Wilson Museum celebrates Bowdoin's centennial
The Weekly Packet|September 16, 2021
Join the Wilson Museum in celebrating the centennial of Maine Maritime Academy’s schooner Bowdoin, the official vessel of the State of Maine, at programs that revisit Donald MacMillan’s Arctic explorations and delve into the art of shipsmithing.

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