NARM Quarterly Summer 2022 - Page 13

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Lincoln County Historical Society | Pacific Maritime Heritage Center

Newport, Oregon


The Pacific Maritime Heritage Center is one of two museum locations operated by the Lincoln County Historical Society in Newport, Oregon. The exhibits and programming share the stories of those who desire to live and work where the sea meets land, and along its rivers and estuaries. This 30,000 sq. ft. interactive center incorporates the working wharf, educational programs, and local

Jamestown, Rhode Island


Before European settlement, the Narragansett tribe occupied Conanicut Island, clearing the land and planting crops. The resulting grasslands attracted colonial farmers for pasturing their sheep and cattle. In 1789 Job Watson purchased a piece of this rich farmland, and for the next two centuries five successive generations of the Watson family cultivated it. Still a working family farm today, explore this 265-acre property with a self-guided landscape walking tour.

Historic New England | Watson Farm

Greenville, South Carolina


The Sigal Music Museum is home to one of the largest collections of historically significant musical instruments in the country. In addition to ever-changing displays of our permanent pieces, the museum hosts the exhibits of culturally important instruments on loan from various institutions and collections. Our museum also serves as a performance venue, providing space for intimate concerts by distinguished local and international artists. We also offer opportunities for audiences to hear special performances on select period instruments.

Sigal Music Museum

maritime uses. The center features maritime-related exhibits and art. Located in an impressive building on Newport’s historic Bayfront, the building and site were purchased by the Lincoln County Historical Society in 2004 and have undergone extensive renovation.