The `City of Ships.'

December 1986
Yankee;Dec86, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p58
The small Maine city of Bath (pop.10,200) is known for its long, illustrious and continuing connection with the shipbuilder's craft. Since 1607, Bath-built ships have slid into the Kennebec River. History; Bath IronWorks idle as a major employer with current residents.


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