Lighthouse Families (Paperback)
Pineapple Press, 9781561646319, 209pp.
Publication Date: October 1, 2013
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What was it like to live and work at a lighthouse during the heyday of shipping and fishing? How did lighthouse keepers and their families stationed on remote islands while away the long, cold, lonely hours between trips to the mainland for food and supplies? Here you'll find a record of the charming memories and stories of America's lighthouse keepers, including descriptions of daily life at a lighthouse.
About the Author
Cheryl Shelton-Roberts taught school in North Carolina and Virginia for twenty years before retiring to work alongside husband Bruce, traveling the country to collect lighthouse stories and producing books about them. Bruce Roberts, a former director of photography and senior photographer for Southern Living magazine, began his photojournalism career at The Tampa Tribune. Bruce's photographs have appeared in Sports Illustrated, Time, Life, and Time Life Books. Bruce has won numerous international, national, and state awards, and some of his photographs are in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution. Bruce and his wife, Cheryl Shelton-Roberts, coauthored the best-selling Lighthouse Families. Bruce and Cheryl live in Morehead City, North Carolina.