The Cape Verdean Museum has a unique collection of artifacts, photographs, maps and crafts the tell the story of the islands and their people. It has also a great deal of information on Cape Verdean Americans and their history.
Though second in command to George Washington, Nathaniel Greene, a Rhode Islander, is acknowledged by many historians as having been the most capable and significant General of the Revolutionary effort. Cornwallis feared Greene and his forces most. Greene ultimately defeated Cornwallis.