Annisquam Light From E.J. Lefavour

E.J. writes-

Did you know that Annisquam Harbor Light Station, formerly known as Wigwam Point (a name that stems from the long use of the point as a summer gathering place for local Indians), was first built in 1801 at a cost of $2,000 and is now one of the oldest light stations in Massachusetts; and that the little white stone house was used to store oil to light the lamp in the tower?


Painting- E.J. Lefavour Khan Studio

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2 Responses to Annisquam Light From E.J. Lefavour

  1. Dani Lubbers says:

    Our friends live there! :)

  2. What an incredible place to live – out there on the edge being whipped and thrashed by the wind and waves, especially on a night like tonight – but what a view!

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