Rhode Island's economy was historically based over whelmingly on industry, with agriculture, mining, forestry, and fishing making only small contributions.
The people here in Rhode Island also sell fish, makes Frank, work in banks, schools, hospitals, stores, farms, programs computers, repairs things, and sews textiles.
What are some laws in Rhode Island?
One law is prayer in Rhode Island schools, Rhode Island has instiuted one-minute period of silence at the beginning of each school day which means meditation with no activities for one-minute.
How does Rhode Island and Modern Rhode Island feel about slavery!?
Rhode Island wasn't against slavery, Modern Rhode Island is against slavery. Slavery started at 1652 and ended at 1842. Slavery started because people would trade slaves from other people for items!
How did people survive without luxurios technology tools and what are they?
Cellphones, tablets, computers, and textile making machiens are some tech tools. Instead of texting they used to send letters and talk in person. Without computers, tablets, and cellphones the kids used to play outside and socialize and play board games. Without textile machines they used to sew by hand. Which took them more people and longer time to do the work. And with no computers they couldn't get enough information and no cellphones meant they can't comunicate right away.
Back at home. . .
Tomorrow I need to speak to my family to go to Rhode Island!
If you check out these websites and books you will really want to go to Rhode Island. . . www.Encyclopidia.com, www.History.com, www.NY times.com, www.State laws.com, Rhode Island by:Ann Heinrichs, Rhode Island by:Rick Petreycick, Rhode Island by:Michael Burgan.