The Burnt Island Light, built in 1821, is the second oldest surviving lighthouse in Maine.[2] It hosts a living history museum run by the state Department of Marine Resources.[4] It was added to the National Register of Historic Places as Burnt Island Light Station on November 23, 1977, reference number 77000139.

Marine Educational Resources for Teachers and Others: Maine Department of Marine Resources

Endeavor: Age of Sail by Burnt Island Games — Kickstarter

Endeavor: Age of Sail by Burnt Island Games — Kickstarter

Burnt Island Lighthouse Boothbay Harbor - Maine--right in front of the light is the "I think I've died and gone to Heaven bench."

Burnt Island Lighthouse Boothbay Harbor - Maine--right in front of the light is the "I think I've died and gone to Heaven bench.

Burnt Island Lighthouse, Maine at Lighthousefriends.com

Photographs, history, travel instructions, and GPS coordinates for Burnt Island Lighthouse.

Burnt Island by Alice Thompson – review | Books | The Guardian

Burnt Island by Alice Thompson – review

When a failed writer finds himself on an island with a successful author, his nightmares are just beginning.

Voyageurs NP 2017:  Burnt Island Campsite!

Voyageurs NP 2017: Burnt Island Campsite!

Burnt Island Lighthouse

Burnt Island Lighthouse

Half-Burnt Island (The Center)

Half-Burnt Island (The Center)

Hunter's Square Log Stool - Burnt Island Collection

Hunter's Square Log Stool - Burnt Island Collection

Fashioned from hardwood barn beams, these stools are strong enough to sit on and pretty enough to serve as pedestals.

Burnt Island Light	 Boothbay Harbor, 		Maine 	US	43.825194, -69.640222

my husbands Aunt Adele grew up on this island , her dad was the lighthouse keeper

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