Councils A Vital Force Voyages of "Old Ironsides"

Hessman, James D.
December 2003
Sea Power;Dec2003, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p47
Reports on the completion of a tour of cities of the Old Ironsides Across the Nation, an educational outreach program sponsored by the U.S. Navy and the USS Constitution Museum. Preparation for the continuation of the tour; Purpose of the program; Average number of visitors of the museum.


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