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Martha's Vineyard

The Martha's Vineyard is a island. Martha's Vineyard (including nearby Chappaquiddick Island), is an 89.48 square mile (231.75 kmē) island off the southern coast of Cape Cod (both forming a part of the Outer Lands region) and is often known simply as "the Vineyard". Located in the U.S. state of Massachusetts, the Vineyard makes up most of Dukes County, Massachusetts (the rest of the county consists of Cuttyhunk and the other Elizabeth Islands and the island of Nomans Land). It was home to one of the earliest known Deaf communities; consequently, a special dialect of sign language, Martha's Vineyard Sign Language, developed on the island. The island is now primarily known as a summer colony, though its year-round population has grown quite considerably since the 1960s, despite being accessible only by boat and by air.

Interesting places in Martha's Vineyard:
Oak Bluffs   Edgartown
West Tisbury   Tisbury
Chappaquiddick Island   Aquinnah
Menemsha   Menemsha Pond
Katama Section of Edgartown, MA   Lagoon Pond
Oak Bluffs Harbor   Cape Poge Pond
Sengekontacket Pond   Trinity Park Church
Lucy Vincent Beach   Lake Tashmoo
West Tisbury Elementary School   Seths Pond
Tisbury Great Pond   Chapaquiddick Ferry
Chilmark Center   Farm Neck Golf Club
Farm Pond   Fishermans memorial wharf
Sharky's Cantina (Bar)  


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Nearest places of interest:

Tisbury Great Pond
West Tisbury Town Hall
Martha's Vineyard Airport
Control Tower/Terminal
  Marthas Vineyard Regional HS
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School campus
West Tisbury Elementary School
West Tisbury

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