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857-30734 - Warren, RI, 7, 16, 05: Vendors unpack, bake and sell premade stuffed Quahogs as part of the Warren Quahog festival (a community fundraiser) in Warren, Rhode Island.
83-12315 - The White Horse Tavern dating from 1673, on the corner of Farewell and Marlborough Streets, the oldest continuously operating tavern in America, in historic Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States of America, North America
83-12314 - Sign on the Walking Tour of the Historic Hill at The Great Friends Meeting House dating from 1699, a Quaker building in the Postmedieval English vernacular style, oldest surviving house of worship in town, on Farewell and Marlborough Streets in historic Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States of America, North America
83-12313 - World War I and World War II on left, memorials outside the City Hall on Broadway in historic Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States of America, North America
83-12312 - Easton's Beach, locally known as First Beach, the closest beach to the city, popular for swimming, surfing and sunbathing, Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States of America, North America
83-12311 - The Stars and Stripes and brick Georgian-style Old Colony House dating from 1741, a National Historic Landmark used in the Steven Spielberg film Amistad, on Washington Square in Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States of America, North America
83-12308 - The 80 foot excursion schooner Aquidneck returning to Bowen's Wharf, established in 1760 and now a busy waterfront retail and tourist centre, Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States of America, North America
83-12307 - Antique anchor at Bowen's Wharf, established in 1760 and now a busy waterfront retail and tourist centre, Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States of America, North America
83-12306 - Shops and restaurants at Bannister's Wharf, established by John Bannister in 1742 and now a busy retail and tourist centre in historic Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States of America, North America
83-12305 - Street sign reflecting Newport's sailing and historic heritage at the junction of America's Cup Avenue and Thames Street in Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States of America, North America
83-12304 - Trinity Church dating from 1726, on Queen Anne Square, the oldest Episcopal parish in the state, designed by local builder Richard Munday, inspired by Wren's churches, in historic Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States of America, North America
83-12300 - Queen Anne Square and Trinity Church dating from 1726, the oldest Episcopal parish in the state, designed by local builder Richard Munday, inspired by Wren's churches, in historic Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States of America, North America
83-12299 - Smart shops and cobbled roadway of popular Thames Street in historic Newport Old Quarter, Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States of America, North America