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SEA HISTORY OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE WORLD SHIP TRUST

SEA HISTORY is the journal of the National Maritime Hi storical Society, an educational, tax-exempt membership organi zation devoted to furthering the understanding of our maritime heritage. Copyright © 198 1 by the National Maritime Historical Society. OFFICE : 2 Fulton St., Brookl yn, NY 11201. Telephone: 212-858-1348 . MEMBERSH IP is invited and should be sent to the Brooklyn office: Sponsor, $1 ,000; Patron , $ 100; Fami ly, $20; Regular, $15 ; Student or Retired, $7 .50. OVERSEAS: Outside North America, add $5 or subscribe via World Ship Tru st. CONTRIBUTIONS may be made for a ny recogn ized project. Make out check s " NM HSSh ip Tru st, " indicating on the check the project to wh ich yo u wish support to be d irected. OFFICERS & TRUSTEES are Chairman: Karl Kortum ; Vice Chairman: F. Briggs Dalzell; President: Peter Stanford ; Secretary: Alan G . Choate; Trustees: Norman J . Brouwer, John Bunker, A lan G . C hoate, F. Briggs Dalzell , Thomas Hale , Harold D. Huycke, Barbara Johnson, James F. Kirk , Karl Kortum, Robert J . Lowen, Edward J . Pierson, Richard Rath, Kenneth D. Reynard , Walter F. Sch lech, Jr., Howard Slotnick, Peter Stanford, John N . Thurman, Barclay H. Warburton Ill, Alen York . President Emeritus: Alan D. Hutchin son. ADV ISORS: Chairman: Frank 0. Braynard; Francis E. Bowker, Oswa ld L. Brett, George Campbell , Robert Carl, Frank G. G. Carr, Harry Dring, John Ewald , Joseph L. Farr, Timothy G. Foote, Richard Goold-Adams, Robert G. Herbert, Melvin H . Jac kson, R. C. Jefferson, Irving M. Johnson, John Kemble, Conrad Milster, William G. Muller , John Noble, Capt. David E. Perkins, USCG (ret.), Nancy Richardson, Ralph L. Snow, John Stobart , A lbert Swanson, Peter Throckmorton, Curator-at-Large, Alan Villiers, Shannon Wall, Robert A. Wein stein, T homas Wells, A IC H , Char les Witthol z. WORLD SHIP TRUST: Chairman, Frank G.G . Carr; Hon. Secretary, J .A . Forsythe; Hon. Treasurer, Philip S. Green; Erik C. Abranson ; Ma ldwin Drummond; Peter Stanford. Membership: $10 payable WST, c/ o Hon . Sec ., I 29a North Street, Burwell , Cambs. C BS OBB , England . Reg . Chari ty No. 277751 . AMER ICAN SH IP TRUST: International Chairman, Fra nk Carr; Chairman, Peter Sta nford; George Bass; Norman Brouwer; Karl Kortum ; Richard Rath ; Peter W. Rogers; Barclay H. Warburton, Ill ; Senior Advisor, Irving M. John son. SEA HISTORY STAFF: Editor, Peter Sta nford; Managing Editor, No rma Stanford; Associate Editors, Norman J. Brouwer, Naom i Person; Accounting, Jo Meisner; Membership, Ma rie Lore.

FALL 1981

CONTENTS 4 LETTERS 7 THE WAWONA IS WAITING: PART II, Captain Harold D. Huycke 18 SAILING IN THE LAST PACIFIC LUMBER SCHOONERS, Robert Burmeister Hope,

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23 FROM THE LAKES TO THE WORLD'S OCEANS, Peter W. Rogers 26 MY OWN NAVY, John Christopher McCormick THE WRECK OF THE BREADALBANE, Keith Miller 29 MARINE ART: AN APPRECIATION OF WILLIAM ALEXANDER COULTER, Raymond D. White 33 SA IL TRAINING: DAY'S RUN , Report of the American Sail Training Association 34 HOW WE SAIL THE LIBERTAD, Captain Alberto Padillo 36 SHIP NOTES, SEAPORT & MUSEUM NEWS 42 BOOKS 46 CAPPY RICKS: MATT PEASLEY REJECTS SOME CREDENTIALS, Peter B. Kyne

The National Maritime Historical Society is saving America's seafaring heritage. Join us. We are making America's seafaring past a living heritage. The National Maritime Historical Society discovers a nd restores the few remaining ships and seagoing a rtifacts-and helps keep them in trust for future generations. And the Society helps get young people to sea to keep alive the spirit of adventu re, the discipline and skills it took to sail the magnificent vessels from our past. Won't you join us to keep alive

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YES COVER: The submarine that has ri sen from the ocean depths to splash the night sky with fire is American-built, on the Great La kes-and so, by a quirk of fate, is the Japanese frei ghter she is sinking. This is one of the stories of Grea t Lakes ships Peter Rogers tells by word a nd picture on pp. 23-25.

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Sea History 022 - Autumn 1981  

7 THE WAWONA IS WAITING: PART II, Captain Harold D. Huycke • 18 SAILING IN THE LAST PACIFIC LUMBER SCHOONERS, Robert Burmeister Hope • 23 FR...

Sea History 022 - Autumn 1981  

7 THE WAWONA IS WAITING: PART II, Captain Harold D. Huycke • 18 SAILING IN THE LAST PACIFIC LUMBER SCHOONERS, Robert Burmeister Hope • 23 FR...

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