Hull Life Saving Museum
The permanent exhibit at the Hull Lifesaving Museum narrates the many courageous rescues by Joshua James's and his crew, who saved more than 500 sailors wrecked at the entrance to Boston Harbor during the latter part of the 19th century.
The original of the U.S. Coast Guard started here and this gem of a local museum tells the story.
Learn about daring rescues from shipwrecks and the start of the U.S. Coast Guard. Hull is an official Coast Guard City, one of only 21 in the U.S.
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