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By John J. Foley
This picture book touches on the beginning and the growth of lighthouses, to the shape they are in today. With a colorful storyline that brings to life some of our best known lighthouses from around the country, to converge on our nations capital for a rally to support the lighthouses that are now on in need of rebuilding!

Fun Lighthouse Facts

Nations tallest lighthouse is Cape Hatteras, Outer Banks, North Carolina at 200 feet tall.

The Oldest Light Station is Boston Lighthouse, built in 1716, but was destroyed by the British during the Revolutionary War. Was rebuilt in 1783. Also this is the only lighthouse that still has a keeper!

Lost to the Civil War: Wades Point Lighthouse, Elizabeth City, North Carolina was destroyed by Union Troops in 1862. Morris Island Lighthouse, Charleston, South Carolina, was destroyed by Union Troops after several raids between 1861-1864. Wolf Island Lighthouse, Darien, Georgia was blown up by Confederate troops year unknown.

Ship Island Lighthouse, off Mississippi in the Gulf of Mexico was burned by Confederate troops in 1861.

Many lighthouses have played a vital role in the history of our country, these are just a few. We as Americans need to play a vital role to keep our lighthouses from becoming extinct.
FORMAT: E-Book
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By John J. Foley
This picture book touches on the beginning and the growth of lighthouses, to the shape they are in today. With a colorful storyline that brings to life some of our best known lighthouses from around the country, to converge on our nations capital for a rally to support the lighthouses that are now on in need of rebuilding!

Fun Lighthouse Facts

Nations tallest lighthouse is Cape Hatteras, Outer Banks, North Carolina at 200 feet tall.

The Oldest Light Station is Boston Lighthouse, built in 1716, but was destroyed by the British during the Revolutionary War. Was rebuilt in 1783. Also this is the only lighthouse that still has a keeper!

Lost to the Civil War: Wades Point Lighthouse, Elizabeth City, North Carolina was destroyed by Union Troops in 1862. Morris Island Lighthouse, Charleston, South Carolina, was destroyed by Union Troops after several raids between 1861-1864. Wolf Island Lighthouse, Darien, Georgia was blown up by Confederate troops year unknown.

Ship Island Lighthouse, off Mississippi in the Gulf of Mexico was burned by Confederate troops in 1861.

Many lighthouses have played a vital role in the history of our country, these are just a few. We as Americans need to play a vital role to keep our lighthouses from becoming extinct.
FORMAT: Hardcover
OUR PRICE:
$21.99
By John J. Foley
This picture book touches on the beginning and the growth of lighthouses, to the shape they are in today. With a colorful storyline that brings to life some of our best known lighthouses from around the country, to converge on our nations capital for a rally to support the lighthouses that are now on in need of rebuilding!

Fun Lighthouse Facts

Nations tallest lighthouse is Cape Hatteras, Outer Banks, North Carolina at 200 feet tall.

The Oldest Light Station is Boston Lighthouse, built in 1716, but was destroyed by the British during the Revolutionary War. Was rebuilt in 1783. Also this is the only lighthouse that still has a keeper!

Lost to the Civil War: Wades Point Lighthouse, Elizabeth City, North Carolina was destroyed by Union Troops in 1862. Morris Island Lighthouse, Charleston, South Carolina, was destroyed by Union Troops after several raids between 1861-1864. Wolf Island Lighthouse, Darien, Georgia was blown up by Confederate troops year unknown.

Ship Island Lighthouse, off Mississippi in the Gulf of Mexico was burned by Confederate troops in 1861.

Many lighthouses have played a vital role in the history of our country, these are just a few. We as Americans need to play a vital role to keep our lighthouses from becoming extinct.
FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
$15.99