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Rick Ramenda, a shipwright at the Henry B. duPont Preservation Shipyard, uses a reciprocating-type saw to cut through the fasteners holding the original ceiling planks to the massive frames in the hold of the Charles W. Morgan, the last remaining wooden whaling ship in the world and the "crown jewel" of the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HPU22" title="Mystic Seaport" href="/topic/arts-culture/mystic-seaport-HPU22.topic">Mystic Seaport</a> collection.
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( STEPHEN DUNN / HARTFORD COURANT / September 18, 2009 )

Rick Ramenda, a shipwright at the Henry B. duPont Preservation Shipyard, uses a reciprocating-type saw to cut through the fasteners holding the original ceiling planks to the massive frames in the hold of the Charles W. Morgan, the last remaining wooden whaling ship in the world and the "crown jewel" of the Mystic Seaport collection.

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