From the Vineyard Gazette editions of February, 1968: The prospect of a 40 per cent reduction in weekend seats and of a 20 per cent reduction in...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of Feb. 1978: The Island rocked back in a matter of hours from its two-round fight with the storm that left most...
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of Aug. 24, 1874: On the afternoon of Saturday last the Island Home was described coming down the bay toward Katama...
Excerpts from town columns of the Vineyard Gazette of January 1890: Gay Head: The fisherman who have been fishing the past season at Noman’s Land...
From Feb. 6, 1948 article by Joseph Chase Allen: It is probable that not in many a year has a winter excited so much comment as the present one, and...
From the Feb. 1, 1991 column by Arthur Railton: You’re getting old if you can remember when: You came to the Vineyard on a steamer, not a ferry, and...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of January, 1955: The first of the three town meetings on the regional school issue — those in Tisbury and Oak...
The first exports from New England to Europe were two cargoes of sassafras, gathered by Martin Pring and his company on Martha’s Vineyard and the...
The year 1977 will be remembered for its great winter freeze and as a time when the Vineyard tried and failed to secede from the Commonwealth of...

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