Now Available!: Martha's Vineyard in the American Revolution Pick up a copy today! Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday January 5, 2022 - Interview with The Point on WCAI to be aired
Wednesday, January 26, 2022 - noon with MV Rotary Friday, February 11, 2022 - 1 pm Zoom with Anchors of Edgartown
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Spirit of Liberty Woodcut by Charles Banks, 1911. Courtesy of the Martha's Vineyard Museum.
The tale of the Liberty Pole, destroyed in April 1778 by three young women, exemplifies heroines of the Vineyard in the Revolution. For years the story was considered a myth. However, five years ago diligent research proved that it did indeed take place.
Tom Dresser, enjoying his mid-life chassis, a 1948 Jeepster.
Tom Dresser, hawking his wares, at the Tisbury Street Fair, July 8, 2013. Photo by Shelley Moore Christiansen.
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