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What is the largest state by area in the United States of America? Here is a list of the top ten biggest states by size: Alaska, Texas, California, Montana, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, Oregon, Wyoming. Many States have large areas of water. These include the States of Michigan and Wisconsin in the Great Lakes region of the northern US, and the humid Gulf States of Florida and Louisiana. There are, of course, many other States that may not have vast areas of water within State, but which are Ocean - facing, as well as States that have small areas of water in terms of percentage, but numbers simply reflect the size of the State itself. The smallest states by area are, of course, District of Columbia at just 68 mi and Rhode Island at 1 545 mi. Interestingly, there are only a handful of tiny states; Delaware, Connecticut, New Jersey, New Hampshire, and Vermont are only other States with total area of under 10 000 mi and numbers increase significantly from that point onwards, emphasizing just how large the United States as a country is.

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He is usually seen in a white hoodie with blue hood and straps. He has a yellow star on his shirt, with a blue armband that says H O P E on it, He also has two white wings due to being the First Colony in the US to declare Independence from Great Britain after the American Revolution. His flag consists of a white background with 13 yellow stars, surrounding a yellow anchor in the middle. He can also be seen with a cat - size Roach named Nibbles. Rhode Island is commonly depicted as kind, welcoming, and enthusiastic person to any and all they meet. Though he is quiet the majority of the time, jumpy, faithful Colony is waiting to make themselves know. However, they are commonly teased for their size, and will always find excuse to antagonize those that do so, most commonly Texas or Louisiana. But if there is one thing in almost any depiction they have, it is hope. They also have a tendency to flutter their wings when excite, which they are capable of flight, Of which almost looks like a hummingbird.S flag of Rhode Island is white and consists of a gold anchor in the middle, with a blue ribbon displaying the word Hope underneath, surrounded by 13 stars. Stars symbolize Rhode Island's status as 13 State to ratify the Constitution. Anchor and Ribbon could possibly be referencing Biblical phrase, Hope we have as Anchor of soul, but this origin is unclear as of today. Plantation State Ocean State Little Rhody Rhode Red Freedom Of Religion swimming Writing Equality in all colors and creed Baseball State Drink is Coffee Milk, mixture of Milk and Rhode Island local brew called Coffee Syrup, made by straining hot water and sugar through coffee grounds. He is the first State to welcome Freedom Of Religion in America, being founded by a religious man whose values were rejected by greater Colonies. He is the smallest State in the US, clocking in at about 1 500 square miles, or 3 144 square kilometres. Rhode Island has great interest in writing and scripture, due to being found on religious values and also being the birthplace of H. P. Lovecraft, author of weird and horror fiction. The primary language of Rhode Island was English from northeastern American dialect, but with it'ss large immigrant population, more than 20% of the population speak another language other than English. The most popular language is Spanish. Rhode Island was named after the Greek Island Of Rhodes. The name Of State was named by Dutch explorer Adrian Block. He had named it Roodt Eylandt, which is translate to Red Island, referencing red clay that had been lined across the shore. Its name was then later anglicized when its region came under British rule.

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Relief

Rhode Island Population Profile

Total population estimate in 2006:1,067,610
Population change, 2000-06:1.8%
Hispanic or Latino:10.9%
One race:98.1%
White:82.9%
Black or African American:5.0%
American Indian /Alaska Native:0.5%
Asian:2.7%
Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander:0.1%
Some other race:6.9%
Two or more races:1.9%

The western two - thirds of Rhode Island is part of New England Upland, with hills rising as high as 800 feet above sea level. Narragansett, or Seaboard, Lowland comprises coastal lowlands and islands that are below 200 feet in elevation. The highest point in the state is Jerimoth Hill, 812 feet high, near North Foster. Rhode Island Encyclopdia Britannica, Inc. United States: New England New England. Encyclopdia Britannica, Inc. States Territory includes Block Island, about 10 miles south of the mainland, and several islands in Narragansett Bay, including Conanicut, Prudence, and Rhode islands. In order to avoid confusion that results from having the same name for both island and State, attempt was made at the beginning of the 21st Century to officially restore the name Aquidneck to Island of Rhode Island, but the effort was unsuccessful. The name Aquidneck nevertheless, is widely used within the state.


