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In the Pages of Sea History 156

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2016 NMHS Annual Awards Dinner

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The National Maritime Alliance Needs Your Help!

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Headlines

  • NMHS Secretary Jean Wort Honored by Clearwater

    We’re thrilled that Jean Wort was honored by Clearwater at their 2nd annual gala on 13 November. NMHS chairman Ronald Oswald, NMHS president Burchenal Green and trustees Walter Brown and Howard Slotnick were on hand to join in recognizing NMHS […]

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  • Tall Ships America Annual Conference – February 8-10, 2017

    TALL SHIPS AMERICA is pleased to announce that the 44th Annual Conference on Sail Training and Tall Ships will take place in Boston, Massachusetts on February 9 & 10, 2017.  The conference will be preceded by the Safety Under Sail Forum, the Educators […]

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  • December Charles Point Council Seminar: Norseman Saga

    Saturday, 3 December ‘Norseman Saga’ and HOLIDAY POT LUCK PARTY at Cortlandt Yacht Club James L. Nelson By the latter part of the 8th Century, all of Europe was plunged into the Dark Ages, a violent and uncertain time. Then suddenly and […]

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  • SAVE THE DATE – NMHS Annual Meeting in Charleston, SC

    SAVE THE DATE: NMHS Annual Meeting – Charleston, South Carolina May 15-17, 2017 The NMHS Annual Conference will take place from May 15 -17, 2017 in Charleston, S.C. in conjunction with the North American Society for Oceanic History (NASOH) annual […]

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  • Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Receives $80K Grant

    The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Maryland, has received an $80,000 grant from the Maryland Historical Trust’s Maryland Heritage Areas Authority program. The grant will help fund a new Small Craft Heritage Center project, projected to begin in […]

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  • Time Running Out for Historic Falls of Clyde

    The historic ship Falls of Clyde, long a fixture of the Honolulu waterfront, is awaiting a miracle. The ship, the world’s only surviving four-masted, full-rigged ship and the only surviving sailing oil tanker afloat, has been impounded by the Hawaii […]

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