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The Shipyard


Skilled boatbuilders were producing fine wooden ships from the dense local forests  by the late 1600s. The Raleigh, first of the ships in the Contientnal Navy was built here before the Revolution. Shipyards flourished all along the Piscataqua and the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine is over 200 years old. This section is dedicated to those ships, the men and women who built and sailed them, and their families.

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1 Family Photos of USS Albacore Haul-out 22 August 2011 David Hancock
2 Gundalow Company Revives Piscataqua Boatbuilding 27 July 2011 Carol Walker Aten
3 Lynx Lights Up 15 December 2010 LeeAnne Gordon
4 Inside the Tall Ship Boat Parade 29 May 2010 J. Dennis Robinson
5 Cyclone Disaster at Navy Yard 11 June 2009 J. Dennis Robinson
6 Maine Mulls Memorial Bridge Fate 06 April 2009 Maine DOT
7 Portsmouth Shipyard in a Bottle 22 October 2008 J. Dennis Robinson
8 The Cruise of Privateer Lynx 09 May 2008 The Shipyard
9 The Making of Privateer Lynx 08 May 2008 Maritime Heritage
10 The Brief Career of Pirate John Quelch 14 December 2007 J. Dennis Robinson

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