Rhode Island

Origin OF STATE NAME: NAME for RHODE ISLAND in Narragansett Bay, which was likened to Isle OF Rhodes in the Mediterranean Sea. Coat OF ARMS: golden anchor on blue Field. Official SEAL: anchor OF ARMS is surrounded by four scrolls, topmost bearing STATE motto: words SEAL OF STATE OF RHODE ISLAND and Providence Plantations 1636 encircle the whole. Legal HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, 1 January; Memorial Day, last Monday in May; Independence Day, 4 July; Victory Day, 2 Monday in August; Labor Day, 1 Monday in September; Columbus Day, 2 Monday in October; Veterans Day and Armistice Day, 11 November; Thanksgiving Day, 4 Thursday in November; Christmas Day, 25 December. It is usual in introducing any discussion OF RHODE ISLAND to start by pointing out that it is the smallest OF United States. As historic sites are concern, however, RHODE ISLAND outclasses many other States that dwarf it in physical size, and there are several reasons why. It was among the earliest to be established as a Colony. Because of its port facilities, RHODE ISLAND was almost immediately involved more intimately in World Affairs than were other colonies. It prospered quickly as a maritime colony, making its fortune during the Anglo - French wars OF colonial era and being particularly sensitive to Britain's efforts after 1763 to reverse the policy OF salutary neglect OF Navigation Acts. Rhode ISLAND was therefore more closely attuned than other colonies of British America to economic and political issues that led to the Revolution. Thus, RHODE ISLAND was the scene of the earliest instances of overt resistance to the British Authority: in 1765, mob in Newport burning boat OF the British ship Maidstone that had been impressing sailors; in 1769, destruction OF British revenue sloop Liberty at Newport; in 1772, Gaspee Affair. In Field OF Art, RHODE ISLAND also reached gigantic stature, as any student of American architecture, cabinetmaking, silverware, and decoration can assure you. The tradition of excellence has survive, evidence including the fame OF RHODE ISLAND School OF Design and the STATE's many outstanding art museums and programs of Historic preservation. Recreation and tourism are major industries on RHODE ISLAND, State and local agencies publish an abundance of literature for visitors. Schedules and entrance fees of all major points of interest are published annually by RHODE ISLAND Tourism Division in their booklet RHODE ISLAND Travel Guide. This Agency also distributes OFFICIAL highway map. The address is 1 West Exchange Street, Providence, RI 02903. Other sources OF information are identified below. Official SEAL: golden anchor is surrounded by four scrolls, topmost bearing the STATE motto; words SEAL OF STATE OF RHODE ISLAND and Providence Plantations 1636 encircle the whole.

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Rhode Island Presidential Vote by Major Political Parties, 1948-2004

YEARRHODE ISLAND WINNERDEMOCRATREPUBLICAN
1948Truman (D)188,736135,787
1952Eisenhower (R)203,293210,935
1956Eisenhower (R)161,790225,819
1960Kennedy (D)258,032147,502
1964Johnson (D)315,46374,615
1968Humphrey (D)246,518122,359
1972Nixon (R)194,645220,383
1976Carter (D)227,636181,249
1980Carter (D)198,342154,793
1984Reagan (R)197,106212,080
1988Dukakis (D)225,123177,761
1992Clinton (D)213,299131,601
1996Clinton (D)233,050104,683
2000Gore (D)249,508130,555
2004Kerry (D)259,760169,046

Table

LANGUAGENUMBERPERCENT
Population 5 years and over985,184100.0
Speak only English788,56080.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Spanish or Spanish Creole79,4438.1
Portuguese or Portuguese Creole37,4373.8
French (incl. Patois, Cajun)19,3852.0
Italian13,7591.4
Mon-Khmer, Cambodian5,5860.6
French Creole4,3370.4
Chinese3,8820.4
Laotian3,1950.3
Polish2,9660.3
German2,8410.3
African languages2,5810.3
Arabic2,0860.2

Table2

AREANAMEDAILYSUNDAY
NewportDaily News (e)12,35212,352 (Sat.)
PawtucketTimes (m)11,40711,407 (Sat.)
ProvidenceJournal (m,S)168,021236,476
WoonsocketThe Call (m,S)11,98417,638
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Plant and animal life

