Getting counted on Block Island

Fitzpatrick, C.
February 1991
Yankee;Feb91, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p70
Reports on the Feb. 2 Block Island, Rhode Island annual census day. Tradition's roots; Reasons groundhog day was chosen; Conducting the census.


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