Hidden history implies a bit of mystery, digging into the unknown. That's what's fun about A Hidden History of Martha's Vineyard. We look into Island topics not usually discussed: Graveyards. Underground Railroad. Island names. Unusual buildings. Shipwrecks.
Sure, we know a little about these topics, but this book uncovers the mystery and lesser known events and experiences associated with the topics listed.
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HIDDEN HISTORY OF MARTHA'S VINEYARD
Hidden History of Martha's Vineyard was published by the History Press on April 17, 2017. It is brimming with little-known intriguing details. A fun read, if I say so myself.
Link to a radio interview, broadcast April 6, 2017, on The Point with Mindy Todd: http://capeandislands.org/post/hidden-history-marthas-vineyard#stream/0
From Lila Norris in the Vineyard Gazette: https://vineyardgazette.com/news/2017/04/20/new-book-shines-light-vineyards-hidden-history
And here's a review of Hidden History in the Martha's Vineyard Times: http://www.mvtimes.com/2017/04/26/shipwrecks-and-slavery/
Hidden History of Martha's Vineyard is available on Amazon or order a signed copy delivered to your door, on Island, for only $20!
YES, there was a presence for the Underground Railroad on Martha's Vineyard.
More than thirty cemeteries are scattered across the Vineyard.
The topic of a hidden or undiscovered history offers an intriguing glimpse into our past. Lots of unusual experiences were uncovered in the research for this book. Look for it. In the meantime, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Get your autographed copy today!