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UB 91 Firing A Torpedo At USS Tampa In Bristol Channel JDW
UB-91 firing a torpedo at USS Tampa in Bristol Channel, Wales. Painting by John D. Wisinski, US Coast Guard Collection.

In the Pages of Sea History 185

in service during WWI to the US Navy

NHHC, USN

Never Too Late—A Case of Mistaken Identity and the Purple Heart Project
by Chuck Meyer

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illustrated by Peter Rindlisbacher

PETER RINDLISBACHER

The Amphibious Raids on York and Fort George—Lake Ontario, 1813
by William S. Dudley, PhD

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Sister Cities Across the Gulf

DAVID RUMSEY MAP COLLECTION

Mobile and Havana
Sister Cities Across the Gulf
by John S. Sledge

 

an Ignominious End

WILL VAN DORP

Historic Ships on a Lee Shore
Tug Green Bay, a.k.a Grouper—an Ignominious End
by Will Van Drop

 

two tugboats on rough seas

AUSTIN DWYER

Tugboats to Remember
by Austin Dwyer

 

40 Tug Stockwell on theThames in the Pool of London by Austin Dwyer

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    • Deck Log
    • Letters
  • Curator’s Corner
  • Historic Ships on a Lee Shore
  • Sea History for Kids
  • Ship Notes, Seaport & Museum News
  • Reviews

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