Anniversary Membership Special Offer

Back in 1963 the price of membership was $10 and we are returning to this symbolic figure this year only and for new members only.

For that same $10, you can give up to 6 people (that’s 6 for the 6 decades) a one-year gift membership…that’s $10 for all six, or for 1!

This special offer to members is for your US friends only and starts with the winter issue.

SEA HISTORY 184
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In the Pages of Sea History 184

NMHS 2023 Annual Awards Dinner by Julia Church   THE MARINERS’ MUSEUM AND PARK It’s the Real McCoy! The Capture of Prohibition’s Most Notorious Rumrunnerby CAPT Daniel A. Laliberte, USCG (Ret.) …

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Photo from 1867 of the Oneonta sidewheeler on Columbia River.
Oneonta sidewheeler on Columbia River, 1867. Photo: Oregon Historical Society.

Seminar Series: Battle for the Columbia River – 23 September 2023

Battle for the Columbia River The Rise of the Oregon Steam Navigation Company with Author Mychal Ostler Saturday, 23 September 2023 Zoom Lecture at 11:00 AM EST, Q&A to Follow…

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NMHS Special Event with Mensun Bound

The National Maritime Historical Society presents The Ship Beneath the Ice: The Discovery of Shackleton’s Endurance with Mensun Bound Tuesday, 26 September 2023 7:00 PM South Street Seaport Museum Aboard…

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cases of liquor stacked high
Library of Congress

In the Pages of Sea History 184

NMHS 2023 Annual Awards Dinner by Julia Church   THE MARINERS’ MUSEUM AND PARK It’s the Real McCoy! The Capture of Prohibition’s Most Notorious Rumrunnerby CAPT Daniel A. Laliberte, USCG (Ret.) …

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Skulls, diseased bones, taxidermed animal specimens, and preserved human organs in jars line the walls in floor-to-ceiling shelves of the lovely Hunterian Museum in London, England. This collection traces the history of medicine, based largely on the work of John Hunter, a Scottish doctor and scientist in the 1700s who studied both human and animal…

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Since its founding in 1963, the National Maritime Historical Society and Sea History magazine have been championing the history, art, science, and adventure of the sea—raising awareness of our maritime history, promoting the maritime heritage community, and inviting all to share in the adventures of seafaring.

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