Category: History

Grist for the Mill

Every spring, for thousands of years, the sites of the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History and the Stony Brook…

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Gunkholing: We Had A Party In His Honor

In February, if my father was alive, he would have turned 100-years-old. Several of us, starting with my nephew Chris…

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Cape Cod Cowboy: General Leonard Wood

Pocasset was the influential childhood home of one of America’s most accomplished figures who was present at some of the…

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400 Years in the Making

Take a trip back in time to the event that shaped our nation, and commemorate those who came before us…

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Gunkholing: It Took About Six Minutes

In 1992, the January issue was dedicated to the historic Hurricane “Bob” that had just ravaged the shoreline of the…

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The Dazzling Curiosity & Ferocity of Winter Storms on Cape Cod

Winter Storms may be a common occurrence for Cape Codders, but they certainly leave their mark. “Blizzard ’05 worst on…

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Meet former Chief Offical White House Photographer Pete Souza

Photographer in Chief Pete Souza’s extraordinary career has put him at the forefront of two presidencies and some of the…

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The story of Barnstable’s James and Mercy Otis

Brother & Sister Of Liberty West Barnstable’s own James and Mercy Otis played integral roles in the founding of America…

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Do you love Harwich?!

Village Life: The Heart of Harwich The Soul of the Seaside Located on the Cape’s southern edge overlooking Nantucket Sound,…

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