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Located at the river's edge in Warwick, the Peck Lane marker commemorates the site where the crew members of the Gaspee were set ashore after the 'capture' of their ship on the night of June 9/10th, 1772. Crafted by Chris Kane. Pawtuxet Cove and Pawtuxet Point are in the background.
THIS MONUMENT COMMEMORATES
THE POINT WHERE THE BRITISH PRISONERS FROM
THE SCHOONER GASPEE WERE TAKEN ASHORE
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