Learn the history of the diner through interactive video and exhibits commemorating the numerous diner manufacturers. The Museums reference library will provide access to manufacturers literature and records a registry of diners and a collection of photog
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.