African-American History on NantucketFall 1992

Volume 40 No. 3


  • What’s News at the NHA (p. 43)
  • The Brotherhood of Thieves Riot of 1842 by Susan F. Beegel (p. 45)
  • “I will take to the water”: Frederick Douglass, the Sea, and the Nantucket Whale Fishery by Nathaniel Philbrick (p. 49)
  • We couldn’t do it without you… (p. 54)
  • Recognition of Our Committed Supporters (p. 56)
  • Museum Support Center Capital Campaign (p. 58)
  • The Integration of Nantucket Public Schools by Barbara White (p. 59)
  • Items of Interest (p. 63)
  • The Museum Shop (p. 64)

The Nantucket Historical Association preserves and interprets the history of Nantucket through its programs, collections, and properties, in order to promote the island’s significance and foster an appreciation of it among all audiences.

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