Presenter: Ralph Eshelman | Historian and Author of several successful National Historic Landmark Nominations
Ralph Eshelman has over 35 years of cultural resource management experience. His work includes researching and writing the Historic Context Study for the oystering and fishing industries of the United States for the National Maritime Initiative of the National Park Service. Eshelman prepared the Cultural Resource Management Plan for the United States Coast Guard. He has written numerous successful National Register of Historic Places and National Historic Landmark nominations including the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse and Grand Central Terminal Oyster Bar. Eshelman served as historian for the team that wrote the “Historic Lighthouse Preservation Handbook” for the United States Coast Guard and National Park Service and he wrote the Recommended Criteria for the Selection of the Principal Museum for the Monitor Collection of Artifacts and Papers.
Lectures are $10; FREE for AMM Members First Mate and above ($100). Pay at the door.