Mobile home site in Glocester, RI. During this time, rural towns in Rhode Island such as Glocester, Charlestown, Narragansett, and West Greenwich reported a rapid growth in population. With increases in the popuation averaging around 40% people turned to alternative forms of housing such as mobile homes.
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Mobile homes -- Rhode Island -- Glocester; Dwellings -- Rhode Island -- Providence;
Smolski, Chet, "Mobile Home in Individual Site, Glocester, RI" (2011). Browse All. 250.
mobile homes; Glocester; housing;