List of schooners
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The following are notable schooner-rigged vessels.
|Name||Image||Built||Flag & home port||Description||Rig||Notes|
|A. J. Meerwald||1928||Bivalve, New Jersey||Educational vessel and state ship of New Jersey; former oyster schooner||2 masted gaff|||
|Adix||1984||Valencia||Three mast gaff|
|Adventure||1926||Gloucester, Massachusetts||National Historic Landmark former Grand Banks fishing schooner||2 masted gaff knockabout|||
|Adventurer-56 (formerly Blue Max)||1984||Annapolis, Maryland||Privately owned||Staysail|||
|Adventuress||1914||Port Townsend, Washington||National Historic Landmark former pilot boat||2 masted gaff|||
|Alabama||1926||Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts||Tourism vessel, former pilot boat||2 masted gaff|||
|Alaska Rover||1989||Resurrection Bay, Alaska||Working schooner plying the tourism trade.||2 masted gaff rigged, topsail schooner.|||
|Albanus||1988||Mariehamn, Åland||Sail training vessel, replica of a 1904 freighter||2 masted gaff|||
|Alma||1891||San Francisco||National Historic Landmark former cargo scow||2 masted gaff|||
|Alma Doepel||1903||Melbourne, Victoria||Former commercial and sail training vessel, currently under repair||3 masted gaff, square topsail|||
|Amazing Grace||1981||San Diego, California||Education/sail training ship for Maritime leadership||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|American Eagle||1930||Rockland, Maine||National Historic Landmark Gloucester schooner||2 masted gaff|||
|American Pride||1941||Long Beach, California||Education/sail training vessel; former fishing boat||3 masted gaff|||
|American Rover||1986||Norfolk, Virginia||Working schooner providing tours for up to 150 passengers.||3 masted topsail schooner|||
|American Spirit||1991||Washington, D.C.||Education and excursion vessel||2 masted gaff|||
|Amistad||2000||New Haven, Connecticut||Education vessel||2 masted gaff, square topsail|||
|Angelique||1980||Camden, Maine||Hosts up to 29 passengers||2 masted cruise ketch|||
|Anne (formerly Tantra Schooner)||1978||Privately owned by Reid Stowe||2 masted gaff|
|Antonina (formerly Robert Emit)||1986||Townsends Inlet, New Jersey||Privately owned||Staysail|||
|Appledore IV||1989||Bay City, Michigan||Tourism/charter vessel/Science Under Sail programs||2 masted gaff|||
|Argia||1986||Mystic, Connecticut||Tourism/charter vessel||2 masted gaff|||
|Argo||2006||Road Town, Tortola||Education/sail training vessel||2 masted Marconi/ staysail|||
|Atalanta||1901||Wismar||Education/sail training and charter vessel||2 masted gaff|||
|Athos||2010||World's largest two-mast schooner at launch||2-mast Bermuda|
|Atlantic||2010||Douglas, Isle of Man||Replica of racing yacht Atlantic (William Gardner, 1903)||3 mast gaff|
|Atyla||1984||Badalona, Spain||Sail training vessel (Civil)||2 masted schooner, staysail|
|Australia||1862||Mystic, Connecticut||Education exhibit||2 masted gaff|||
|Belle Poule||1932||Brest||Naval training vessel||2 masted gaff, square topsail|||
|Bill of Rights||1971||Chula Vista, California||Modeled after schooner Wanderer (1858); privately owned; commercial charters; sail training vessel; 100 ton captain training.||2 masted gaff; topsail schooner|||
|Black Douglas||1930||Morocco||Privately owned; former school ship||3 masted Marconi/staysail schooner|
|Bluenose II||1963||Lunenburg, Nova Scotia||Replica of racing/fishing schooner Bluenose||2 masted gaff|
|Bonny Rover||Norfolk, Virginia||Privately owned|||
|Bowdoin||1921||Castine, Maine||National Historic Landmark arctic exploration/sail training vessel||2 masted gaff knockabout|||
|Brilliant||1932||Mystic, Connecticut||Sail training vessel|
