H.L. Hunley (Other Keyword)

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H.L. Hunley Site Assessment (1998)
DOCUMENT Citation Only National Park Service. Naval Historical Center. South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology.

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H.L. Hunley The Next Step: Inside The Side (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert S Neyland.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "Lives Revealed: Interpreting the Human Remains and Personal Artifacts from the Civil War Submarine H. L. Hunley" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. This presentation introduces the ongoing research and analysis being conducted in prepartion for the Hunley report on the interior excavation of the submarine, the personal effects of the crew, and the forensic analysis of the eight crewmembers. Hunley was a sealed...

The Hunley Revealed: 3D Documentation, Deconcretion, and Recent Developments in the Investigation of the H.L. Hunley Submarine. (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael P Scafuri.

Beginning in 2014, the conservation staff at Clemson University’s Warren Lasch Conservation Center (WLCC) in Charleston, South Carolina have been removing the marine concretion from the hull of the American Civil War submarine H. L. Hunley.  In parallel with this, the archaeological team has been documenting the condition of the hull, as well as the concretion layers and hull features revealed by the deconcretion process. This documentation has involved photography, direct measurements, and 3D...

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The H.L. Hunley was a Confederate submarine that sank in February of 1863 just outside Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. Six pollen sample were collected from a sediment column approximately 85 cm deep that had accumulated atop the H.L. Hunley after its demise in 1863. Analysis of these six samples should assist in identifying the nature of the sediments, particularly with respect to timing of sedimentation. In addition to the six pollen samples, a single piece of wood recovered from near...