Rhode Island Population Profile

Total population estimate in 2006:1,067,610
Population change, 2000-06:1.8%
Hispanic or Latino:10.9%
One race:98.1%
White:82.9%
Black or African American:5.0%
American Indian /Alaska Native:0.5%
Asian:2.7%
Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander:0.1%
Some other race:6.9%
Two or more races:1.9%

Butts Hill Fort, one of eighteen Revolutionary War forts on the Island of Rhode Island identified as late as 1896, was where Sprague Street now joins East Main Road in Portsmouth. Hill, now identified by its crown of power lines and storage tank, was first fortified in 1777 by the British, who abandoned it when the d estaing's fleet forced Middle Passage on 8 August 1778. Sullivan's troops hasten to occupy it the next day, fearing that the British might change their minds and come back. Americans enlarged Fort and made it their base for subsequent advance South toward Newport. As mentioned above, it was key to final American defenses before evacuating the Island. This site is part of the Newport County Military Heritage Trail. Open from dawn to dusk. For more information on this site, contact Portsmouth Historical Society, Phone: 683 - 9178. Quaker Hill, to South astride East Main Road, is an area that preserves some vestige of rural charm on verges of commercially exploited areas. Still standing and easy to spot at Hedley Street and Middle Road is Friends Meeting House, in use since about 1700 by Quakers and occupied during the Revolution by troops of both sides. This, of course, is Quaker Hill of the eighteenth Century, and the place from which the right wing of the British army made its unsuccessful efforts in August 1778 to storm Butts Hill. About 2. 3 miles further South on East Main Road at Union Street is the former Christian Sabbath Society Meeting House, where first contact was made between advancing British troops and the delaying force of Colonel Livingston on 29 August 1778. The house is now home of Portsmouth Historical Society. It is still a picturesque spot that provides a view to the East over open fields and over the Sakonnet River to Tiverton and Little Compton. Near the Church building, now the Museum of Portsmouth Historical Society, is a small structure dating from about 1716 that is said to be the nation's oldest surviving school building. Long used as a farm building, it stood originally at the Eastern End of Union Street before being moved to its present location. On West Main Road in Portsmouth area are several surviving landmarks of the Battle of Rhode Island, mentioned above. The Memorial to Black Soldiers, in honor of the First African American Regiment to Fight for the United States, is at point where high - speed traffic precludes stopping. It is plotted on the official highway map of Rhode Island just west of the fork of RI 114 and 24 and marked by a flagpole that can be seen at some distance. The monument is at the place where Christopher Greene's troops made their successful stand against the Hessians. Less than a mile North on RI 114, at Willow Lane, is parking area and scenic overlook on Lehigh Hill. From here you can safely observe several landmarks of the Battle just describe.


Rhode Island

Rhode ISLAND comprises two main regions. New England Upland Region, which is rough and hilly and surrounded by forests and lakes, occupies the western two - thirds of the state, while the Seaboard Lowland, with its sandy beaches and salt marshes, occupies the eastern third. The highest point in the state is Jerimoth Hill, at 812 ft, in the northwest. The lowest elevation is sea level in the Atlantic Ocean. Mean elevation of state is approximately 200 ft. Rhode ISLAND's principal river, Blackstone, flows from Woonsocket past Pawtucket and thence into the Providence River, which, like Sakonnet, is an estuary of Narragansett Bay; Pawcatuck River flows into Block ISLAND Sound. There are about 65 000 acres of wetlands in the state. The state has 38 islands, largest being Aquidneck, with an area of about 45 sq mi.

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Rhode Island Presidential Vote by Major Political Parties, 1948-2004

YEARRHODE ISLAND WINNERDEMOCRATREPUBLICAN
1948Truman (D)188,736135,787
1952Eisenhower (R)203,293210,935
1956Eisenhower (R)161,790225,819
1960Kennedy (D)258,032147,502
1964Johnson (D)315,46374,615
1968Humphrey (D)246,518122,359
1972Nixon (R)194,645220,383
1976Carter (D)227,636181,249
1980Carter (D)198,342154,793
1984Reagan (R)197,106212,080
1988Dukakis (D)225,123177,761
1992Clinton (D)213,299131,601
1996Clinton (D)233,050104,683
2000Gore (D)249,508130,555
2004Kerry (D)259,760169,046

