Mountaindale, Rhode Island

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Coordinates: 40°41′34″N 78°26′10″W / 40.6929°N 78.4361°W / 40.6929; -78.4361 Mountaindale (also known as Mountain Dale) is a locale in the town of Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States. The area is currently included in the Greenville, Rhode Island census-designated place and is sometimes referred to as part of Spragueville.

Mountaindale is one of the named villages of Smithfield.[1][2][3] Mountaindale was home to the Mountain Dale Hosiery Mill owned by J.P. and J.G. Ray.[4]

It is currently a named place in Rhode Island.[5]

It is named in a political graveyard reference source.[6]

Mountaindale Beach is located in Mountaindale.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Smithfield town website
  2. ^ Smithfield official town website listing Mountaindale synonymously as a section or village Archived 2010-10-06 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Mountain Dale listed as a village 1893
  4. ^ "History of the Town of Smithfield [R.I.]: From Its Organization, in 1730-1, to Its Division, in 1871". 1881.
  5. ^ COUNTY LOCATION OF NEW ENGLAND PLACE NAMES
  6. ^ Political graveyard source

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