Please see some of Shearer Cottage's recent publicity:
CBS Local Channel
The Story Behind 'Green Book' And Its Massachusetts Ties - VIDEO 3:03
"Green Book" just won the Oscar for Best Picture. The original book has two locations in Massachusetts that are still open for business today. WBZ-TV's Michelle Fisher reports.
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Shearer Cottage and the Rich African American Heritage of Martha’s Vineyard
By Nicholas Som
The exterior of Shearer Cottage, which was listed in the Negro Motorist Green Book.
Vermont Doctors Celebrate 40 Years of Shearer Cottage Visits
By Louisa Hufstader
Vermont doctors come for the community, and for the fishing and poker playing.
The New York Times
Martha’s Vineyard Has a Nourishing Magic for Black Americans
By NICOLE TAYLOR
The culinary historian and writer Jessica Harris, bottom left, hosts a “five to seven” soirée on her porch.
Elizabeth Cecil for The New York Times.
Martha's Vineyard retreat steeped in African-American history
Sept 22, 2016
Smithsonian Exhibit Gives Pride of Place to Oak Bluffs
Town & Country
June 29th, 2016
Oak Bluffs On My Mind
For more than a century, the African-American elite have flocked to this Martha's Vineyard community. Here, a few share their stories.
Feb 28, 2013
Black Summer Theatre's History Retold
Jul 23, 2012
All about Oak Bluffs
Gingerbread cottages - VIDEO
Martha's Vineyard Magazine
The Shearer family, keepers of the inn by Shelley Christiansen (PDF)
You are invited to view pictures from Shearer Cottage's Centennial Celebration in September, 2012.