Ep.3- Eagle Nation Saves Submerged History

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Kurt Knoerl, Ph.D., is a maritime archaeologist. He goes to historic sites along the Coastal Empire to discover, study and preserve notable historic finds. His sites range from oyster processing facilities passed down through generations to boats which have been submerged for hundreds of years. For months, he will teach students about the history of the sites and then trains them on how to work in the knee-deep muck.

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Georgia Southern University, Eagle Eye View, Podcast


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Ep.3- Eagle Nation Saves Submerged History

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