"Sheeting In" by Charles Raskob Robinson. Hands sheeting in the headsails aboard Falls of Clyde.

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Our seafaring history comes alive in the pages of Sea History, the National Maritime Historical Society’s quarterly magazine. The pre-eminent journal of advocacy and education in our field, Sea History covers the world of maritime museums, sail training, key events and people in our maritime past, and the stories of everyday sailors past and present, and marine archaeology, with a national focus and an international scope, as well as these regular features:

Sea History for Kids is filled with fun facts about all things nautical, from puzzles and games to articles about animals and the astonishing variety of careers in the maritime world; there is always something new to learn and discover... Check out Sea History for Kids >>

Historic Ships on a Lee Shore highlights the plight of endangered vessels.

NMHS: A Cause in Motion keeps readers abreast of all that we do to further our mission to preserve and perpetuate the maritime history of the United States.

Marine Art News features original works by America’s most talented marine artists, illustrated with stunning full-color images.


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SH 011 Summer 1978

Sea History 11

Summer 1978
SH 010 Spring 1978

Sea History 10

Spring 1978
SH 009 Fall 1977

Sea History 9

Autumn 1997
SH 008 Summer 1977

Sea History 8

Summer 1977
SH 007 Spring 1977

Sea History 7

Spring 1977
SH 006 Winter 1977

Sea History 6

Winter 1977
SH 005 Fall 1976

Sea History 5

Autumn 1976
SH 004 July 1976

Sea History 4

Summer 1976
SH 003 July 1975

Sea History 3

Summer 1975
SH 002 December 1973

Sea History 2

Winter 1973
SH 001 April 1972

Sea History 1

Spring 1972