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WUAA Annual Membership Renewal
WUAA Annual Membership Renewal $20.http://www.wuaa.org/cache/rokquickcart/cart/images/rokquickcart/wuaalogo72_100h.jpg
WUAA Annual Maritime Conference Fee
Annual WUAA Maritime Conference Fee - $20.http://www.wuaa.org/cache/rokquickcart/cart/images/rokquickcart/museum banners sub 2 7-07_v1.jpg
New WUAA Long Sleeve Shirt
New WUAA Long Sleeve Shirt, Medium, Large or X-Large, $31.00, including Shipping. Colors Black or Blue.
New WUAA Short-Sleeve Shirt
New WUAA T-shirts have been designed and are now available to order on our website. They can be ordered in the following sizes: S,M,L,XL. Short-sleeved shirts are $27, including shipping and handling.
WUAA 2 XL Short-Sleeved Shirt
Purchase a 2XL short-sleeved WUAA T-shirt. Price is $29 including $7 for shipping and handling.http://www.wuaa.org/cache/rokquickcart/cart/images/rokquickcart/untitled2.png
Norland Survey Book
The Norlond sailed under various names during its sailing career. In November of 1922, she started leaking and the crew was unable to save their vessel. The underwater archeology that is included in this publication was completed by volunteer divers from WUAA and the GLSRF.
Norlond $15 for book $4.25 postage TOTAL $19.25http://www.wuaa.org/cache/rokquickcart/cart/images/rokquickcart/archeological_field_study_of_the_steamer_norlond.jpg
THE CLAY BANKS PROJECT and MANUAL
This project has been underway in southern Door County WI for over five years, where WUAA has been progressively investigating several “Ghost Ports,” that were once thriving shipping sites that have almost escaped the historical record. Immediately after the Civil War, Clay Banks Township developed such prolific logging and sawmilling operations that several active commercial ports sprang up and constructed enormous shipping piers that stretched over 1,500 feet out into the lake.
Clay Banks $5 for book $4.25 postage Total $9.25http://www.wuaa.org/cache/rokquickcart/cart/images/rokquickcart/claybanksbookcoverpng.jpg
This publication tells the story of Fireboat 23 from it launching in 1897 until it was taken out and sunk in 1923 to be forgotten until 2005 when Jerry Guyer discovered the wreck in about 70 feet of Lake Michigan water. Included are the results of the 3 seasons that were required to do the underwater archeology performed by the volunteer divers from WUAA and the GLSRF.
Fireboat 23 $10 for book $4.25 postage Total $14.25http://www.wuaa.org/cache/rokquickcart/cart/images/rokquickcart/fireboatbookcover.jpg
A Pirate Roams Lake Michigan: The Dan Seavey Story
By Dr. Richard Boyd
In the maritime history of the Great Lakes, only one lake captain was ever arrested by federal authorities for piracy. That mariner was Captain Daniel W. Seavey, who frequently prowled upper Green Bay, but also wandered far and wide across Lake Michigan where his raucous exploits and pugnacious nature became legendary. His most infamous deed was the theft of the schooner Nellie Johnson in 1908, which led to a lengthy pursuit up Lake Michigan by a federal gunboat, hot on Seavey’s trail.
Pirate Book $10 for book $3.50 postage Total $13.50http://www.wuaa.org/cache/rokquickcart/cart/images/rokquickcart/piratebookcover.jpg