The Narragansett Blue Book: A Summer Souvenir and Guide for the Principal Resorts and Cities on and

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The New England coast is penetrated by many charming bays whose shores are lined with popular resorts for the delectation and refreshment of summer sojourners. The chief of all, and the most attractive, is our own Narragansett Bay. It is favored with a great variety of scenery. On its headwaters and tributaries are three of the brightest cities in New England; at the end of its largest island is located Newport, the most noted of America's watering places, and with Narragansett Pier on the main, Block Island thirty miles out to sea, and the numerous smaller but famous outing-spots in and about its shores a day's excursion or a summer's rest may be enjoyed with delight by rich or poor. The facilities for transportation by boat, rail or electrics are adequate. For the river excursionist and for those taking their breath of fresh air by means of the electrics The Blue Book will point out the most pleasing trips, the cost will be counted, and the numerous features for the eye to feast upon will be pictured in its pages.
ISBN: 9780738594699
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Rhode Island
Series: Marula
Images: 75
Pages: 130
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Originally published in 1896.
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