Vineyard Gazette
The student of Vineyard history, at least such history as has been published, will recognize the fact that it was largely through the clergy that things were accomplished during the first hundred
African American History
Oscar E Denniston
Bradley Memorial Church
Denniston House


Sailing to Freedom, a new exhibit at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, tells the story of the Underground Railroad’s lesser known sea routes and their connection to Martha’s Vineyard.


Peggy King Jorde, an expert on African burial grounds, has dedicated her life to ensuring memories of the disenfranchised are kept alive.


An exhibit titled And Still We Rise: Race Culture and Visual Conversations, includes more than 40 quilts and is on display at the Mariposa Museum and World Culture Center in Oak Bluffs.

Many contributors to black history weren’t black. Take the abolitionists, for example.

This is the unusual story of the unlikely relationship between two families.


On Sunday Grace Church became the 28th site on the African American Heritage Trail.