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In the Pages of Sea History 148-151

Sea History 151, Summer 2015:
Lafayette’s Hermione: A TransAtlantic Story
by David Lincoln Ross
This issue’s featured article is all about Hermione, the French frigate that carried the Marquis de Lafayette to the United States to aid the colonists in their struggle for independence, and the modern replica vessel that carries her name.

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Sea History 150:
Rough Weather All Day: A Firsthand Account of the Jeannette Search Expedition, 1881–1882
by David Hirzel

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Sea History 149:
“Go to H—l you d—d Yankee Son of a B—ch”—A Gold Rush Voyage Journal
by Paul F. Johnston
The author provided us with many wonderful sketches from the journal that was the source of his article—too many to print in Sea History—but we’re glad to share them here.

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Sea History 148:
Naval Battle of Plattsburgh Bay, 1814
by Walter Rybka

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Highlights

Sometimes there isn’t room for a story in Sea History, or we feel a story should be brought to an even wider audience.

S_O_S 
by Hewitt S. Morris
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Sea History 124
Captain Arthur M. Kimberly
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Sea History 123
Captain Arthur M. Kimberly
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Plus, you’ll find the regular features you look forward to in every issue:

  • Deck Log
  • Letters
  • NMHS: A Cause in Motion
  • Marine Art News
  • Sea History for Kids
  • Ship Notes, Seaport & Museum News
  • Calendar
  • Maritime History on the Internet
  • Book Reviews

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