One of these individuals was known for transporting tourists in his oxcart to different parts of Oak Bluffs, which was then called Cottage City.
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[Photograph: The Curricomp House, an 18th century structure built by Tunxis Indians in Farmington, CT, now on the property of the Lewis Walpole Library.]