Narragansett Bay has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Online Review of Rhode Island History' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Narragansett Bay had the highest popularity figure in December, 2016.
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[...] by orders of magnitude. The number of ships, cargo and passenger’s transiting the waters of Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island Sound and Block Island Sound escalated each year. During the year 1893 more [...]
[...] Point. Less than three hours after arriving at Newport, Roosevelt began his trip out of Narragansett Bay. President Roosevelt, in the front passenger seat, reviews cadets on the grounds of the [...]
[...] consultancy business in the Edgewood section of Cranston and became an avid yachtsman on Narragansett Bay. He owned a handsome motor yacht, Maurence, named after his two sisters. (Needless to say, [...]
[...] cove had a long reputation from its beginnings as the scene of smuggling goods off boats on Narragansett Bay. Stafford had become a freeman of Warwick in 1718, and was elected multiple times to serve [...]
[...] and adults are invited to frolic in the whimsical and historic topiary garden overlooking Narragansett Bay in Portsmouth, with music, rides, food and fun. Admission: Member Adult $20, Member Youth [...]
[...] Underground Railroad. In the spring of 1865, at the age of 18 and living in Bristol (across Narragansett Bay from Aquidneck Island), Ray and a companion trekked to Providence to enlist in the 14th [...]
[...] on a course parallel to the Germans. As both reached the Brenton Reef lightship outside Narragansett Bay, Klt. Rose hailed Lt. Fulker by megaphone and asked permission to enter Newport harbor. His [...]
[...] Pacer in Rhode Island. In the War of 1812, a British warship cruised the waters of Narragansett Bay, and its captain reportedly sent out agents to purchase a Pacer as a gift for his wife, but [...]
[...] reached another land 15 leagues from the island, where we found an excellent harbor [current Narragansett Bay, probably the West Channel, near the mainland]. Before entering it, we saw about 20 boats [...]