"Bristol County is unusual among Rhode Island's five counties. Not only is it contiguous with a county of the same name in an adjoining state, but it also consists of only three towns--Barrington, Warren and Bristol--and is one of the smallest of the 3,141 counties in this country."
Smolski, Chester, "The Benefits of Regionalization" (1991). Smolski Texts. 329.
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