Table

LANGUAGENUMBERPERCENT
Population 5 years and over985,184100.0
Speak only English788,56080.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Spanish or Spanish Creole79,4438.1
Portuguese or Portuguese Creole37,4373.8
French (incl. Patois, Cajun)19,3852.0
Italian13,7591.4
Mon-Khmer, Cambodian5,5860.6
French Creole4,3370.4
Chinese3,8820.4
Laotian3,1950.3
Polish2,9660.3
German2,8410.3
African languages2,5810.3
Arabic2,0860.2

Table2

AREANAMEDAILYSUNDAY
NewportDaily News (e)12,35212,352 (Sat.)
PawtucketTimes (m)11,40711,407 (Sat.)
ProvidenceJournal (m,S)168,021236,476
WoonsocketThe Call (m,S)11,98417,638
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Anatomy

Rhode Island Population Profile

Total population estimate in 2006:1,067,610
Population change, 2000-06:1.8%
Hispanic or Latino:10.9%
One race:98.1%
White:82.9%
Black or African American:5.0%
American Indian /Alaska Native:0.5%
Asian:2.7%
Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander:0.1%
Some other race:6.9%
Two or more races:1.9%

50 US states have drastically different sizes. Alaska, largest state by physical size, is about 425 times bigger than smallest, Rhode Island. The three largest states, Alaska, Texas, and California, make up about 30% of the entire country. Due to sea erosion, states along coasts are slowly shrinking in size with the exception of Hawaii. Due to volcanic activity, Hawaii is actually increasing in size. Kilauea Volcano has been erupting since 1983, and had added almost one square mile of New Land to the State by 2002. The chart below shows the relative sizes of 50 states and the District of Columbia. To help put some of sizes in perspective, sizes of some countries, such as France, Poland, United Kingdom, and Greece, are also include. Please note that figures are in square miles and include area of bodies of water.


Rhode Island: Fast facts

Battle of RHODE ISLAND Sites, ISLAND of RHODE ISLAND. The French Alliance was ratified by Congress in the Spring of 1778,. A large fleet under Admiral D estaing moved across the Atlantic, and Patriots hopes for a swift conclusion of the Revolution ran high. Newport had been a major enemy base since the British occupied this strategic place in December 1776. In the summer of 1778, it was held by a relatively small garrison of about three thousand troops under General Robert Pigot, supported by a small fleet. Congress proposed that a combined operation be undertaken to liberate Newport. This turned out to be one of the most spectacular fiascos of the American Revolution, botched from the start by the undiplomatic attitude of General John Sullivan of the American Army, supercilious attitude of the French toward their provincial Allies, genius of the Royal Navy for frustrating French Naval designs, independence of Patriot militia, and bad luck. But interesting operation involves some of the most famous names of the American Revolution: Nathanael Greene, John Hancock, Lafayette, James Mitchell Varnum, John Glover, Christopher Greene, and one of the greatest admirals ever produced by the French, Pierre Andre de Suffren de Saint Tropez. Had he been alive in my time, say Napoleon of Suffren, he would have been my Nelson. The plan for the combined operation against Newport was for the French fleet to enter the Middle Channel on 8 August, running British defenses on Jamestown ISLAND and in Newport. On the night of 9 to 10 August, Sullivan would cross from Tiverton with his veteran Continentals and a large contingent of militia raised for the campaign. Early next morning, d estaing was to land several thousand of his men for operations ashore, then bombard British fortifications as Sullivan moved South to capture Newport. Allies had overwhelming odds, and it looked like a sure thing. A Preliminary attack by Suffren on 5 August with two frigates destroyed little British fleet in the East Channel. The French Admirals manage to throw the British into such a panic that they run aground or scuttle their eight warships and several transports. D estaing proceeds successfully according to plan, but things then start going wrong quickly. Instead of waiting for a prearranged time to cross over from Tiverton, Sullivan advanced his schedule by some twelve hours because the British had evacuated their positions on North End of ISLAND. He did not bother to inform d estaing in advance of this improvisation, and as the French Admiral was adjusting himself to this modification of plan, word came that the British fleet was heaving into sight. After reembarked, he landed on Jamestown ISLAND and headed to sea. Although the French fleet was about a third stronger than that commanded by Admiral Richard Howe, d had spent twenty - four hours maneuvering for attack. Then came a forty - eight - hour storm of record - breaking magnitude that made both admirals devote their full attention to keeping their fleets afloat.

