Experience History in the Making

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 10:55 AM by Annika Carow

The Smithsonian-inspired Harbor History Museum in Gig Harbor is currently working on restoring a 1925 fishing boat named the Shenandoah.
The boat was donated to the museum in 2000 and they are now working on a restoration that is open to the public to watch. The Shenandoah is one of only two Skansie-built purse seiners remaining in Gig Harbor. When completed, the Shenandoah will serve as a tribute to the boat builders and fishermen of the region. For more information visit their website..
Author: Annika Carow

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