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Local patriots mooned and then boarded the Gaspee, a revenue cutter charged with enforcing the Stamp Act and Townshend Acts in Narragansett Bay where smuggling was common.
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It was here that the first blood was spilled in the American Revolution when Gaspee's commanding officer Lt. Dudingston was un in his crotch while resisting the taking of his ship.
The Gaspee was stripped of all cannon and arms before being torched. During the Revolution, Warwick militiamen participated in the battles of MontrealQuebec, SaratogaMonmouth, and Trenton, and were present for the surrender at Yorktown. On-Demand We will be open beginning Monday, December During this time we will offer a modified schedule through January 3.
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for more information. The industry was male dominated, with the floor cleaning of the quarries performed by women. There is now reason to believe that women carried burdens on their he, and continued to do so through early ceramic times The Indians, however, apparently had not developed a taste for shellfish, for they left behind no shellfish refuse.
By the time the first settlers reached Apponaug, the Indians there had traded for some iron tools. Early islad may have seen a native dressed as in this photo, getting ready to cook his meal.
It im believed that by A. The vast amount of shellfish gathered in this area after that date has served to aid the archeologist as the lime leaching from the shells over the years has helped preserve organic bone remains as well as fragments of pottery.
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As a result, seven burial sites were discovered. The earliest was that of a "fairly large wolf dog" and was found in the Stone Bowl Period zone in the excavation site.
One of the most interesting finds, dating to a later period, was the skeletal remains of a year-old woman who lived in approximately A. From the shape of the skull it was concluded that she had a "life long custom of carrying burdens on the head. The latter item apparently had been cooked. They concluded that, "These implements perhaps more than any other evidence indicate farming activities.
Here, as at other sites, agriculture first appears with the coming of pottery making, following termination of stone bowl manufacturing. Sweet Meadow Brook site was abandoned Wimen pawwaw cove and Drum Rock Inwhen Samuel Gorton and his followers came to the area we today call Warwick, the natives had already abandoned the Sweet Meadow site in what is today's Apponaug section. With the exception of the discoveries made by archeologists during the 20th century, there are, unfortunately, but few reminders of the long tenure of occupancy by the Indians.