The feeling of peace is still at Wasque, but now it is that uneasy peace that follows great upheavals, for the sea has pounded in, has gnawed and...
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of Feb. 16, 1973:
Great is the fame of Martha’s Vineyard as the breeding place of geese, but an entirely new chapter has been added to the already long history of...
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...
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of Jan. 25, 1985: The computer age has come to the Edgartown Free Public Library. Actually, it arrived quietly in...
Time totters on, and almost any day now — the word “day” being used in its Genesis or geological sense — the Islander will stop his car on the...
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of January 5, 1940: The first real snowfall of winter began Friday night and continued through Saturday morning,...
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of Jan. 5, 1940: It was New Year’s Eve, and Vineyard Haven slept or celebrated according to time-honored practice....
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of Dec. 17, 1948: A matter of a few hours may well alter the overall picture of the Island Christmas, but as this...

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