Wisconsin's Underwater Treasures Museum Exhibit
The Wisconsin Maritime Museum in Manitowoc is hosting a brand new exhibit open from 14 March 2015 thru 15 April 2016, featuring Wisconsin's underwater treasures. The exhibit will feature shipwrecks from each of the four maritime communities around the area: Port Washington, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, and Two Rivers.

The exhibit is scheduled to be extended through April 2016 and will be expanded over the summer to include more shipwrecks of the proposed National Marine Sanctuary in Wisconsin waters.
Modelling Change: Quantifying Great Lakes Metal Shipwreck Degradation using Structure from Motion 3D Imaging
Presentation to the Society for Historical Archaeology
9:15 AM Advances in Archaeological Methods I
Washington D.C.
Shipwrecks of Lake Geneva and beyond
1-2 PM Downtown Lake Geneva (Horticulture Hall- 330 Broad Street, Lake Geneva)
Winter Speaker Series sponsored by Black Point Estate on Lake Geneva. Maritime Archaeology and Shipwrecks of Lake Geneva. Ever wondered what's at the bottom of Geneva Lake? Learn about these many wrecks and others within the collection that dots Wisconsin's bottomlands.
Myths and Mysteries surrounding the Christmas Tree Ship Rouse Simmons
History Sandwiched In -Lecture Series at Wisconsin Historical Museum, Madison, Wisconsin
Programs run from 12:15 – 1 pm.
Cure Cabin Fever: Underwater Archaeology
Dive into the exciting world of underwater archaeology. Learn about Wisconsin's maritime past through fun archaeology-themed activities and crafts. Listen to old sailor tales about sunken ships and submerged ruins of towns, and maybe make some underwater discoveries of your own!

Kids activity at Wisconsin Historical Museum- Madison
Great Lakes Shipwrecks of Wisconsin
Presentation: Shipwrecks of Wisconsin
H.H. Bennett Studio, Wisconsin Dells
5 P.M.

Dive into the history hidden beneath the waves with Wisconsin Historical Society's maritime archaeologist, Tamara Thomsen. Explore Wisconsin's Great Lakes shipwrecks through underwater video, historic photographs and archaeological discoveries! Learn how Wisconsin Historical Society documents these time capsules of our maritime past.
Speeding Maritime Archeology Using Ultralight Aircraft
Wednesday Night at the Lab Lecture Series
Learn about recent shipwreck discoveries off Rawley Point in Lake Michigan generated by a partnership with ultralight pilot, Suzze Johnson.

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Aerial Shipwreck Discoveries off Rawley Point
1PM - Wisconsin Maritime Museum.

A co-presentation by Two Rivers' resident and ultralight pilot, Suzze Johnson, and Wisconsin Historical Society's Maritime Archaeologist, Tamara Thomsen about five new shipwrecks recently discovered from the air. Suzze Johnson and Tamara Thomsen's unique collaboration of discovery and identification began in 2013. Suzze will discuss challenges and inspiration gained from flying over the coastline of Manitowoc County and Tamara will identify, tell the histories, and explain the importance of these amazing shipwreck discoveries. Their partnership has lead to the nomination of each of these historically significant shipwrecks to the State and National Register of Historic Places.
Exploring River Shipwrecks
Lecture as part of Wisconsin History Tour
Hudson Area Library
700 First St, Hudson
Wisconsin Historical Foundation Luncheon
Lecture about our current project involving 3D mapping of the SS Wisconsin
Upper Midwest Scuba and Adventure Travel Show
March 11-12 2016 Minneapolis
Wisconsin Historical Society's Maritime Preservation and Archaeology Program will have an informational table and will be presenting information about our 2015 field season and use of Structure from Motion software to monitor shipwrecks.
Shipwrecks of the Proposed National Marine Sanctuary
Riveredge Nature Center

Lecture in partnership with Wisconsin Coastal Management Program to speak about the ongoing process of designating a National Marine Sanctuary in Wisconsin waters.
Ghost Ships Festival
March 18-19 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Wisconsin Historical Society's Maritime Preservation and Archaeology Program will have an informational table and will be presenting information about our 2015 field season and use of Structure from Motion software to monitor shipwrecks.
Wisconsin's Historic Shipwrecks
Lectures as part of the Wisconsin History Tour
12 PM
Oshkosh Public Library
MAST Workshop and Annual Dinner - Toledo, Ohio
April 9- 10 Toledo, Ohio
Presentations by Wisconsin Historical Society Maritime Archaeology staff at the Annual Dinner and Workshop of the Maritime Archaeological Survey Team (MAST).
Wisconsin's Historic Shipwrecks
Brookfield Public Library
time tba
Public Lecture
Field School in Underwater Archaeology
June 1- June 17, 2016
Wisconsin Historical Society maritime archaeologists will be hosting a field school in underwater archaeology for East Carolina University's Program in Maritime History on the remains of the Goodrich steamer "Atlanta" located off Harrington Beach State Park

A lecture and public Meet and Greet will be held in association with this project - tba.
Shipwrecks of the Apostle Islands
6PM Northern Great Lakes Visitors Center, Ashland, Wisconsin
Lecture as part of Wisconsin History Tour
Canaller Grace Channon Archeaological Survey
July 31- August 6
Phase II Archaeological Survey of the canaller Grace Channon.
Lecture and public Meet & Greet in partnership with Lakeshore State Park Milwaukee - dates and times tba.
Wisconsin Historical Society's Maritime Preservation and Archaeology Program's 2016 Field Season
Public Lecture: Presentation at Wisconsin Underwater Archaeological Association's Underwater Archaeology and Maritime History Conference. Tentative Date/Time/Location tba
Gales of November Maritime History Conference
November 4-5 Duluth, Minnesota
Wisconsin Historical Society's Maritime Preservation and Archaeology Program will have an informational table.
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