Two more Journals (Vols. 22 & 23) have now been added to the list available for download on the PUBLICATIONS page. They are password protected and have been added to the list of passwords available on the same page. These Journals are searchable by text and thanks are due to Steve Walton for sorting out the files.
A superb list of visits has been arranged by Neil Grant for 2019; and they are listed on the VISITS page.
The ORDCON Conference 2019 is being held on Saturday 23rd February at Hindlip Hall near Worcester – full details on the ORDNANCE RELATED EVENTS page.
2019 Conference – Wooden Walls and Stone Bastions
Ship and ordnance remains on land and under the sea
The Nautical Archaeology Society and the Ordnance Society are excited to be co-hosting a two-day conference examining how ship and ordnance remains found on land and under the sea help our understanding of our maritime past.
To be held in Portsmouth on 16th-17th November 2019 in partnership with Nautical Archaeology Society
Call for Papers will open on the 10th May 2019. Sponsorship packages available – Please contact the Nautical Archaeology Society Office.
The booking form for the Naval Dockyards Society TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL CONFERENCE:
‘WE STAND ON GUARD FOR THEE.’ – Dockyards and Naval Bases in North America, the Atlantic and the Caribbean
to be held on Saturday 30 March 2019 at the National Maritime Museum Greenwich 11.00–4.30, is available on the ORDNANCE RELATED EVENTS page.
Volume 24 of the Ordnance Society Journal has now been published and copies posted to members.
This is the first Journal published for a considerable time and thanks are due to Andrew Tzavaras for pulling together the articles, to our current editor, Clive Woodley, for proof-reading and liaising with the authors, and to Kay Smith for preparing the final proof for publication.
This Newsletter was picked up from the printer this morning and is the post. Happy New Year!