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Reanimating the Graveyard : Heritage Tourism Development of North Carolina Shipwrecks
(East Carolina University, 2009)
The shipwrecks of the Graveyard of the Atlantic are a prime subject for heritage tourism development in North Carolina. Education about these irreplaceable cultural resources, and effective interpretation of them, is ...
APRONS OF LEAD : EXAMINATION OF AN ARTIFACT ASSEMBLAGE FROM THE QUEEN ANNE'S REVENGE SHIPWRECK SITE
(East Carolina University, 2012)
In terms of artillery from shipwreck sites, gun tubes are typically the most well researched artifacts. Small finds like lead cannon aprons get significantly less attention but they too can reveal a great deal of information ...
The "Bohemian Girl" Project : A Steam Launch Study
(East Carolina University, 2010)
The objective of this thesis is to research Lake Waccamaw's maritime activity from 1880 to 1910. Similar research projects concerning remote lakes, like Lake Waccamaw, were conducted in areas only accessible after the ...
Balancing Acts : Public Access And Archaeology In The Cape Fear Civil War Shipwreck District
(East Carolina University, 2015)
During the American Civil War, Wilmington, North Carolina, served as an important blockade running center for the Confederacy. The Cape Fear region's high traffic and dangerous shoals resulted in the largest concentration ...