Land and waterways, people and places …the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor is a diverse region with a unique identity bound by a common history and strong connection between the people and the landscape.
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Did You Know?
The classic American Diner is another Blackstone Valley innovation. In 1872, Walter Scott began selling food from a horse drawn covered wagon in Providence, RI. In 1887, the first diner manufacturer opened in Worcester, MA.