The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum
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David Kavanagh, president of the Sun Ship Historical Society, looks at the Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company and its connection to Lukens Steel.

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Captain Greg Ketchen, US Coast Guard (ret), a volunteer at the Coast Guard Heritage Museum looks at the history and present day use of steel in icebreakers.

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Join Tyree Warner and Larry Freeman at 6 PM on as they explore World War II Liberty Ships featuring the 17 ships named in honor of African Americans.

Why and how many of the tridents still standing after the collapse of the World Trade Center towers were moved to the National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum in Coatesville Pennsylvania.
Jason Hall, Curator of Battleship New Jersey, looks at the ship's history, lore, and behind the scene stories.
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Ronald Medlock, VP - Technical Services, of High Steel Structures (Lancaster) and Dylan Alexander, Project Engineer, at ArcelorMittal (Coatesville) discuss the steelmaking and fabrication processes of bridges, including the recent Tappan Zee Bridge project.
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Coatesville Youth Initiative 2017 summer intern for NISHM  Kristian W looks at the use of steel in World War II.
In association with NISHM's "Shipbuilding the Age of Iron & Steel" exhibit Gene DiOrio, and his ever handy slide projector, tour the Queen Elizabeth II during her construction from a visit he made to Scotland in 1968. As an added bonus Gene talked about and showed slides of the SS United States.
Dr. Thomas Heinrich, author of the book "Ships for the Seven Seas: Shipbuilding in the Age of Industrial Capitalism," talks about shipbuilding in the Philadelphia area.
Larry Freeman, Graystone Society member and docent at the S.S. John Brown Liberty Ship, presents a lecture including photos and a virtual tour of the ship.
Author Dan Toomey talks about "The War Came by Train" The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad During the Civil War
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Marking the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Hampton Roads Jason Hall, VP Curatorial Affairs & Education at the Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial, presents "Battleship Development, from the Monitor to the New Jersey"
Lukens' involvement in the Leonardo da Vinci's Horse Project.
Paul Paskoff, Professor of Economics at LSU, lectures on tariffs and the American Iron & Steel industry at the Graystone Society's Spring Lecture #2.