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Jeremy D'Entremont, without question, is the foremost authority on the lighthouses protecting mariners from the perils of the rugged coast of New England. He has been researching and photographing them for close to thirty years now. He has been an author, speaker, and tour guide for much of that time as well. He is a Vice President and Historian of the American Lighthouse Foundation.
In addition, he founded the Friends of Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouses, and is Vice President of the Friends of Flying Santa .
Just a few of the ten or more books Jeremy has written are, "The Lighthouses of Massachusetts", "The Lighthouses of Connecticut", "The Lighthouses of Rhode Island", "Great Shipwrecks of the Maine Coast", and "The Lighthouses of Maine". The latter has been republished in several volumes each representing a
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In the foreword of his book, "The Lighthouse Handbook: New England", Bob Trapani, Jr., the Executive Director of the American Lighthouse Foundation, says, "D'Entremont has traveled countless lonely roads to lighthouses, sought out and traveled their obscure walking paths, and in many instances, scaled the staircases of these stately beacons to obtain more than just travel information, which makes "The New England Lighthouse Handbook" a must-have for both the novice and tried-and-true lighthouse enthusiast".
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Jeremy has also written hundreds of articles in publications such as, "Lighthouse Digest" and "The Keeper's Log". He wrote the "lighthouse" in The World Book Encyclopedia. His photos have been featured in several magazines, including, "Soundings", "Offshore", and "Captains Guide".
Jeremy launched his first web site, "New England Lighthouses: A Virtual Guide" in 1997. He now operates the site, "New England Lighthouses: A Virtual Tour" .
If you ever get the opportunity and privilege to meet Jeremy D'Etremont don't pass it up. You will thoroughly enjoy the time you spend talking and you will walk away much the richer. To all who enjoy lighthouses, Jeremy is truly a treasure of our time.