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Mohegan Bluffs

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The 200-foot bluffs are stunning against the backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean. They form the quintessential picture of the craggy New England coastline. The name comes from a Native American battle that occurred in 1590 between the Mohegan and Manissean tribes. Apparently, the Mohegans, guilty of a raiding attempt, were driven to their deaths on the rocky shores below. The bluffs are also part of the Block Island Bicycle Tour. (Submitted by Danielle Weaver)