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The Artillery Company of Newport gives a cannon salute using original Colonial artillery in Newport's Washington Square on Wednesday in honor of Independence Day. (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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People cheer after Salve Regina University's Newport Community Band plays The Stars and Stripes Forever March during a July Fourth celebration in Washington Square Wednesday. (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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Members of the Artillery Company of Newport honor fallen soldiers with the playing of Taps before giving their cannon salute in Washington Square in Newport on Wednesday. (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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People gather outside of the Colony House in Newport on Wednesday for a ceremony rededicating the clock tower and bell casing before the annual reading of the Declaration of Independence . (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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A crowd gathered outside the Colony House in Newport cheers after a reading of the Declaration of Independence on Wednesday. (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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Peter Davis directs Salve Regina University's Newport Community Band during a July Fourth celebration in Washington Square Wednesday. (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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Isabella Deturo, 3, holds an American flag as she sits on the shoulders of her father, Mike Deturo, and watches Salve Regina University's Newport Community Band perform during a Fourth of July celebration in Washington Square. The Deturos live in Glen Rock, N.J., and are vacationing in Newport for a week. (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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Vale Vaughn Carlough,2, of Middletown, dances and plays with a pinwheel Wednesday as Salve Regina University's Newport Community Band performs during a July Fourth celebration in Washington Square. (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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Frank Hale, president of Sons of the Revolution, and Barbara Simmons, regent of the Aquidneck Island Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, lead a gravesite homage and salute to William Ellery on Wednesday morning in Newport's Common Burying Ground. (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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Members of the Aquidneck Island Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution and the Rhode Island Sons of the Revolution, along with William Ellery descendant Lee Bagwill of Newport, honor Ellery, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, at his gravesite in the Common Burying Ground on Wednesday morning. (Photo by Jacqueline Marque)
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