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NMHS Annual Meeting Recap

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Washington Awards Dinner 23 April 2015

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Sea History Magazine – Issue 151/Summer 2015

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Headlines

  • Dock Rocks—Concert to Benefit South Street Seaport Museum

    DOCK ROCKS – Party on the Piers with Duran Duran, Wyclef Jean, & Special Guests A Concert to Benefit South Street Seaport Museum Tuesday, August 4, 2015 from 4:30 PM to 10:30 PM (EDT) Support the South Street Seaport Museum […]

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  • Sail with NMHS Aboard Clearwater!

    Join Us for a Hudson River Sightseeing Cruise Aboard the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater Saturday, 25 July 2015, 4:00–7:00 PM King Marine, 270 6th Street, Verplanck, NY 10569 Experience the Hudson River as you have never experienced it before. Pete […]

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  • USS Slater (DE-766): The last Destroyer Escort Afloat

    The Charles Point Council of the National Maritime Historical Society presents the 2015 Richard Belliveau Seminar USS Slater: History and Restoration of the Last World War II Destroyer Escort Afloat in the US with Destroyer Escort Historical Museum Executive Director […]

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  • Time Running Out For Falls of Clyde

      The 1878 iron-hulled ship Falls of Clyde is facing a deadline. The state of Hawaii, concerned about the condition of the ship and the delays in getting her into dry dock, has given the Friends of the Falls of […]

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  • Unveiling of USS Monitor Trail Marker and History Fair

    On Friday, 29 May, the National  Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will be unveiling a trail marker at the launch site of USS Monitor in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. NOAA is establishing a USS Monitor Trail marking the locations of historic importance […]

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  • NMHS 2015 Annual Meeting: a Recap

    The National Maritime Historical Society’s 2015 annual meeting was held this past weekend in Annapolis, Maryland, hosted by the US Naval Academy Museum and its senior curator, James Cheevers. For those who couldn’t attend, we’d like to share this brief […]

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