Block Island Manissean Ancestral Stone – Need donations~


This stone is the one that Pam Gasner is asking for donations on –

she was just informed the stone will cost over $2500.00

Any help would be appreciated!
Block Island Sign Donation Info:
Donation for the sign for the Block Island Native Americans can be made to:
Block Island Historical Society/Pam Gasner
PO Box 79, Block Island, RI 02807
Phone: 401-864-4357
Email: blockhistory@me.com

One Comment on “Block Island Manissean Ancestral Stone – Need donations~

  1. Thru the donations of family and friends and contributors – the stone was unveiled – See Video of unveiling~ No other donations are needed~ Thank you to all that helped and came for the unveiling~

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