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12178
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Gordon Watts and William Still developed and direct East Carolina University's graduate program in Maritime History and Underwater Research. The program teaches students about ships and shipbuilding techniques, about historical maritime activities and about how to locate and examine historical shipwrecks and underwater artifacts.
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Record #:
12380
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Archaeologists from East Carolina University and the National Park Service are conducting the most extensive search ever undertaken for new traces of colonists and Native Americans on Roanoke Island. They seek to find the site of the first English colony as well as sites of major Native American villages.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 42 Issue 10, Oct 1984, p24-25, 50-51, il
Record #:
25358
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ECU anthropology students are uncovering evidence of human life from more than 11,000 years ago near Barber Creek. The field school is led by Dr. Randy Daniel, an ECU archaeologist.
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25352
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In an effort to better educate American students on the traditions of Islam, Professor Kenneth Wilburn’s Middle East history class video links to the same class at Sharjah Women’s College in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
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25368
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At the age of 82, Beatrice Lillico Sheppard has become one of the oldest students ever to be fully immersed in a degree program at ECU. She has traveled extensively, is a great-grandmother, and a WWII veteran.