Tall ships provide a taste of War of 1812

It was not a battle. At least not officially.

The reason the tall ships Lynx and Pride of Baltimore II were firing cannon shots at each other Sunday afternoon in Boston Harbor was, technically, an exercise. “A way to introduce the general public to what it may have been like during the War of 1812,” said the Pride’s captain, Jamie Trost.

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