|C.A. Thayer||1895||San Francisco||National Historic Landmark former lumber/fishing boat||3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen|||
|Californian||1984||San Diego||Education/sail training replica of C.W. Lawrence||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Cape Cleare||1983||Port Townsend,Wa||Active West Coast Trolling Schooner||Marconi Mainmast/Gaff Foremast|
|Cashier||1849||Bivalve, New Jersey||Oldest schooner in the United States, oldest operational fishing vessel in the United States, and holder of New Jersey Oyster License No. 1; being restored by the Bayshore Discovery Project|||
|Challenge||Toronto, Ontario||Charter boat||3 masted Marconi/staysail|
|Charlotte||2007||Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts||Built over the course of three and a half years at the Gannon & Benjamin yard, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts, by and for Nathaniel Benjamin||2 masted gaff|||
|Clipper City||1984||New York City||Replica of eponymous Great Lakes cargo boat||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Coronet||1885||Brooklyn, New York/Newport, Rhode Island||A 190 ft (58 m), 230 ton, wooden-hull Schooner Yacht built in 1885 in Brooklyn, New York for racing, is one of the oldest and largest schooner yachts in the world||two masts|||
|Creole||1927||Palma, Majorca||World's longest wooden yacht, refitted by Cantiere Navale Ferrari-Signani||three masted staysail|
|Downeast Rover||1983||Manteo, North Carolina||55' steel-hull topsail schooner offering sails on the Roanoke Sound on the Outer Banks of North Carolina||2 masted gaff topsail|
|Denis Sullivan||2000||Milwaukee, Wisconsin||Education/sail training/tourism vessel||3 masted gaff|
|Eendracht||1989||Rotterdam||Education/sail training/tourism vessel||3 masted gaff|
|Egret||1886||The Barnacle Historic State Park||Replica of a 28' sailboat designed and built by the early Coconut Grove pioneer Ralph Munroe||2 masted sharpie|
|Ernestina||1894||New Bedford, Massachusetts||National Historic Landmark former fishing/arctic exploration/packet boat||2 masted gaff|
|Eleonora||2000||London||Replica of the racing schooner Westward (Herreshoff, 1910)||2 masted gaff, yard topsail|||
|Elena||2009||London||Replica of the racing schooner Elena (Herreshoff, 1911)||2 masted gaff, yard topsail|||
|Empire Sandy||1943||Thunder Bay||Tourism vessel; former British tugboat rebuilt as schooner||3 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Enterprize||1997||Melbourne, Victoria||Replica of 1829 cargo ship||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Evelina M. Goulart||1927||Essex, Massachusetts||Awaiting restoration; former fishing boat||2 masted gaff, currently downrigged|
|HMS Falken (S02)||1946||Karlskrona||Naval sail training vessel, with Gladan||2 masted gaff|||
|Fame||2003||Essex, Massachusetts||Replica of the 1812 privateer schooner which captured the first prizes of the War of 1812||2 masted gaff|
|Freda B||1991||Sausalito, California||Charter boat designed by legendary East Coast naval architect, Charles Wittholtz.||2 masted gaff rigged, topsail|||
|Gallant||1916||Amsterdam||2 masted gaff|||
|Gas Light||2000||San Francisco, California||Replica of the 1874 scow schooner by same name, rebuilt in steel by Billy Martinelli.||2 masted gaff|
|HMS Gladan (S01)||1947||Karlskrona, Sweden||Naval sail training vessel, with Falken||2 masted gaff|||
|Governor Stone||1877||Fort Walton Beach, Florida||National Historic Landmark; oldest surviving Gulf schooner||2 masted gaff|||
|Grace Bailey||1882||Camden, Maine||National Historic Landmark former lumber boat||2 masted gaff|||
|Harvey Gamage||1973||Boothbay Harbor, Maine||Education/sail training vessel||2 masted gaff|||
