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Gull Rocks Light
Near Newport, Rhode Island
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Atlanta Constitution, August 14, 1915. "U.S. Submarine Run Aground."

Bachand, Robert G. Northeast Lights: Lighthouses and Lightships, Rhode Island to Cape May, New Jersey. Norwalk, CT: Sea Sports Publications, 1989.

Champlin, Richard L. "Some Guardians of the East Bay." Newport History, Number 142, Spring 1971, Vol. 44, Part 2.

D'Entremont, Jeremy. The Lighthouses of Rhode Island. Beverly, MA: Commonwealth Editions, 2006.

Gleason, Sarah C. Kindly Lights: A History of the Lighthouses of Southern New England. Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1991.

Kennebec Journal, August 14, 1915. "U.S. Submarine Runs on Shore at Newport, R.I."

Longo, Mildred Santille. Picture Postcard Views of Rhode Island Lighthouses and Beacons. Rhode Island Publications Society, 1990.

Newport Daily News, July 19, 1956. "Electricity Comes to Gull Rocks Light After 69 Years-Kerosene Era Ends."

Newport Daily News, January 7, 1970. "No Longer Needed, Light on Gull Rock to be Moved."

New York Times, September 27, 1894. "Lighthouse Keeper Assaulted."

Providence Journal, July 14, 1961. "Old Lighthouse Burned, 'Legally.'"

Jackie Reardon, email correspondence in 1998.

Jeremy D'Entremont. Do not reproduce any part of this website without permission of the author.

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