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Subject: The Great Lakes Center for Maritime Studies Launches New Web Site
From: Great Lakes Center for Maritime Studies <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Mon, 7 Aug 2000 16:46:20 -0400

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The GLCMS announced today the upgrading of its web site on the World Wide
Web. The site now features information about the founding of the GLCMS, and
past and current projects, including "Fish for All: The Legacy of Lake
Michigan Fisheries Management and Policy."

Persons interested in the "Fish for All" projects can see images of the
exhibit, and some of the artifacts, photographs, and documents featured in
the exhibit. They can also hear portions of many of the oral history
interviews collected with tribal, sport, and commercial fishers and state
and federal government fisheries managers as well as view a QuickTime movie
collage of the many oral histories gathered for this project.

The GLCMS web site also includes information on researchers associated with
its projects both in the past and at present. Persons who wish to purchase
the GLCMS's poster which accompanies the "Fish for All" exhibit, can obtain
ordering information from the Web site.

The GLCMS web site was updated by doctoral associate Clay Johnson, who has
been working on the "Fish for All" team for the past year. Johnson developed
the site under the supervision of project co-director Kristin M. Szylvian,
Associate Professor of History.

The Great Lakes Center for Maritime Studies web site address is:

For information about "Fish for All: The Legacy of Lake Michigan Fisheries
Management and Policy," and other projects completed by the GLCMS click

To hear oral history samples or to see a QuickTime video collage, click here
(QuickTime plug-in needed or the ability to listen to .wav formats):

For more information please e-mail the GLCMS at [log in to unmask] or call the
GLCMS at 616-387-7330.


Clay Johnson
Great Lakes
Center for Maritime Studies

E-mail: [log in to unmask]

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