Dogholes and Shipwrecks Lecture, San Francisco, Aug 11

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Dogholes and Shipwrecks

Dogholes and Shipwrecks, History and Archaeology of the Redwood Coast

Free Lecture/Slide Show — 6:00 p.m. Thursday, August 11
San Francisco Maritime N.H.P. Research Center
Fort Mason Center (Lower Fort Mason,) Building E, 3rd Floor
Advance Reservations Required: Dave Nettell, dave@maritimelibraryfriends.org

Join Dr. James Delgado, Director of Maritime Heritage for NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries (and a former member of the San Francisco Maritime NHP team) for a tour of the “Outside Ports” of the California lumber trade. Starting after the Gold Rush, these small anchorages, known as “dog hole ports,” were the setting for coastal settlement, maritime trade, and a number of shipwrecks.

More details here on the events website at https://www.facebook.com/events/313761445680023 

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