Usquepaug, Rhode Island

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Kenyon Corn Meal Company in Usquepaug, courtesy of Google Maps

Usquepaug (or "Usquepaugh") is a village in the towns of Richmond and South Kingstown in Washington County, Rhode Island, United States, along the Usquepaug River and near the Usquepaug Road Historic District.

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The village is home to Kenyon Corn Meal Company, a grist mill founded in the late 17th century, and currently located in a building constructed in 1886. The white corn meal[1] is used in a traditional Rhode Island food, johnny cakes and the annual Johnny Cake Festival is held in Usquepaug.[2]

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Media related to Usquepaug, Rhode Island at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 41°30′11″N 71°36′32″W / 41.50306°N 71.60889°W / 41.50306; -71.60889