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conservation, grading and encapsulation of the coins for the numismatic market. . . . The Maine Maritime Museum is fund-raising to build a full-sized reconstruction of the 6-masted schooner W)oming on the spot from which she was launched into the Kennebec River in December 1909. Today, this location is part of the Museum ; back then it was part of the Percy & Small shipyard. The schooner Tiryoming was the biggest wooden sailing vessel ever to carry ca rgo at 329.5' in length and a 50.1' beam and a 30.4' depth of hold. Maine Maritime Museum, 243 Washington Street, Bath, ME; ph. 207 443-13 16; e-mail: maritime@bathmaine. org; web site: www.mainemaritimemuseum.org . . . The original W)oming was located and identified recently by the same firm that discovered the wreck of the steamship Portland. According to Arnold Carr of American Underwater Search & Survey, the ship is in rwo pieces in an undisclosed location off Cape Cod. The ship is ripped apart amidships, which supports th e theory that the fully-loaded vessel may have struck bortom in the trough of a wave during a gale. New evidence suggests Tiryoming may have collided with another vessel. Carr's team is planning to return to the site next summer to document and photograph the site. Carr and his team have been searching for the Tiryoming since the 1970s. T hey finally succeeded using side scan sonar and a magnetometer and armed with some new historical information. . . . The Erie Maritime Museum recently obtained a rare artifact from the IO September 1813 Battle of Lake Erie. The Naval Historical Center in Washington DC has loaned a historic cannon that was captured from the British by Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry's squadron. The 24-pounder long gun was part of the armament of the HMS Detroit, the British squadron Commander Robert Barclay's flagship. US Brig Niagara, Erie Maritime Museum, 150 East Front St., Erie, PA, 16507; ph. 814 452-BRlG (2744); e-mail: sail@brigniagara.org; web site: www.brigniagara.org/museum.htm. The Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources Historic Preservation Division has hired Jason Burns to help build the new Georgia Underwater Archaeology Program. Prior

to this hire, they were un able to actively document and protect Georgia's submerged cultural resources in-house. Management had been restricted to protective legislation and support of other organizations' research on shipwrecks in state waters. Historic Preservation Division, DNR, 156 Trinity Avenue, SW, Suite 101, Atlanta, GA 30303-3600; ph. 404 6562840; http//hpd.dnr.state.ga.us; e-mail Jaso n Burns: jason_burns@dnr.state.ga. us. . . . Rogers Surveying of Staten Island, NY discovered this uncharted wreck lying in 65' of water in the East River near Hell Gate in New York City during a hydrographic survey in 2001. Earthworks, LLC of Newtown, CT made the sonar image and depth model of the vessel, roughly

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100 feet in length, 18' in beam, and rising approximately 20' off the bottom. No identifying information on the vessel has been found to date. Any information on the vessel or suggestion on the vessel type or age would be appreciated. See http:// www.earrhworks2020.com/rogerswreck/ index. html for additional images. Earthworks, PO Box 178, Newtown, CT 06470-0178; ph. 203 270-8100. t. 37

Sea History 106 - Winter 2003-2004  

7 Schooner Lucerne: Lessons from a Great Lakes Shipwreck, by Andrew Jalbert • 10 A New Drake Myth, by Edward Von der Porten • 15 Historic...

Sea History 106 - Winter 2003-2004  

7 Schooner Lucerne: Lessons from a Great Lakes Shipwreck, by Andrew Jalbert • 10 A New Drake Myth, by Edward Von der Porten • 15 Historic...