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Stephen Puleo returns to Scituate to discuss his latest book on the efforts to secure some of America's most beloved artifacts during the Second World War.
You think you know this story but you will find a whole new chapter at this event.
An instant classic when it was released, the Tale of the Scituate Lightkeeper's Daughter combines history with life lessons. All of the proceeds from each sale are donated by the author to the Scituate Historical Society.
Come back to the glamor and inventiveness of Thomas W. Lawson by purchasing Beauty, Stength, and Speed. This book captures the glory of Dreamwold and more.
With ships under sail and under steam, with moss beds and a tin can hidden in the grass, with Scituate Light in vigil at the mouth of the harbor, this painting has it all. This price can't go any lower. This print is 18" by 36" framed.
Lots of history in a beautiful giclee print of Scituate Harbor in the late 1880's. There is a wall in your house calling out for this. Also available in as an 18" by 36" print
Based on a true story, Celia and the Captain will transport you to the challenges faced by mariners and their families. Also a very sweet tale by a great lady.
With a beautiful cover illustration by famed lighthouse artist Donna Elias, this guidebook is the last word on Scituate Light. Marked way down right now.
Cyrus B. Tucker was the pen name of longtime Sand HIlls resident Mowry S. Kinsbury. You will enjoy these poems as much as he enjoyed his life here along the coast. Enjoy.
One of the most popular items we carry. Barbara Murphy was a wonderful historian and writer. Learn about Scituate's Mossing heritage here.
Thomas Lawson did everything he did big. The only seven masted schooner ever built was no exception. Tom Hall has the facts at his fingertips and shares them here.
Tom Hall strikes again with tales from up and down the Massachusetts coast. You won't be able to put it down.
A labor of love for author (and daughter) Diane Sherman. Teak Sherman could tell a story and lived a few adventures too. You will love it.
The fury of the Portland Gale is captured in the pages of Warnings Ignored. This storm changed everything and the legacy is still with us. Follow this link to a sample from the book.
Tales from Strawberry Point to take you inside one of Scituate's mysterious places. You should get two.
The definitive version of the settlement of Scituate by an accomplished historian. Hatherly is more than a road from the Harbor to Minot.
One of the Society's finest officers and historians tells the story of the first generations of Scituate life and economy.
Barbara Murphy's treatment of one of Scituate's most famous sea captains. This one will blow your hair back.
Skip DeBrusk shares his tales of growing up fishing out of Scituate Harbor. A fun read.