Wrack Lines – Spring/Summer 2006 (Vol. 6, No. 1)


  • Letter from the Editor #8 by Peg Van Patten. Download
  • Wading in Quinnipiac Mud Guides Career Path for Beth Owen by Tristan Kading: How a former Yale/Sea Grant Coastal Intern found happiness (and work) in Maine. Download
  • Clam Heaven: What Summer Brings to the Connecticut Shore by Tessa Getchis: Grab your bucket and rake, and your permit and head for the beach! Download
  • The Venture Adventure by Nancy Steenburg and Elizabeth Kading: The life and times of an 18th century West African slave and freeman in Stonington Connecticut are a story of the triumph of the human spirit. Download
  • "My Freedom is a Privilege..." by Peg Van Patten: A high school teacher's new curriculum could inspire everyone. Download
  • Adriaen Block: the Discovery of Long Island Sound and the New Netherlands Colony: what drove the course of history? by Johan C. Varekamp and Daphne S. Varekamp: Why did the early explorers cross the ocean to pursue a small furry mammal? Download
  • One Size Doesn't Fit All for New England Fisheries Management by Robert S. Pomeroy: New options and ideas for fisheries management show promise in the Northeast. Download
  • City Kids Meet Sea Life by Peg Van Patten: Some lucky youngsters in shelters in southeastern Connecticut got to meet sea creatures up close and personal, and do fun crafts activities too. Download
  • Black Hands, Blue Seas Exhibit Makes a Splash at Mystic Seaport Museum of America and the Sea Download