Category: Sea History Today

Sea History Today 6: Conversations with our Readers – 10 January 2019

Dear Editor: The Conversation with our Readers Continues You never know what you’re going to find in the Letters section of Sea History magazine. Sure, we get letters from alert readers who write in to offer a correction for an error in…

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Sea History Today 5: Picton Castle Sailing the World – 21 December 2018

Sail Training International recognized the Picton Castle and its sailing program as Sail Training Organization of the Year at its International Sail Training and Tall Ships Conference 2018 Awards ceremony in Seville, Spain, at the beginning of this month. This inspired us to…

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Sea History Today 4: Sea History (Not Just) For Kids – 7 December 2018

Psssttt… want to know a secret? The Sea History for Kids feature in Sea History magazine is pretty popular… with grownups. Readers tell us all the time that they don’t flip past the Sea History for Kids pages when they read…

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Sea History Today 3: Seahistory.org Resources – 20 November 2018

Finding Your Way Around seahistory.org Resources We’re pretty excited about our website—it’s gotten a fresh, modern look and a lot of rich new features.  We’d like to tell you about the Maritime Resources section.  The best part about it, if we say so ourselves, is…

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Sea History Today 2: SEA in Sea History – 19 October 2018

SEA in Sea History Magazine The NMHS Annual Awards Dinner is just around the corner (25 October); we’re looking forward to a fabulous evening with old friends and new, celebrating the contributions of VADM Peter H. Daly, USN (Ret.); Prof. Timothy…

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Sea History Today 1: National History Day Awards – 20 September 2018

National Maritime Historical Society Announces 2018–2019 Round of National History Day Awards for Maritime Projects Middle and high school students are tackling topics in maritime history! In  24 states and the District of Columbia, the National Maritime Historical Society will…

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