Traditional Wooden Shipbuilding on the Chesapeake Bay & the Maryland Dove
January 21 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This lecture is part of Annapolis Maritime Museum’s 2021 Winter Lecture Series.
- Examine Maryland’s rich heritage of wooden shipbuilding over the course of more than three centuries developed with regionally specific designs, materials, and techniques.
- Review the regional aspects of this once-vital industry and shed light on the significance of the construction of the Maryland Dove, the vessel that accompanied the first Maryland colonists to the new world in 1634.
Presenter: Pete Lesher | Chief Curator at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum