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Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

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The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum (LCMM) is a non-profit maritime museumlocated in Vergennes, Vermont, US. It preserves and shares the history and archaeology of Lake Champlain. LCMM studies and manages the shipwrecks discovered in Lake Champlain, and presents history of the people and culture of the Lake Champlain region through the preservation and analysis of artifacts. History Founded in 1985, the museum took up residence in an old stone schoolhouse on the grounds of the Basin Harbor Club, a private resort situated on the lake's shoreline, and opened to the public in 1986. Since its opening LCMM has expanded to include 18 buildings at two sites housing collections and exhibits, a boat shop and small shipyard, blacksmith facilities, an archaeological conservation laboratory, a museum store, offices, and lecture space. LCMM expanded in 2001 with the opening of the Burlington Shipyard in the city of Burlington, Vermont, some 20 miles north of LCMM's main campu
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