NMHS 59th Annual Meeting – Staten Island, NY 3-5 June 2022
2022 NMHS Invitational Art Gallery
2022 Annual Awards Dinner at the New York Yacht Club 27 October
In the Pages of Sea History 178 – Spring 2022
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NMHS 59th Annual Meeting – Staten Island, NY 3-5 June 2022
NMHS 59th Annual Meeting – Staten Island, NY 3-5 June 2022
2022 NMHS Invitational Art Gallery
2022 NMHS Invitational Art Gallery
2022 Annual Awards Dinner at the New York Yacht Club 27 October
2022 Annual Awards Dinner at the New York Yacht Club 27 October
In the Pages of <em>Sea History</em> 178 – Spring 2022
In the Pages of Sea History 178 – Spring 2022
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In the Pages of Sea History 178

Here’s what’s in the pages of Sea History 178:  National Maritime Awards Dinner and NMHS Invitational Art Gallery In April, NMHS will recognize three esteemed individuals whose contributions to the…

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NMHS 59th Annual Meeting – Staten Island, NY 3-5 June 2022

Registration & Sponsorship >> Welcome The Trustees of the National Maritime Historical Society are delighted to invite members to join us for our 59th Annual Meeting the weekend of 3-5…

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2022 NMHS Invitational Art Gallery

Art Gallery Feature in Sea History >> Works by some of the best marine artists in the country were on display at the 2022 National Maritime Awards Dinner at the…

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In the Pages of Sea History 178

Here’s what’s in the pages of Sea History 178:  National Maritime Awards Dinner and NMHS Invitational Art Gallery In April, NMHS will recognize three esteemed individuals whose contributions to the…

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By Richard King One day, over 175 years ago, a young Charles Darwin peered over the side of his sailing ship, HMS Beagle. The ship was sailing off Tierra del Fuego, the blustery southern tip of Argentina. Darwin’s eyes widened when he saw long bands of some sort of crimson-colored soup covering the surface of…

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The National Maritime Historical Society is the national voice for America’s maritime heritage—helping to raise awareness of our nation’s history and the role seafaring has played in shaping the United States of America along with the rest of the world.

Our mission is to preserve and perpetuate the maritime history of the United States and to invite all Americans to share in the challenging heritage of seafaring.

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