Author: James P. Freeman

James P. Freeman is a New England-based writer. He is a former columnist with the Cape Cod Times and New Boston Post. His work has also appeared in the Providence Journal, The Cape Codder, newenglanddiary.com, golocalprov.com, nationalreview.com, and insidesources.com.


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A look at the rich history of Baxter’s

The Baxter name holds a storied, and lasting, legacy  With thick fog lifting off a placid morning harbor over a…

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Celebrating the life and work of Cape Cod writer, historian and character, Noel Beyle

Celebrating the work of Noel Beyle He sold books and bravado. He relished in humor and history. And he frequently…

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Ever wonder how the Cape Cod Canal came to be?

August Perry Belmont Jr. was a product of his age, in an age that needed his products. The Gilded Age—a…

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A Mecca of Glaze & Haze: The Cape Cod Coliseum

Lost Sailor “Hear the sea birds cryin’ and there’s a ghost wind blowing And it’s calling you, to that misty…

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Poseidon’s fury is Liam’s fate

Though battered and bruised, Nauset Beach remains an iconic presence on Cape Cod In Homer’s “Odyssey,” Poseidon, god of the…

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