Nauset Light, Eastham, Cape Cod, MA., was originally built in 1838. There were three towers (lighthouses) called the ‘Three Sisters of Nauset.’ Over the years, the bluff or cliff near the lights continuously eroded, necessitating several moves of the buildings. In 1911, it was decided that only one light was needed, and the central tower (later replaced by a cast iron tower) was moved and attached to the keeper’s house. Nauset Light, now privately owned, is currently 336 feet from its first placement.

Image size: 11 X 14″.

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