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The Collins Cottages Historic District is a historic district encompassing a summer cottage resort in southern Eastham, Massachusetts. It consists of a group of small cottages built by Lewis and Bernard Collins in 1928-29 on a parcel of land on the shore of Town Cove, and were typical of a type of accommodation offered to tourists of the time. The property is located northeast of the Orleans rotary, and is accessed via a section of the old state highway. The cottages continue to be operated as s...
 
Unitarian Universalist churches in Massachusetts, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Churches completed in 1834, 19th-century Unitarian Universalist church buildings, Museums in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, History museums in Massachusetts, Universalist Church of America churches, Greek Revival architecture in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Barnst...
The Cove Burying Ground is an historic cemetery located just south of MA 6 and Corliss Way in Eastham, Massachusetts. It is Easthams oldest cemetery, dating to c. 1646. It was laid out not long after the towns first meeting house was built nearby. Although there are no graves marked with 17th-century markers, it is virtually certain that some of Easthams early settlers are buried here. It was the towns only burying ground until the establishment in 1720 of the Bridge Road Cemetery. Cove Burying ...
Nickerson State Park is a 1,900-acre (770 ha) state park located on Cape Cod near Brewster, Massachusetts. It was the first state park in Massachusetts, named after Roland Nickerson. Nickerson, born in Brewster, left the area and made a fortune in building the Topeka and Sante Fe Railroad, and when he returned to Brewster, built the sumptuous estate on the north side of Route 6a, formerly used as the LaSallette missionary, now owned by Ocean Edge. In 1934, Nickersons wife donated the land on the...
The Bridge Road Cemetery is an historic cemetery on Bridge Road in Eastham, Massachusetts. It is a roughly 1.4-acre (0.57 ha) rectangular parcel on the west side of Bridge Road. The cemetery was established in 1720, and marks the location of the towns second meeting house. It was the second cemetery established in the town, after the Cove Burying Ground. The cemetery was in use from 1720 until the late 1880s; its earliest dated grave is marked 1754. Most of the burials took place between 1770 (w...
The Fort Hill Rural Historic District is a historic district encompassing two farmsteads with more than 200 years of history in Eastham, Massachusetts. The district is a 100-acre (40 ha) area of forest, fields, and salt marshes that was owned by the Knowles and Penninman families from 1742 to 1941. It has been part of the Cape Cod National Seashore since 1961. The area is dominated by the rise called Fort Hill, which provides extensive views of the area and has its own rich history. The district...
Historic districts in Massachusetts, Historic district contributing properties in Massachusetts, Cape Cod National Seashore, National Historic Landmarks in Massachusetts, Archaeological sites in Massachusetts, Eastham, Massachusetts, Archaeological sites on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Wikipedia articles incorporating text from the National Park Ser...
The Nickerson Mansion is a historic house at 2871 Main Street in Brewster, Massachusetts. The large mansion was built in 1907 by Addie Nickerson and her son Samuel on the foundation of a c. 1880s mansion built by Addie and her husband Roland. The buildings interior was lavishly appointed with Italian marble and hand-carved woodwork. The Nickersons owned the property until 1945, when it was purchased by the Missionaries of La Salette, who used it as a seminary. It is now one of the centerpieces o...

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The Eastham Center Historic District is a historic district encompassing the main village center of Eastham, Massachusetts. This village center grew around the railroad station, which was built in 1870. The arrival of the railroad resulted in a shift of economic and civic activity from the old town center, a short way to the north. Prominent buildings in the district include the Town Hall (2500 State Highway), a Colonial Revival structure built in 1912, the Library (190 Samoset Road), built in 1...
Historic district contributing properties in Massachusetts, Windmills completed in 1808, Industrial buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Smock mills in the United States, Museums in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Mill museums in Massachusetts, Eastham, Massachusetts, Windmills in the United States, Agricultural buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places, Flour mills in the United States, Octagonal buildings in the Uni...
 
 The Old Town Center Historic District is a historic district roughly along Locust Public Rd. and Salt Pond Road in Eastham, Massachusetts. The district encompasses Easthams original town center, with a cluster of well-preserved 18th- and 19th-century buildings. The area served as the towns civic center due to its proximity to Salt Pond, which provided access to the Atlantic Ocean, and was a major transportation route. (Most of the district is now separated from Salt Pond by US Route 6, a four-la...
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The Brewster Old Kings Highway Historic District is a historic district encompassing much of Massachusetts Route 6A and portions of some adjacent roads in Brewster, Massachusetts, which was known as the Old Kings Highway during colonial times. The center of Brewster grew around the junction of the Old Kings Highway and Harwich Road (now Massachusetts Route 124), with its first church built there in 1700 (the current church is a Greek Revival structure built in 1834), and a nearby burying ground ...
The Stony Brook-Factory Village Historic District is a historic district encompassing one of largest and best-preserved industrial villages in Barnstable County, Massachusetts. It is centered on Stony Brook, a stream that flows north into Cape Cod Bay in western Brewster. The industrial power of the stream was recognized in the 17th century, and was actively used into the late 19th century. The 85-acre (34 ha) district is centered on the junction of Satucket Road and Stony Brook Road, radiating ...

