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Kenneth Black, 83; helped preserve legacy of lighthouses

As commander of the Point Allerton Coast Guard Station, Kenneth Black honored descendants of Joshua James. Eva Galiano was the grandniece and Leon Galiano the grandnephew of the famed livesaver from Hull. As commander of the Point Allerton Coast Guard Station, Kenneth Black honored descendants of Joshua James. Eva Galiano was the grandniece and Leon Galiano the grandnephew of the famed livesaver from Hull. (globe file/1967)
By Michael J. Bailey
Globe Staff / February 1, 2007

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Through three decades devoted to collecting and restoring lighthouse artifacts, Kenneth Black helped to ensure that the lore of the beacons did not fade as they were automated, sold to private investors, or demolished. (Full article: 840 words)

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