If you go back a few hundred years, Tucker’s Wharf in Marblehead was a bustling fishing hub, a home base for the men who trawled for cod in the waters off Massachusetts. Then, as resentment grew under Colonial rule, those local fishermen became privateers, helping fight the British during the Revolutionary War. Later, vacationers and day-trippers came to the wharf to board ferries out to Marblehead Neck, to which land access was limited. Today, the wharf (originally known as Pedrick’s Wharf) remains, in the warm months, a focal point in this picturesque town.
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