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National Register of Historic Places listings in Dukes County, Massachusetts

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Location of Dukes County in Massachusetts
Location of Dukes County in Massachusetts

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Dukes County, Massachusetts.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Dukes County, Massachusetts, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a Google map.[1]

There are 22 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, which include one National Historic Landmark and one National Historic Landmark District (Wesleyan Grove, which is listed twice in the register under different names).

Contents: Counties in Massachusetts
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 16, 2021.[2]

Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap 
Download coordinates as: KML

Current listings

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 The Arcade August 5, 1994
31 Circuit Ave.[6]
41°27′21″N 70°33′30″W / 41.455947°N 70.558325°W / 41.455947; -70.558325 (The Arcade)
Oak Bluffs Incorrectly listed on National Register at 134 Circuit Ave.
2 Barn House December 15, 2011
451 South Rd.
41°20′36″N 70°43′58″W / 41.3432°N 70.732858°W / 41.3432; -70.732858 (Barn House)
3 Cape Poge Light September 28, 1987
Chappaquiddick Island
41°25′12″N 70°27′10″W / 41.42°N 70.452778°W / 41.42; -70.452778 (Cape Poge Light)
4 East Chop Light June 15, 1987
Lighthouse Rd.
41°27′59″N 70°34′16″W / 41.466389°N 70.571111°W / 41.466389; -70.571111 (East Chop Light)
Oak Bluffs
5 Edgartown Harbor Light June 15, 1987
Off N. Water St.
41°23′33″N 70°30′21″W / 41.3925°N 70.505833°W / 41.3925; -70.505833 (Edgartown Harbor Light)
6 Edgartown Village Historic District December 9, 1983
Bounded by Water St. (North and South) and Pease's Point Way(North and South)
41°23′25″N 70°30′45″W / 41.390278°N 70.5125°W / 41.390278; -70.5125 (Edgartown Village Historic District)
7 Flying Horses August 27, 1979
33 Oak Bluffs Ave.
41°27′26″N 70°33′28″W / 41.457222°N 70.557778°W / 41.457222; -70.557778 (Flying Horses)
Oak Bluffs National Historic Landmark
8 Gay Head-Aquinnah Town Center Historic District February 26, 1999
South Rd. and Church St.
41°20′31″N 70°48′50″W / 41.341944°N 70.813889°W / 41.341944; -70.813889 (Gay Head-Aquinnah Town Center Historic District)
Aquinnah Municipal and ecclesiastical buildings in Aquinnah's historic town center.
9 Gay Head-Aquinnah Light June 15, 1987
Lighthouse Rd.
41°21′02″N 70°50′18″W / 41.350556°N 70.838333°W / 41.350556; -70.838333 (Gay Head-Aquinnah Light)
Aquinnah 1856 lighthouse, near site of oldest (1799) lighthouse on Martha's Vineyard.
10 Polly Hill Arboretum Historic District June 15, 2015
795-833 State Rd.
41°23′51″N 70°40′50″W / 41.3975°N 70.6805°W / 41.3975; -70.6805 (Polly Hill Arboretum Historic District)
West Tisbury
11 Martha's Vineyard Campground December 14, 1978
Roughly bounded by Cottage Park, Quequechan, Clinton, Dukes, County, Siloam, Lake, and Central Aves.
41°27′19″N 70°33′41″W / 41.455278°N 70.561389°W / 41.455278; -70.561389 (Martha's Vineyard Campground)
Oak Bluffs Duplicate of Wesleyan Grove
12 Old Mill March 29, 1984
Edgartown-West Tisbury Rd.
41°22′55″N 70°40′20″W / 41.381944°N 70.672222°W / 41.381944; -70.672222 (Old Mill)
West Tisbury
13 Ritter House December 6, 1977
Beach St.
41°27′14″N 70°36′10″W / 41.453889°N 70.602778°W / 41.453889; -70.602778 (Ritter House)
Vineyard Haven
14 Tarpaulin Cove Light June 15, 1987
Naushon Island
41°28′07″N 70°45′28″W / 41.468611°N 70.757778°W / 41.468611; -70.757778 (Tarpaulin Cove Light)
15 Tashmoo Springs Pumping Station December 3, 2008
325 W. Spring St.
41°26′54″N 70°37′19″W / 41.448388°N 70.622061°W / 41.448388; -70.622061 (Tashmoo Springs Pumping Station)
16 Dr. Harrison A. Tucker Cottage October 22, 1990
61 Ocean Ave.[7]
41°27′20″N 70°33′28″W / 41.455556°N 70.557778°W / 41.455556; -70.557778 (Dr. Harrison A. Tucker Cottage)
Oak Bluffs
17 Union Chapel June 7, 1990
Bounded by Circuit, Kennebec, and Narragansett Aves. and Grove St.
41°27′16″N 70°33′31″W / 41.454444°N 70.558611°W / 41.454444; -70.558611 (Union Chapel)
Oak Bluffs
18 Edwin DeVries Vanderhoop Homestead September 6, 2006
35 South Rd.
41°20′43″N 70°50′09″W / 41.345278°N 70.835833°W / 41.345278; -70.835833 (Edwin DeVries Vanderhoop Homestead)
Aquinnah A 19th century Wampanoag homestead, now home to the Aquinnah Cultural Center.
19 Wesleyan Grove April 5, 2005
Martha's Vineyard
41°27′23″N 70°33′34″W / 41.456428°N 70.559339°W / 41.456428; -70.559339 (Wesleyan Grove)
Oak Bluffs Duplicate of Martha's Vineyard Campground
20 West Chop Club Historic District October 18, 2007
Iroquois Ave.
41°28′47″N 70°36′15″W / 41.479678°N 70.604147°W / 41.479678; -70.604147 (West Chop Club Historic District)
21 West Chop Light Station June 15, 1987
W. Chop Rd.
41°28′55″N 70°36′14″W / 41.481944°N 70.603889°W / 41.481944; -70.603889 (West Chop Light Station)
22 William Street Historic District January 27, 1983
Williams St. from Wood Lawn Ave. to 24 Williams St.
41°27′25″N 70°36′24″W / 41.456944°N 70.606667°W / 41.456944; -70.606667 (William Street Historic District)

See also


  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved July 16, 2021.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ MACRIS entry for The Arcade
  7. ^ "Weekly list of actions taken on properties: 2/25/13 through 3/01/13". National Park Service. March 8, 2013. Retrieved March 14, 2013.
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