Martha's Vineyard Museum Publications
The Dukes County Intelligencer
The Dukes County Intelligencer is the Martha's Vineyard Museum's journal of Island history. Published continuously since 1959, every issue of the Intelligencer reveals some unexplored aspect of Island history through articles, illustrations, photographs, and transcripts of primary sources. Contributors to the Intelligencer explore topics as varied as: Island tourism, the natural history of the Island, the social world on board a whaling ship, the Wampanoag culture; art, architecture, and oddities; European colonial settlement, and the role of the Island in American history. MVM members receive a free subscription to the journal as part of their membership benefits. Become a Member today!
The Museum encourages the submission of journal articles to the Intelligencer. Please direct all submissions and queries to the journal's editor, Bow Van Riper at 508-627-4441 x115.
For a researcher's index of the Dukes County Intelligencer, click onto the Intelligencer's Index.
All past issues of the Dukes County Intelligencer are available to purchase for $10. Please contact the library at 508-627-4441 x110 or firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
Photo or digital copies of specific articles in the Intelligencer are available at $.25 per page.