Thank YOUR Teacher This Month!

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I remember her so well. Mrs. Mechos was my 4th grade teacher. She was a tall, thin, middle aged women with blonde hair and a heart of gold. She was patient, kind, considerate, and understanding, as a 4th grade teacher aught to be! She was by far my favorite teacher and the impact she left… Read more »

Molly and Carter’s Creative Writing Contest

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Attn Children interested in Titanic history…Get your parents and log on to our website https://titanicbranson.com. Are you a good writer, but have never had the courage to enter a writing contest? Stop wondering and see if you have what it takes to be a winning writer!  Enter Molly & Carter’s Creative Writing Contest for your… Read more »

Titanic Curriculum Resource Guide

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Hello Friends, Teachers, Mothers – Lend me your ears. We have a new education section on our website – the Titanic Curriculum Resource Guide. Find Titanic school lessons in the subjects of Math, Science, Geography, Language Arts, etc all at your finger tips. It’s free too. And the coolest new addition to our education page,… Read more »

Dramatic End to Titanic’s 100th Year

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A year of paying tribute to the 2,208 souls aboard Titanic comes to a dramatic and energetic conclusion this Holiday Season at the Titanic Museum Attractions in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and Branson, Mo. Great care has been taken this year, the 100th year since Titanic set sail, to honor the men and women who traveled… Read more »

He almost bought a boat!

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TITANIC BRANSON FATHER’S DAY BASS PRO BOAT SHOW TITANIC BRANSON FATHER’S DAY BASS PRO BOAT SHOW  As we have done for the past 3 years, we attended Titanic Branson’s Bass Pro Boat Show this past Father’s Day weekend. I was excited to see the latest in party barges and fish-n-skis but never did I anticipate… Read more »

Titanic Museum Attraction Honors John “Jack” Phillips

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I turned 25 April 11, Titanic’s second day out. John Phillips, senior wireless operator, at your service. One telgraphist is the norm, but liners this size have two. My assistant, Harold Bride, and I man the system ’round the clock, alternating six-hour shifts. We’ve been glued to our seats since Southampton, monitoring the usual navigational… Read more »

Titanic Museum Attraction Honors Thomas Andrews

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       I’m Thomas Andrews, a 39-year-old happily married father of two. As managing director at Harland & Wolff in Belfast, Northern Ireland, I’m in charge of designing and building its ships. My team and I built Titanic, from keel to masthead, so I know every inch of her. I’m sailing the maiden voyage should… Read more »

Titanic Museum Attraction Honors J. Bruce Ismay

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      As I watch boarding activities from a high perch on deck, everyone climbing the gangways seems excited and happy, even those in Third Class, And why not? We’re making maritime history: White Star Line’s Olympic-class steamers are revolutionizing the industry, in luxury, size and, above all, safety.       I should know. I’m J. Bruce… Read more »