Bluff Point

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  • We were now on the inner side of the island, on whose outside is the bluff point. Cited from A Voyage to New Holland, by William Dampier
  • They were located on of land, he said, from the top of the bluff point ridge westward.
  • "We're not much more than ten miles from Bluff Point." Cited from The Outdoor Girls at Bluff Point, by Laura Lee Hope
  • Bluff Point is still a private camp and run much as it was over 100 years ago.
  • W. This last extreme terminated in a bluff point, being one of the hills above mentioned. Cited from Voyages and Travels, Vol. 16, by Robert Kerr
  • "If we don't get started pretty soon, we'll not get to Bluff Point before dark." Cited from The Outdoor Girls at Bluff Point, by Laura Lee Hope
  • The Bluff Point Light stands on the western shore.
  • "Perhaps it will be just as well, for we shall have to put on all speed in order to reach Bluff Point before night." Cited from The Outdoor Girls at Bluff Point, by Laura Lee Hope
  • Four or five leagues to the east of this point is another very remarkable bluff point which is on the west side of the bay that my boat was in. Cited from A Continuation of a Voyage to New Holland, by William Dampier
  • "Better to be a little longer reaching Bluff Point than to endanger our lives and perhaps the lives of others." Cited from The Outdoor Girls at Bluff Point, by Laura Lee Hope
  • Bluff Point was so named from its lofty elevation.
  • Bluff Point State Park is a Connecticut state park located in the town of Groton.
  • The cape itself is a bluff point of an indifferent height with a flat tableland at top. Cited from A Continuation of a Voyage to New Holland, by William Dampier
  • This all happened while they were at Bluff Point taking a much-needed vacation from their work at the Hostess House. Cited from The Outdoor Girls in the Saddle, by Laura Lee Hope
  • Later the plot of land would be divided into Great Farm, also known as Bluff Point, and the Fort Hill Farm.
  • "Bluff Point!" cried Betty, while her eyes began to sparkle. Cited from The Outdoor Girls at Bluff Point, by Laura Lee Hope
  • The main barracks buildings were built of native limestone which was quarried nearby at Bluff Point and transported to the site.
  • Bluff Point's use was first recorded to be used by the native American tribes dating to the 1600s though its first date of usage is unknown.
  • Fish at Bluff Point include striped bass, sea trout, bluefish and summer flounder.
  • Some claim that there are more ruins located underground, and every few years a group of amateur archaeologists travels to Bluff Point in order to attempt another excavation.
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