Providence, Rhode Island, Roger Williams Park Casino, c1906

In 1636, Roger Williams crossed the Seekonk River, and as he approached the opposite shore, Narragansett Indians greeted him with: �What Cheer Netop�, a blend of a common English greeting and the Narragansett language. This proved a good omen for the settlement of Providence and was the inspiration for the name of the, What Cheer Cottage on Pleasure Lake, in Roger Williams Park. The original cottage was replaced in 1896 by the grand casino building.

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Providence, Rhode Island, Roger Williams Park Casino, c1906

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