1. The Providence Journal


    News, sports, features, obituaries, advertising, and special online features from the city's daily newspaper.

  2. Narragansett people - Wikipedia


    The Narragansett tribe are an Algonquian Native American tribe from Rhode Island. For a long time, the tribe was nearly landless, but it worked to regain federal ...

  3. Outline of United States history - Wikipedia


    The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the history of the United States

  4. The Food Timeline history notes--state foods


    Food Timeline history notes--state foods ... Alaska In Alaska, as true for places on earth, the concept of "traditional meals" depends up time and peoples.

  5. The GREENE de BOKETON Family History -- France and


    England to America: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, western North Carolina and Beyond From Alexander De Boketon of Old Europe to the New World

  6. 11 Dating Tips from Ovid’s Ars Amatoria | Mental Floss


    Before the days of Match.com and Facebook stalking, singles mixers and even personal ads, there was a love and marriage guide for ancient Romans that rivaled anything ...

  7. Concentration Camps List - Christine O Keeffe s ...


    Afghanistan: Land of the Afghans [Arachosia / Khorasan / British South Asia / Southern Turkestan] Slavery48,000 BC: Farming Communities found by Smithsonian

  8. Cities of the United States - The Northeast - City-Data


    Bridgeport: Geography and Climate. Bridgeport, in the southwest portion of Connecticut, sprawls for two and one-half miles along Long Island Sound at the mouth of the ...

  9. Young Sanders Center


    Young-Sanders Center for the Study of the War Between the States in Louisiana. Microfilm. Special Collections. William T. Shinn Memorial Library ...

  10. Herreshoff Marine Museum & America's Cup Hall of …


    Hearst preferred to run a long race on the American Yacht Club’s 80-mile course in the deeper waters of Long Island Sound. NORWOOD preferred a shorter race in the ...