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Downloads & References

The world of modern underwater archaeology is a dynamic environment, almost as difficult as actually working the sites themselves. Often groups claim to be something they are not. We wanted to provide a list of prominent people in the field of archaeology who could vouch for our integrity and the quality of our work. Feel free to make inquiries about us from the respected professionals listed below.

Below our references is a list of Archaeological Project Reports for download in Adobe™ .pdf format files. Feel free to download these and read them at your leisure. 

"If it ain't published... it ain't archaeology!"

                        DDM

 

List Of Our References

David Moore
North Carolina Maritime Museum
Front Street
Beaufort, NC 28516
(252) 728-7317   LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION- CLICK

Richard Lawrence
Head, NC Underwater Archaeology Branch
Department of Cultural Resources
P.O. Box 58
Kure Beach, NC 28449
(910) 458-9042   LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION- CLICK

Bob Vogel, Superintendent 
Cape Lookout National Seashore
National Park Service
Charles street
Harkers Island NC 28531
(252) 728-2250

Joe Schwarzer
Director, NC Maritime Museum(s)
Front Street
Beaufort, NC 28516
(252) 728-7317

Nathan Henry
Conservator, NC Underwater Archaeology Branch
Department of Cultural Resources
P.O. Box 58
Kure Beach, NC 28449
(910) 458-9042

Paul Branch
Historic Site Manager, Fort Macon State Park
P.O. Box 127
Atlantic Beach, NC 28512
(252) 726-3775  LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION- CLICK

Chris Southerly, Archaeologist, NC Underwater Archaeology Branch
Department of Cultural Resources
P.O. Box 58
Kure Beach, NC 28449
(910) 458-9042

 

Downloadable Project Reports and Manuscripts (.pdf)

Olive Thurlow Project

Confrontation at Camp Live Oak

Iron Steamer Pier wreck/ S. S. Pevensey Preliminary

S. S. Pevensey Appendix A- The "Pevensey" Photo

2002 Core Banks Beach Wreck Survey