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William Short is an author, filmmaker, lecturer, and independent scholar specializing in Viking-age topics, notably medieval Icelandic literature, Viking-age material culture, Viking-age weapons, and Viking-age combat techniques.
Draugar Vinlands is a historical reenactment and living history group based out of Exeter, N.H., that is dedicated to the accurate portrayal of combat and culture during viking-age Scandinavia.
Mystic Seaport Museum has named Deidre Toole from Stonington High School the recipient of the 2019 Orion Award. The Orion Award recognizes teachers who use the resources of Mystic Seaport Museum to illuminate history, and create a living record that reflects America’s present and future as well as its past. This annual award recognizes stellar teachers who […]
Mystic Seaport Museum Annual Report, 2018
The Blue Jay will be used in the Museum’s sailing classes to give hands-on experience in a classic dinghy.
The most important take-away, which requires no descriptions or text panels or new information to make happen, is that the Mystic Seaport Museum collection is full of exciting, inspiring objects.
Stonington High School students build a Bevin skiff in an experimental new program that will be expanded in the next school year.
Mystic Aquarium, Mystic Seaport Museum and the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center are proud to announce plans for a multi-day, community-wide Earth Day 2020 event in celebration of the movement’s 50th anniversary.
The scholarship funding is available for summer and fall sailing programs, including Community Sailing, Joseph Conrad Overnight Sailing Camp, and Schooner BRILLIANT.
On Friday, April 5, Mystic Seaport Museum hosted a symposium entitled “Franklin Lost and Found: Probing the Arctic’s Most Enduring Mystery,” which drew experts and scholars from across the globe to Mystic, CT, to dissect the doomed Franklin Expedition from 1845 to the present.