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Signal Sent Out

As its longtime keeper prepares to retire, the Old Scituate Lighthouse needs someone new to keep the historic beacon shining

Duncan Bates Todd is great-great-granddaughter of Simeon Bates, first keeper of the lighthouse in 1811. (Matthew J. Lee / Globe Staff) Duncan Bates Todd is great-great-granddaughter of Simeon Bates, first keeper of the lighthouse in 1811.
By Emily Sweeney
Globe Staff / June 22, 2008

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Help wanted: Lighthouse keeper. Housing provided. Special benefits. That describes the job that the Scituate Historical Society is trying to fill before fall. And finding the right person may not be as easy as it looks. (Full article: 1169 words)

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