US State Rhode Island

Ever since its foundation, Rhode Island is known for its advocacy toward freedom of action and conscience. The present state capital, Providence, was founded by Roger Williams, a clergyman. Williams established the capital after being exiled in 1636 by the Massachusetts Bay Colony Puritans. He was also followed by other religious expatriates who established Pocasset, now known as Portsmouth (1638) and Newport (1639).

Rhode Island – Area Code 401

Albion Providence 551
Annapolis Anne Arundel 266
Ashaway Washington 377 569
Atlanta Dekalb 815
Barrington Bristol 246 247 252 289 929
Block Island Washington 428 466
Bradford Washington 622
Bristol Bristol 253 254 297 396 410 628
Carolina Washington 323
Charlestown Washington 213 364 552 837
Chepachet Providence 710 968 992
Coventry Kent 206 260 320 374 385 392 397
Cranston Providence 275 286 308 373 395 415 464 477 497 508 719 942 943 944 946
Cumberland Providence 257 333 334 337 405 473 658 692 744
East Greenwich Kent 234 285 325 398 468 471 536 541 542 578 623 825 884 885 886
East Providence Providence 241 336 431 434 435 438 519 561 579 582 663 756 761
Exeter Washington 496
Fiskeville Providence 462
Forest Hill Harford 836
Forestdale Providence 659
Greene Kent 476
Greenville Providence 469 949
Harrisville Providence 371
Hope Valley Washington 491 539 773
Jamestown Newport 423 560 684
Johnston Providence 225 269 338 559 652 733
Kingston Washington 874
Lincoln Providence 238 495 642 834
Little Compton Newport 592 635
Mapleville Providence 795
Middletown Newport 388 418 778
Narragansett Washington 218
Newmarket Rockingham 215
Newport Newport 207 239 242 313 324 339 341 367 380 608 619 660 662 832 835 841 842 843 845 846 847 848 849 851 855 862 924
Norman Cleveland 307
North Kingstown Washington 256 267 268 294 295 362 372 386 393 402 472 486 558 583 667 741 742 935
North Providence Providence 349
North Scituate Providence 647 754 764 934
North Smithfield Providence 543 856
Parkville Baltimore 661
Pascoag Providence 567 568
Pawtucket Providence 259 288 305 312 316 335 359 365 368 465 475 565 566 617 680 721 722 723 724 725 726 727 728 729 749
Portsmouth Newport 264 293 345 682 683 864 894
Providence Providence 217 222 223 224 226 227 228 230 237 243 248 251 255 261 265 270 272 273 274 276 277 278 282 287 300 301 327 330 331 350 351 353 354 355 369 378 379 383 387 413 419 421 427 429 432 440 444 445 450 451 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 461 467 474 487 490 499 521 523 524 525 527 528 529 532 533 553 563 572 574 575 588 594 595 598 621 626 632 633 638 639 640 641 643 645 648 651 654 655 673 675 685 696 699 709 714 743 746 751 752 780 781 784 785 786 787 793 808 824 829 831 854 861 863 865 867 868 872 896 907 919 922 941 952 954 965 976 996
Riverside Providence 433 437 580
Rumford Providence 258 424 439 441 481 488 522 644 678 688 883
Saunderstown Washington 540
Smithfield Providence 231 232 233 292 404 531 757 830
Springfield Hampden 796
Tiverton Newport 624 625 636 674 679 816
Wakefield Washington 281 284 360 515 782 783 788 789 792 932
Warren Bristol 245 556 676 677 888 945
Warwick Kent 244 263 291 304 306 326 352 384 391 399 401 447 463 480 562 573 581 589 681 691 694 732 734 736 737 738 739 797 889 921 969
West Greenwich Kent 653
West Warwick Kent 262 381 586 615 821 822 823 826 827 828
Westerly Washington 212 315 322 348 535 584 596 599 604 637 745
Windermere Orange 616
Woonsocket Providence 216 229 235 309 356 534 555 597 671 762 763 765 766 767 768 769 770 772 775 800 966

In nature, Rhode Island has a reputation for being rebellious and authority defiance, as evidenced by the burnings of the Liberty and Gaspee, British revenue cutters. This happened before the revolution took place in May 1776. At the same time, it declared an early independence from Great Britain. Rhode Island also refused to join the War of 1812, and the Dorr’s Rebellion in 1842, which disputed the requirements of property to vote.

Among the 50 U.S. states, Rhode Island is the smallest, but it is highly industrialized and has a dense population. It is the hub for the manufacturing of jewelries. Other important sectors found in Rhode Island are metal, electronics, construction of boat and ship, and plastic products. In terms of employment not related to manufacturing, sectors included are researches in medicine, ocean environment and health. The state capital, Providence, is the center of wholesale distribution for New England.

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Galilee and Newport are the fishing ports in Rhode Island. In the state, the rural areas are supported by farming of grapes, turf grass and stock. In terms of tourism, Rhode Island generates a billion dollars each year. In the middle part of the 19th century, Newport became popular as the state’s summer capital. Other spots in Rhode Island that are worth seeing are Samuel Slater’s Mill, Roger Williams National Memorial and Block Island. In 2013, the state of Rhode Island tried to legalize same-sex marriage. As of 2013, it was the only state that does not legalize same-sex marriage.

