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  • American Lightships, 1820-1983 : History, Construction, and Archaeology within the Maritime Cultural Landscape 

    MacKenzie, Morgan (East Carolina University, 2011)
    In 1820, the United States Government began funding construction and conversion of watercraft for use as lightships. Floating beacons utilized to mark dangerous shoals, reefs, and shifting channels in inland as well as ...
  • Senegambian Watercraft 

    Zylstra, Trenton Michael (East Carolina University, 2021-12-03)
    The goal of this thesis was to explore the form, construction, and use, of Senegambian watercraft, with a particular focus on neglected Gambian watercraft in the context of the Gambian maritime cultural landscape. This was ...
  • Tar River Blounts and a Transitional Maritime Cultural Landscape, 1778-1802 

    Edwards, Justin Randolph (East Carolina University, 2015)
    This thesis analyzes John Gray Blount and his associates' roles in the post Revolutionary War development of North Carolina's Tar-Pamlico maritime cultural landscape. After discussing the business interests and political ...