Please visit these websites for more information, history, and photographs of lighthouses.
By clicking on the links below, you will be opening a new window. This window
will stay in place while you peruse the links. No need to lose your way!
Fine Art of Lighthouses, Beaches, Boats and Seascapes, by Derek McCrea
One of the finest museums for maritime history. They offer a terrific virtual tour.
Carolyn McNeil's site teaches a vast array of stitches--I was amazed there were so many!
New England Lighthouse, A Virtual Guide
Jeremy D'Entremont's extensive and informative site, filled with terrific
photographs and interesting stories about the lighthouses dotting the northeastern shores.
This site has some spectacular photography and
terrific historical information, as well as fascinating stories.
This site has many related links and is called The Virtual
Library. It contains the names of many of the world's lighthouses, lightships, and lifesaving stations.
This site is really nice to see photos of lighthouses and read interesting stories. It also contains
Lighthouses by Andy--pictures and history of lighthouses and a whole lot more! You can add your own
photographs to his collection just an e-mail away. Terrific storefront for lighthouse merchandise.
The Lighthouse Hunters
Tom and Christine Cardaci's terrific website that features fantastic photography of over 1000(!!) lighthouses in the United States and Canada.
Island Free Press
All things happening on the Outer Banks of North Carolina with interesting history, articles and more.
Check out the Accents Lighthouse ad here:
This site contains a terrific database for everything you want to know about lighthouses, keepers, the
keeper's families, fog signals, shipwrecks--
and you can even shop for terrific lighthouse-related merchandise.
Sea History Magazine
This is the website for the official publication for the Maritime History Museum. Please consider subscribing!
Eastern National promotes the public's understanding and support of America's national parks and other public trusts, and
is an association operating in more than 130 national parks and other public trusts. Accents Lighthouses supplies Eastern National
Book Stores in North Carolina and Virginia.
"This is the message we have heard from him and declare to you: God
is light; in him there is no darkness at all."
1 John 1:5