|Helena||1992||Finland||Steel, LOA 38,7 m. Commissioned and run by STAF / Sail Training Association Finland on Finnish and international voyages. Participating in The Tall Ships Races (winner B-Class in 2007 & 2011).Crew: 4 plus 24 trainees.||2 masted, staysails|
|Helena C||1968||Cayman Islands||Privately owned; former sail training vessel||3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen, square topsails|||
|Heritage||1983||Rockland, Maine||Hosts up to 30 passengers||2 masted coaster|||
|Highlander Sea||1924||Port Huron, Michigan||Sail training/education and tourism vessel; former pilot boat||2 masted gaff|||
|Hindu||1925||Key West, Florida||Tourism/charter vessel in Key West in the winters and Provincetown, Massachusetts in the summers. Designed as a half-scale model of a Grand Banks fishing schooner.||2 masted gaff|||
|Isaac H. Evans||1886||Rockland, Maine||National Historic Landmark, oldest surviving oyster schooner||2 masted gaff|||
|J. & E. Riggin||1927||Rockland, Maine||National Historic Landmark former oyster boat||2 masted gaff|
|J.R. Tolkien||1964||Amsterdam||Luxury chartership and naval trainingvessel.|
|Jacob Meindert||1952||Makkum, Súdwest-Fryslân||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Kajama||1930||Toronto, Ontario||Charter boat, former German coastal trader||3 masted gaff|||
|Kathleen and May||1900||Bideford, Devon||Privately owned coastal trader. Built 1900 at Connah’s Quay. Sold to Martin Fleming of Youghall. Named Kathleen and May after his daughters. A coal lugger on the Irish Sea. Restored 2000 by Paul Davis. Delivered "reduced carbon footprint" wine cargo from France to Dublin in 2008. Currently (November 2015) residing at Albert Dock, Merseyside Maritime Museum.||3 masted gaff, square fore mast topsails|||
|L. A. Dunton||1921||Mystic, Connecticut||National Historic Landmark former Essex fishing boat||2 masted gaff|
|Ladona||1922||Rockland, Maine||Charter vessel, former private yacht, WWII sub patrol. Rebuilt 2015||2 masted gaff|||
|Lady Maryland||1985||Baltimore, Maryland||Educational vessel; replica of local 19th century workboats||2 masted gaff|||
|Lettie G. Howard||1893||New York City||National Historic Landmark former Essex fishing boat||2 masted gaff|
|Lewis R. French||1871||Rockland, Maine||National Historic Landmark former cargo boat; oldest surviving sailing vessel built in Maine||2 masted gaff|||
|Lily||1978||Stuart, Florida||Tourism/charter vessel. Schooner rig with a scow hull. May have been the last boat purpose built to haul cargo commercially under sail power in the United States. Originally known as Lily of Tisbury.||2 masted gaff|||
|S.S.S. Lotus||1918||Webster, New York||Sea Scout Ship; former private yacht||2 masted gaff|
|Lynx||2001||Newport Beach, California||Education/sail training vessel; interpretation of an eponymous 1812 privateer vessel; also see HMS Mosquidobit (1813)||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Madeline||Newport, Rhode Island||Tourism vessel||2 masted; gaff fore, Marconi main|||
|Manitou||1983||Traverse City, Michigan||Replica of 19th century cargo schooners||2 masted gaff|||
|Maple Leaf||1904||Vancouver, British Columbia||Sail training/ecotourism vessel; former yacht and fishing boat||2 masted, gaff fore and Marconi main|
|Margaret Todd||1998||Bar Harbor, Maine||Tourism vessel; steel hull and deck||4 masted schooner|
|Marité||1921||3 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Mary Day||1962||Camden, Maine||Designed by Havilah Hawkins, Sr., built by Harvey Gamage, rebuilt in 2000. Mary Day serves for training and charter.||2 masted gaff topsail schooner|||
|Mercantile||1916||Camden, Maine||National Historic Landmark former coastal trader, now tourism vessel||2 masted gaff|
