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Schooners

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Combined Phase I and Phase II Remote Sensing Cultural Resources Survey for the Deep Through Dredge Disposal Area, Kent Island, Maryland (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gai Consultants, Inc..

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Comet: Submerged Cultural Resources Site Report, Channel Islands National Park (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Matthew A. Russell.

In April 1999, Channel Islands National Park Archeologist Don Morris asked the National Park Service’s Submerged Resources Center (SRC) to lead documentation efforts on the remains of the schooner Comet, exposed on the beach in Simonton Cove, San Miguel Island. Comet had been exposed by winter storms, the first recorded exposure since 1984. SRC archeologists, park staff and volunteers, spent five days documenting Comet’s remains with scale drawings, photos and video. The team found one of the...


Construction of the CityPlace Schooner (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Julia M. Herbst.

This is an abstract from the "Shipwrecks and the Public: Getting People Engaged with their Maritime History" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. In 2015, the remains of an early 19th-century schooner were discovered below Bathurst Street and Fort York Boulevard in downtown Toronto, during the construction of the CityPlace neighborhood. The wreck, located alongside the remains of the Queen’s Wharf, was excavated and relocated to Fort York National...


Laboring on the Edge: The Loma Prieta Mill and the Timber Industry in Nineteenth Century California (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marco Meniketti.

From 1870 until 1920 the Loma Prieta timber mill ranked as one of California’s largest and most productive in terms of board-feet cut. Beginning operations a few years after the gold rush, workers were immigrants from many lands with aspirations for a better life than the one they left behind. The company clear-cut through ancient redwood forests in the Santa Cruz Mountains, providing timber for regional railroads, housing, and building of San Francisco. Following deforestation the region was...


Luck Plays a Vital Role in Archaeology: The Story of the Fishing Schooner Frances Geraldine (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jeff Enright.

Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc. conducted an archaeological investigation of an unknown shipwreck in the Sabine River, Louisiana.  A little luck and persistent research identified the shipwreck as the Frances Geraldine, the last schooner built for the Lunenburg, Nova Scotia fishing fleet.  The famed shipyard of Smith & Rhuland (builders of the racing fishing schooner Bluenose) constructed the Frances Geraldine in 1944.  The Frances Geraldine spent the majority of her career in the...


Results From The First Excavation On The Saintes Bay’s Shipwreck, Guadeloupe, FWI (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jean-Sébastien Guibert.

This paper presents results from the first excavations on the Saintes Bay’s wreck. The site was discovered in the 1990’s but no archaeological survey or excavation took place apart from a DRASSM expertise in 2002. Known by several divers the site was partially looted but has not been totally destroyed. The wreck may be Anemone a French schooner built in 1823 in Bayonne and used as a custom ship in Guadeloupe. Anemone patrolled the coast in order to prevent illegal trade, in particular the slave...


Submerged Cultural Resources Investigation of the Western Portion of the Maurepas Basin (1987)
DOCUMENT Citation Only A. R. Saltus, Jr..

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Wooden History of "The Highwayman" - Wreckage and Discovery of the Lumber Schooner Oliver J. Olson (1900 -1911) (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ricardo Borrero Londoño.

Careened to starboard prow remains were uncovered by the landslide of a dune during the hurricanes Mary and Norbert at Cabo Falso, Lower California in August of 2014. Main deposit encompasses floor timbers, ribs, beams, planking, iron fasteners, a capstan, a dead eye, a cleat, a hatchway and steam donkey pinions. Machinery inscriptions, wood taxonomy, architectonical characteristics, site location and documentary sources research, drove to identify the wreck as the four-masted schooner Oliver J...