Stackpole, Edward A. Nantucket in the American Revolution. Nantucket Historical Assoc., 1976. 1st Edition.
White pictorial wrappers, 6 x 9 pp., 140 pp., clean and unmarked. As new. Paperback. 
"The Revolution gave Nantucket its own kind of trial by fire by circumstances arising from a maritime difference separating Sherborn, its seaport, from the mainland by a far greater geographical distance than the width of Nantucket Sound. The story of how the Island survived the grim years from 1775 through 1783 is unlike that of any other part of Colonial America." - from the Preface