Hawaii city list

From the history of Hawaii, the first people who lived here are Polynesians back in 300 and 600 A.D. They were actually sailing from the different islands in the Pacific when they found the place. In 1778, James Cook visited Hawaii and called the group as “Sandwich Islands.” Cook is a ship captain from Britain.

It was on August 21, 1959 when it became the 50th state of America, which is actually the most recent state of the United States. Hawaii is the only state of the US that is within the Oceania region and this makes it a unique destination.

The abbreviation of this state is Hawaii itself and its postal code is HI. The capital place is Honolulu and the biggest city is Oahu (Metropolitan Area). When we talk about the land span of this state, it measures about 10,931 sq mi or 28,311 sq km. The estimated population of Hawaii is 1,404,054 and it only ranked 40 out of the 50 states. The numbers of counties in this state are only 5 and the number of cities are as follow:

Hawaii – Area Code 808

Aiea Honolulu 466 477 484 485 486 487 488
Anahola Kauai 820
Captain Cook Hawaii 328
Eleele Kauai 335
Ewa Beach Honolulu 499 598 681 683 685 687 689 699
Fort Hood Bell 777
Fort Madison Lee 800
Haiku Maui 575
Haleiwa Honolulu 638
Hana Maui 248
Hanalei Kauai 827
Hauula Honolulu 999
Hawi Hawaii 884
Hilo Hawaii 217 315 333 345 430 443 459 557 640 747 756 769 854 895 896 920 925 930 932 933 934 935 936 937 938 959 960 961 969 974 981 987 989 990
Honokaa Hawaii 775
Honolulu Honolulu 203 206 208 216 218 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 255 256 258 265 267 271 272 273 275 277 279 282 284 285 286 291 292 294 295 296 306 330 341 342 343 347 348 349 351 352 354 356 358 362 366 368 371 372 373 375 377 381 382 383 384 386 387 388 389 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 421 422 423 424 428 429 432 433 434 438 439 440 441 445 446 447 449 450 457 469 471 472 473 474 475 478 479 483 489 497 505 511 520 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 540 541 542 543 544 545 546 547 548 549 550 551 554 561 562 564 566 581 583 585 586 587 589 590 591 592 593 594 595 596 597 599 605 643 664 692 694 721 722 723 728 732 733 734 735 737 738 739 741 744 748 753 754 772 774 778 779 780 781 782 783 791 792 799 831 832 833 834 835 836 837 838 839 840 841 842 843 844 845 846 847 848 851 852 853 861 862 864 888 921 922 923 924 926 927 931 941 942 943 944 945 946 947 948 949 951 952 953 954 955 956 957 971 973 979 983 988
Honomu Hawaii 963
Hoolehua Maui 336
J B P H H Honolulu 448
Kaaawa Honolulu 237
Kahului Maui 205 250 264 268 269 270 276 280 281 283 298 344 385 646 658 691 856 870 871 872 873 877 893
Kailua Honolulu 230 253 254 261 262 263 266 467 577
Kailua Kona Hawaii 213 322 324 325 326 327 329 331 334 355
Kalaheo Kauai 332
Kamuela Hawaii 880 881 882 885 887 890
Kaneohe Honolulu 233 234 235 236 239 247 257 363
Kapaa Kauai 340 654 821 822 823
Kapaau Hawaii 889
Kapolei Honolulu 620 672 673 674 679 682 690 693
Kaunakakai Maui 553 558
Keaau Hawaii 966 982 996
Kealakekua Hawaii 323
Kekaha Kauai 337
Kihei Maui 215 359 633 874 875 879 891
Kilauea Kauai 828
Koloa Kauai 240 742
Kualapuu Maui 560 567 660
Kula Maui 876 878
Lahaina Maui 661 662 665 667 669
Laie Honolulu 232 293
Lanai City Maui 559 565 568 770
Lawai Kauai 788
Lihue Kauai 212 241 245 246 274 346 431 482 632 634 635 639 645 647 651 652 818 829 855
Makawao Maui 572 573
Maunaloa Maui 552
Mililani Honolulu 623 625 626 627 630 768
Mountain View Hawaii 968
Naalehu Hawaii 929 939
Ookala Hawaii 962
Paauilo Hawaii 776
Pahala Hawaii 928
Pahoa Hawaii 965
Paia Maui 579
Papaikou Hawaii 964
Pearl City Honolulu 453 454 455 456
Princeville Kauai 826
Schofield Barracks Honolulu 655 656
Volcano Hawaii 967 985
Wahiawa Honolulu 621 622 624 628 629 653
Waialua Honolulu 636 637
Waianae Honolulu 435 644 668 695 696 697
Waikoloa Hawaii 883 886
Wailuku Maui 214 242 243 244 249 357 360 442 463 757 760 984 986
Waimanalo Honolulu 259 426
Waimea Kauai 338
Waipahu Honolulu 563 671 675 676 677 678 680 684 686 688

The native people here are the Hawaiians or Kamaainas and they call the new settlers in this state as Malihinis. Like the other states in America, Hawaii is also boasting its great motto or slogan, “Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono” or “The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.” According to the people here, they do not have the fact involving the origin of its name. However, they believe that it is possible that the name is after Hawaii Loa, who is their respected traditional explorer.

When we talk about nature, Hawaii is also one of the best destinations in the world because of presenting many natural views, stunning white beaches, tropical weather condition and great accommodations all over the place.