Diving Into The Past. Theories, Techniques Underwater Archaeology 1964
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Diving Into The Past. Theories, Techniques, and Applications of Underwater Archaeology. The Proceedings of a Conference on Underwater Archaeology Sponsored by the Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, April 26-27, 1963. Edited by June Drenning Holmquist and Ardis Hillman Wheeler. Published by The Minnesota Historical Society and the Council of Underwater Archaeology. St. Paul, (Minnesota). (1964) (x), 111 pages. Illustrated. 10-1/2 inches. Soft cover. Light use, lightly rubbed. Overall very good condition. - - - Includes in part: The Challenge, Nature, and Limitations of Underwater Archaeology. By Stephan F. de Borhegyi; Applications of Underwater Archaeology to Museums of Technology. By Howard I. Chapelle; Some Legal Problems in the Field of Underwater Archaeology. By Walter N. Trenerry; Recent Developments in the Use of Gunflints for dating and Identification. By T. M. Hamilton; The Condition of Materials Found in Salt Water. By Mendel L. Peterson; The Conservation of Artifacts from Salt Water. By Samuel P. Townsend; Some Special Projects in North America; The Viking Ships in Roskilde Fiord, Denmark. By Olaf Olsen and Ole Crumlin-Pedersen; The Ghost Ship “Vasa.” By Anders Frazen; Bibliography; Index.