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Rhode Island Presidential Vote by Major Political Parties, 1948-2004

YEARRHODE ISLAND WINNERDEMOCRATREPUBLICAN
1948Truman (D)188,736135,787
1952Eisenhower (R)203,293210,935
1956Eisenhower (R)161,790225,819
1960Kennedy (D)258,032147,502
1964Johnson (D)315,46374,615
1968Humphrey (D)246,518122,359
1972Nixon (R)194,645220,383
1976Carter (D)227,636181,249
1980Carter (D)198,342154,793
1984Reagan (R)197,106212,080
1988Dukakis (D)225,123177,761
1992Clinton (D)213,299131,601
1996Clinton (D)233,050104,683
2000Gore (D)249,508130,555
2004Kerry (D)259,760169,046

Table

LANGUAGENUMBERPERCENT
Population 5 years and over985,184100.0
Speak only English788,56080.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Spanish or Spanish Creole79,4438.1
Portuguese or Portuguese Creole37,4373.8
French (incl. Patois, Cajun)19,3852.0
Italian13,7591.4
Mon-Khmer, Cambodian5,5860.6
French Creole4,3370.4
Chinese3,8820.4
Laotian3,1950.3
Polish2,9660.3
German2,8410.3
African languages2,5810.3
Arabic2,0860.2

Table2

AREANAMEDAILYSUNDAY
NewportDaily News (e)12,35212,352 (Sat.)
PawtucketTimes (m)11,40711,407 (Sat.)
ProvidenceJournal (m,S)168,021236,476
WoonsocketThe Call (m,S)11,98417,638
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Astral bodies

Rhode Island Population Profile

Total population estimate in 2006:1,067,610
Population change, 2000-06:1.8%
Hispanic or Latino:10.9%
One race:98.1%
White:82.9%
Black or African American:5.0%
American Indian /Alaska Native:0.5%
Asian:2.7%
Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander:0.1%
Some other race:6.9%
Two or more races:1.9%

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Rhode Island Presidential Vote by Major Political Parties, 1948-2004

YEARRHODE ISLAND WINNERDEMOCRATREPUBLICAN
1948Truman (D)188,736135,787
1952Eisenhower (R)203,293210,935
1956Eisenhower (R)161,790225,819
1960Kennedy (D)258,032147,502
1964Johnson (D)315,46374,615
1968Humphrey (D)246,518122,359
1972Nixon (R)194,645220,383
1976Carter (D)227,636181,249
1980Carter (D)198,342154,793
1984Reagan (R)197,106212,080
1988Dukakis (D)225,123177,761
1992Clinton (D)213,299131,601
1996Clinton (D)233,050104,683
2000Gore (D)249,508130,555
2004Kerry (D)259,760169,046

Table

LANGUAGENUMBERPERCENT
Population 5 years and over985,184100.0
Speak only English788,56080.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Spanish or Spanish Creole79,4438.1
Portuguese or Portuguese Creole37,4373.8
French (incl. Patois, Cajun)19,3852.0
Italian13,7591.4
Mon-Khmer, Cambodian5,5860.6
French Creole4,3370.4
Chinese3,8820.4
Laotian3,1950.3
Polish2,9660.3
German2,8410.3
African languages2,5810.3
Arabic2,0860.2

Table2

AREANAMEDAILYSUNDAY
NewportDaily News (e)12,35212,352 (Sat.)
PawtucketTimes (m)11,40711,407 (Sat.)
ProvidenceJournal (m,S)168,021236,476
WoonsocketThe Call (m,S)11,98417,638
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Cities

Rhode Island Population Profile

Total population estimate in 2006:1,067,610
Population change, 2000-06:1.8%
Hispanic or Latino:10.9%
One race:98.1%
White:82.9%
Black or African American:5.0%
American Indian /Alaska Native:0.5%
Asian:2.7%
Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander:0.1%
Some other race:6.9%
Two or more races:1.9%

