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  • Nantucket’s Iconic Main Street Fountain Is Back

    On March 4 of 2020, Nantucket lost a beloved artifact when a motorist (reportedly suffering from glare) struck and broke the iconic fountain that stood on Main Street for more than a century. The post Nantucket’s Iconic Main Street Fountain Is Back appeared first on Yesterdays Island, Todays Nantucket.

  • NHA Publishes Bio of Nantucket Reformer

    The Nantucket Historical Association (NHA) is pleased to announce the release of Disturber of Tradition: A Portrait of Anna Gardner, a biography written by island resident Barbara Ann White and published by the NHA. Anna Gardner (1816–1901) was a Nantucket edu cator, writer, abolitionist, and suffragist. A lifelong advocate of … The post NHA Publishes Bio of Nantucket Reformer appeared first on Yesterdays Island, Todays Nantucket.

  • Growing Up in Sconset

    Being 18-years-old in the summer of 1970 brought a tension that young men today do not have to face: the draft lottery. The United States was in the midst of the Vietnam War, and on July 1, 1970, numbers were drawn to determine who would be drafted into miliary service. The post Growing Up in Sconset appeared first on Yesterdays Island, Todays Nantucket.

  • NHA Opens Inspiring New Exhibit

    A new exhibit in the Nantucket Whaling Museum tells the story of inspiring individuals who moved Nantucket—and the nation—towards a more just and equitable distribution of political power. It begins with a simple will written in 1710 that endowed a formerly enslaved man with property and continues to the enactment of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution in 1920 that granted voting rights to women. The post NHA Opens Inspiring New Exhibit appeared first on Yesterdays Island, Todays Nantucket.

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