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  • Title: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, Oregon | Maritime History of the Columbia River
    Descriptive info: .. ABOUT.. History.. Mission.. Corporate Supporters.. Leadership.. Overview.. COLLECTION.. About.. Lightship Columbia.. Pilot Boat Peacock.. Research Library.. Collection FAQ.. EXHIBITS.. Current Exhibits.. EVENTS.. Community Programs and Activities.. Event Rentals.. EDUCATION.. Community Events.. School Programs.. Resources.. BARBEY MARITIME CENTER.. The Barbey Legacy.. History of the Building.. Restoration of the Building.. Courses at the Center.. Course Overview.. Course Descriptions.. Course Schedule.. Faculty.. Before You Register.. Register.. Sign Up for Updates.. VISIT.. Admission and Hours.. Map and Directions.. Group Tours.. Podcasts and Video.. Visit FAQs.. About the Area.. JOIN US.. Support the Museum.. Depot Project.. Annual Giving.. Planned Giving.. Corporate Support.. Memberships.. Memorials.. Columbia River Society.. Make a Donation.. Giving FAQ.. Become a Member.. Become a Volunteer.. PRESS.. Press Releases.. In the News.. GIVING.. Annual Appeal.. CONTACT.. TUITION REDUCED!.. Register now for wooden boat building classes and other workshops.. The Barbey Maritime Center at the Columbia River Maritime Museum is hosting wooden boat building courses and many other workshops in 2013.. View..  ...   get a free Museum coffee mug!.. MORE.. THEY'RE HERE!.. THE BRIX MARITIME STORY.. Recounted by a third generation Brix (Peter), who worked from deckhand to CEO, The Brix Maritime Story is a unique telling of local and industry history.. Heavily illustrated by maritime photos and maps, it portrays the development of the industry over a 100-year span from 1909.. The book will appeal to maritime enthusiasts or anyone interested in a personal story of how one family helped to shape the marine transportation business.. SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR SUMMER 2013.. Free hands-on programs are scheduled daily throughout the summer at the Columbia River Maritime Museum.. Programs include.. Sharks of the Pacific Northwest,.. Life at Sea.. Rescue at Sea.. SHOP OUR STORE.. GET ENEWS.. RIVER CAM.. WEATHER.. SCHOOL PROGRAMS.. PODCASTS/VIDEO.. Columbia River Maritime Museum.. 1792 Marine Drive | Astoria, OR 97103 | 503.. 325.. 2323.. Open daily 9:30am - 5:00pm.. Contact Us.. |.. Site Map.. | Design by.. Whole Brain Creative, Inc..

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  • Title: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, Oregon | History
    Descriptive info: HISTORY.. photo by Bill Lind.. The Columbia River Maritime Museum was founded in 1962 when Rolf Klep, a native Astorian, returned to his birthplace after retiring from a successful career as a graphic artist on the East Coast.. On his return, Klep – a longtime collector of maritime artifacts – and a group of his colleagues sought to establish a museum to preserve the rich maritime heritage of the entire Columbia River region.. They envisioned a museum of national distinction.. Today, the Columbia River Maritime Museum’s reputation for the quality of its exhibits and the scope of its collections makes it one of the finest maritime museums in the nation.. It was the first museum in  ...   interactive exhibits that combine history with cutting-edge technology and numerous Museum acquisitions.. On May 11, 2002, the Columbia River Maritime Museum celebrated completion of the expansion along with the Museum’s 40th Anniversary.. Six galleries, the Great Hall, and the.. Lightship.. Columbia.. interpret the Pacific Northwest’s rich maritime history.. Visitors of all ages can experience what it’s like to pilot a tugboat, participate in a Coast Guard rescue on the Columbia River Bar, and live in Astoria during the height of salmon fishing.. Huge windows along the north wall showcase the Columbia River as a dynamic backdrop for exhibits.. A private non-profit organization, the Columbia River Maritime Museum is funded by.. memberships.. ,.. charitable contributions.. admission fees..

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  • Title: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, Oregon | Mission
    Descriptive info: MISSION.. The mission of the Columbia River Maritime Museum is to collect and preserve historical and cultural maritime material relevant to the Columbia River, and to display and interpret selected material from the collections for the education and enjoyment of the public..

