1 edition of Proceedings of the Nantucket Historical Association found in the catalog.
Proceedings of the Nantucket Historical Association
Nantucket Historical Association
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Gulf Stream chart printed sequentially in London, Paris, After conducting additional research on Franklin, Fol- and Philadelphia, with later versions being copies of the ger, and the three different versions of their Gulf Stream earlier, although with some notable differences. New York: Columbia University Press. These three public buildings were placed on the hill north from No Bottom Pond. Lavin, L. American Quarterly
The Rev. Man in the Northeast Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 47 2 Although one of the first purchasers, he never lived at Nantucket, and about he sold his lands to his sons John and Stephen. Mason, Van Wyck Bermuda's Pequots.
Of the nearly Nantucket vessels employed in the whale fishery in the mid- to late-eighteenth century, nearly half plied their trade in the waters around the Gulf Stream. The two are on the same scale, and when overlaid, the main features— coastlines, islands, the Gulf Stream itself—coincide exactly. Dionis d. It was bounded on the north by the road which is West Chester street extended, and was the first road established, and on the west by land of William Worth. Rollin Manville III at the wheel of the family motor vessel, ca. Although created nearly two and a half centuries ago, the Franklin-Folger chart of the Gulf Stream remains relevant today.
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All his lands were sold to his daughter Bethia Way, who sold the same to William Vaughn. Klyberg, Albert T.
Sayward bought the rights to seven-eighths of the Sarah Parker, retaining most of the crew—including the Gardners—with the intent of transporting timber from Puget Sound to California. For several years after this Tristram, with his sons, held the controlling interest in the Islands he being conceded to be the richest man there except for his son Peter.
With his sons he bought the island of Tuckernuck after trying to have his other associates join in the purchase. A ship having been cast away was salvaged by the people of the Island while he was magistrate and he neglected to make an accounting satisfactory to the Court.
Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society Maria Mitchell is not an anomaly, however. Boston: William White. Relax and enjoy this fantastic recap video from our friends at Yellow Productions! As part of our brand-new NantucketbyDesign fundraising event, this iconic NHA historic property was transformed for a beautiful evening of food, music, dancing, and of course, design.
Tristram Coffin's house lot was a tract of the usual dimensions, bounded on the north by Cappam Harbor. He married Sarah, the daughter of Richard Gardner. Proceedings of the Worcester Society of Antiquity. Also it was ordered at the same meeting that all the Land that is fit for areable land convenient for House lot shall be forthwith measured, that the quantity thereof may be known, which being done, shall be divided by equel preportions, that is to say Four Fifths parts to the owners or purchasers; and the other Fifth unto the Ten other Inhabitants, whereof John Bishop shall have two parts or shares, that is to say of that Fifth part belonging to the Ten Inhabitant.
Indian Names of Places in Plymouth, Massachusetts. I was later astonished to version. Grant, trans. After her death he married two Vineyard women and from them came the other branch.
Init was purchased by the Nantucket Historical Association to house a collection of whaling artifacts donated by Edward F. Reprinted: American Culture Series, Reel John Challenge was frequently before the court for fighting in New York: Garland.The work of the historical association in part is what helps to keep our beautiful island quaint and lovely forever.
Nantucket is a very special place, loved by many but without controls in place and dedicated folks backed by a strong group like the Nantucket Historical Association our lovely island could have become an over developed nightmare/5(55).
Jan 23, · Ocean View House Annex, ca. s (Nantucket Historical Association photo) Harry Lange Burrage () president of the Connecticut Cotton Company and banker, purchased the Ocean View House Annex property in ’Sconset inwith plans to tear down the old four-story building and put up a house in its place.
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Full text of "Nantucket; a history". Apr 20, · For those interested in learning more about the island’s Prohibition times as well as many other nefarious tales lurking in the dark corners of Nantucket history, pick up a copy of Frances Ruley Karttunen’s book, Law and Disorder in Old Nantucket, available at Mitchell’s Book Corner.
Please consider becoming a member of the NHA. Compiler: NHA Research Library, 7 Fair Street, P.O. BoxNantucket, Mass. Jan 02, · Glassdoor has 4 Nantucket Historical Association reviews submitted anonymously by Nantucket Historical Association employees. Read employee reviews and ratings on Glassdoor to decide if Nantucket Historical Association is right for you.5/5(4).