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Lighthouses of the East Coast

Lighthouses of the East Coast
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Lighthouses of the East Coast
Charted for Needlework
Design by: Tidewater Originals; Needlepoint and Cross Stitch Graphics
Virgiia C. Creekman

From the oldest in the US (Sandy Hook, NJ) to the tallest (Cape Hatteras, NC), the lighthouses of the East Coast march from Maine down to Floida. Over 120 of these imposing sentinels guard our coast line and provide navigational aid to ships on the high seas. Some are no longer in use; some are no longer standing; but those remaining are spectacular monuments to a nation's very real concern with marine safety. Obviously, it was not possible to include all our great East Coast lighthouses in this publication, but we have done some from each state along the Atlantic Coast except for Marylad, which has no ocean coast lighthouses.

Includes chart for 28 lighthouses: West Quaddy Head, ME; Pemaquid Point, ME; Isles of Shoals, NH; Minats Ledge, ME; Sankaty Head, MA; Gay Head, MA; Point Judith, RI; Black Island SE, RI; New London Ledge, CT; Montauk Point, NY; Fire Island, NY; Sandy Hook, NJ; Cape May, NJ; Fenwick Island, DE; Assateague, VA; Cape Henry, VA; Currituck Beach, NC; Cape Hatteras, NC; Cape Lookout, NC; Oak Island, NC; Georgetown, SC; Charleston, SC; Tybee Island, GA; St Simons Islad, GA; St. Augustine, FL; Ponce de Leon Inlet, FL; Jupiter Inlet, FL; Fowey Rocks, FL

Plus DMC thread chart for each lighthouse, Color comparison chart for DMC to Anchor
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Last Major Update Apr 2018