Small town in small state

August 1984
Yankee;Aug84, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p54
Warren, Rhode Island has been shaped by water. It is surrounded by two streams, the Kickamuit and the Warren. Warren is the smallest town in the smallest county in the smallest state. It is only 5.8 square miles in a state that every schoolchild learns is no bigger than a postage stamp. And that small-town trusting atmosphere is what residents love most about Warren.


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