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The Mariners' Museum: Exploration Through the Ages

The Mariners' Museum: Exploration Through the Ages This carefully crafted, stunning site addresses many aspects of world exploration: Topics covered include: The Great Exchange, Changing View of the World, Life at Sea, Travel Writers, Exploration From the Beginning of Civilization, and even
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The Mariners' Museum: Exploration Through the Ages


This carefully crafted, stunning site addresses many aspects of world exploration: Topics covered include: The Great Exchange, Changing View of the World, Life at Sea, Travel Writers, Exploration From the Beginning of Civilization, and even Exploring the Chesapeake. In addition, the site addresses over 75 famous explorers, providing basic biographical facts, their exploring achievements, their ships and tools of navigation and voyage routes. Beautiful images help the story of exploration unfold.

Mariners' Museum

• Learning Games • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Becky Moeggenberg

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