Flyleaf: Underwater Archaeology in North Carolina

Everything is shipshape and Bristol vogue in the N.C. Underwater Archaeology Branch! Join Chris Southerly and Joe Beatty in this dialogue about N.C. underwater archaeology websites on Wednesday, April 13 at 11 AM.

Chris Southerly joined the N.C. Office of State Archaeology in 2000 and is presently Deputy State Archaeologist-Underwater and Diving Safety Officer, directing the Underwater Archaeology Branch and its Queen Anne’s Revenge Conservation Lab. He is accountable for supervising identification, stock, analysis, and administration of submerged archaeological assets all through North Carolina, and curation of related archaeological artifacts and information. Chris did graduate work in historic archaeology on the College of William & Mary earlier than finishing his Master’s diploma in maritime historical past and nautical archaeology with the Program in Maritime Studies at East Carolina University. He has labored on and led terrestrial and underwater initiatives in the mid-Atlantic US, southeastern US, and overseas, conducting contract, analysis, and regulatory archaeology.

Joseph A. Beatty is Research Supervisor and Editor-in-Chief, North Carolina Historical Review in the Historical Research Office, a part of the N.C. Office of Archives and History.

Intro music by Joe Newberry.

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