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Shipwreck Discovered Off Coast of North Carolina - Archaeology


Archaeology

Shipwreck Discovered Off Coast of North Carolina
Archaeology
“Lying more than a mile down in near-freezing temperatures, the site is undisturbed and well preserved,” Bruce Terrell, chief archaeologist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Marine Heritage Program, said in a press release.

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Learn maritime history on Long Island cruises - Newsday

Maritime History articles at Google News - Fri, 07/17/2015 - 12:36

Newsday

Learn maritime history on Long Island cruises
Newsday
Along the way, you'll learn about the area's wildlife, ecosystems and the humans who make their living on the water. "Long Island has a fantastic maritime history," says retired oral historian... Optimum Online customers get unlimited digital access ...

Festival set with ironclad's artifacts - Bryan County News


Bryan County News

Festival set with ironclad's artifacts
Bryan County News
The CSS Georgia Raise the Wreck! Festival July 25 is free and will highlight the ongoing recovery of the Confederate ironclad vessel, the CSS Georgia, and its history. Underwater archaeology is currently taking place in the river where the vessel was ...

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A Salute to Marine Technology and <b>Maritime History</b>

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Fri, 07/17/2015 - 11:08
Eric Goetz, the Chief Technology Officer at Goetz Boats in Bristol, Rhode Island, will speak about the development and history of composite boats on Wednesday, July 29, 2015, at 6:00 p.m. in the Media Presentation Theater.

Northumberland's maritime history to be celebrated at new festival at Amble ... - ChronicleLive

Maritime History articles at Google News - Fri, 07/17/2015 - 10:32

ChronicleLive

Northumberland's maritime history to be celebrated at new festival at Amble ...
ChronicleLive
A new event celebrating Northumberland's maritime heritage takes place on the county's coastline this weekend. The Northumberland Maritime Festival takes place at Amble and Blyth - alongside the latter's town fair - and will feature as its centrepiece ...

Northumberland&#39;s <b>maritime history</b> to be celebrated at new festival at <b>...</b>

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Fri, 07/17/2015 - 10:30
The maritime heritage of Northumberland is to be the theme of a new festival at Amble and Blyth.

Vietnam plans to establish an <b>underwater archaeology</b> centre <b>...</b>

In its next step to build capability in underwater archaeology operations, the Institute of Archaeology plans to submit a proposal to set up a centre for underwater archaeological research to be based in Hoi An. VN to set up ...

Race to save artefacts from HMS Victory after looters target wrecks - Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Race to save artefacts from HMS Victory after looters target wrecks
Daily Mail
American commercial archaeologists Odyssey Marine Exploration discovered her wreckage in 2008, along with 41 of its bronze cannons, but they have lain on the seabed ever since, mired in bureaucratic red tape and controversy over who should have the ...

Inside the turbulent world of Barry Clifford, a pirate-ship hunter under attack - Washington Post


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Inside the turbulent world of Barry Clifford, a pirate-ship hunter under attack
Washington Post
The underwater explorer was referring to a new report from the United Nations Cultural Educational and Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the history-and-culture-focused international organization that, for the second time in less than a ...
Pirate Captain Kidd silver treasure shipwreck discovery 'just broken part of ...International Business Times UK

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100,000 expected to take in beauty, history of tall ships - The Portland Press ... - Press Herald

Maritime History articles at Google News - Thu, 07/16/2015 - 04:02

Press Herald

100,000 expected to take in beauty, history of tall ships - The Portland Press ...
Press Herald
The event will add another chapter to Portland's nearly 400 years of maritime history, which dates to when the British established a fishing and trading settlement on the peninsula in the 1630s. The city later became a hub for the shipping industry ...

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Archaeologists examine shipwrecks in Warwick: Is one the Gaspee? - The Providence Journal


The Providence Journal

Archaeologists examine shipwrecks in Warwick: Is one the Gaspee?
The Providence Journal
Joe Zarsynski, the New York man, earned a master's degree in underwater archaeology after he retired from teaching. Wednesday he wore a wet suit and stood in for each missing rib during the measuring and took compass readings. Ray Turbitt, in his ...

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