"Lords by name and Lords by nature” is how one of Shelter Island’s family of aristocrats was described during the 19th century. This peculiar household of three sea captains and two maiden sisters owned a beautiful estate on the Menantic peninsula, building and sailing boats hewn from stands of white oak. In 1804, one of their sailing vessels, Paragon, ran through the Continental blockade delivering grain to England and Captain Sam became a hero. But was he? Join us as we journey back through time and get to know the Lord family of Shipyard Creek.