Meet Sally Snowman, the keeper of Boston Light

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Sally Snowman is known as the keeper of Boston Light, the US Coast Guard’s last manned station. (AP)

Sally Snowman is known as the keeper of Boston Light, the US Coast Guard’s last manned station. (AP)

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Sally Snowman waves to a cruise boat from Little Brewster Island in Boston Harbor. (AP)

Sally Snowman waves to a cruise boat from Little Brewster Island in Boston Harbor. (AP)

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The US Coast Guard's last manned station will celebrate the 300th anniversary of its first lighting on September 14th. (AP)

The US Coast Guard's last manned station will celebrate the 300th anniversary of its first lighting on September 14th. (AP)

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Sally steps from the keeper's house on Little Brewster Island in Boston Harbor. (AP)

Sally steps from the keeper's house on Little Brewster Island in Boston Harbor. (AP)

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In this photo, Sally looks outside the lantern room while standing next to the Fresnel lens. (AP)

In this photo, Sally looks outside the lantern room while standing next to the Fresnel lens. (AP)

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Sally Snowman, the keeper of Boston Light, wears Revolutionary-era clothing as she speaks about its history on Little Brewster Island in Boston Harbour. (AP)

Sally Snowman, the keeper of Boston Light, wears Revolutionary-era clothing as she speaks about its history on Little Brewster Island in Boston Harbour. (AP)

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