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  • Title: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, Oregon | Corporate Supporters
    Descriptive info: CORPORATE SUPPORTERS.. Our Corporate Supporters play a vital role in furthering the Museum s.. mission.. to preserve the rich maritime heritage of the Columbia River.. Learn more.. about how your company can join our growing list of Corporate Supporters.. Andrew Young Farm.. Arbor Care Tree Specialists.. Arnerich Massena, Inc.. Arthritis Foundation.. Baked Alaska.. Bank of Astoria.. Bank of the Pacific.. Beecher-Carlson Insurance.. Blue Scorcher Bakery Cafe.. Braarud Fine Art.. Bridgewater Bistro.. Bruce's Candy Kitchen.. Cannery Pier Hotel.. Chown Hardware.. Chubb Insurance.. City Lumber.. Clatsop Care Center Health District.. Clatsop Community Bank.. Clatsop Distributing Company.. Coast River Business Journal.. Columbia Grain International.. Columbia River Bar  ...   House Deli.. Fultano's Pizza.. Holiday Inn Express Suites, Astoria.. Hood River Distillers.. Kvichak Marine.. LEKTRO.. Lum's Auto Center.. MCM Construction Inc.. The Mallory Company.. Miller Paint.. Moby Dick Hotel Tabard Inn.. Nehalem Bay Winery.. Ocean Crest Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac.. P L Johnson Mechanical.. Portland Spirit.. Providence Seaside Hospital.. Safeway Companies Employee Association.. Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc.. Silver Salmon Grille.. System 3 Resins.. TLC Federal Credit Union.. Teevin Bros.. Land Timber Co.. Tidewater Barge Lines, Inc.. Versa Corporation.. Vigor Industrial LLC.. Walter E.. Nelson Co.. of Astoria.. Warrenton Auto Marine Repair, Inc.. Wauna Federal Credit Union.. Western Oregon Waste.. Whole Brain Creative.. Winks Hardware..

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  • Title: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, Oregon | Leadership
    Descriptive info: LEADERSHIP.. A board of trustees is responsible for governing the Columbia River Maritime Museum.. All executive committee members and trustees, except for the Museum’s executive director, serve the Museum in a volunteer capacity and do not receive compensation for their service.. BOARD OF TRUSTEES.. Executive Committee.. Roger Qualman, Chairman.. Helena Lankton, Vice Chairman.. Bruce Buckmaster, Treasurer.. Capt.. Thron Riggs, Secretary.. Thomas V.. Dulcich, Immediate Past Chairman.. Ward Cook, Advisor.. George Beall, Advisor.. Donald Magnusen, Advisor..  ...   Hall.. Ted Halton, Jr.. Don Haskell.. Bill Henningsgaard.. David Hill.. Senator Betsy Johnson.. Dr.. Russell Keizer.. Kenneth Kirn.. Irene Martin.. James McClaskey.. David Myers.. Larry Perkins.. Jim Richards.. Jeanyse Snow.. Mike Sorkki.. June Spence.. Guy Stephenson.. Bill Stevens.. Ambassador Charles Swindells.. Shawn Teevin.. Bill Wyatt.. Trustee Emeritus.. Peter Brix.. Richard Carruthers.. Walter Gadsby, Jr.. Alan Goudy.. Louis Larson.. Advisory Trustees.. Tuba Ozkan-Haller.. James Lerczak.. Honorary Trustees.. Merlin Humpal.. Mayor Willis Van Dusen.. Victor G.. Atiyeh..

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  • Title: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, Oregon | Overview
    Descriptive info: OVERVIEW.. The Columbia River Maritime Museum provides a passage back in time for guests of all ages by combining history with cutting-edge technology.. During your visit, be sure to:.. see the interactive display that identifies the many.. shipwrecks.. that occurred at or near the mouth of the Columbia River, dubbed the The Graveyard of the Pacific.. watch a brief orientation film,.. The Great River of the West,.. that shows just how dangerous the Columbia River Bar can be, even for the most experienced pilots.. roam the six galleries of artifacts and exhibits from the Museum s collection of more than 30,000  ...   your hand as a pilot in our tugboat simulator.. listen to recorded stories of actual Coast Guard rescues on the Columbia River Bar.. catch a glimpse of the mighty river through huge windows on the north façade of the Museum.. return to the Museum to see new exhibits that change on a regular basis.. If you are a frequent visitor of the Columbia River Maritime Museum or simply want to support its.. , consider becoming a.. member.. and receive special benefits, including free admission!.. Click and drag inside the image below to see a 360-degree view of the Great Hall (Requires Quicktime)..