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The French Cable Hut is a historic building in Cape Cod National Seashore, near the Nauset Beach Light in Eastham, Massachusetts. Built in 1891, the hut formed a linkage point in the transatlantic telegraph cable of the French Cable Company connecting the cable, where it came ashore near the present site to its main station in Orleans. After the cable was abandoned in 1932, the hut was adapted for residential use. It has since been restored to its turn-of-the-century appearance by the National P...
 
Historic districts in Massachusetts, Transport infrastructure completed in 1914, Buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Telecommunications buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, National Register of Historic Places in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Chatham, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from February 2014, All articles needing additional references, Commons cate...The Marconi-RCA Wireless Receiving Station is a historic district at the junction of Old Comers Rd. and Orleans Rd. in Chatham, Massachusetts. It and its companion transmitter station at Marion were used for WCC, the busiest ship to shore radio station for most of the 20th century, replacing the original WCC site in South Wellfleet. The district includes eight red brick buildings constructed by Marconi in 1914 to house the stations operations; it was listed on the National Register of Historic P...
 
 
Smock mills in the United States, Industrial buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Industrial buildings completed in 1795, Buildings and structures in Barnstable, Massachusetts, Visitor attractions in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Octagonal buildings in the United States, Grinding mills in Massachusetts, Barnstable County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, H...
 
 
The Dillingham House is a historic house on Main Street (Massachusetts Route 6A) in Brewster, Massachusetts. It is located just northeast of Main Streets junction with Newcomb Road. The oldest portion of this 2-1- 2 story timber-frame saltbox is said to date to about 1659, making it one of the oldest buildings on Cape Cod. The saltbox style, although common in other parts of Massachusetts, is also quite rare on the Cape. The house was probably built by Joseph Wing, and was purchased by John Dill...
Chatham Municipal Airport (ICAO: KCQX, FAA LID: CQX) is a public airport located two miles (3 km) northwest of the central business district of Chatham, a town in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. The airport is owned by the Town of Chatham. It has a full-service FBO (Cape Cod Flying Circus) and maintenance facility in their main building (Stick N Rudder Aero Maintenance). The flight school and sightseeing is operated by Cape Aerial Tours. There is also a restaurant Hangar B, a sm...

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1710s ships, 1984 archaeological discoveries, Age of Sail ships, Archaeological sites in Massachusetts, Beninese-American history, Gambian-American history, Maritime incidents in 1717, Maritime folklore, Pirate ships, Provincetown, Massachusetts, Senegalese-American history, Shipwrecks of the Massachusetts coast, Slave ships, Thames-built ships, Treasure from shipwrecks, Underwater archaeology, Wellfleet, Massachusetts, Ships attacked and captured by pirates, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on W...The Whydah Gally (commonly known simply as the Whydah or Whidah, and rarely, written as Whidaw, or Whido), pronounced wi-duh, was a fully rigged galley ship that was originally built as a passenger, cargo, and slave ship. On the return leg of its maiden voyage of the triangle trade, it began a new role in the Golden Age of Piracy, when it was captured by the pirate Captain Black Sam Bellamy, and was refitted as his flagship. Two months later, on April 26, 1717, the Whydah ran aground and capsize...
 
Chatham, Massachusetts, Railway stations on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Old Colony Railroad Stations on Cape Cod, Stations along Old Colony Railroad lines, Queen Anne architecture in Massachusetts, Railway stations opened in 1887, Railway stations closed in 1937, Buildings and structures in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Defunct railway stations in Massachusetts, Museums in Barnstable Coun...
Camp Wellfleet is a former United States military training camp. It occupies about 1,738 acres (7.03 km2) of land located along the Atlantic Ocean in the Town of Wellfleet, Massachusetts. The 548th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion (75mm Gun) used the Camp for a firing range from 1954-1956. The majority of the site (1,688.8 acres) is owned and maintained by the National Park Service, as the administrator of the Cape Cod National Seashore. The Town of Wellfleet owns a portion (49.2 acres) of the s...
 
 
The Port Royal House is a historic house at 606 Main Street in Chatham, Massachusetts. The two story wood frame house was built in 1863 by Seth Eldredge, a ships captain. The Italianate villa was reportedly based on a house in Port Royal, Jamaica seen by Captain Eldredge, who acquired its plans and had it copied. It has a low-pitch hip roof whose eave is decorated with paired brackets, the corners have paneled piasters, and a single-story porch extends across the front, supported by fluted colum...
 
