Aquidneck Island


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James Conroy's The Coyote Hunter of Aquidneck Island is a charming tale, set within a small, idyllic New England enclave.
The proof is in these eight new projects -- together they reach up into the Taunton watershed and down to Rhode Island's Salt Ponds and Aquidneck Island, cross Buzzards Bay to the middle of Cape Cod, explore septic system improvements in multiple states, and jump to Marthas Vineyard.
Cox will leverage its robust fiber network on Aquidneck Island to provide ultra-high speed Internet services for the Race Village to be located at Fort Adams State Park.
In the past two years, Aquidneck Island has seen more than 40 properties sold for over $2 million.
Garnet- to staurolite-grade metasedimentary rocks on Conanicut Island to the north are geographically closest, but rocks on Aquidneck Island to the east are at the same metamorphic grade as the Cambrian rocks and hence more directly comparable.
For Civil War buffs and readers interested in the history of medicine, this volume on the internal workings of the Union military hospital on Aquidneck Island provides a unique window into the personal stories of the patients who passed through the facility, as well as the heroes of nineteenth-century medicine who helped them survive gruesome injury and crippling disease.