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GLIN==> Story of the Schooner "Windiate" at Milwaukee Public Library - Nov. 1

The Wisconsin Marine Historical Society and Milwaukee Public Library invite you to join us as we present:

Making History Come Alive: the Story of the Schooner "Windiate"

Saturday, November 1, 2008

2:00 pm
Meeting Room 1
Milwaukee Public Library
814 West Wisconsin Avenue


Pat Labadie, Historian and Exhibit Coordinator at the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary will speak on the CORNELIA B. WINDIATE, a wreck which he has explored and researched for many years and which is now incorporated into programs and exhibits and the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary.  Pat's personal interest has always been in 19th Century wooden shipbuilding and technology.  He has worked as the Exhibits Preparator at Marine Museum (on board the steamer KEEWATIN) 1968-72, Canal Park Marine Museum at Duluth 1973-2000, and presently is at the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in Alpena.  Pat brings with him a vast wealth of knowledge regarding Great Lakes marine history.  This is one program you don't want to miss.

Contact: Wisconsin Marine Historical Society
Phone: 414.286.3074
Email: info@wmhs.org

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