Create a Mississippi non-profit corporation for the purpose of raising money to build or rent a permanent structure in Ocean Springs or Biloxi, which will house a museum and tourist attraction that will open by January of 2021.
Elect a board of directors from the pool of direct descendants of the Baleine Brides.
Publish and sell copies of a book containing the genealogies of those brides who founded large families in Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, and Illinois.
Compile and maintain access to the family genealogies on a central computer database in the museum.
Create a short film, which tells the story of the Baleine Brides, to be shown once every hour in the auditorium of the museum.
Display tableaux in the museum which will illustrate significant places and events in the story, including early maps of Mississippi.
Display a one-fifth scale model of the flute La Baleine with a cross-sectional view of the ship.
Display historical artifacts from the period when Biloxi was the capitol of Louisiana.
Staff a souvenir and gift shop to sell items bearing the copyrighted La Baleine logo.
Provide a logo pin and certificate of membership to eligible descendants for a fee.
Organize an annual convention for certified descendants to be held in Biloxi or Ocean Springs, Mississippi.