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  • Title: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, Oregon | About the Collection
    Descriptive info: ABOUT THE COLLECTION.. photo by Michael Mathers.. The Columbia River Maritime Museum specializes in collecting and exhibiting maritime artifacts from the Columbia River and the Pacific Northwest.. The Museum’s collection, made up of artifacts collected since its opening, has grown to more than 30,000 objects, 20,000 photographs, and a 10,000-volume research library.. Combined, these resources make the Columbia River Maritime Museum one of the foremost repositories of Pacific Northwest maritime artifacts in the country.. The Columbia River Maritime Museum accepts the donation of artifacts to the collection on a case-by-case basis, taking into consideration the object’s relevance to the mission of the Museum, its space and preservation requirements and other factors.. Find out more about donating an item.. Look for the following special pieces during your  ...   of commerce in the Columbia basin, second only to the.. Columbia Rediviva.. , for which the river was named.. a model-1841 U.. Navy officer’s sword and scabbard found buried on Clatsop Spit, and believed to be from the shipwrecked.. USS Shark.. that foundered on the Columbia River Bar in 1846.. a wooden block and chunk of beeswax from a 17th century Manila galleon wrecked on Nehalem Spit (these are the oldest artifacts in the Museum’s collection).. Researchers, scholars and authors from around the world have tapped the informational resources of the Columbia River Maritime Museum.. It has also served as a knowledge source for.. National Geographic.. The Sea Hunters.. The History Detectives.. (PBS), Oregon State Parks and Recreation, Oregon Public Broadcasting and the National Park Service..

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  • Title: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, Oregon | Lightship Columbia
    Descriptive info: LIGHTSHIP.. COLUMBIA.. A National Historic Landmark.. In early U.. history, lightships helped provide safe navigation along the country’s coasts and Great Lakes.. Serving as floating lighthouses, the lightships would anchor over treacherous reefs, or mark narrow approaches to channel, river or harbor entrances.. Lightships not only provided a beacon where a traditional lighthouse could not stand, but they could also be stationed offshore, where a beam from a coastal lighthouse would not reach.. The first U.. lightship provided aid to mariners entering Chesapeake Bay, and was stationed off Willoughby Spit, Virginia in 1820.. The last serving lightship,.. Nantucket.. WLV-613, was retired in 1983.. The first lightship to shine a beam on the West Coast was the.. Columbia,.. and was stationed at the mouth of the Columbia River in 1892.. There were a total of five  ...   was commissioned December 19, 1950, and was stationed 5.. 3 statute miles from the mouth of the Columbia River beginning in April 1951.. While in service, the Lightship.. demanded seventeen crewmembers, with ten men on duty at all times.. The crew spent their off-duty time fishing, reading, playing cards, resting and eating.. WLV-604 was decommissioned in 1979, and arrived at the Columbia River Maritime Museum on December 9, 1980.. She is the first vessel in Oregon to be placed on the National Register.. NOTE:.. The Lightship.. will be temporarily relocated from its dock at the 17th Street Pier while the City of Astoria performs repairs on the pier structure.. The Lightship.. is scheduled to return to the 17th Street Pier and reopen for tours the weekend of July 4th, 2013.. Please call the Museum for details..

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  • Title: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, Oregon | Pilot Boat Peacock
    Descriptive info: PILOT BOAT.. PEACOCK.. Designed as the ultimate heavy weather vessel, the Pilot Boat.. crossed the most dangerous river bar on the planet, the Columbia River Bar, more than 35,000 times during her 30-plus year career.. was decommissioned and replaced by an integrated pilot boat/helicopter transportation system in 1999.. Because of her historical significance, however, the.. was given to the Columbia River Maritime Museum by the.. Columbia River Bar Pilots Association.. for preservation and display.. The Columbia River Maritime Museum initiated a campaign to restore and exhibit the.. on the Museum campus, celebrating her important role in providing safe transportation of bar pilots to and from ships as they entered and exited the mouth of the Columbia River.. Weighing 220,000 pounds,  ...   east end of the Museum campus.. Placement on the structure's support cradles was engineered to accuracy within one-sixteenth of an inch.. The Pilot Boat.. was custom-built for the Columbia River Bar Pilots in Germany in 1964, and is based on a North Sea rescue boat design.. Delivered for service in 1967, she is 90 feet long, 33 feet tall, and is self-righting.. The stern of the boat is hinged to allow the launch and recovery of a 23-foot daughter boat used in heavy weather to make the actual transfer of the pilots between the ship and pilot boat.. Peacock's.. maximum speed was 26 miles per hour.. She carried a crew of three in addition to up to 12 bar pilots..

