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Caption: VISITORS to Roger Williams National Memorial in Providence, Rhode Island, can share their "dangerous ideas" as part of an exhibit honoring the legacy of the outspoken 17th-century preacher.
Today, Roger Williams' life and ideas are celebrated at the Roger Williams National Memorial, housed in a small 18th-century farmhouse--built long after the preacher died--in downtown Providence.
While Rhode Island has the Roger Williams National Memorial in Providence, a nod to the city's founder, this would be the state's first national historic park.
Jennifer Gonsalves of New Bedford has been hired as the full-time site manager at the Roger Williams National Memorial, and Bill Maurer is the new administrative officer for both the Blackstone Heritage Corridor and the Roger Williams Memorial.