Warwick is the second largest city in Rhode Island with 82 672 people, according to the 2010 census. The population density is 2 328. 8 people per square mile located in Kent County, City is 12 miles south of Providence City, 63 miles southwest of Boston and 171 miles northeast of New York City. Cranston, previously known as Pawtuxet, is the third largest city in Rhode Island with over 80 387 inhabitants according to the 2010 census. It covers a total area of 29. 9 square miles of land being 28. 6 square miles and water covering 1. 4 square miles. Cranston was in 2006 classified as one of the safest places and one of 100 Best Places To Live according to Money Magazine of US. Founded in 1754, city was officially incorporated as a city in March 1910 and is governed by the mayor as the fourth largest city, Pawtucket covers total area of 9 square miles with population of 71 148. Industrialization and farming led to the growth of the city in the 19th century. East Providence is the fifth largest city, occupying an area of 16. 61 square miles. The city has 47 037 dwellers. The main villages that make up the city are Riverside, Rumford, and East Providence center. Woonsocket is the sixth largest city with 41 186 people, followed by Coventry which has 35 014 inhabitants. Cumberland, with a total population of 33 507, is ranked eighth while North Providence and South Kingstown rank ninth and tenth with populations of 32 078 and 30 639 respectively.

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Rhode Island Presidential Vote by Major Political Parties, 1948-2004

YEARRHODE ISLAND WINNERDEMOCRATREPUBLICAN
1948Truman (D)188,736135,787
1952Eisenhower (R)203,293210,935
1956Eisenhower (R)161,790225,819
1960Kennedy (D)258,032147,502
1964Johnson (D)315,46374,615
1968Humphrey (D)246,518122,359
1972Nixon (R)194,645220,383
1976Carter (D)227,636181,249
1980Carter (D)198,342154,793
1984Reagan (R)197,106212,080
1988Dukakis (D)225,123177,761
1992Clinton (D)213,299131,601
1996Clinton (D)233,050104,683
2000Gore (D)249,508130,555
2004Kerry (D)259,760169,046

Table

LANGUAGENUMBERPERCENT
Population 5 years and over985,184100.0
Speak only English788,56080.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Spanish or Spanish Creole79,4438.1
Portuguese or Portuguese Creole37,4373.8
French (incl. Patois, Cajun)19,3852.0
Italian13,7591.4
Mon-Khmer, Cambodian5,5860.6
French Creole4,3370.4
Chinese3,8820.4
Laotian3,1950.3
Polish2,9660.3
German2,8410.3
African languages2,5810.3
Arabic2,0860.2

Table2

AREANAMEDAILYSUNDAY
NewportDaily News (e)12,35212,352 (Sat.)
PawtucketTimes (m)11,40711,407 (Sat.)
ProvidenceJournal (m,S)168,021236,476
WoonsocketThe Call (m,S)11,98417,638
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Clothing

Rhode Island Population Profile

Total population estimate in 2006:1,067,610
Population change, 2000-06:1.8%
Hispanic or Latino:10.9%
One race:98.1%
White:82.9%
Black or African American:5.0%
American Indian /Alaska Native:0.5%
Asian:2.7%
Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander:0.1%
Some other race:6.9%
Two or more races:1.9%

Alaska is a unique state due to its unusual daylight schedule and extreme cold. Though it is the largest state in area, it is nearly the least populated state at 735 720 people. That means it only make up 0. 22% of the entire US population! To give you more detail, area of Alaska is 663 267 square miles, and the next largest state is Texas, at 268 581 square miles. The only area in the US less populated than Alaska is the District of Columbia, with the difference being less than 25 000 people! The largest city in Alaska, Anchorage, houses over 40% of the total Alaskan population. The State of Alaska is one of 11 that have seen a decline in its growth in its 2019 population, though its overall growth since the 2010 Census indicates an increase of approximately 3. 06% from 713 906 people. Drop is measured to be 0. 23%, bringing the population down from 737 438 in 2018.


