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.
For the first time in the history of the commonwealth, women sat on the jury of state court.
The Vineyard’s annual fishing derby is on, with its traditional excitement.
The weather is undoubtedly fall these days, by feel, by looks, by smell.
On this 30th year of our occupancy of the Old Mill, Mrs. Roberts has asked me to give a bit of background.