NHA Historic PropertiesSpring/Summer 2014

Volume 64, No. 1

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Windows on the Past
    by William J. Tramposch (p.1)
  • Oldest House: On the edge of the English settlement (p.6)
  • Old Mill: Grinding the Island’s corn (p.12)
  • Macy Christian House: The Town evolves (p.18)
  • 1800 House: The sheriff’s fine home (p.20)
  • Old Gaol: A snug lockup (p.22)
  • Thomas Macy House: Refinement comes to Main Street (p.26)
  • Quaker Meeting House and Fair Street Museum: Rethinking, reusing, restoring (p.30)
  • Hadwen House: The pinnacle of opulence (p.34)
  • Fire Hose Cart House: Last of the neighborhood fire houses (p.39)
  • Greater Light: The artistic life (p.41)
  • Whaling Museum Campus: Telling the stories (p.46)
  • Research Library: Archiving history (p.48)
  • Bartholomew Gosnold Center: A place for everything (p.C3)

The mission of the Nantucket Historical Association is to tell the inspiring stories of Nantucket through its collections, programs, and properties.

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