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FESTIVALS, EvENTS, LECTURES, ETC. •Wolfeboro Vintage Race Boat Regatta, 13-14 September at the Wolfeboro Town Docks in NH. (www. nhbm .org) •Seaport Day 2013, 28 September at Waterfront Park, O ld Town Alexandria, VA. Event organized by the Alexandria Seaport Foundation. (www.alexand riaseaport.org) •"George Washington's Secret Navy: How the American Revolution Went to Sea," lecture by James Nelso n, 2 1 September at the Hendrick Hudson Free Library. (185 Kings Ferry Road, Montrose, NY 10548; www.seahistory.org) •2013 Nantucket Maritime Festival, 21 September at C hildren's Beach and Brant Point. (For general questions, email sstillings@eganmaritime.org; www. nantucket maritimefestival.org) •Portsmouth Maritime Folk Festival, 28-29 September in Po nsmo uth, NH. (www. newenglandfolknerwork.org/pmff/) •Old City Seaport Festival, 11-13 October at the Independence Seaport Museum in Philadelphia. (Penn's Landing, Philadelphia, PA; Ph. 215 413-8655; www. philly seaport. org/ seaportfestival) •18th Annual Boast the Coast Maritime Festival, 5 October at 1812 Park and the City Dock in Lewes, DE. (Visit the Lewes Chamber of Commerce website for more information at www. leweschamber.com.) •The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race, 14-20 October from Baltimore, MD , to Ponsmouth, VA. Proceeds go to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. (www. schoonerrace.org) •Chicago Maritime Festival, 22 February 201 4 at the C hicago History Museum. (www. chi ca go maritimefestival.o rg) EXHIBITS •34th Annual International Marine Art Exhibition and Sale at 15 September-31 December at the Maritime Gallery at Mystic Seaport. (Maritime Gallery em ail: gallery@mys ticseaport.org. MSM, 75 Greenmanville Ave., Mystic, CT 06355; Ph. 860 572-5388 www.mysticseaport.org) •That Flaunting Rag! Maine's Maritime 'War Against the Confederacy, through 1 December 2013 at the Mai ne Maritime Museum. (243 Washington Street, Bath ME 04530; www.mainemariti memuse um.org)

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•Risky Business: Rum Running on Cape Cod through 15 December at the Cape Cod Maritime Museum . (135 South St. Hyannis, MA 02601; Ph. 508 775- 1723; www. ca p eco dm a ri timem use um. org) •Tahoe Escape: Surviving the Great Depression, at The Tahoe Maritime M useum. (5205 West Lake Blvd. , Homewood, CA; www.tahoemaritimemuseum.org) •Push and Pull: Life on Chesapeake Tugboats, through 20 14; also Navigating Freedom: The 'War of 1812 on the Chesapeake at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. (213 N. Talbot St., St. Michaels, MD 21663 ; www.cbmm.org) •Conserve, Preserve, & Observe: The Legacy of LaBelle through 13 October at the Texas Maritime M useum. (1202 Navigation C ircle, Rockport, TX 78382; www. texasmaritimemuseum.org) •20th Annual Maritime Art Exhibit, through 5 October at the Coos Art Museum in Coos Bay, OR. (235 Anderson Ave., Coos Bay, OR 97420; Ph. 54 1 2673901 ; www.coosart.org) •Sacred 'Waters: Photography by john Stanmeyer, through 27 October at the Minnesota Marine Art M useum. (800 Riverview Drive, Wi nona, MN 55987; Ph. 507 474-6626; www.minnesotamari neart.org) •Following the Panther: Arctic Photographs ofRena Bass Forman. (18 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford, MA 02740; Ph. 508 997-0046; www.whalingm useum.org) •Tides of Freedom: African Presence on the Delaware River, now through 2015. at the Independance Seaport Museum. (2 11 South Columbus Blvd. & Waln ut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106; Ph . 2 15 4 13-8655; www.phillyseaport.org) CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIUMS •2nd Annual Northeast and Atlantic Canada Environmental Forum, 28 September. A one-day academic wo rkshop at the Un iv. of Maine. (www.naceh f.o rg) •47th Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, 7-12 January, Society fo r Historical Archaeology, in Quebec City, Canada. (www.sha2014.com) •2013 McMullen Naval History Symposium, 19-20 September at the US Naval Academy, Annapo lis, MD . (www. usna. edu /History/Symposium)

•Big Stuff Conference 2013 , triennial international meeting focused on conserving our large technology heritage, 25-27 Septe mber 20 13 in Ottawa, Canada. (www. science tech. technomuses.ca/ english/w hat so n/big_smff_conference.cfm) •SNAME Annual Meeting & Expo, 6-8 November at the H yatt Regency Bellevue in Washington State. SNAME is the Society of Naval Architects & Engineers. (www.s name.org/20 l 3AnnualMeeting/ Home/) •2014 Oxford Naval History Conference: "Strategy and the Sea," An International Conference in Honour of Professor John B. Hattendorf, 10-12 April 2014 at All Souls Co llege, Oxford University, UK. (www.oxfordnavalconference.co. uk/) •"Ligaments: Everyday Connections of Colonial Economies," the thirteenth annual conference of the Program in Early American Economy and Society will be held 24-25 October at the Library Co mpany of Philadelphia. (1314 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107; Ph. 2 15 546-3 18 1; www.librarycompany.o rg/econ omics/2013Conference/) •Ulster-American Heritage Symposium 2014, in rwo parts. Part I: 18-2 1 June at Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT; Part II: 25-28 June in Athens, GA. Call for Papers deadline for Part I on the theme, "Hunger, Poverty and M igration: A Transatlanti c Perspective" is 4 October. Call for Papers deadline for Part II on the theme, "Contacts, Contests, and Contributions: Ulster-Americans in War and Society" is 2 December. (Details are online at www. q u b. ac. uk/ cms/XXU lsterAm er ica nHer itageSym posium2014. pdf) •"The Health and Welfare of Seafarers: Past, Present and Prospects," 30 January-I February 2014 at the Maritime Histo rical Studies Centre, at the University of Hull, UK. (www2. hull.ac. uk/fass/ mari timehistory.aspx) •The Teaching with Small Boats Alliance 2013 Conference, 15- 18 October at Mystic Seaport. In add ition to the conference presentations, there will be opportun ities for sleeping aboa rd the historic ship Joseph Conrad. (For details, see www. mys ticseaport.org/rwsba; questions should be emailed to rwsba.info@gmail. com.)

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