The people first living in the present day Martha's Vineyard was the Native American Wampanoags . They called their island Neope which means "Land Amid The Waters".
However some speculate that around 1000 A.D. Norsemen sailed by the Island and named it "Louisa". Many explores gave it many names but it wasn't until later that one name finally stuck. In 1602 Bartholomew Gonsold named the island after his daughter.
Once there was a harsh King and Queen. They however didn't wan't there son. They thought that they would have to make his death practical so they order him out to find a new island, which they know to be treacherous and filled with monsters.
When the Prince had got there he had to battle many different monsters, but the hardest of them all has yet to come.
When he had defeated the very last monster the island belonged to him. He named the island "Martha's Vineyard" He knew that his parent would soon destroy and tarnish the island?
The Smart Prince used the beast's head to turn his parents into stone.