More from Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum – a small replanking project

This skipjack is up on blocks at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. I think the planking might need a little work. Looks like it is in good hands.

Skipjack under repair
Skipjack under repair

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galin

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Waters of Despair, Waters of Hope” is a trailblazing exhibit exploring the integral role of African Americans in the cultural history of the Chesapeake region. The exhibit uses artifacts, images, and …
Waters of Despair, Waters of Hope” is a trailblazing exhibit exploring the integral role of African Americans in the cultural history of the Chesapeake region. The exhibit uses artifacts, images, and audio/visuals to enliven stories of slave importation and labor as well as the many slaves who, like Frederick Douglass, employed maritime rouses or routes to escape to the north.
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