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  • Title: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, Oregon | Research Library
    Descriptive info: RESEARCH LIBRARY.. Housed within the Museum’s east end offices, the Ted M.. Natt Research Library contains a growing collection of historical resources pertaining to the maritime history of the Columbia River and the Pacific Northwest.. Considered one of the best repositories in the country for maritime material from the region, the Library is vital to the Museum’s.. , and serves scholars across the United States and abroad.. This non-circulating reference collection is available by appointment on Tuesdays between 10 a.. m.. and 4 p.. to scholars, historians and the general public.. Please contact the.. curatorial staff.. at least one week in advance to schedule an appointment.. Using the Research Library.. The Columbia River Maritime Museum provides staff assistance and a secure, comfortable environment in which to view library materials.. The staff will provide guidance in using catalogs and finding aids, and can also suggest other sources that may aid your research.. You may source library materials in person, by phone, or in writing via mail, fax or e-mail.. In person.. Schedule your visit with the curatorial staff at least one week in advance.. Appointments are available between 10 a.. on Tuesdays.. Other dates and times may be scheduled in special circumstances.. If there are specific items you are seeking, they can be pulled in advance of your arrival.. No items will be pulled after 3:30 p.. Use pencils only.. Other writing and  ...   catalog.. Please be aware of the.. rights and permissions.. extended to you for use of materials from the Research Library.. About the Photography Collection.. The Columbia River Maritime Museum’s photography collection includes over 20,000 images, most pertaining to nineteenth and early twentieth century history of the Columbia River.. Features of the collection include:.. Shipwrecks at the mouth of the Columbia River.. (view the.. shipwreck map.. ).. Steamboats.. Fishing activities and vessels.. U.. Navy, World War II.. Cannery operations.. Views of Astoria, Oregon and other river communities.. Large sailing vessels of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.. For a complete list of photographic subject categories, view the.. Photography Subject Holdings.. Obtaining Images for Publication and Historical Research.. Reproduction 8x10 images from the.. photography collection.. are available in print or high-resolution digital format for $30 each (shipping included).. Orders must be paid before requests will be processed, and require approximately three weeks to complete.. To order a reproduction print or digital file, please download and complete an image request form, and mail it to the Museum with your payment.. Download and complete the image request form.. Images published in any medium require written permission of the Columbia River Maritime Museum.. Use fees (beyond the cost of the image) and other conditions apply.. Please review our.. image reproduction and use policy.. for details.. Permission to use the image(s) is not fully granted until fees are paid..

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  • Title: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, Oregon | Collection FAQ
    Descriptive info: COLLECTION FAQ.. Below are a just a few of the questions we answer often at the Columbia River Maritime Museum.. When you receive a new item to be added to the collection, what are the steps you take to prepare it for preservation, display or storage?.. When an item is offered to the Museum, we first evaluate whether it fits the mission of the Museum.. If it does, we next consider the long-term storage and preservation needs of the artifact.. Assuming we can accommodate those needs and the decision is made to accept the item, a receipt is prepared and sent to the donor for signature.. The item is then carefully cleaned, its condition is inspected, and a report is prepared.. The item is assigned a unique number, all required paperwork is collected into an accession file, and the object is either stored or displayed.. If the item is displayed, its condition is a factor in determining and preparing the proper mounting system or display case for the item.. What are some of the most common ways damage may be caused to an artifact?.. Careless handling of an object is probably the most common cause of damage.. Heat, humidity, and light can also be detrimental – particularly when their effects may not be readily apparent until significant damage is done to the item.. Measures must be taken to limit such potentially harmful environmental exposure.. What is the oldest, most rare, valuable or significant item in the collection?.. The oldest item in the collection is a wooden block and chunk of beeswax from a 17th century Manila galleon wrecked on Nehalem spit.. The most rare item is the fur trade token.. This token and others like it were struck in Birmingham, England by John Walker  ...   the Museum building.. How often to you change the items on display?.. Our goal is to present new exhibits on an annual basis.. Do you loan your artifacts to other museums for display on a temporary basis?.. The Columbia River Maritime Museum loans items from its collection to institutions that meet the American Association of Museums’ accreditation standards for collection care.. How do you evaluate an object’s authenticity before adding it to the collection?.. If there is a question concerning authenticity of an item, the Museum staff will consult with experts for authentication.. What special training or education is required to work with important, rare or delicate artifacts?.. Some universities offer advanced degrees in museum studies, and these courses provide preparation for work in the museum field.. History and anthropology degrees impart a solid understanding of research methods, which is also helpful.. Physical agility, mental alertness, a steady demeanor and good situational awareness are also valuable when working with artifacts.. What’s the most unusual or complex piece you’ve had to work with in terms of preserving, displaying or storing an object?.. Mounting the.. Motor Lifeboat 44300.. , showcased in a dramatic rescue display in the Museum’s front windows, required two cranes and a forklift.. How can I access the research library or photo archive? Is it open to the public?.. Natt Research Library.. is open for appointments on Tuesdays from 10 a.. to 4 p.. Other dates and times may be arranged in special circumstances.. What notable researchers or projects have tapped the Columbia River Maritime Museum as an information resource?.. (PBS), Oregon State Parks and Recreation, Oregon Public Broadcasting and the National Park Service, as well as international scholars, researchers and authors have used the Columbia River Maritime Museum as an information resource..

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