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  • Subject contains "Shorelines"

Date: 1895
Description: Surf crashes on the beach ahead of Galloupe's and Jeffrey's Points

Description: Woodbury's Point from the end of Woodbury Street

Description: Burgess Point (Lynch Park) as seen from Woodbury Beach

Description: Woodbury Beach as seen from Woodbury's Point

Description: Woodbury Beach as seen from Woodbury's Point

Description: View of Woodbury's Point from Dane Street Beach

Description: View of Dane Street Beach looking west from Woodbury's Point

Description: Surf along the coast of Beverly Farms

Description: Lee's Point from West Beach, Beverly Farms

Description: Shoreline looking east along the shore in Prides Crossing

Description: Shoreline from Plum Cove Point looking east along the shore in Prides Crossing

Description: View of Woodbury's Point looking east from Lyons Park / Dane Street Beach

Description: Mingo Beach, Hale Street, looking west. Mingo Beach was named for the slave Robin Mingo who was promised his freedom if the tide ever went low enough to walk to Aunt Becky's Ledge, just offshore. …[More]

Description: Mingo Beach, Hale Street, looking west. Mingo Beach was named for the slave Robin Mingo who was promised his freedom if the tide ever went low enough to walk to Aunt Becky's Ledge, just offshore. It…[More]

Description: Mingo Beach, Hale Street, looking east. Mingo Beach was named for the slave Robin Mingo who was promised his freedom if the tide ever went low enough to walk to Aunt Becky's Ledge, just offshore. …[More]

Description: Mingo Beach, Hale Street, looking east. Mingo Beach was named for the slave Robin Mingo who was promised his freedom if the tide ever went low enough to walk to Aunt Becky's Ledge, just offshore. It…[More]

Description: Mingo Beach, Hale Street, looking east. Mingo Beach was named after the slave Robin Mingo who was promised his freedom if the tide ever went low enough to walk to Aunt Becky's Ledge, just offshore. …[More]

Description: Mingo Beach, Hale Street, looking east. Mingo Beach was named after a slave named Robin Mingo, who was promised his freedom if the tide ever went low enough to walk to Aunt Becky's Ledge, just…

Description: Mingo Beach, Hale Street, looking west. Mingo beach was named for a slave named Robin Mingo, who was promised his freedom if the tide ever went low enough to walk to Aunt Becky's Ledge just offshore.…[More]

Description: Curtis Point from Brackenbury Beach