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125 in 125 Seconds: Captain Michael Bopp, Crescent River Pilots (2021)


published on 24 January 2022 253 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Port New Orleans". Originally published on 2021-10-08.
In conjunction with the anniversary celebration, the Port has launched the “125 Years in 125 Seconds” video series. The videos will serve as an oral history of the Port featuring public officials, maritime partners, port workers and others to share the Port’s story from their perspective. Our 125-second videos are being released throughout the anniversary, which will run from July 2021-July 2022. Watch this week's video featuring Captain Michael Bopp from the Crescent River Pilots.
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