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Rhode Island

Bristol County

 

 

 

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Bristol County was formed by the transfer of part of Bristol County, Massachusetts, to the state of Rhode Island, and was the subject of a long-running border dispute.

The original county was part of the Plymouth Colony and named after its "shire town" (county seat), what is now Bristol, Rhode Island. The new Rhode Island county was formed in 1746 with the full modern territory of Bristol, Barrington, and Warren.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Adjacent counties

Bristol County, Massachusetts: east

Providence County, Rhode Island: north

Kent County, Rhode Island: west

Newport County, Rhode Island: south

Towns

Barrington

Bristol

Warren

 

 

 

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