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Old State House

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  1. on College Hill in Providence, Rhode Island, also known as Providence Sixth District Court House, Providence Colony House, Providence County House, or Rhode Island State House is located on 150 Benefit Street

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 23, 2009
  2. From independence to the early 20th century the state legislature alternated its sessions between here and the Newport State House in Newport

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  3. a brick Georgian-style building largely completed in 1762, and became the meeting place for the colony and state legislature for 149 years

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  4. In colonial times the Rhode Island General Assembly rotated meetings between the state's five county court houses, and five former Rhode Island state houses survive today

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  5. In 1760 The General Assembly built the Old State House to replace an earlier wooden courthouse built 1730 on Meeting Street

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