Queen Anne's Revenge (Other Keyword)

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Documenting and Reconstructing the Hull Remains of Queen Anne's Revenge (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Annaliese Dempsey.

The wreck site of Blackbeard’s flagship Queen Anne’s Revenge, found in 1996, yielded a section of surviving hull structure that has yet to be fully studied.  The first stage in a long term research project was conducted in 2016, and involved the detailed recording of the framing timbers so far recovered from the wreck site.  The goal of this in-depth study is a full reconstruction of the vessel’s hull and rig, with a set of lines, construction drawings, and sail plans.  The preliminary results...


Footwear on the Queen Anne’s Revenge, North Carolina Shipwreck 31CR314. (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Elise B Carroll.

Footwear has been considered a necessity throughout history and examples have been seen throughout archaeological sites. The North Carolina shipwreck 31CR314, Queen Anne’s Revenge, has yielded a few examples of different footwear components. This includes a few examples of shoe buckles and notably a leather fragment with four wooden pegs. The leather fragment has been recently recovered from a concretion and is presently believed to be associated with a shoe heel stack. Though the presence of...


A Tale of Two Ships: Developing a Collection Research and Interpretation Plan (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Angela Thorpe. Sarah Watkins-Kenney.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "Telling a Tale of One Ship with Two Names: Queen Anne’s Revenge and La Concorde" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. In September 2018, the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) awarded a grant to NC’s African American Heritage Commission (AAHC) for “A Tale of Two Ships: Developing a Research & Interpretation Plan for Revealing Hidden Histories of One ship with Two Identities”. The ship being NC State...