Creative Writing: Sending the Message Home Political Posteriors: Analyzing Primary Sources Artwork depicting the battle between USS Constitution and HMS Java Original letter from Royal Navy Captain John Marshall to William Phillips describing HMS
Java‘s surrender to Constitution, dated April 10, 1813, with transcription
Original letter from Commodore William Bainbridge to George Harrison regarding his medal, dated October 28, 1817, with transcription
Constitution & Guerriere, by George Ropes, Jr.
Feeding 480 Mouths: Math Aboard Ship
Compare: A Sailor’s Diet in Weights and Measures
Using a Compass & Cardinal Directions
Communication Aboard Constitution
Collection of Newspaper Articles about the Battle with HMS Java
Making a Compass and Magnetic Attraction
William Bainbridge’s Bottle
Popular War of 1812 Era Songs & Sources
Hammock Plan from 1794
Eight Bells and All’s Well: Telling Time aboard Ship
Sailor Story: Surgeon Amos Evans
Mid-19th Century Medicine Chest and Pamphlet
Eat your Fruits and Vegetables!
What’s in THIS? Guess the Ingredient
Salty Talk: Sailor’s Sayings in Today’s English Language
Learn the Ropes!
All Hands Shorten Sail Ahoy!
Reefing Topsails, 1832
Working Music: Sea Chanties & Call-and-Response Poetry
Poetry and Songwriting: Broadside Poem
Medal for the Victory at the Battle of Lake Erie
Meet Jesse Williams: Returning Home Victorious Means Prize Money!
Essay on Captain Hull’s Urn