Blackstone

(from the article `vegetable farming`) ...raised in a given area. Watermelon varieties, for example, differ in seed size expressed as weight. The Sugar Baby variety has an average weight ...
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Blackstone

Blackstone, river, c.50 mi (80 km) long, rising near Worcester, Mass., and flowing SE to Narragansett Bay at Providence, R.I. The river's clean water was a major factor in the early development of the area's textile industry. The entire river valley comprises the Blackstone River Valley National Her...
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