In 1636 Rhode Island was barren land. No one lived there.
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they were made out of wood and sometimes if no money used mud.
Farming, fishing and i think textile
Difficult. People got most of their economy Fising, Farming, Doing textile, whaling and Trade Fishing.
It's very gay compare to now
go to http://www.worldbookonline.com/wb/article?id=ar467440&st=economy+of+rhode+island&sc=6
Colonial Rhode Island's economy was based on farming, forestry and fishing but it developed a major shipbuilding center and was an early leader in the textile industry.
== == It was very bad. They didnt have much money at all. They mostly traded, so there wasn't really an economy!
people had not just one job but they had to do anything that needed done
The geography of Rhode Island are mountains and flat plains.
Soil in Rhode Island is sometimes rich or dry. In Cumberland, Rhode Island has the rock only found in the state, Cumberlandite.
what is the most recent lisense plate in rhode island look like?
Stuffed Quahogs. Rhode Island Clam Chowder (but forget the sour cream).
rhode island was finally a colony when Roger Williams made rhode island a colony. he then preached to the people about how you can worship any god you want in any different way.
Native American fare like corn, beans and squash plus wild game and domestic livestock until they cleared the forest, planted and harvested a crop.
Here is a picture of a Rhode Island Red Rooster. The Rhode Island Red is the most wellknown chicken in America.
Rhode Island allowed gay marriage, so people like you could live there,
well rhode island is the smallest state of item on the globe but most things like you and i are smaller also
it is a roky coastline
Rhode Island is home to many kinds of plants. They have several kinds of evergreen trees as well as wild flowers.
No, Boston is in Massachusetts, They have a Phenix but no Phoenix, Oregon and Rhode Island both have a Newport. Like Nebraska they have a Lincoln and like California they have a Riverside. You can find a Portsmouth in both New Hampshire and in Rhode Island. Virginia, North Carolina and Rhode Island all have a Smithfield. It is most unlikely that any other State has both a Narragnasett and a Woonsocket.