Lighthouse Digest March-April 2022 Electronic Version


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Inside the March-April 2022 edition

Many untold and forgotten stories that will not be found anywhere else, such as:

  • New Point Comfort Lighthouse in Virginia Removed from the Doomsday List
  • The Not so lonely lighthouse keeper of Anacapa Island, California
  • Point Vicente Light Awarded Honors – from the L.A. Times
  • The Amazing Life and Times of Chauncey Sheldon of Michigan’s Pointe Aux Barques Lighthouse
  • Jones Point Lighthouse, Virginia, Endangered Again
  •  The National Orange Show of 1926 and It’s Lighthouses
  • Servicing the White Shoal Lighthouse
  • Boston Light Declared Endangered
  • New Jersey’s Abscecon Lighthouse Honors Volunteer
  • Light Keeper, John Duffy’s Furniture Returned to Michigan Lighthouse
  • Letters from a Lighthouse: The Wolves of Grand Manan Canada
  • Swan’s Island (Burnt Coat Harbor Light, Maine) Celebrates Sesquicentennial
  • Regular columns: Wickie’s Wisdom, From the Commodore, From the Archives, From the Bulletin, In Memoriam, Doomsday List, Keeper’s Korner, and Photos of Interest
  • And . . . so much more.

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