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Okay, so most people don't think of ships as buildings.  But they are constructed, and people live on them for long periods of time.  Some served on rivers, some on the oceans, some in peace and some in war.  Travel by water has been crucial to the development of our economy and our ties to each other and the world.  If you know of some ships we missed, let us know, please, and we'll add them.  
 

Ships Louisiana - Maine

 
  Ship Pages:  AK-CA, CA, CT-HI, IA-MI, MN-PA, RI-ZZ  

 

 

  LA

  Baton Rouge

  USS Kidd & Nautical Historical Center

  305 South River Road

  Baton Rouge  LA    70802    

  Phone  225 342-1942

  Web  www.usskidd.com/

  Description  restored WWII destroyer in drydock, also 3 WWII aircraft

  Type of Resource   Specialty Museum

  Primary Focus  Maritime

  Building  Ship

  Industry /Profession Naval

  New or Updated   1/20/2006


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Massachusetts
Charlestown
USS Constitution
Charlestown Navy Yard
Charlestown MA 02129
Phone
617 426-1812
Web Site www.navy.mil/homepages/constitution/index.htm
Description
Type of Resource
Specialty Museum
Primary Focus   Maritime
Building Type   Ship

  Massachusetts

  Fall River

  Battleship Cove

  Five Water Street

  PO Box 111

  Fall River  MA   02722    

  Phone  508 678-1100

  Web Site www.battleshipcove.org

  E-mail  mailto:battleship@battleshipcove.org

  Description  numerous WWII ships and smaller craft

  Type of Resource  Specialty Museum

  Primary Focus  Maritime

  Building Type Ship

  Industry /Profession Navy

  New or Updated:  6/22/2007

    MD
 
Baltimore
 
USS Constellation
 
301 East Pratt Street
 
Pier 1
 
Baltimore  MD  21202    
 
Phone  410 539-1797
 
Web Site  http://www.constellation.org/
 
E-mail  mailto:administration@constellation.org
 
Description  frigate served on patrol duties, Civil War and as training vessel, offers                         hands-on experiences during tours, special "powder monkey" tour for
 
Type of Resource  Specialty Museum
 
Primary Focus  Maritime
 
Building Type  Ship
 
Era      1854
 
New or Updated:  08/21/2003
  ME
 
Bath
  Maine Maritime Museum
 
243 Washington Street
  Bath  ME  04530  
  Phone  207 443-1316
  Web Site  http://www.bathmaine.com/
  E-mail  mailto:maritime@bathmaine.com
 
Description  gallery exhibits, Perry & Small Shipyard, boat cruises
 
Type of Resource  Specialty Museum
 
Primary Focus  Maritime
 
Building Type  Ship
  Research /Reading  Library
  Era  1897-1920
  New or Updated:  07/18/2003
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