|Mystic||2007||Mystic, Connecticut||Tourism/charter vessel||3 masted gaff, square topsails|||
|Mystic Whaler||1967||New London, Connecticut||Tourism/charter vessel||2 masted gaff|||
|Naga Pelangi||2009||Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg||Tourism/charter vessel||2 masted junk|||
|Nighthawk||1880||Baltimore, Maryland||2 masted gaff|||
|Noorderlicht||1910||Enkhuizen||Built as German naval lightship, now expedition cruise ship||2 masted gaff|||
|Olad||1927||Camden, Maine||Built in 1927 by Crosby Boatyard, now does day sails and charters||2 masted gaff|||
|Oosterschelde||1918||Rotterdam||Former freighter, last remaining Dutch vessel of its type||3 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Orianda||1937||, United Kingdom||85-foot Bermudian staysail schooner designed by Danish naval architect Oscar W. Dahlstrom.|
|Pacific Swift||1986||Victoria, British Columbia||Youth sail training vessel||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Phoenix||1972||Orcas Island, Washington State||Ferrocement Hull 60' on deck, 90' sparred length, 51 tons, 18' beam, 3,500 Sqr feet of sail.||Gaff-rigged Tops'l schooner.|||
|HMS Pickle||1995||Conwy, Wales||Representation of HMS Pickle (1800), A Baltic Trading Schooner built in Russia as Alevtina Tuy. Used for charters and at the various bicentennial Trafalgar celebrations in the UK.||2 masted, square top-sail|||
|Pioneer||1885||New York City||Tourism/museum vessel; former wrought iron-hulled cargo sloop||2 masted gaff|||
|Pride of Baltimore II||1988||Baltimore, Maryland||Replica Baltimore Clipper, flagship of Maryland||2 masted gaff, square topsail|
|Puritan||1931||, United Kingdom||126-foot gaff rigged schooner designed by naval architect John Alden.||Gaff-rigged|
|Quinnipiack||1984||New Haven, Connecticut||Educational vessel; replica 19th century Gulf Coast freighter||2 masted gaff|||
|R. Tucker Thompson||1985||Opua, Bay of Islands||Sail training/tourism vessel||2 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Rainbow Warrior (1989)||1957||Amsterdam||Former commercial trawler, converted and re-launched by Greenpeace in 1989||3 masted gaff|
|Raja Laut||2006||Luxury charter schooner||2 masted gaff|
|La Recouvrance||1993||Brest||Tourism vessel; replica of 1817 Navy boats||2 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Regina Maris||1970||Amsterdam||Charter boat||3 masted gaff|||
|Roseway||1925||Camden, Maine||Education/sail training and tourism vessel; former racing/fishing and pilot boat||2 masted gaff|
|Saraswati 2||2014||Nukus||Ultra lightweight racing schooner||2 masted marconi rig|||
|Sadko||1993||Barcelona||Replica in 18th century style||2 masted gaff|||
|Seaward||1988||Sausalito, California||Educational non-profit||2 masted stays’l schooner|
|Sedna IV||1957||Cap-aux-Meules, Quebec||Research/documentary filmmaking/polar exploration vessel; former trawler||3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen|
|Shamrock||Stockholm||Sail training vessel||2 masted gaff|
|Shenandoah||1964||Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts||Tourism vessel||2 masted gaff, square topsails; no engine|||
|Sir Winston Churchill||1966||Privately owned; former sail training vessel||3 masted gaff/Marconi mizzen, square topsails|||
|Solway Lass||1902||Airlie Beach, Queensland||Charter vessel; former cargo carrier and wartime supply boat||2 masted gaff, square topsails|
|The Schooner SoundWaters||1986||Stamford, CT||Educational vessel owned and operated by SoundWaters||3 masted gaff|
|Spirit of Bermuda||2004||Hamilton, Bermuda||Educational vessel owned and operated by the Bermuda Sloop Foundation||3 masted staysail schooner|||
