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“If we don’t do anything, it will be forgotten” by Peter A. Mello
October 25, 2012, 10:39 pm
Filed under: life, maritime, maritime heritage | Tags: , ,

Seventy five years since his last visit, Samuel Nevins tours the Charles W. Morgan being restored in Mystic Seaport.

My favorite line: “Without a comfortable wife, you don’t have a life.”

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That’s a really moving video. I loved this wonderful line ‘without a comfortable wife, you don’t have a life’! So true indeed.

Comment by Anonymous

Col. Green’s estate was at Round Hill in Dartmouth, not Fairhaven. My father has told me about visiting the Morgan there many times, where she was in a sand berth until 1941.

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