Rhode Island

One of six New England States in the northeastern United States, RHODE ISLAND is the smallest of all 50 States. Rhode ISLAND occupies only 0. 03% of the total US area, and could fit inside Alaska, largest State, nearly 486 times. The total area of RHODE ISLAND is 1 212 sq mi, of which land comprises 1 055 sq mi, and inland water 157 sq mi. The state extends 37 mi E - W and 48 mi n - s. Rhode ISLAND is bordered on n and E by Massachusetts; on s by the Atlantic Ocean; and on W by Connecticut. Three large islands, Prudence, Aquidneck, and Conanicut, are situated within Narragansett Bay. Block ISLAND, with an area of about 11 sq mi, lies some 9 mi sw of Pt. Judith, on the mainland. There are 38 islands in all. The total boundary length of RHODE ISLAND is 160 mi. The State's geographic Center is in Kent County, 1 mi ssw of Cranston.

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Rhode Island Presidential Vote by Major Political Parties, 1948-2004

YEARRHODE ISLAND WINNERDEMOCRATREPUBLICAN
1948Truman (D)188,736135,787
1952Eisenhower (R)203,293210,935
1956Eisenhower (R)161,790225,819
1960Kennedy (D)258,032147,502
1964Johnson (D)315,46374,615
1968Humphrey (D)246,518122,359
1972Nixon (R)194,645220,383
1976Carter (D)227,636181,249
1980Carter (D)198,342154,793
1984Reagan (R)197,106212,080
1988Dukakis (D)225,123177,761
1992Clinton (D)213,299131,601
1996Clinton (D)233,050104,683
2000Gore (D)249,508130,555
2004Kerry (D)259,760169,046

Table

LANGUAGENUMBERPERCENT
Population 5 years and over985,184100.0
Speak only English788,56080.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Spanish or Spanish Creole79,4438.1
Portuguese or Portuguese Creole37,4373.8
French (incl. Patois, Cajun)19,3852.0
Italian13,7591.4
Mon-Khmer, Cambodian5,5860.6
French Creole4,3370.4
Chinese3,8820.4
Laotian3,1950.3
Polish2,9660.3
German2,8410.3
African languages2,5810.3
Arabic2,0860.2

Table2

AREANAMEDAILYSUNDAY
NewportDaily News (e)12,35212,352 (Sat.)
PawtucketTimes (m)11,40711,407 (Sat.)
ProvidenceJournal (m,S)168,021236,476
WoonsocketThe Call (m,S)11,98417,638
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Countries

Rhode Island Population Profile

Total population estimate in 2006:1,067,610
Population change, 2000-06:1.8%
Hispanic or Latino:10.9%
One race:98.1%
White:82.9%
Black or African American:5.0%
American Indian /Alaska Native:0.5%
Asian:2.7%
Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander:0.1%
Some other race:6.9%
Two or more races:1.9%

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Rhode Island Presidential Vote by Major Political Parties, 1948-2004

YEARRHODE ISLAND WINNERDEMOCRATREPUBLICAN
1948Truman (D)188,736135,787
1952Eisenhower (R)203,293210,935
1956Eisenhower (R)161,790225,819
1960Kennedy (D)258,032147,502
1964Johnson (D)315,46374,615
1968Humphrey (D)246,518122,359
1972Nixon (R)194,645220,383
1976Carter (D)227,636181,249
1980Carter (D)198,342154,793
1984Reagan (R)197,106212,080
1988Dukakis (D)225,123177,761
1992Clinton (D)213,299131,601
1996Clinton (D)233,050104,683
2000Gore (D)249,508130,555
2004Kerry (D)259,760169,046

Table

LANGUAGENUMBERPERCENT
Population 5 years and over985,184100.0
Speak only English788,56080.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Speak a language other than English196,62420.0
Spanish or Spanish Creole79,4438.1
Portuguese or Portuguese Creole37,4373.8
French (incl. Patois, Cajun)19,3852.0
Italian13,7591.4
Mon-Khmer, Cambodian5,5860.6
French Creole4,3370.4
Chinese3,8820.4
Laotian3,1950.3
Polish2,9660.3
German2,8410.3
African languages2,5810.3
Arabic2,0860.2

Table2

AREANAMEDAILYSUNDAY
NewportDaily News (e)12,35212,352 (Sat.)
PawtucketTimes (m)11,40711,407 (Sat.)
ProvidenceJournal (m,S)168,021236,476
WoonsocketThe Call (m,S)11,98417,638
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