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18750
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Bath, settled in 1690 and incorporated in 1705, was the scene of an East Carolina University and North Carolina Underwater Archaeology Branch field school. Students received field experience in the growing field of underwater archaeology and instruction in maritime history.
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25462
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Within ECU’s Department of History, the Program in Maritime Studies stands out as among the programs in the United States that focus either on history, science, or archaeology, combining all to the study of underwater archaeology. With ships as cultural objects and sources of history, students and researchers within the Program in Maritime Studies have worked worldwide and across the country, and state of North Carolina.
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25768
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To mark the 100th anniversary of the first flight of Orville and Wilbur Wright on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, the Joyner Library will host a Wright Brothers Digital Exhibit featuring diary entries, weather data, and numerous photographs.
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Edge (NoCar LD 1741 E44 E33), Vol. Issue , Spring 2004, p31 Periodical Website
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40327
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An ECU Maritime Archaeology graduate snorkeled for a worthy cause. Part of a Sedna Epic Expedition team in the Canadian Arctic that year, she helped raise awareness for climate change, by taking note of microplastics levels and wildlife along with shipwrecks. Her passion for climate change is also expended Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary.