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Issue # 238 May/June 2014

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  • Life on the River - Steamers and shantyboats of Ohio and Mississippi by Randall Peffer
  • All in the Details - Multiple joinery lessons in a classic booby hatch by Michael Podmaniczky
  • MADDY SUE - Restoration of an iconic Maine picnic boat by Douglas Brooks
  • A Schooner for East Texas - The 20-year construction of BRADNA ROSE by Jonathan Weinstein
  • Going Steady, Going Fast - The powerboat racing team of Harold and Lorna Wilson by John Summers
  • Chasing the Tide by Peter Neill
  • Remembering the Schooner NINA - Part 2: Her latter years by Richard "Deke" Ulian
  • How to Build Phoenix III - Part 3: A versatile, easy-to-build 15-footer by Ross Lillistone

    Cover: In 1932, Chester Clement of Mount Desert Island, Maine, built this shapely boat for winter lobstering and summer chartering. MADDY SUE (ex-TRAILAWAY), which has been recently restored, proved highly influential in the development of picnic boats.Photograph by Benjamin Mendlowitz -

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