East Carolina University Associate Professor Department of history Program in Maritime Studies Nathan Richards talks about a community based maritime project at the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education at the Heritage Park in Corolla, Tuesday, March 12, 2013.
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East Carolina University Associate Professor Department of history Program in Maritime Studies Nathan Richards talks about a community based maritime project at the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education at the Heritage Park in Corolla, Tuesday, March 12, 2013.

ECU prof looks to enlist locals in effort to preserve maritime treasures

By Cindy Beamon

The Daily Advance

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COROLLA — Hidden beneath water and sand are remnants of Currituck’s maritime history that the local community could save, says an archaeologist ready to train volunteers for the task.

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The amazing world of history!

The amazing world of history! Kudos to all of these persons that are making the efforts it requires discovering, recognizing, and saving the tidbits from our past. This is such a good thing! I, for one, am glad that this effort is getting the recognition it deserves.

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