Nautical Studies and Archaeology Web Resources | Department of History

Nautical Studies and Archaeology Web Resources

General

 

Titanic

 

Museums

    Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
    http://www.cbmm.org/
    dedicated to preserving the history of North America's largest and most productive estuary, the Chesapeake Bay
     
    Santa Barbara Maritime Museum
    http://www.sbmm.org/
    preserves and presents the maritime history of the Santa Barbara Channel and its National Marine Sanctuary
     
    National Maritime Museum
    http://www.nmm.ac.uk/
    This is the world's largest maritime museum, covering every aspect of ships and seafaring. The Museum promotes the understanding of the history and future of Britain and the sea, the story of time, astronomy and navigation, and of the historic buildings at Greenwich.
     
    The Mary Rose
    http://www.maryrose.org/
    Portsmouth, UK, virtual museum
     
    Peter McCracken Guide to Maritime History Information
    http://ils.unc.edu/maritime/museum.html
    direct links to some museums, and links to various lists of marine museums in various regions, including Greece
     
    U.S. Navy Submarine Force Museum
    http://www.ussnautilus.org/
    historic Ship Nautilus and the Submarine Force Museum
     
    Maritime and Yachting Museum - Stuart, FL
    http://www.mymflorida.org/
     
    Underwater Science Program
    http://www.indiana.edu/~scuba/index.html

 

Archaeology

 
 
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