tells the story of Lynx, a ship with two lives that sailed in two different centuries. Woodson K. Woods, an entrepreneur a nd lifelo ng sailor, brought the 1812 Lynx back to life as a modern privateer in 2001. The first square-topsail, wooden schooner built in Rockport, Maine, since 1885, Lynx sails America's coasts, teaching young people about the craft of sailing a tall ship and about the Warofl812. J. Dennis Robinson captures the drama in the true story of the swift vessel, its stealthy origins, its heroic missions, and its ama zing reappearance. An informative and moving "sea yarn" for a contemporary audience, this engaging account, accompanied by over 190 color photographs, maps, and paintings, is for every reader, sailors and landlubbers alike.
"The War of1812 privateer Lynx comes to life brilliantly in America's Privateer... an inspiring book." -PETER STANFORD
President Emeritus National Maritime Historical Society
Hardbound, 184 pages, 9 x 11", $34-95 NOW AVAILABLE FROM
Lynx Educational Foundation 509 29th Street Newport Beach, CA 92663 www.privateerlynx.com
JOIN TODAY! National Historic Landmark & National Memorial to Coast Guardsmen who lost their lives during WWII through Viet Nam . • Awarded two Naval Presidential Unit Citations for her service during WWII & Vietnam. • Credited with sinking U-Boat 626 during convoy duty in the North Atlantic Don't miss the opportunity to tour this ship, learn about its remarkable history, the recently completely underwater re-fit and the current work being done restoring her topside. USCGC INGHAM is located in Key West on the Truman Waterfront, alongside USS MOHAWK (CGC).
You Can Visit ... You Can Help The foundation seeks donations to continue restoration of this important vessel. Please send your tax-deductible contributions to:
USCGC INGHAM Memorial Museum P. 0. Box 186, Key West, Florida 33041 • Phone: (305)-219-6600 www.uscgcingham.org
Become a stakeholder in our Navy's exciting history and inspiring heritage! Besides becoming a part of th e nation's premier naval heritage organi zation, Naval Histori cal Foundation members rece ive discounts on photographic/art research and reproduction servi ces, crui se-book copies, and other services! For info ca ll 202-678-43 33 or vis it :
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Photo: Andy Newman
SEA HISTORY 138, SPRING 2012