Timeline of Nantucket

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The following is a timeline of the history of Nantucket , Massachusetts, USA.

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17th century

18th century

Map of the Island of Nantucket, 1782, by Crevecoeur 1782 Map of the island of Nantucket by Crevecoeur BPL n48579.png
Map of the Island of Nantucket, 1782, by Crèvecœur

19th century

Original Nantucket Railroad reaches bankruptcy, Nantucket Central Railroad Company established

20th century

Nantucket, 1937 Nantucket Sea Serpent, 1937.jpg
Nantucket, 1937

21st century

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Bibliography of Boston

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Further reading

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Published in the 20th century