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East Carolina University underwater archaeologists and graduate students from the Department of History's Program in Maritime Studies recently returned from a research expedition to the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica
East Carolina University underwater archaeologists and graduate students from the Department of History's Program in Maritime Studies recently returned from a research expedition to the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica
 
Researchers in East Carolina University's Program in Maritime Studies are working with the Department of Defense on a project they hope will give some peace of mind to U.S. military families who lost loved ones during World War II
Researchers in East Carolina University's Program in Maritime Studies are working with the Department of Defense on a project they hope will give some peace of mind to U.S. military families who lost loved ones during World War II
 
Task Force Dagger, a nonprofit organization that supports all U.S. Special Operations Command service members and their families, is joining forces with the East Carolina University Department of History's maritime studies program to explore and research WWII underwater archaeological sites
Task Force Dagger, a nonprofit organization that supports all U.S. Special Operations Command service members and their families, is joining forces with the East Carolina University Department of History's maritime studies program to explore and research WWII underwater archaeological sites
 
This summer, East Carolina University students and faculty members helped unearth surprising discoveries while excavating the ancient Nabataean capital city of Petra, Jordan
This summer, East Carolina University students and faculty members helped unearth surprising discoveries while excavating the ancient Nabataean capital city of Petra, Jordan
 
Indiana Jones made it look cool to be an archaeologist. What's not cool, however, is for the State of North Carolina to force taxpayers to subsidize an office that attempts to centrally oversee the archaeological projects across the state.
Indiana Jones made it look cool to be an archaeologist. What's not cool, however, is for the State of North Carolina to force taxpayers to subsidize an office that attempts to centrally oversee the archaeological projects across the state.
 
Ten rising high school juniors and seniors got busy this summer digging and sifting through 18th century dirt behind a standing slave cabin in Grimesland.
Ten rising high school juniors and seniors got busy this summer digging and sifting through 18th century dirt behind a standing slave cabin in Grimesland.
 
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