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175 Water Street Manhattan: Volume 3: The Ronson Ship By Sheli O. Smith, Warren Riess
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In January 1982 word buzzed around the archaeological field that the excavations at 175 Water Street in Manhattan were producing remarkable finds. The wharfing, antiquated water-transport system,... More > industrial refuse middens, and surprisingly, the intact hull of an eighteenth century merchant ship represented more archaeological information about eighteenth century New York than anyone could have imagined. The results were originally presented as a report not yet published. Over the years, new evidence has surfaced and conclusions drawn in the spring of 1983 have been changed or modified. The publication of this twenty-five year old manuscript makes available important comparative data and gives archaeologists and historians a precise glimpse of 18th century maritime trade.< Less
The Shipwreck Slobodna: An Archaeological Study, Material Culture Comparison & Digital Exhibit Design By Sheli O. Smith, Anne Corscadden
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The late-nineteenth century Polish cotton carrier, Slobodna, was one of the last sailing ships in a critical period of international trade. On her last voyage Slobodna was hauling a full load of... More > cotton from New Orleans to the industrial mills of Northern Europe. Wrecked on the outer edge of the Florida Keys the shipwreck Slobodna today delights scuba divers with the remains of the once mighty ship. This monograph looks at the site formation process and comparative historic artifact collections in an effort to better understand the shipwreck site and ship's role in history.< Less
Linden Feeder System Transformation By Sheli O. Smith, Annalies Corbin, Monica S. Hunter
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In June 2010 the PAST Foundation partnered with the Pre-K through 12 Linden Feeder System schools of Columbus City Schools District to transform their educational delivery to problem-based learning... More > using capstone themes and projects connected to the Linden community. This report outlines the vision and results of that year's work following the steps of the design process.< Less
175 Water Street Manhattan By Sheli O. Smith, Warren Riess
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In January 1982 word buzzed around the archaeological field that the excavations at 175 Water Street in Manhattan were producing remarkable finds. The wharfing, antiquated water-transport system,... More > industrial refuse middens, and surprisingly, the intact hull of an eighteenth century merchant ship represented more archaeological information about eighteenth century New York than anyone could have imagined. The results were originally presented as a report not yet published. Over the years, new evidence has surfaced and conclusions drawn in the spring of 1983 have been changed or modified. The publication of this twenty-five year old manuscript makes available important comparative data and gives archaeologists and historians a precise glimpse of 18th century maritime trade.< Less