Industry Exhibit Credits and Acknowledgment

This exhibit would not have been possible without the generous support and assistance of several individuals and organizations. I would like to thank the following authors and contributors:

  • Kelly Bumpass
  • Norine Carroll
  • Marianne Franklin
  • Chuck Meide
  • Robin E. Moore
  • John W. Morris III
  • Andrea P. White

Grateful thanks also are extended to the online museum's interns Danielle LaFleur and Danielle Flores. Additional support came from Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program (LAMP), The Maritime Archaeological and Historical Society as well as the following individuals from the University of Rhode Island; Dr. Roderick Mather (Associate Professor of Maritime History and Underwater Archaeology) and Ms. Lisa Chen (University Webmaster).

All exhibit text was derived from the archaeological reports written by the investigators and are listed by title below. Additional materials, comments, and suggestions were provided by Mr. Robin Moore (LAMP).

1. Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc. Site Report No. 2 The St. Augustine Maritime Survey 1998 Report on the Tube Site 8SJ3478 15 December 1998. By John W. Morris III, Marianne Franklin, Norine Carroll, Kelly Bumpass, Andrea P. White.

2. Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc. Survey Report No. 3 The St. Augustine Maritime Survey 1998 March 1999 Updated to Include April Fieldwork May 1999. By Marianne Franklin, John W. Morris III, Norine Carroll, Kelly Bumpass, Andrea P. White

3. Site 8SJ3478 The Tube Site 1999 Field Season Report April 1, 2000. Submitted by J.W. Morris III Principal Investigator.

4. The Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Programís 2000 Field Season Report: The Continuing Investigations of St. Augustineís Underwater Archaeology and Maritime History. A Report By: the Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program John W. Morris III and Jason M. Burns for The Florida Department of State, Division of Historic Resources, Bureau of Archaeological Research.

5. Site 8SJ3478, possibly the Industry: A British 18th-Century Shipwreck, Conservation Research Laboratory Research Report #10, World Wide Web, URL, http://nautarch.tamu.edu/crl/Report10/introduction. Nautical Archaeology Program, Texas A&M University By Marianne Franklin (2000)

Conservation

The authors would like to acknowledge the generous conservation assistance they received from Texas A&M University's Conservation Research Laboratory.

Photo and Illustration Credits


Historical Background Gallery
  • Introduction Page Composite of images by Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc., John William Morris III, and Chuck Meide
  • Historical Background View From Governor's House 1764 (Courtesy St. Augustine Historical Society)
  • Castillo de San Marcos, T. Kurt Knoerl
  • British Map of St. Augustine 1763 Jefferys, Thomas, Plan of the town and harbour of St. Augustine. Map Collection, LC Maps of North America, 1750-1789, 1637. [Online] Available HTTP: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/gmdhtml/gmdhome.html, 1762?, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
  • General Gage,
  • Wrecked!, T. Kurt Knoerl
  • Left Menu Navigation Image, T. Kurt Knoerl

    • Methodology Gallery
      • Introduction, T. Kurt Knoerl
      • SOAR Discovery, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
      • Field Work Begins, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
      • Cannon Recovery, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
      • Conservation, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
      • A Theft at the Site!, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
      • Artifacts in Danger: Tea Pot, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
      • The Search for Hull Remains, John William Morris III
      • Left Menu Navigation Image, T. Kurt Knoerl

        • Findings Index
          • Introduction, T. Kurt Knoerl
          • Possible Marble Apothecary Tray, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
          • Cannon, John William Morris III
          • Flat Iron Bar Stock, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
          • Files, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
          • Millstones, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
          • Cauldron, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
          • Swivel Gun slide show:
            John William Morris III
            Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
            Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
            Marianne Franklin
            Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
            T. Kurt Knoerl
          • Wooden Box slide show:
            John William Morris III
            John William Morris III
            John William Morris III
            John William Morris III
            T. Kurt Knoerl
            Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
            Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
            Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
            Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
          • Anchors, John William Morris III
          • Carpenter's Saws, T. Kurt Knoerl
          • Shovel Blade, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.
          • Left Menu Navigation Image, Southern Oceans Archaeological Research, Inc.