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Winter History Course: Martha’s Vineyard’s Wooly History

Martha's Vineyard Museum 151 Lagoon Pond Road, Vineyard Haven, MA

Sheep once outnumbered people on Martha’s Vineyard, grazing contentedly all over the Island and growing the Island’s most important crop on their backs: wool! How did sheep and wool become so important to the Island - and why did that change? This four-week course, taught by MVM Research Librarian Bow Van Riper and MVM Manager […]

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Winter History Course: Martha’s Vineyard’s Wooly History

Martha's Vineyard Museum 151 Lagoon Pond Road, Vineyard Haven, MA

Sheep once outnumbered people on Martha’s Vineyard, grazing contentedly all over the Island and growing the Island’s most important crop on their backs: wool! How did sheep and wool become so important to the Island - and why did that change? This four-week course, taught by MVM Research Librarian Bow Van Riper and MVM Manager […]

Recurring

Winter History Course: Martha’s Vineyard’s Wooly History

Martha's Vineyard Museum 151 Lagoon Pond Road, Vineyard Haven, MA

Sheep once outnumbered people on Martha’s Vineyard, grazing contentedly all over the Island and growing the Island’s most important crop on their backs: wool! How did sheep and wool become so important to the Island - and why did that change? This four-week course, taught by MVM Research Librarian Bow Van Riper and MVM Manager […]

Recurring

Winter History Course: Martha’s Vineyard’s Wooly History

Martha's Vineyard Museum 151 Lagoon Pond Road, Vineyard Haven, MA

Sheep once outnumbered people on Martha’s Vineyard, grazing contentedly all over the Island and growing the Island’s most important crop on their backs: wool! How did sheep and wool become so important to the Island - and why did that change? This four-week course, taught by MVM Research Librarian Bow Van Riper and MVM Manager […]