The National Maritime Historical Society

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The Griffiths Headstone Project

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Eye on Hermione

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Sea History Magazine – Issue 151/Summer 2015

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Headlines

  • Tall Ship Lynx Seeks a Deckhand

    The Lynx is seeking a motivated, personable individual to fill a paid deckhand position, beginning immediately. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in traditional sailing and education. Lynx will be conducting educational programs and daysails in Nantucket through […]

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  • South Street to Receive $10.4 Million for Superstorm Sandy Repairs

    Congressman Jerrold Nadler (NY-10) and the South Street Seaport Museum announced that the museum will be receiving $10.4 million in federal funds from the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The grant from FEMA’s Public Assistance Program […]

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  • Mystic Seaport Maritime Gallery Annual Exhibition and Sale

    The Plein Air Painters of the Maritime Gallery Exhibition and Sale Through September 20 at Mystic Seaport Museum Thirty artists gathered for five days in July on the grounds of historic Mystic Seaport and the nearby coastal marshes, beaches and […]

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  • Are You Following NMHS on Facebook?

    The NMHS Facebook page is where we share news stories, photos and video clips that we think will interest you: news of new discoveries in marine archaeology, sail training, naval history, historic ship preservation, shipbuilding and much more. If you […]

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  • Charles Point Seminars Return in September

    “Research Vessels: Geophysical Expeditions to Antarctica and Mapping 160 miles of the Hudson River” A Talk by Dr. Robin Bell Saturday, 26 September, 2015 Hendrick Hudson Free Library 185 Kings Ferry Road, Montrose, NY  10548 Coffee & Registration at 10:30 […]

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  • Time Running Out For Falls of Clyde

      The 1878 iron-hulled ship Falls of Clyde is facing a deadline. The state of Hawaii, concerned about the condition of the ship and the delays in getting her into dry dock, has given the Friends of the Falls of […]

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