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The capital of Rhode Island.
Providence
Rhode Island's capital and largest city. It is the third largest port in New England. It was founded by Roger Williams.
Providence
The capital of Connecticut.
Hartford
The largest city in Maine and the birthplace of poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Portland
The capital of Vermont.
Montpelier
The smallest of the six largest cities of New England. It is the capital of New Hampshire and located on the Merrimack River. Printing is its leading industry.
Concord
The largest city in Vermont. It is the leading manfacturing center in Vermont, where steel, electronics equipment, aircraft, appliances, and cereal are made.
Burlington
The largest city in New England, as well as the capital of Massachusetts.It is home to several well known schools such as Harvard and M.I.T.
Boston
The capital of Maine.
Augusta
The third largest city in Connecticut, located on the north shore of Long Island Sound. It was founded by the Puritans in 1638 and is the home of Yale University.
New Haven
The capital of Massachusetts.
Boston
The capital of New Hampshire.
Concord