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CALENDAR Festivals, Events, Lectures, Etc. •Lightning Strikes Twice: The Real Life Sequel to Moby-Dick, film screening, 14 December at the Wisconsin Maritime Museum, presented by museum director and maritime archaeologist Cathy Green. (75 Maritime Drive, Manitowoc, WI; Ph. 920 684-0218; www.wisconsinmaritime.org) •Lantern Light Tours at Mystic Seaport, 13–15 and 20–22 December, evenings between 5 and 10pm. (47 Greenmanville Avenue, Mystic, CT; Ph. 860 572-0711; www.mysticseaport.org) •New Year’s Eve Deck Party Aboard USS Constellation, 31 December at 10pm, organized by Historic Ships in Baltimore. (301 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD; Ph. 410 539-1797; www.historicships.org) •New Year’s Eve Fireworks at the Independence Seaport Museum, 31 December in Philadelphia. (211 S. Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia, PA; Ph. 215 413-8655; www. phillyseaport.org) •24th Annual Moby-Dick Marathon, 3–5 January at the New Bedford Whaling Museum. (18 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford, MA; Ph. 508 997-0046; www.whalingmu seum.org) •Watercolor Workshop in the Tradition of J. M. W. Turner, led by artist Joel Popadics, 18–20 January at Mystic Seaport. (75 Greenmanville Avenue, Mystic, CT; Ph. 860 572-5331; www.mysticseaport.org) •Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival, 4–5 April at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (213 North Talbot Street, St. Michaels, MD; www.cbmm.org) Conferences & Symposiums •Civil War Round Table: Last Days of USS Monitor with John Quarstein, 20 December at the Mariners’ Museum in Newport News, VA. (100 Museum Dr., Newport News, VA; www.marinersmus eum.org) •American Historical Association, 134th Annual Meeting, 3–6 January in New York City. (www.historians.org) •Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, 8–11 January in Boston, MA. Theme: “Revolution” (www.sha.org) •47th Tall Ships America Annual Conference, 17–20 February in St. Pete Beach, FL. Conference theme: “Tall Ships for the

21st Century.” (Details and registration information at www.sailtraining.org; Trade Winds Hotel: www.tradewindsresort.com/ tallships) •Expanding Naval History II: Writing, Publishing, Gaming, and Modeling Naval History, presentations and workshops hosted by the Western Naval History Association, 29 February–1 March aboard USS Midway in San Diego, CA. (Information and registration: info@wnha.net; www.wnha.net) •2020 National Council on Public History Annual Meeting, 18–21 March in Atlanta, GA. (www.ncph.org) •5th Annual NC Whales & Whaling Symposium, 3 April at the North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort (315 Front St., Beaufort, NC; Ph. 252 504-7740; www.ncmaritimemuseumbeaufort.com) •47th Albert Reed & Thelma Walker Maritime Symposium, 4 April at the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath, Maine. •PCA/ACA National Conference (Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association), 15–18 April in Philadelphia. “Sea Literature, History, & Culture” will be one of the subject areas presented. (www. pcaaca.org) •Council of American Maritime Museums Annual Conference, 27–29 April at the Vancouver Maritime Museum. (www. councilofamericanmaritimemuseums.org) •“Port Cities in the Atlantic World,” Conference organized by the Carolina Lowcountry and Atlantic World Program (CLAW) at the College of Charleston 14–16 May 2020 in Charleston, SC, to mark the 350th anniversary of the settlement of Charles Towne, the 250th anniversary of the establishment of the College of Charleston, and the 25th anniversary of CLAW. (www.claw.cofc.edu) •International Maritime History Association (IMHA) 8th International Congress of Maritime History, 30 June– 3 July in Porto, Portugal. Theme: “Old and New Uses of the Oceans.” (www.imha 2020.com) •North American Society for Oceanic History (NASOH) 45th Annual Conference, 14–17 May in Pensacola, hosted by the University of West Florida. Conference theme: “Maritime Connections: History,

Heritage and the Maritime Landscape.” Call-for-Papers deadline is 1 February. (www.nasoh.org) E xhibits •Pacific Rim Institute of Marine Artists Inaugural Exhibition, through 3 January at the Center for Wooden Boats, South Lake Union, 1010 Valley Street, Seattle, WA; Ph. 206 382-2628; www.cwb.org) •On Land and On Sea: A Century of Women in the Rosenfeld Collection, through 5 April at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (213 North Talbot Street, St. Michaels, MD; www.cbmm.org) •A Peaceful Return—The Story of the Yosegaki Hinomaru, at the Columbia River Maritime Museum (1792 Marine Drive, Astoria, OR; Ph. 503 325-2323; www. crmm.org) •De Wind is Op! Climate, Culture and Innovation in Dutch Maritime Painting, through 15 May at the New Bedford Whaling Museum. Also at the museum is George Gale: A Sea-Nurtured Artist, through mid-January. (18 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford, MA; Ph. 508 997-0046; www. whalingmuseum.org) •J. M. W. Turner: Watercolors from Tate, through 23 February at Mystic Seaport. (75 Greenmanville Ave., Mystic, CT; Ph. 860 572-0711; www.mysticseaport.org) •Oh, Canada!, through 27 February at the Minnesota Marine Art Museum. (800 Riverview Dr., Winona, MN; Ph. 507 4746626; www.mmam.org) •The Frozen Kingdom: Commerce & Pleasure in the Maine Winter, now through 26 April at the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath. (43 Washington St., Bath, ME; Ph. 207 443-1316; www.maine maritimemuseum.org) •Charles Sandison: Figurehead 2.0, through 2019 at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA. Also at PEM, A Lasting Memento: John Thomson’s Photographs Along the River Min, until 17 May. (161 Essex St., Salem, MA; Ph. 978-7459500; www.pem.org) •Lighter, Stronger, Faster: The Herreshoff Legacy, through April 2021 at the MIT Museum in Cambridge, MA. (265 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA; Ph. 617 253-5927; www.mitmuseum.mit.edu)

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Sea History 169 - Winter 2019-2020  

12 A Century of the Jones Act, by Salvatore R. Mercogliano, PhD • 18 The Catalpa Incident: An American Whaler Getaway Vessel and Australia’s...

Sea History 169 - Winter 2019-2020  

12 A Century of the Jones Act, by Salvatore R. Mercogliano, PhD • 18 The Catalpa Incident: An American Whaler Getaway Vessel and Australia’s...