  • Hall, Donald, ed. Encyclopedia of New England (2005)

  • Karlsen, Carol F. The Devil in the Shape of a Woman: Witchcraft in Colonial New England (1998)

  • Lovejoy, David S. Rhode Island Politics and the American Revolution, 1760- 1776 (1969)]

  • McLaughlin, William. Rhode Island: A Bicentennial History (1976)

  • Palfrey, John Gorham. History of New England (5 vol 1859-90)

  • Slavery in the North - Slavery in Rhode Island [5]

  • Sletcher, Michael. New England. (2004).

  • Stephenson, Nathaniel Wright. Nelson W. Aldrich, a Leader in American Politics (1930).

  • WPA. Guide to Rhode Island (1939).

  • Zimmerman, Joseph F. The New England Town Meeting: Democracy in Action. (1999)

  1. Elevations and Distances in the United States. U.S Geological Survey (29 April 2005). Retrieved on 2006 November 7.

  2. http://www.dlt.ri.gov/lmi/map.htm accessed 27 February 2007

  3. The Living Bay at Providenceri.com

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  5. Average Temperature Range, RSSWeather.com

  6. http://www.cr.nps.gov/history/online_books/regional_review/vol1-6f.htm

  7. Know Rhode Island, RI Secretary of State. Accessed October 17, 2006.

  8. Slavery in Rhode Island, from Slavery in the North. Accessed October 17, 2006

  9. Slavery, the Brown Family of Providence, and Brown University, Brown News Bureau. Accessed October 17, 2006

  10. http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/studteaguide/RhodeIslandHistory/chapt5.html Accessed 3/28/06

  11. http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/studteaguide/RhodeIslandHistory/chapt6.html Accessed 3/28/06

  12. Cool Quiz

  13. http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/studteaguide/RhodeIslandHistory/chapt7.html Accessed 3/28/06

  14. http://204.17.79.244/profiles/cw_pro.html Providence Neighborhood Profiles

  15. http://www.nps.gov/blac/historyculture/index.htm

  16. http://www.slatermill.org/Educators.htm

  17. http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/aer/txt/ptb0106.html Energy Information Association

  18. http://www.census.gov/geo/www/cenpop/statecenters.txt

  19. [2]

  20. http://www.adherents.com/adhloc/Wh_284.html#631

  21. http://www.adherents.com/largecom/com_romcath.html

  22. Patinkin, Mark. Providence Journal Chewing over why we love doughnut shops. Retrieved on 2007 January 20.

  23. RI Government Facts and History

  24. http://www.nfl.com/history/chronology/1921-1930#1928

  25. [3]

  26. The Paragon Times: Capes Return to Paragon City! (2004-07-19). Retrieved on 2007 January 25. ďAn in-game newspaper article, that mentions Paragon City, Rhode Island

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