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What is a Lighthouse?

What Lighthouses Look Like

Lighthouse Lights

Lighthouse History

Barnegat Lighthouse

Cape May Lighthouse

East Point Lighthouse

Hereford Inlet Lighthouse

Little Egg Harbor (Tucker's Island)

Miah Maull Shoal

Navesink Light (Twin Lights)

Passaic and Bergen Point Lighthouses

Sandy Hook Lighthouse

Sea Girt Lighthouse

 

 

Coloring Book Pages (pdf):

Jaypeg Does the Cape May Lighthouse Windows

Zeero Runs the Lighthouse

 
Miah Maull Shoal
August 2002

Miah Muall Shoal is the last offshore light station built in the Delaware Bay. It was built in 1909 and is located off of Egg Island Point. The shoal is named after Nehemiah Maull. He was a sailor who drowned there during a shipwreck in the eighteenth century.

The tower is made out of cast iron. It stands 19 feet underwater and 59 feet out of water. There was space for sleeping, eating, and relaxing. The lighthouse keeper on the Miah Maull had to stay alone in one building.

 

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Miah Maull Shoal photo

 


 
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