This is the story of one who has lived always in the eternal silence, nearly three-quarters of a century without ever hearing the sound of human...
A quantity of customs house records, all that can be found of the invaluable files of the former Edgartown customs house, have been acquired by the...
That the world’s lone heath hen, Martha’s Vineyard’s most famous resident, was still alive September 13, is vouched for by Dr. John A.
A few years ago a newspaper cartoonist, who was portraying the childhood beginnings of many noted figures in American life, depicted William M....
At various times in recent years the name of Captain Isaac C. Norton has figured in print. The captain is one of those remarkable characters who...
Public attention is continually drawn to the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, the only public institution of its kind in the county.
The first powwow to be held on Gay Head since the days of King Philip took place in that town last night, and the flavor and spirit of those ancient...
The sale of the Uncatena comes as no great surprise. She has not been needed for some time, even as an extra boat, and the sight of her at her berth...
Bequest to the Dukes County Historical Society by Miss Ethelinda Mayhew of the historic Squire Cooke house which was her home in Edgartown, became...
Editors of the Vineyard Gazette (Dear sir or Madam, as the circulars say):
Not many Vineyarders have heard of the “King’s Highway” or know that any such road exists on the Island. King’s Highway, or “Hie” Way, as it was in...
Lorenzo Jeffers, descendant of Mittark, the last Island Indian chief, was duly elected chief of his tribe at a meeting held at Gay Head last week.

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