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Lighthouses - Nassau - North
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Construction began on this lighthouse in 1875. This 46 foot lighthouse is built in a Second Empire Victorian Style. No public access.
The legend of how it got its name is that during the Revolution the British would execute the condemned by chaining them to the rings in the rocks and letting the high tide carry out the sentence
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The tower completed in 1809 is 80 feet tall and has a stone octagonasl tower made of brown stone. The keeper’s house was built in a brick, Colonial style. No public access.