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Nantucket's cultural clash

With more blacks, Latinos, island comes to grips with change

By David Abel
Globe Staff / July 28, 2008

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NANTUCKET - Hydrangeas still bloom beside cedar-shingle homes, and yachts continue to bob beyond private beaches, but this old preserve of the rich and primped is undergoing a change unlike anything it has witnessed in the centuries since English explorers established the island as a whaling port. (Full article: 1170 words)

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