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- Aquidneck Island, officially Rhode Island, is an island in Narragansett Bay and in the state of Rhode Island, which is named after the island. The total...
- settlements of Newport and Portsmouth were situated on what is commonly called Aquidneck Island today but was called Rhode Island in Colonial times. Providence...
- "Governor for Life" over Aquidneck Island and Conanicut Island. As a result, Providence, Warwick, and Coddington's opponents on Aquidneck dispatched Roger Williams...
- census. It lies to the south of Portsmouth and to the north of Newport on Aquidneck Island, hence the name "Middletown". Various issues including unjust taxation...
- Newport is a seaside city on Aquidneck Island. It is located in Narragansett Bay approximately 33 miles (53 km) southeast of Providence, Rhode Island...
- besieging the British forces in Newport, Rhode Island, which is situated on Aquidneck Island, but they had finally abandoned their siege and were withdrawing...
- continued on their next ship, the 326-ton Aquidneck. In 1884, Slo****'s wife Virginia became ill aboard the Aquidneck in Buenos Aires and died. After sailing...
- and Providence Plantations, a former British colony in North America. Aquidneck Island, officially named Rhode Island, part of the U.S. state and the...
- magistrate) in the Colonial era settlement at Portsmouth on the island of Aquidneck. Aquidneck Island was known at the time as Rhode Island, and it later became...
- second group including Anne Hutchinson established a second settlement on Aquidneck Island, also known as Rhode Island. On October 19, 1652, the M****achusetts...
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