Cuttyhunk

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Elizabeth Islands - Named Islands
... about 0.5 miles (0.80 km) north of Nashawena and Cuttyhunk ... Cuttyhunk, farthest west in the chain, and home to most of Gosnold's municipal population ... Like Penikese, Cuttyhunk is not owned by the Forbes family, and therefore much of the island is publicly accessible ...
Cuttyhunk Island - Geography and Ecology
... Cuttyhunk is about a mile and a half long, and three quarters of a mile wide, with a large natural harbor at the eastern end of the island ... Cuttyhunk has most varieties of New England’s wildflowers, as well as bayberry, sweet peas, and a host of other plant life ... The shore is made up of largely of rocks, testimony to Cuttyhunk’s glacial origins ...
Canapitsit Channel
... channel that separates Nashawena Island from Cuttyhunk Island, two of the Elizabeth Islands off Cape Cod, Massachusetts ... One Cuttyhunk Island website offers the following boating advisory DO NOT use Canapitsit Channel, which separates Cuttyhunk from Nashawena Island, without local knowledge ...
Cuttyhunk Island - Popular Culture
... Hale in a lecture in 1903 suggested that Cuttyhunk Island, rather than Roanoke Island in North Carolina, is the setting for William Shakespeare’s play The Tempest ... On June 24, 2005, Cuttyhunk was the last stop of the Boston Red Sox World Series Trophy tour ... The song is entitled "Sitting Becalmed in the Lee of Cuttyhunk." ...
Cuttyhunk Island - Cuttyhunk Club
... After a visit to Cuttyhunk, these powerful New York gentlemen decided they had found their spot ... Cuttyhunk gained a reputation for being a prime location for sportfishing, especially for striped bass ... The Cuttyhunk Club gave the Cuttyhunk Church the land to build on in 1880 (the Church celebrated its 125th anniversary in the summer of 2006) ...