2015 June Conference: Fishwives, Witches, Writers, Pelicans, And Scientists - 400 Years Of Women on the Shoals
Fishwives, Witches, Writers, Pelicans, And Scientists: From 1647 when Goodwife Reynolds and her husband John violated an act in Court that “no women shall live upon the Shoals”; to June of 1674 when Goodwife Tope of Gosport was accused of “being a witch”; to 1839 when Celia Laighton and her...Read More »
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“Case Closed on the 1873 Smuttynose Murders” will be the subject of our program on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 by J. Dennis Robinson. Join us at the Seacoast Science Center, 570 Ocean Blvd., Rye, NH. Refreshments at 6:30pm, Meeting at 7:00pm....Read More »
It was smooth sailing from Portsmouth to Star Island for 25 conferees, including many first-timers, who attended ISHRA’s September conference, “The Undersea History of the Isles of Shoals.” But then, tales of harrowing shipwrecks echoed through Elliott Hall in the Oceanic Hotel.
Conference chair Laurence Bussey got things underway Friday...Read More »
The 2014 ISHRA June Conference was a resounding success. Old and new friends gathered on Star Island to explore the “Changes in the Sea and Marine Science Discoveries” on and around the Isles of Shoals. Speakers from the Shoals Marine Lab, the University of Maine, and our own ISHRA...Read More »