Memorial to Black Soldiers
- RI Highway 24 & West Main Road, Portsmouth, RI 02919
- Newport County
On August 29, 1778, during the Battle of Rhode Island the First Rhode Island Regiment, comprised primarily of black soldiers, made a gallant stand which thwarted a British attempt to flank the American line centered on Butts Hill Fort.
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