Vineyard genealogy contains few individual records as intriguing as that of Harlow Crosby, a farmer, resident of Farm Neck.
A blackout illustrated in a shocking manner the dependency of the Island and surrounding area on electricity.
The first presidential election reported in the columns of the Vineyard Gazette was that of 1848.
There had been many misgivings about women voting and about women in office, but Mrs. Beetle by sheer ability showed how silly they were.
From the October 30, 1986 edition of the Vineyard Gazette: Few old New England communities have as rich a lore in ghosts as the Vineyard.
The history of salvage operations around the Vineyard goes back to well-nigh the beginning of the Island’s history.
Surprising, even perplexing historical facts are to be found in the census for Martha’s Vineyard for 1850
Early Vineyard orchard trees were raised from seedlings or the seeds themselves, brought from England.
Chappaquiddick-born John H. Pease first went to sea in 1812 on the whaleship Thames of New Haven.