Signals Magazine Issue 134

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Signals Magazine Issue 134 - Autumn 2021

Signals is the museum's quarterly magazine, covering fascinating stories of maritime history, exhibition and events news, behind-the-scenes at the museum, member's updates, volunteer profiles, book reviews and more. 

Autumn 2021 Features: 
Haenyeo divers - Sea women of Korea
Fire on Water's Edge - The Black Summer bushfires
Welcoming Duyfken - New home for historic replica

Fire on Water's Edge
- An exhibition shares stories from the Black Summer of 2019 - 20
Welcome, Duyfken!
 'Little Dove' joins the museum's fleet
Haenyeo divers of Jeju Island
- The lives and culture of Korea's remarkable female free divers
Clock makers across the centuries
- Norman Banham and his replica Harrison marine chronometers
A gift of national importance
- The published journal of colonial Surgeon General John White
The legacy of blackbirding
- Slavery and Australian South Sea Islanders
A 1929 Ruby Princess prequel
- The Aorangi quarantine incident
Vigilance and service
- Celebrating 40 years of female surf lifesavers 
Whatever happened to Blythe Star?
- Mismanagement leads to tragedy in the Southern Ocean
- Remarkable: Stories of Australians and their boats and more
Tales from the Welcome Wall
- A Greek-Australian fights to repatriate the Parthenon Marbles
- Guiding Lights; When the Ship Hits the Fan
- Edward 'Teddy' Sheean VC; Art inspired by war

Signals is also available for $4.95 per issue at the museum shop.