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CALENDAR Festivals, Events, Etc. • 27-28 September, "Rabble in Arms: Benedict Arnold's Gunboat Comes Alive!" (Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, RR #3 , Box 4092, Vergennes VT 05491 ; 802 475-2022) • 27-28 September, The Wooden Boat Festival in Madisonville LA (The St. Tammany Tourist Commission and the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Maritime Museum, 1 800 634-9443, xl 11) • 28 September, Launch of replica Kalmar Nyckel (Kalmar Nyckel Foundation, 1124 East 7th Street, Wilmington DE 19801) • 4October,15th Annual Small Craft Festival (Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, Mill Street, PO Box 636, St. Michaels MD 21663, 410 745-2916) • 4 October, Great Steamboat Race (Oregon Maritime Center & Museum, 113 SW Front Avenue, Portland OR 97204; 503 224-7724) • 4 October, Little Red Lighthouse Festival at Fort Washington Park, NYC (Selena Lee, 212 304-2365) • 18- 19 October, The Gulf Coast Wooden Boat Show (Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum, PO Box 1907, Biloxi MS 39533) • 1 November, 9th Annual Seafaring Celebration (The Navy Museum, Washington Navy Yard, Washington DC 20374-5060; 202 433-6897) • 11 November, Veterans Day Ceremonies at USS Pampanito (San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, PO Box 470310, San Francisco CA 94147-0310; 415 929-0202) • 16November, 10th Annual John A. Noble Art Auction (The John A. Noble Collection, 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island NY 10301 ; 7 l8 447-6490)

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Conferences & Lectures • 19-20 September, 2nd Annual Meeting of us·Life-Saving Service Heritage Association in Nantucket MA (USLSSHA, c/o Nantucket Life Saving Museum, 158 Polpis Road, NantucketMA 02554-2320; 508 228-1154, e-mail: mo72506@nantucket.net) • 1-4 October, 32nd Annual Meeting of the Historic Naval Ships Association in Honolulu HI (Channing Zucker, Executive Director, HNSA, 4640 Hoylake Drive, Virginia Beach VA 23462; 757 499-6919) • 16-18October1997, The Waterfront Center's 15th Annual International Conference (TWC, 1622 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington DC 20007; SEA HISTORY 82, AUTUMN 1997

202 337-0356, e-mail : waterfront@ mindspring.com) • 18-19 October, 22nd Annual Whaling History Symposium (Kendall Whaling Museum, 27 Everett Street, PO Box 297, Sharon MA 02067) • 30 October-2 November, 24th Annual Nautical Research Guild Conference in Boston MA (George E. Kaiser, NRG Conference, 23 Mermaid Avenue, Winthrop MA 02152) Exhibitions •from 3 May, Rowing on the River: Transport, Races, and Recreation (Hudson River Maritime Museum, One RondoutLanding, Kingston NY 12401; 914 338-0071) •from 6 May, The Schooner Life (Maine Maritime Museum, 243 Washington Street, Bath ME 04530; 207 443-131() • 9 May through 15 September, The Dutch in the Americas, 1600-1800 (John Carter Brown Library, Box 1894, Providence RI 02912) • 16 May-23 November, Before New England: The Dutch and Native Americans in the Connecticut River Valley, 1609-1650 (Connecticut River Foundation, Steamboat Dock, 67 Main Street, Essex CT 06426) •from 7 June, Waterman's Wharf, permanent hands-on exhibit (Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, Mill Street, PO Box 636, St. Michaels MD 21663; 410 745-2916) • 21 June-6 September, Mare Island's River Rats: Home of the Brown Water Navy, 1966-1997 (The Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum, 734 Marin St., ValJejo CA 94590; 707 643-0077) •from 4 July, Cold Spring Harbor: Time Measured by the Tide (Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum, Box 25, Cold Spring Harbor NY 11724; 516 367-3418) •from 11 July, SHIPWRECK! (Vancouver Maritime Museum, 1905 Ogden Avenue,VancouverBCV6JlA3,Canada) • from 12 July, Signal Flags and Code Books (Maine Maritime Museum, see address above) • through 28 September, Lighthouses and Keepers (The Mariners' Museum, 100 Museum Drive, Newport News VA 23606-3759; 757 596-2222; FAX: 757 591-7320) • 30 August-4 January 1998, Under the Black Flag-Life Among the Pirates (The Mariners' Museum, see address above)

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