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In the Pages of Sea History 177

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2022 National Maritime Awards Dinner – Washington, DC – 27 April 2022

Join Us >>     Invitation PDF >> The National Maritime Historical Society invites you to celebrate the 11th Annual National Maritime Awards as we honor three esteemed award recipients Lonnie…

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Craig Edwards and Geoff Kaufman at Mystic Seaport Museum (photograph above). In March of 1794, the United States Congress passed the “Act to provide a Naval Armament,” authorizing the first warships for the US Navy. Included in the details were specifications on crew size, pay, and daily food rations. There were crew positions you might…

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