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Star Island A clickable list of our expanding series of Isles of Shoals maps for scholars, tourists and the merely curious.

MAP ONE:
Modern Island Overview
List of nine island with current names and clickable descriptions. Part of the SeacoastNH.com TOURING map series.

MAP TWO:
Coastline Map (1873)
A thin overview map from northern Massachusetts to Cape Neddick in Maine
From "The Isles of Shoals: An Historical sketch"
By John Scribner Jenness, Riverside Press, 1873
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MAP THREE:
Detailed Isles of Shoals Map (1873)
Notice that Appledore is called Hog Island during this period and that Seaveys and Malaga are not labeled. In closeup you can see clear details on Smuttynose, Hogg and Star.
From "The Isles of Shoals: An Historical sketch"
By John Scribner Jenness, Riverside Press, 1873
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MAP FOUR:
Smuttynose in 1870s
From "Sprays of Salt: Reminiscences of a Native Shoaler"
Peter Randall Publishing, 1997 (Reprint of 1944)
A crude hand drawn map showing the author's recollection of houses on the Isles during his childhood days there

MAP FIVE:
John Smith First Map of New England (1616)
The original map of the region that started the Euorpean colonization of New England. Smith names the Isles of Shoals "Smith Isles" after himself.

STAY TUNED:
We expect to add more maps as we obtain them.
© 1999 SeacoastNH.com

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