The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill

The Bulletin from Johnny cake Hill, Winter/Spring 2014

Featured articles include:

  • 38th Voyage of the Charles W. Morgan
  • Dartmouth 350th Anniversary
  • 24th Annual Sailors' Series
  • Harboring Hope in Old Dartmouth 1602-1825, by Christina Connett
  • Benjamin Russell: Whaleman-Artist, Entrepreneur, by Keith W. Kauppila
  • Guessing the Age of a Whale, by Robert C. Rocha, Jr.

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Fall 2013

Featured articles include:

  • Building A Transformative Experience
  • Education is Evolving in and beyond the Museum, by Jon Bower
  • High School Apprentices: An Important Part of the Museum Team, by Robert C. Rocha, Jr.
  • An Interview with Christina F. Connett, Curator of Collections and Exhibitions
  • Digital Access to Library Collection Encourages New Education Opportunities, by Mark Procknik
  • Emptying the Oceans: A Summary of Industrial Whaling in the 20th Century, by Robert Rocha, Jr.

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Summer 2013

Featured articles include:

  • Reflections, by John N. Garfield, Jr.
  • Presenting Hon. Armand Fernandes, Jr.
  • Migration, by Nancy Train Smith
  • Four Remarkable Bradford Paintings, by Ellery H. Kurtz
  • Whale Falls, by Robert C. Rocha, Jr.
  • A Homecoming for the History Books, by Arthur P. Motta, Jr.

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Winter/Spring 2013

Featured articles include:

  • Outstanding Philanthropy Caps 2012, by Michael P. Dyer
  • A Shared Heritage–The Whaling Museum embarks upon a 3-year initiative of Lusaphone programming thanks to a major grant from the William M. Wood Foundation
  • Arctic Visions: Away then Floats the Ice-Island, by Michael A. Lapides
  • "Conduct us to our hope" The Early Settlement of the Old Dartmouth Region, by Michael P. Dyer
  • The Art of Ship Model: Collections of the Past–Present–and Future, by Michael Wall

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Fall 2012

Featured articles include:

  • Glass From the City of Light, By Kirk Nelson
  • Beetle Whaleboat Project
  • the 17th Annual Moby-Dick Marathon
  • Chamber of Commerce Records Offer Fresh Research Opportunities, by Michael P. Dyer
  • When America First Met China, By Eric Jay Dolin
  • A Year in Review with the Apprentices

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Summer 2012

Featured articles include:

  • Richard C. Kugler Feted at Old Dartmouth Lyceum, by Arthur P. Motta, Jr.
  • The Crapo, Clifford, Prescott, Bullard, and McLeod Collection—a repository of New Bedford's Legal History, by Llewellyn Howland III
  • Colonial Candles Tie Two Seaports, by Michael P. Dyer
  • A Greenland Voyage of Discovery, "Chasing the Light", by Michael A. Lapides

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Winter/Spring 2012

Featured articles include:

  • The Be-All and End-All of Scrimshaw, by Stuart Frank, Ph.D.
  • The Lusophone Community, by James J. Lopes
  • The Business of Whaling in the Digital Age, by Michael P. Dyer

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Fall 2011

Featured articles include:

  • Elizabeth Shultz Interview, with Wyn Kelley
  • The Youghal Connection, by Arthur Motta Jr.
  • Introduction to William A. Abbe's Journal aboard Ship Atkins Adams, by William F. Wyatt Jr. 
  • Arctic Regions: Away then Floats the Ice Island, by Michael A. Lapides
  • Research Library has a History of its Own, by Laura Pereira

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Summer 2011

Featured articles include:

  • Captain Paul Cuffe Park, by James J. Lopes
  • How Much do We Really Know?, by Robert C. Rocha Jr.

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Winter/Spring 2011

Featured articles include:

  • Industry & Commerce: Innovation and Entrepreneurship, by Gregory Galer, Ph.D.
  • Eyes on the Whale: Collecting Visual Images of Moby Dick, by Elizabeth Schultz, Ph.D.
  • An Anthropologist's View of Risk and Whaling, by Suzanne F. Finney, Ph.D.
  • Learning Lessons from Banking History and the Merchants (National) Bank of New Bedford, by Robert E. Wright, Ph.D.

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Fall 2010

Featured articles include:

  • Charmed by the Sea: One Hundred and Fifty Years and More of Yachting on Buzzards Bay, by Llewellyn Howland III and Michael Lapides
  • The Same, but Different: Mammalian Similarities of Humans and Whales are Noted by Even the Youngest Museum Visitors, by William Renehan and Robert Rocha
  • Old Books, New Reading -- Part II: The Melville Society Archive at the New Bedford Whaling Museum, by Wyn Kelley and Mary K. Bercaw Edwards, Melville Society Cultural Project

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Summer 2010

Featured articles include:

  • Returning to Our Roots: ODHS Wattles Family Gallery, by Gregory Galer, Ph.D.
  • Before the Mast with Joe Mello
  • Old Books, New Reading -- Part I: The Melville Society Archive at the New Bedford Whaling Museum, by Wyn Kelley and Mary K. Bercaw Edwards, Melville Society Cultural Project
  • Curatorial Vignettes: Fact of Fiction? , by Michael P. Dyer
  • A Brief Look at Azoreans and Cape Verdeans in the American Whaling Industry, by Donald Warrin, Ph.D.
  • Curatorial Vignettes: A New Digital Archive Underway, by Michael Lapides

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Winter/Spring 2010

Featured articles include:

  • Artists of Southeastern Massachusetts, by Llewellyn Howland III
  • Illustrated Logbooks of Captain Joseph W. Tuck of Provincetown, by Michael P. Dyer
  • Moby-Dick in Northern Kentucky and Back to New Bedford Again, by Robert K. Wallace
  • Why the Map Stayed Home: The Vatican Loan Request, by Robert Hauser

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Fall 2009

Featured articles include:

  • Hands On, Minds On: Extending the Classroom Experience, by Sara Meirowitz
  • Behind the Scenes: An Intern's View of Exhibition Installation, by Rose Horton
  • Baleia a Vista! Honoring Azorean Whalemen, by Laura Pereia, with the assistance of Julie Rocha
  • The Earliest American Whaleship Ambrotype, by Michael Lapides
  • The Many Mysteries of Manuel Enos, by Stuart Frank, Ph.D.

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Summer 2009

Featured articles include:

  • Sharing the Stage: Cutting-in to Learn More, by Bob Rocha
  • Curatorial Vignettes: The Captain, the Lady, and the Sippican Swift, by Stuart M. Frank, Ph.D.
  • Curatorial Vignettes: Hope and the Anchor, by Michael P. Dyer
  • Hollywood Bloopers...Continued: The Wrong Whales, by Richard Ellis
  • Edgar Allan Poe Goes Whaling: The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym Revisited, by Stuart M. Frank, Ph.D.
  • A Sailor's Life for Me! Hard Tack and Plum Duff: Food for Whalers, by Sara Meirowitz

The Bulletin from Johnny Cake Hill, Winter/Spring 2009

Featured articles include:

  • The Story of Eg1909: How Two Right Whale Skeletons Came to New Bedford, by Bob Rocha
  • Prescott Collection: Small Region, Wide World, by Michael Lapides
  • W. J. Huggins, North and South; and New Bedford’s Greatest Whaling Print, by Stuart M. Frank, Ph. D
  • Hollywood Blooper: “Mr. Cage, Let Us Tell You About Our Desk, by Evan Price
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