Plan Brews To Return Right Whale Skeleton To Amagansett - 27 East

Plan Brews To Return Right Whale Skeleton To Amagansett

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A whale was caught off of Amagansett in 1907. That whale was taken and stored at the Natural History Museum. Now, locals hope to bring it back to Amagansett and put it on display.

A whale was caught off of Amagansett in 1907. That whale was taken and stored at the Natural History Museum. Now, locals hope to bring it back to Amagansett and put it on display.

A whale was caught off of Amagansett in 1907. That whale was taken and stored at the Natural History Museum. Now, locals hope to bring it back to Amagansett and put it on display.

A whale was caught off of Amagansett in 1907. That whale was taken and stored at the Natural History Museum. Now, locals hope to bring it back to Amagansett and put it on display.

A whale was caught off of Amagansett in 1907. That whale was taken and stored at the Natural History Museum. Now, locals hope to bring it back to Amagansett and put it on display.

A whale was caught off of Amagansett in 1907. That whale was taken and stored at the Natural History Museum. Now, locals hope to bring it back to Amagansett and put it on display.

A whale was caught off of Amagansett in 1907. That whale was taken and stored at the Natural History Museum. Now, locals hope to bring it back to Amagansett and put it on display.

A whale was caught off of Amagansett in 1907. That whale was taken and stored at the Natural History Museum. Now, locals hope to bring it back to Amagansett and put it on display.

A whale was caught off of Amagansett in 1907. That whale was taken and stored at the Natural History Museum. Now, locals hope to bring it back to Amagansett and put it on display.

A whale was caught off of Amagansett in 1907. That whale was taken and stored at the Natural History Museum. Now, locals hope to bring it back to Amagansett and put it on display.

Ray Hartjen of the East End Classic Boat Society is spearheading an effort to bring the whale back to Amagansett. ELIZABETH VESPE

Ray Hartjen of the East End Classic Boat Society is spearheading an effort to bring the whale back to Amagansett. ELIZABETH VESPE

Ray Hartjen of the East End Classic Boat Society is spearheading an effort to bring the whale back to Amagansett. ELIZABETH VESPE

Ray Hartjen of the East End Classic Boat Society is spearheading an effort to bring the whale back to Amagansett. ELIZABETH VESPE

authorElizabeth Vespe on Nov 22, 2019
On February 22, 1907, Roy Chapman Andrews’s first job out of college was to retrieve the bones of a 57-foot female right whale from the shores of Amagansett and take... more

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