Sea History 024 - Summer 1982

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The heritage of the coastal trade lives on in the Wawona. magine the coasting schooner Wawona cutting smartly to a freshening b reeze. A work boat , lumber laden from Northwest forests or fishing the Bering Sea. Its gaff rigged sails and smaller crew continued to

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Traditional scrimshaw from leading maritime museums and contemporary scrimshaw now available in replica - teeth, boxes, desk accessories, j ewelry. These fine reproductions have been painstakingly recreat ed in a specially formulated material, polymer ivory, to provide you with the beauty of the original without using whale products . Do your own scrimshaw with our kits and blanks. For a full color brochure of our "Save the Whale Collection " of scrimshaw send $1 .00 to

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trade the waters the square riggers first explored. Tcxiay the Wawona calls Seattle home. And even now you can see this three-masted lady of coastal waters at Northwest Sea(X>rt. Your purchase of this print by lliiiiiii~;._~ Thomas Wells, one of America's foremost marine artists, will help North· west Seaport to reclaim her for today's and future generations. All profits from the sale of this limited edition print will be used for her -Limited Edition A rt Print O{feringrestoration. Ships History lncluded Make an investment in the future that keeps the To order send $65.00 past alive. (Washington Res. add sales tax) plus S2.50 Title. . . . . . . . Wawona shipping and handling to: Painter .. Thomas Wells Medium ......... Oil Wawona Sheet Size .... . . 18x24 Bayless Enterprises, lnc. 427 Ninth Avenue North Limited Seattle, WA 98109 &lition ...... . . . 550 {509) 622·6395

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A spirit of hard work, enterprise & cooperation sailed the tall ships of yesterday, and the Liberty Ships of World War II. .. and that's what makes things move today!

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SEA HI STORY, SUMMER 1982