Pulpit rock was a very im portant place, becaue it was where all of the African-Americans on Martha's Vineyard used to come to pray. The Reverend John Saunders preached here, and inspired many people.

 

The Eastville Cemetery is a graveyard where many of the African-Americans of Martha's Vineyard are buried. Many graves have been lost over the years, and there is a constant battle to get the Lobster Hatchery to move a few tanks, so excavation may be done to search for lost graves.

 

Shearer cottage is a very important site because it was the first inn on Martha's Vineyard that allowed African-Americans to stay. In the 1920's, it became the center of all African-American activities on the island.

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