"Argonauta" and "The Northern Mariner" of the Canadian Nautical Research Society

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The winter is coming (for some of us), so it would be good to have some nice and interesting publications to read:

During some research in the web I found the overview and possibility for download of

Argonauta, a quarterly publication of the Society. Besides serving as the CNRS newsletter, it also provides a place for articles less formal than those which would appear in The Northern Mariner. It is also the best place for queries and small research notes.

and

The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord, ISSN No. 1183-112X (paper), 2561-5467 (electronic), is a fully refereed journal devoted to all aspects of the North Atlantic and North Pacific. It publishes essays, notes and documents on a variety of naval and maritime history, including merchant shipping, maritime labour, naval history, shipbuilding, fishing, ports, trade, nautical archaeology and maritime societies. TNM/LMN is published quarterly by The Canadian Nautical Research Society in association with the North American Society for Oceanic History (NASOH)



 
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