THS Group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/THS_group - This is a Members Only group, all current THS members are welcome to join.
Visiting the Titanic Museum? Coming to Indian Orchard, Massachusetts? Travel, lodging and more information at: www.valleyvisitor.com
Coast Guard Ice Patrol: www.uscg.mil/lantarea/iip/home.html - The sinking of the RMS TITANIC on April 15, 1912, was the prime impetus for the establishment of the International Ice Patrol. See Also our article on the Ice Patrol.
Encyclopedia Titanica: http://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/ - A unique resource for anyone interested in the Titanic. Detailed passenger and crew biographies, regularly updated passenger and crew listings, exclusive research articles and ongoing discussions about the Titanic.
The Titanic Research and Modeling Association: http://www.titanic-model.com/ - Dedicated to the research of Olympic class ships and other great liners of the past.Titanic - The Legend Continues : http://www.titanicbranson.com/ - A state-of-the-art journey begins when passengers board the ship through an iceberg at the water's edge. Once inside the real story unfolds as the great Titanic lives on -- a towering symbol recreated in all her glorious splendor.You will relive the last hours of her fateful April 1912 voyage and emotionally connect to her passengers and crew through their words and stories. In the artifact galleries you will almost feel their presence in spirit where over 400 personal and private artifacts including some loaned from the Titanic Historical Society Collection are on display. There are no salvaged artifacts.Upon entry you will be handed a boarding pass bearing the name of a passenger. What happened to this person will be revealed on the Memorial Wall.
EXCLUSIVE! Examiner.com/Nashville was the FIRST press in the world to get an exclusive tour through the work in progress, Titanic Pigeon Forge. Titanic fanatics will love this memorial / museum, featuring 1st in the world exhibits. http://www.examiner.com/examiner/x-7975-Nashville-Adventures-Examiner~y2009m10d10-An-examinercom-exclusive-Titanic-Pigeon-Forge-prepares-for-voyage
Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management, Halifax, NS, has launched a virtual exhibit and searchable database built around a very rare archival document--the Disposition of Bodies ex Titanic Recovered up to May 13, 1912. http://www.gov.ns.ca/nsarm/cap/titanic
This printed list is the most complete known record of the dead recovered from the disaster site. The list has been scanned so that Internet visitors can experience the appearance of the original document, and the information it contains has also been migrated into a searchable database. The list enumerates 328 bodies retrieved from the North Atlantic and either buried at sea or brought to Halifax. Details for each include identity, if known; physical features and information about clothing and personal effects; and directions for the disposition of remains.
An accompanying virtual exhibit features nearly 80 historical photographs and documents, most of them presented online for the first time. Together, the list and the exhibit provide a striking visual record detailing the aftermath of Titanic’s catastrophic end.
Halifax Public Libraries "The Sinking of the Titanic": http://www.halifaxpubliclibraries.ca/pdfs/resource_lists/titanic_07.pdf a PDF format document highlighting materials about the Titanic held by the Halifax Public Libraries. The Resource list is free to download or print. A featured resource for March/April 2007. PDF document requires a program like Adobe Reader (free).
Agawam Historical Association: http://www.agawam-history.org/ Agawam is a town rich in history - from its founding in 1636, to its incorporation in 1855, to having the first Zip Code in the United States. Browse through the web site and discover things from French and Indian War veterans graves to the largest amusement park in New England.