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•Saving Our Ships: The Sea-Paintings of Charles Robert Patterson, Herirage Museum and Gardens, Sandwich, MA, rhrough !are Ocrober 2006; Guesr Curaror Roberr Lloyd Webb (67 Grove Sr., Sandwich, MA 02563; Ph. 508 888-3300; www.heri ragem useumsandgardens. o rg) •Tall Ships, Oil Paintings by Paul H ee, rhro ugh 6 Augusr, Norrh Carolina Maririme Museum, Beauforr, NC (315 Fronr Sr., Beauforr, NC 28516; Ph. 252 72873 17; e-mail: maririme@ncmail.ner) •Women in the Fisheries: A Contemporary View, rhrough June 2006 ar rhe Maine Maririme Museum (243 Washingron Sr., Barh, ME 045 30; Ph. 207 4431316; www.mainemaririmemuseum.org) •13th Annual Maritime Art Exhibition, 21July-23 Sepr., Coos Bay, OR (Coos Arr Museum, 235 Anderson Ave., Coos Bay, OR 97420; Ph. 54 1 267-390 1; e-mail: info@coosarr.org; www.coosarr.org) • "Boatloads of Ben: Franklin's 'Strong Inclination for the Sea'," rhrough 24 Seprember ar the Independence Seaporr M useum in Philadelphia (2 11 Sourh Columbus Blvd. & Walnur Sr., Philadelphia, PA 19106; Ph. 215 4 13-8658; www.phillyseaporr.org) •The Yachting Photography of Willard B. Jackson, rhro ugh 19 November 2006, Peabody Essex Museum (Easr India Square, Salem, MA 01970; Ph. 978 7459500 or 866 745-1876; www.pem.org) FESTIVALS,EvENTS,LECTURES,ETC. •ASTA Tall Ships Challenge, Grear Lakes pons berween 12 July and 9 Augusr. (See www.tallships.sailrraining.org for specific pons and dares) •Charleston Maritime Heritage Festival, 9-11 June, (SC Maririme Herirage Fdn ., POB 22405, Charlesro n, SC 29413; Ph. 843 722- 1030; www.charlesro nmaririmefesrival. com) •Scrimshaw Collectors Weekend, 9-11 June, New Bedford Whaling Museum, advance regisrrarion recommended (NBWM, 18 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford, MA 02740; Ph. 508 997-0046 exr. 101 ; www. whalingm useum.org) •Christening of the USS Monitor Replica, 11 June, The Mariners' Museum, Newporr News, VA. Free admission, guesr

speaker Clive Cussler (100 Museum Dr., Newporr News, VA 23606; Ph. 757 5962222; www.mari ner.org) •Antique and Classic Boat Festival, 1618 June ar rhe Chesapeake Bay Maririme Museum (See derails in "Deck Log," p. 2) •Pepsi's Americas Sail 2006, 30 June - 5 July, Beauforr, NC; feawring rhe ships A.]. Meerwald, Ada Mae, and Alliance; Class B Race on 3 July (Info: Cynrhia Barber, Ph. 252 728-747 1 or 800 637-8 158; e-mail: info@pepsiamericassail.com; www.pepsi americassail.com) •Camden Windjammer Weekend, week of 28 Augusr, Camden Maine (Maine Windj ammer Associarion, Ph. 800 807WlND , www.sailmainecoasr. co m)

PHOTO BY FRED LEB LANC, CO URTES Y MAIN E W INDJAr.!.\IERS ASSOCIATIO N

•Lakeside Wooden Boat Society Annual Antique and Classic Boat Show, Lakeside, Ohio, 2 July (e-mail : bill@drackerr. cc; www. lakesidewoodenboarsociery.com) •Lake Union Wooden Boat Festival, 1-4 July, Searde, WA, (Cenrer fo r Wooden Boars, 1010 Valley Sr., Searde, WA 98 109; Ph. 209 382-2628; www.cwb.org) •Michigan Maritime Museum Classic Boat Show, 8 July, Sourh H aven, MI, (MMM, 260 Dyckman Ave., Sourh Haven, MI 49090; Ph. 269 637-8078; www. michiganmaririmemuseum.org) •Frank 0. Braynard Commemorative Sail, July 26 ar Sourh Srreer Seaporr in NYC. (See derails in "Deck Log," p. 2) •Antique & Classic Boat Festival, 1920 Augusr, H awrhorne Cove Marina, 10 Whire Sr., Salem, MA (Info: Ph. 617 6668530; www. by-rhe-sea.co m/bacbfesrival) •WoodenBoat Show, 25-27 Augusr, Newporr Yachring Cenrer, Newporr, RI, (WoodenBoar Publicarions, POB 78, Naskeag Rd., Brooklin, ME 046 16; Ph. 800 273-7447; for info rmarion on exhibiring, conracr jackie@woodenboar.com or call 207 359-4651)

•The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race, 11 -15 Ocrober, Balrimore, MD ro Ponsmourh, VA; enrry is open ro all schooner-rigged vessels. (Race Office, POB 8176, Norfolk, VA 23503; Ph. 757 480-4402; www.schoonerrace.org) •22nd Annual Gloucester Schooner Festival, 1-4 Seprember in Gloucesrer, MA (www.capeannvacarions.com/schooner) CONFERENCES •North American Society for Oceanic History (NASOH) Annual Conference, 1-4 June, Manirowoc, Wl, at rhe Wisconsin Maririme Museum (WMM, 75 Maririme Dr., Man irowoc, Wl, 54220; Ph. 866 724-2356) •Mystic Seaport Museum's 27th Annual Symposium "Music of America and the Sea," 10 June (75 Greenmanville Ave., Mysric, CT 06355; Ph. 860 572-07 11 ; e-mail: glenn.gordinier@mysticseaporr. org; www. mys ricseaporr.org) •International Conference on Caribbean Studies, November 2-5, an inrerdisciplinary conference sponsored by rhe Universiry of Texas-Pan American, Edinburg, TX. (Info: Dr. Hecror R. Romero, UTPA, e-mail: hrromero@panam. edu; www.panam. edu/ depr/ modlang/) •American Sail Training Association Annual Conference, 5-7 Nov. in Charlesron, SC, (See derails in "Deck Log," page 2) •Society of Historical Archaeology 2007 - Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, 10 - 14 Jan uary 2007 in Williamsburg I Jamesrown, VA; Theme: "O ld World/New Wo rld: Culrure in Transformarion," CALL FOR PAPERS deadline: 1 June; !are submissions deadline-30 June; www.sha.org) •"America's 400th Anniversary: Voices From Within the Veil," 22-23 February 2007, Norfolk Srare Universiry, VA. NSU has been selecred by rhe Federal Jamesrown 400rh Commemorarion Commission as one of rhe srare insriwrions rhar will collectively honor rhe anniversary of our narion's beginnings in 1607. The conference will seek ro fosrer a mulri-disciplinary di alogue among scholars on rhe issue of African American righrs wirhin rhe conrexr of us hisrory. CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE 15 June. (e- mail : e-mail: chford@nsu. edu; www.nsu. edu/jamesrown2007)

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