While there are several books in the field of preservation and heritage protection for terrestrial archaeology, there are very few resources for archaeologists working with maritime and submerged cultural heritage. This book brings together state-of-the-art ideas, research and scholarship associated with maritime public education and interpretation. It will add to a limited body of knowledge in a field that is steadily growing.
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2007|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.24(d)|
Table of ContentsNot All Wet: Public Presentation, Stewardship, and Interpretation of Terrestrial vs. Underwater Sites.- The Value of Public Education and Interpretation in Submerged Cultural Resource Management.- Look Outwards, Reach Inwards, Pass It On: The Three Tenures of Underwater Cultural Heritage Interpretation.- Florida's Maritime Heritage Trail.- A Maritime Heritage Trail and Shipwreck Preserves for the Cayman Islands.- Creating a Shipwreck Trail: Documenting the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Wrecks.- Refocusing on Georgia's Rivers: The Role of Maritime Historical Archaeology in Waterfront Revitalization.- Lake George, New York: Making Shipwrecks Speak.- Diver Awareness Program – QAR Dive Down.- Not Just Another Piece of a Boat: Massachusetts' Shoreline Heritage Identification Partnerships Strategy (SHIPS).- Wrecked, Abandoned, and Forgotten?: Public Interpretation of Beached Shipwrecks in the Great Lakes.- Outreach Beyond the Beach: Management of Historic Shipwrecks on the Outer Continental Shelf.- Unseen Battlefields: The Japanese Midget Sub at Pearl Harbor.- The View from the Hunley Recovery Team.- People Power this Submarine: H.L. Hunley within the Context of Public Archaeology.- Entering the Virtual World of Underwater Archaeology.
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