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Geography of Rhode Island

  • Rhode Island is: a U.S. state, a federal state of the United States of America
  • Location
    • Northern hemisphere
    • Western hemisphere
      • Americas
        • North America
          • Anglo America
          • Northern America
            • United States of America
              • Contiguous United States
                • Eastern United States
                  • East Coast of the United States
                    • Northeastern United States
                      • New England
                    • Northeast megalopolis
  • Population of Rhode Island: 1,052,567 (2010 U.S. Census)
  • Area of Rhode Island:
  • Atlas of Rhode Island

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