Location: Nantucket, Nantucket, Massachusetts, United States
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Nantucket, A History
- by Robert Alexander Douglas-Lithgow, M.D., LL.D. (1846-1917)
- Formerly Vice-President and Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society of Literature of Great Britain and Ireland; Life Fellow of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland; Member of the Anthropological Society of Washington, etc. Author of "Dictionary of American Indian Place and Proper Names of New England", "Heredity: A Study", etc.
- published by G.P Putnam's Sons, New York and London, 1914
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Table of Contents
- Chapter I. The geology and phisiography of Nantucket
- Chapter II. Legends, Discovery, and Amerind, Place-Names
- Chapter III. The Aborigines
- Chapter IV. The White Settlers and the Settlement
- Chapter V. The Early Development of the Island
- Chapter VI. The Nantucket Whale Fishery
- Chapter VII. Quakerism in Nantucket
- Chapter VIII. Nantucket Records
- Chapter IX. The Nineteenth Century
- Chapter X The Nineteenth Century, continued
- Chapter XI. Some Early Dwellings in Nantucket
- Chapter XII. Eminent Nantucketers
- Chapter XIII. The Nantucket Flora
- Chapter XIV. Villages, Districts, etc.
- Chapter XV. "Quaint Nantucketers"
- Chapter XVI. Life-Saving Service and Wrecks
- Chapter XVII. The Island Steamers
- Chapter XVIII. The Newspapers of Nantucket
- Chapter XIX. In the Dredge-Net
- Chapter XX. Chronological Data, 1602-1912
- Index, Page 381
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