Harwich- �h�rwɪt�- is a New England town on Cape Cod, in Barnstable County in the state of Massachusetts in the United States. At the 2010 census it had a population of 12,243. The town is a popular vacation spot, located near the Cape Cod National Seashore. Harwichs beaches are on the Nantucket Sound side of Cape Cod. Harwich has three active harbors. Saquatucket, Wychmere and Allen Harbors are all in Harwich Port. The town of Harwich includes the villages of Pleasant Lake, West Harwich,...

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 The Atwood House Museum in Chatham, Massachusetts is a property of the Chatham Historical Society which, in 1926, purchased the property of Captain Joseph Atwood (1720�1794) to protect the property and to display and preserve articles and documents related to Chathams history. The portion of the museum which is the original house was built about 1752 and is the oldest existing structure in Chatham. The museum has been open to the public since the purchase and is available to visitors from mid-...
The Townsend House is a historic house at 290 Paine Hollow Road in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. The 1-1- 2 story full Cape style wood frame house was built in 1804, probably by Doctor James Townsend, whose descendants owned the house well into the 20th century. The most notable resident was Samuel Campbell, an English engineer who worked with Guglielmo Marconi on the transatlantic wireless facilities in Wellfleet. The house is notable as a particularly little-altered example of the style, with deta...
The Old Village Historic District is predominantly residential historic district encompassing the old village center of Chatham, Massachusetts. The Old Village occupies the southeast corner of the town where it is framed by Main Street and Holway Street (north), Bridge Street and Bearse�s Lane (south), Chatham Harbor (east) and Mill Pond and Little Mill Pond (west). The houses of the district represent a cross section of architectural development in the town, with houses dating from c. 1730 to...
The Half Way House is a historic shelter for shipwrecked mariners on Andrew Harding Lane in Chatham, Massachusetts. This small shed-like structure was probably built in the late 19th century, and originally stood opposite the Old Harbor U.S. Life Saving Station. It may have been one of a number of such shelters erected by the Massachusetts Humane Society to provide protection for shipwrecked mariners, and is probably the last of its type. It was blown down in a 1944 hurricane, and moved to a loc...
The Paine Hollow Road South Historic District is a residential historic district roughly along Paine Hollow Road, and Raywid Way in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. It consists of a cluster of seven 19th-century residences centered just north of Paine Hollow Roads junction with Pleasant Point Road and Baker Road, including one house on Baker Road and one on Rayvid Way. All seven houses were built by members of the locally prominent Paine family in the mid-19th century, and are predominantly Greek Reviv...
 
Cape Cod National Seashore, Buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Telecommunications buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, Infrastructure completed in 1901, Wellfleet, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Barnstable County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, All ...The Marconi Wireless Station Site in South Wellfleet, Massachusetts is the site of the first transatlantic wireless communication between the United States and Europe. At this location, now in the Cape Cod National Seashore, inventor Guglielmo Marconi erected a large antenna array on four 210-foot (64 m) wooden towers, and established a transmitting station powered by kerosene engines that produced the 25,000 volts of electricity needed to send signals to a similar station in Poldhu, Cornwall, U...
The Pond Hill School is a historic school building at 65 Old Paine Hollow Road (old Route 6) in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. The plain Greek Revival two story schoolhouse was built in 1857, and is the only period schoolhouse in Wellfleet to survive relatively intact. The building served as a schoolhouse until 1880, and was purchased six years later by the South Wellfleet Ladies Social Union. In 1945, with that organization in decline, the property was given to a neighborhood association, which main...
The Hinckleys Corner Historic District, also known as Paine Hollow, is a historic district including three properties located at 0, 25, and 40 Way #112 in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. This small cluster of properties are a representative of the outer Capes life in the 19th century. All three houses are fairly utilitarian 1-1- 2 story Cape style houses, with only modest traces of late Georgian or Federal styling. The oldest house, the Jonathan Young House at 40 Way #112, was built c. 1790-91, and wa...
Harwich Port (also spelled Harwichport) locally known as The Port, is an affluent beach resort and census-designated place (CDP) situated along Nantucket Sound in the town of Harwich in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. It is named after the port of Harwich in Essex, England. As of the 2010 census, the CDP had a population of 1,644. It is a popular vacation spot on Cape Cod and is home to the Wychmere Beach Club. Also, one of its popular mottos is Three Harbors, One Port, referenc...
The Samuel Smith Tavern Site is a historic archeological site in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. It encompasses the remains of a late 17th century tavern operated by Samuel Smith, owner of Great Island, which shelters Wellfleet Harbor. The tavern site is located within the Cape Cod National Seashore, and is accessible via the Great Island Trail. The site was excavate in 1969-70, recovering thousands of artifacts, including clay pipes, drinking artifacts, a harpoon, and a chopping block fashioned from ...
 

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  Orleans is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Orleans in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 1,621 at the 2010 census.  

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