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Wed May 24, 2006
The Science of Underwater Archeology
Researcher Nathan Henry describes the tools, techniques, and challenges of excavating the Queen Anne's Revenge.
Nathan Henry is an assistant state archeologist and conservator in the Underwater Archeology branch out of Fort Fisher. He works with Project Archeologist Chris Southerly on the Queen Anne's Revenge, aided this spring by students from Cape Fear Community College.
You can learn more about Henry's work on the Queen Anne's Revenge Project at the state's website.
(note: this selection from the interview is 10 minutes long)