Rhode Island: Under the Geographer’s Microscope
Poor Little Rhode Island
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There’s an old Guy Lombardo big band song that’s called “Poor, Little Rhode Island.” Well, the little part is right. Rhode Island is our smallest state in territory. All of its 1,035 square miles of land area are tucked in the southeastern corner of New England, like an egg, with Connecticut and Massachusetts nestled over it as mother…