Historic Nantucket

African-American History on Nantucket, Fall 1992
Featuring articles by Susan F. Beegel, Nathaniel Philbrick, and Barbara White


African-American Women in Nineteenth-Century Nantucket: Wives, Modistes, and Visionaries
by Gloria Davis Goode
Historic Nantucket, Winter 1992, p 76


Mary Ellen Pleasant: Mother of Civil Rights in California
by Susheel Bibbs
Historic Nantucket, Spring 1995, p 9


The African Meeting House
by Helen Seager
Historic Nantucket, Fall 1996, p.154


Speaking African Nantucketers’ Names Once More
by Frances Karttunen
Historic Nantucket, Spring 1998, p. 39


The African Meeting House
by Helen Seager
Historic Nantucket, Winter 2001, p. 23


Historic NantucketBlack–White Relations on Nantucket from 1773 to 1863
by Robert Johnson Jr.
Historic Nantucket, Spring 2002, p. 5


Seizing Agency: Black Nantucket and the Abolitionist Press, 1832-48
by Justin A. Pariseau
Historic Nantucket, Fall 2003, p. 11

 


Summering in Windsor Cottage
by Isabel C. Stewart
Historic Nantucket, Summer 2004, p. 5


Cover of Historic Nantucket feturing A teen and older man seated on historic staircase.The Portrait of Absalom Boston
by Frances Ruley Karttunen
Historic Nantucket, Winter 2006, p. 11


Cover of Historic Nantucket feturing a women standing behind a sign reading Boat to America.Freedom on Nantucket: The Reverend James Crawford and William Benjamin Gould
by Helen Hannon
Historic Nantucket, Winter 2008, p. 5


Historic Nantucket Fall 2008Mutiny on the Potomac: Race and conflict in the New England Whale Fishery
by Justin A. Pariseau
Historic Nantucket, Fall 2008, p. 5


Historic Nantucket Fall 2013Sampson Dyer Portrait of a Nantucket Mariner
by Elizabeth Oldham
Historic Nantucket, Fall 2013, p.19


Historic Nantucket Summer 2017Island History: Teachers at the African School
by Frances Ruley Karttunen
Historic Nantucket, Summer 2017, p.12


Cover of Historic Nantucket magizine with a collage of historic portraits.Social Activism in Nineteenth-Century Nantucket
by M. Chris Manning
Historic Nantucket, Summer 2018, p.26

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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