By Jason M. Burns
Historical archaeologists are in a special place to investigate either ancient files and archaeological info with a purpose to generate hypotheses and draw conclusions. during this paintings, the knowledge not just supplied the background of the send "Catharine" but in addition the industrial, social and political environments during which the send was once equipped and employed.
This paintings focuses not just at the shipwreck and the wrecking occasion, yet at the background and archaeology of a unmarried send. With this multiplied view, the study additionally delves into:
*The fight for dominance within the send exchange within the 19th century.
This booklet might be of curiosity to underwater, old and cultural archaeologists, social historians, cultural background managers and archaeologists operating within the southeastern usa.
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