|Spirit of Dana Point||1983||Dana Point, California||Educational vessel owned and operated by the Ocean Institute||2 masted topsail|||
|Spirit of Massachusetts||1984||Boothbay Harbor, Maine||Education/sail training vessel; modeled after Fredonia||2 masted gaff|||
|Spirit of South Carolina||2007||Charleston, South Carolina||Education/sail training vessel||2 masted gaff|
|Stephen Taber||1871||Camden, Maine||National Historic Landmark former cargo boat||2 masted gaff|||
|Summer Wind||1979||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Tourism/charter vessel||2 masted Junk|||
|Svanen||1916||Oslo||Education/sail training vessel||3 masted gaff|||
|Swift of Ipswich||1938||Los Angeles||Sail training vessel for at-risk youth; replica of a 1787 schooner||2 masted gaff, square topsails|||
|Tara||1989||Lorient||Polar exploration vessel||2 masted Marconi|||
|Te Vega||1930||Privately owned; former private yacht, research vessel, and school ship||2 masted gaff|
|Thomas E. Lannon||1997||Gloucester, Massachusetts||Tourism/Private Charter. Built in Essex, MA||2 masted gaff|
|Tole Mour||1988||Avalon, California||Education/sail training vessel||3 masted gaff, square topsails|
|Tradewind||1911||Undergoing refit; former fishing/cargo/charter boat||2 masted gaff, square topsails|||
|Tyrone||1939||Tourism/charter vessel||2 masted gaff|
|Victory Chimes||1900||Rockland, Maine||National Historic Landmark||3 masted gaff|||
|Virginia||2005||Norfolk, Virginia||Sail training/tourism vessel; replica of a 1916 pilot boat||2 masted gaff knockabout|
|Wayward Wind||1972||Suva, Fiji||Tourism/charter vessel||2 masted Marconi/staysail, square topsails|||
|Western Union||1939||Key West, Florida||Flagship of Key West||2 masted gaff|
|Westward||1961||Boothbay Harbor, Maine||Education/sail training vessel||2 masted Marconi/staysail, square topsails|||
|Weymouth (schooner)||1860||Hamilton Township, New Jersey|||
|William Bassett||1988||Onset, Massachusetts||Privately owned|||
|Winfield Lash||2000||Friendship, Maine||Privately owned (construction took 18 years)|||
|Woodwind||1993||Annapolis, Maryland||Tourism vessel||2 masted staysail|||
|Woodwind II||1998||Annapolis, Maryland||Tourism vessel||2 masted staysail|||
|Xarifa||1927||Cowes||Sail cruise vessel||3 masted, Marconi sail|
|Yuniy Baltiets||1989||Saint Petersburg||Sail training vessel||2 masted; gaff fore, Marconi main|||
|Zawisza Czarny||1952||Gdynia||Sail training vessel||3 masted, square sail|
|Zodiac (schooner)||1924||Seattle, Washington||Sail training/charter vessel; former private yacht and pilot boat||2 masted gaff|
- A. W. Greely, originally named Donald II
- USS Alligator (1820)
- Alvin Clark
- American Spirit
- La Amistad
- Annie Larsen
- Benjamin C. Cromwell
- Bertha L. Downs
- Bethune Blackwater Schooner
- Brutus, First Texas Navy
- Carroll A. Deering
- City of New York (1885 ship)
- Clipper City
- USRC Crawford (1830)
- USRC Dexter (1830)
- Diosa del Mar
- USS Dolphin (1821)
- Dorothea Weber
- Edward M Reed
- Empire Cononley
- Empire Contamar
- USS Enterprise (1799)
- Fort Chesterfield
- USRC Gallatin (1830)
- Golden State
- Governor Ames
- USRC Hamilton (1830)
- USS Hannah, first armed American naval vessel
- Happy Harry
- Helen Miller Gould
- Henry Ford
- Henry Roop
- HMS Whiting (1812)
- Hope Haynes
- Inca (schooner), 5-masted
- Independence, First Texas Navy
- USRC Ingham (1832)
- Invincible, First Texas Navy
- USRC Jackson (1832)
- James Postlethwaite
- USRC Jefferson (1832)
- Joffre, shipwreck listed on the American National Register of Historic Places
- Lady Ada
- Liberty First Texas Navy
- Liverpool Packet
- Lucia A. Simpson
- USS Lynx (1814)
- SS Mahratta
- Mary B Mitchell
- USRC McLane (1832)
