Friday, February 17, 2012

Who Knew? A National Historical Marker Database

There, apparently, is a national historical marker database. It's online (of course) at And (also, of course) Eastham has a few markers listed. I found some very recent entries for the stone marker at the Eastham Windmill, 2 markers at First Encounter Beach, and a link to an Orleans marker near Rock Harbor. Two great features of the database is are a complete transcription of the marker's text and links to the supporting history of the event/location. (Thank you Rod).

Check out the info for the Eastham Windmill here.  

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