Digest>Sep/Oct 2016

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The 1831 Whaleback Lighthouse on the Maine and New Hampshire border where Reuben T. Leavitt Sr. served as the lighthouse keeper in the 1850s. In the early years, the lighthouse was often called “Whales Back” Lighthouse. This tower no longer stands. It was replaced by a new tower that was built right next to it in 1872. However, the old tower remained standing for a number of years before it was demolished. (Lighthouse Digest archives.)
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Six Years Was Enough at Whaleback Lighthouse
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