12.01.10

In the classroom and online, schoolchildren are learning multi-layered lessons derived from the Island’s rich whaling heritage.

Moira C. Silva

09.01.10

Twenty-five observations and recollections from the pages of Martha’s Vineyard Magazine.

08.01.10

The beloved Islander, gone now from Vineyard waters for three-and-a-half years, got this writer thinking about the fate of Island ferries from decades past.

Karl Zimmermann

07.01.10

The clashing of these Vineyard titans started more than three centuries ago. We look into the source of the ill will – and whether any remains today.

Nicole Galland

05.01.10

Some things have changed and some have stayed the same since 1987, when the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) became federally recognized.

June Manning

05.01.10

Among the most popular regular features in the magazine are its history stories – no surprise there, when you consider how unique and adventurous the Island’s history is.

Tom Dunlop

05.01.10

Armor. Battle. Punishment. Malicious attacks. These terms come up over and over again in the Martha’s Vineyard Magazine archives. They describe an open-ended war being fought on Vineyard soil, and this time the enemy is not Nantucket – there is far more at stake than a bronze cup. What we are fighting for is our home, and the enemy is Mother Nature – a worthy opponent.

Linley Dolby

05.01.10

1985:- Bass were excluded from the Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby (continued for seven years).- Cable TV came to the Vineyard.

1986- Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank Commission was created.

1987- Wampanoag Tribe gained federal recognition.

1988- Tisbury didn’t renew moped rental licenses for businesses in Vineyard Haven; Oak Bluffs renewed theirs without public discussion.

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