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Shipwrecks and Submerged Cultural Resources In and Around Pensacola, Florida By Douglas E. Campbell
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The Maritime Education and Research Society (MERS) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose aims and objectives are to research and to advance education and training in the techniques pertaining... More > to the study of various maritime fields of endeavor for the benefit of the public. This MERS Research Publication No. 003 (MRP 003) researches and catalogs the ships, aircraft and other items of interest that now mostly rest underwater along Florida’s Gulf Shores from Perdido Bay to Cape San Blas – across six Florida counties. The book is in chronological order, beginning with the possible wreck of some Spanish ships in 1533 “between Pensacola and Mobile Bay” to the present. This research describes more than 700 individual seafaring vessels and aircraft wrecks as well as hundreds of other items used in making artificial reefs – automobile hulks, reef balls, bridge rubble, dismantled oil rigs, etc.< Less
ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings 2010 By Advisory Council for Underwater Archaeology
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The ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings have been a hallmark of the Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Conference for over forty years. They provide a record of the development of... More > underwater archaeology as a profession and include research from around the world. The 2010 conference was held at Amelia Island, Florida. This year’s edition presents underwater archaeological research extending from East Africa to the Caribbean, and from Ireland to the Yukon. They provide a timely outlet for current research, a forum for professionals to inform and engage, and an entrée into publishing for young professionals< Less
ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings 2010 By Advisory Council for Underwater Archaeology
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The ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings have been a hallmark of the Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Conference for over forty years. They provide a record of the development of... More > underwater archaeology as a profession and include research from around the world. The 2010 conference was held at Amelia Island, Florida. This year’s edition presents underwater archaeological research extending from East Africa to the Caribbean, and from Ireland to the Yukon. They provide a timely outlet for current research, a forum for professionals to inform and engage, and an entrée into publishing for young professionals< Less