The Caird Library and Archive at the National Maritime Museum is an extremely rich resource for researchers to help with your study. Find out how to access our collections and get expert help.
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Search the range of research guides produced by the Caird Library at the National Maritime Museum to help you carry out your own research on a wide range of topics. The guides provide information about the Museum's collections and also signpost to other sources for research into maritime history.
If you would like to delve deeper into what's in our collections, find out how we look after them and learn about what our museum experts do behind the scenes, you'll find lots of fascinating and useful information in this section.
This guide outlines useful sources for research on women and the sea, chiefly at the National Maritime Museum but also The National Archives.
This research guide is a brief introduction to the main records held by the National Maritime Museum, which has the most comprehensive maritime library in the world. It contains over 100,000 printed books dating from 1474 to the present day, 20,000 pamphlets, 4500 periodicals, 500 current maritime/naval history titles, specialist journals, microforms and a selection of CD-ROMS.
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Join us for a series of research seminars convened by the Greenwich Maritime Centre and the National Maritime Museum.
Interested to find out more about your family history but not sure where to start? This session will show you how to register at the Caird Library, and...
The research activity taking place at the National Maritime Museum is incredibly rich and wide-ranging, as can be seen...