Rhode Island text

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Rhode Island text

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Henshaw's Rhode Island text is set like a tiny jewel, a feature made even more noticeable when the page's directional markings are obeyed, causing the page to shrink more than any other in the book.

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Frances Alsop Henshaw

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Library of David Rumsey, Pub List No. 2501.000

Date

April 29, 1823

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bounded North by MASSACHUSETTS East by MASSACHUSETTS South by the ATLANTICK West by CONNECTICUT

Rhode Island

This state is hilly though there are no very high mountains. The literature of this state is confined principally to the towns of Providence and Newport. At Newport is an academy under the direction of a rector and tutors who teach the learned languages Geography &c.

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Frances Alsop Henshaw, “Rhode Island text,” Inventing the Map (with Neatline), accessed April 27, 2017, http://henshaw.scholarslab.org/items/show/28.