hunt map

Hunt plan

John Hunt 1607 Ink on paper A plan of Fort St George drawn on October 8. 1607. At this time only a small portion of

Knight and rams head

Fred Gosbee 2020 Wood 17th century ships used a pulley system to hoist heavy spars. The part fixed on the deck is known as a

Virginia’s mizzen tack

Traditional Rigging Co, Appleton Maine 2019 Canvas, rope, and twine Virginia’s sails are reinforced with rope which is handsewn by the sailmaker. At each corner

Rigging bench still life

MFS rigging crewe 2019 Twine and wood This is a double block (pulley) and a grommet which is a rope formed into a circle. The

Sword mat

MFS rigging crewe 2091 Rope and twine A sword map is used as a cushion when two heavy wooden spars come in contact with one

Mainstay mouse

MFS rigging crewe 2020 Rope and canvas A stay mouse is part of the rigging used in 16th – 19th century wooden ships as a

Song: Virginia of Sagadahoc

Fred Gosbee and Julia Lane Will West 2010 Construction details for the shallop Jane Stevens PrevJane Stevens Lines Details

Jane Stevens in fog

Will West 2010 Construction details for the shallop Jane Stevens Boats were and still are part of the equipment carried aboard every ship as a

Virginia at Fort St George

Sam Manning 2006 Ink on paper Drawing of Virginia at Fort St George along with native canoes PrevHunt plan This drawing depicts Virginia moored near

Virginia with tanbark sails

Gill Ross 2012, 2020 Watercolor with digital color modification Virginia Leaving a Maine Cove. This is the modified version showing tanbark sails. PrevStamp: Virginia of