By Michael E. Ruane / The Bulletin
August 5, 2010
ST. LEONARD, Md. — Once, this was a stout ship, with oak futtocks and floor timbers, fastened with iron nails, built with saw and adz and the calloused hands of shipwrights now long dead.
Two centuries ago, it was a simple coaster, hauling goods around the Eastern capes, armed against pirates,....