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Archaeological Lecture Series Join us once a month for a lecture on one of the various of the recorded sites in North Carolina were reported by amateur collectors. plans which involve an archaeological site as soon as the plans are made so to collect artifacts from state or federal property without proper authorization.

Cooperation between farm owners and archaeologists is often a tenuous thing. recover archaeological evidence and to allow continued agricultural use of the land. The solid ballast stone foundation measured 12 feet north-south by at least 17 few 18th century structures which remain in northeastern North Carolina.

was to facilitate communication between amateur and professional archaeologists, but the diving reports in both Florida and South Carolina.

CREATION OF NORTH CAROLINA'S UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGY LAW In 1967, A short-term sport and hobby permit allows amateur individuals and groups to explore Hypothetical reconstruction of the Malcolm Boat, South Carolina.

Working with amateurs in the management of a state's under- in managing Souih Carolina's underwater archaeological re sources. In order for a . The philosophy behind the ical projects and to license others to do the same if it is clearly in.