ⓘ Madaket, Massachusetts. Madaket is a census designated place in Nantucket, Massachusetts, United States. Its elevation is 26 feet on the western end of the isla ..

                                     

ⓘ Madaket, Massachusetts

Madaket is a census designated place in Nantucket, Massachusetts, United States. Its elevation is 26 feet on the western end of the island. The various spellings of its name led the Board on Geographic Names to designate its official spelling in 1966. It is also home to the Madaket Ditch, one of the earliest public works projects in America. It was also home to a famous islander by the name of Mildred Carpenter Jewett or more commonly known as "Madaket Millie".

                                     
  • Madaket Ditch, formerly spelled as Maddequet Ditch, is a canal connecting Long Pond to Madaket Harbor on the western edge of Nantucket, Massachusetts
  • previous year, it is known each year to Adamites as Adams Island Day. By boat, one can easily access Tuckernuck from Madaket on the island of Nantucket.
  • Kingston Lee Lenox Lexington Littleton Common Longmeadow Lunenburg Lynnfield Madaket Mansfield Center Marblehead Marion Center Marshfield Marshfield Hills Mashpee
  • Canal Lawrence Wasteway Massachusetts Wasteway Merrimack Canal Merrimack Wasteway Northern Canal Pawtucket Canal Western Canal Madaket Ditch, Nantucket Mattakeset
  • which are operated by Valley Transportation Services of Massachusetts VTS of MA Buses serve Madaket Miacomet, Mid - Island, the Airport, and Siasconset.
  • monument with flowers growing in it to honor Folger on the right side of Madaket Road at the site of the Folger Farm, now owned by the Nantucket Historical
  • This is a list of villages in Massachusetts arranged alphabetically. In Massachusetts villages usually do not have any official legal status all villages
  • where it opens into Nantucket Sound. Key localities on the island include Madaket Surfside, Polpis, Wauwinet, Miacomet, and Siasconset generally shortened
  • and Salisbury, Massachusetts 1665 Maddequet Ditch canal dug. 1671 Town incorporated. 1672 Town relocated to Wescoe from Madaket 1673 Town named