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Nantucket is 26 miles at sea, a tiny spit of sand off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, with the Atlantic Ocean and Nantucket Sound defining its borders. It sits at latitude 41 degrees 15′ 22″ north, and longitude 70 degrees 7′ 56″ west. Just under 15 miles long and three and a half miles wide, much of life on the island is defined by the waters that surround it.
It is a place, wrote Herman Melville in his classic novel “Moby Dick,” made an utter island by the ocean, that to the very chairs and tables small clams will sometimes be found adhering, as if to the backs of sea turtles. But these extravaganzas only show that Nantucket is no Illinois.”
A century after Melville penned his tale of madness and whaling, Nantucket is still unlike anywhere else. Maybe it is a history so seeped into the very soil that one cannot help but come in contact with it.
It is likely that the first Europeans to discover Nantucket were the Norsemen in the tenth or eleventh century. Then in 1602, Bartholomew Gosnold sighted the island while on a voyage, and since then has been credited with “discovering Nantucket.”
When the first white settlers arrived, they found the Natick tribe living on the island. Thomas Mayhew and his son had been deeded the island by the Earl of Sterling, and purchased from the Indians what were called the “Sachem rights” to a large portion of the island in 1659. Soon after, Mayhew sold the rights to the island to nine purchasers, keeping 1/20th share for himself. A few months later 10 more purchasers bought in, so that by 1660 the island was owned by 20 men, known thereafter as “the Proprietors.” The first permanent white settlers were 10 families from Salisbury.

The original settlement was located about two miles west of where Nantucket town is today. It was called Sherburne, near what is now known as Capaum Pond. Back then Capaum Pond was a small harbor, but when its entrance silted up, the settlers removed their houses, stick by stick, and moved two miles to the northeast to the town’s present location. It was not named Nantucket until 1795. It would not be long before the name Nantucket meant whaling around the world.
You can walk the cobblestone streets downtown, in the early morning or at dusk and hear the echoes of the past. You can stop in at the Nantucket Historical Association’s Whaling Museum and see the artifacts of that past. Today’s island is a place given over to those reflections.

By the Civil War, whaling and Nantucket were no longer synonymous. Today there is a small scallop industry, and only a handful of people here who make a living at commercial fishing. The former fishing villages of Madaket, on the west end of the island, and ‘Sconset, on the east end, are now places to watch a sunset or stroll down rose-lined lanes. Today tourism and Nantucket’s status as a world class resort reflect the island and its business.
The island has become an exclusive summer destination, and the major industries are tourism and the construction of multi-million dollar summer homes. As that part of the economy grows, the sky-high cost of living has driven more than a few islanders to the mainland. The pages of The Inquirer and Mirror, Nantucket’s newspaper since 1821, are filled with the issues that will define Nantucket’s future.
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