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Along the Coast, "Lighthouse Keeper Dead." Circa 1909; exact date unknown.
Bosworth, Janet F., ed. Cuttyhunk and the Elizabeth Islands from 1602. Cuttyhunk, MA: Cuttyhunk Historical Society, 1993.
Clark, Admont G. Lighthouses of Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket - Their History and Lore. East Orleans, Massachusetts:: Parnassus Imprints, 1992.
Davidson, Donald W. America's Landfall: The Lighthouses of Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. West Dennis, Massachusetts:: The Peninsula Press, 1993.
D'Entremont, Jeremy. The Lighthouses of Massachusetts. Beverly, MA: Commonwealth Editions, 2007.
D'Entremont. Jeremy. "Seamond Ponsart Roberts: Proud to Be a Keeper's Daughter." Lighthouse Digest, March 2006.
Gleason, Sarah C. Kindly Lights: A History of the Lighthouses of Southern New England. Boston:: Beacon Press, 1991.
Glennon, Beverly Morrison. Dartmouth: The Early History of a Massachusetts Coastal Town. New Bedford, MA: Garrison Wall Publishers, 2001.
Haskell, Louise T. The Story of Cuttyhunk. New Bedford, Massachusetts: Reynolds Printing, Inc., 1953.
Independent Chronicle and Boston Patriot, "Proposals for a Light House on Cutter Hunk Island." August 21, 1822.
Lighthouse Digest, May 1995. "Lost Lights of Cape Cod: Cuttyhunk Light."
New Bedford Evening Standard, August 29, 1891.
New Bedford Mercury, September 6, 1822.
New Bedford Mercury, "Cutterhunk Light." January 20, 1826.
New Bedford Mercury, "Cutterhunk Light." January 27, 1826.
New York Times, "Capt. Alfred G. Eisener." May 27, 1935.
People of Cuttyhunk Island. 2 vols. Cuttyhunk, MA: Cuttyhunk Historical Society, 198688.
Roberts, Seamond Ponsart. "Lighthouse Memories." Cuttyhunk, MA: Cuttyhunk Historical Society, 2001.
Snow, Edward Rowe. The Lighthouses of New England. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1973.
Watson, Elizabeth. "The Modern Settlement of Cuttyhunk." Old Dartmouth Historical Sketches, no. 1, 1903.
Willoughby, Malcolm F. Lighthouses of New England. Boston: T.O. Metcalf Company, 1929.
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