- USRC Morris (1831)
- O. H. Brown
- Paul Palmer, 5-masted
- HMS Pickle (1800)
- HMS Pictou (1814)
- Pride of Baltimore
- Result, in the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
- River Witham
- Rouse Simmons
- USRC Rush (1831)
- San Antonio Second Texas Navy
- San Bernard Second Texas Navy
- San Jacinto Second Texas Navy
- St Helena
- Samuel P. Ely
- Speranța, 2-masted gaff, square topsails
- HMS Sultana (1768)
- USRC Taney (1833)
- Tho Pa Ga
- Thomas W. Lawson
- SS Vaitarna
- Virgen de Covadonga
- USRC Washington (1833)
- William F. Garms
- USRC Wolcott (1831)
- USS Yankton (1893)
- Zavala, the first steamship of war in the western hemisphere, Second Texas Navy
- Zawisza Czarny I
- Dragon, in Iain Lawrence's The Smugglers and The Buccaneers, The High Seas Trilogy
- Ebba, Ker Karraje's pirate schooner in Jules Verne's Facing the Flag
- Ghost, seal-hunting schooner in Jack London's The Sea-Wolf
- Hispaniola, a schooner in Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island
- Kestrel, Revolutionary War privateering topsail schooner, Danelle Harmon's Captain of My Heart, My Lady Pirate, and Wicked at Heart
- Prudence & Apostle 1219, in Iain Lawrence's The Smugglers and The Buccaneers, The High Seas Trilogy
- Ringle, a Baltimore clipper, in Patrick O'Brian's The Commodore and subsequent novels in the Aubrey–Maturin series
- Seaspray, a privately owned topsail schooner belonging to journalist Dan Wells in the Roger Mirams 1960's Australian TV Series "The Adventures of the Seaspray"
- Sweet Judy, in Terry Pratchett's Nation
- Unnamed Schooner, crewed by Chris Kristofferson's character in the song, Highwayman by The Highwaymen.
- "We're Here", in Rudyard Kipling's Captains Courageous
- Unnamed Schooner, claimed to belong to Larry David in HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm
- Lucretia, Cleopatra Highbourne's schooner in Jimmy Buffett's book A Salty Piece of Land
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- Designer's homepage
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- Alma Doepel website
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- Designer's homepage
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- Windjammer Angelique website
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- Appledore IV informational page
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- NPS listing for Governor Stone
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- Schooner Heritage website
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- Kajama info from Great Lakes Schooner Co.
- Telegraph.co.uk, The Daily Telegraph article 25 July 2008, 'Green energy' wine arrives in Ireland on 108-year-old ship'.
- Kathleen and May'
- Ladona homepage
- Lady Maryland homepage Archived 23 February 2012 at the Wayback Machine
- CGMIX listing
- NHL listing for Lewis R. French Archived 23 September 2010 at the Wayback Machine
- Schooner Lily
- Madeleine homepage Archived 20 October 2008 at the Wayback Machine
- Manitou homepage Archived 24 October 2010 at the Wayback Machine
- Mary Day homepage
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- Mystic Whaler homepage
- The Naga Pelangi homepage
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- Noorderlicht website
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- Schooner Inc Quinnipiack info
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- Schooner Stephen Taber website
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- Svanen homepage Archived 9 April 2004 at the Wayback Machine
- Los Angeles Maritime Institute info on Swift of Ipswich Archived 20 November 2008 at the Wayback Machine
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