Cumberland, Rhode Island, in Providence county, is 7 miles N of Pawtucket, Rhode Island (center to center) and 32 miles SW of Boston, Massachusetts
Cumberland was originally part of Rehoboth, a town in Massachusetts which was purchased by the Plymouth Colony from local Native Americans. The area was later ceded to Rhode Island. William Blackstone was the town's first European settler. Cumberland, which was incorporated in 1746, is home to many National Registered Historic Places including the Ashton Historic District, Luke Jillson House, Tower-Flagg Barn Complex, and Berkeley Mill Village.
Great local attractions are Phantom Farms, Diamond Hill Vineyards and Blackstone River Bikeway.
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