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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 ...
THE COROLLA WRECK EXPOSED : HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF NORTH CAROLINA'S OLDEST SHIP
(East Carolina University, 2013)
Because of the unexpected and spontaneous discovery of the Corolla Wreck in 2008, its relocation in 2009, and its dynamic six-month jaunt up and down the coast, all research questions posed by this thesis were formed in ...
The Final Ambush : An Adapted Battlefield Analysis of the U-576 Attack Upon Allied Convoy KS-520 off Cape Hatteras During the Second World War
(East Carolina University, 2012)
The Battle of the Atlantic was the longest, largest, and most complex military action of the Second World War. The battle involved Allied, Axis, and neutral nations, resulting in both military and civilian casualties. At ...