The Dog Island Shipwreck Survey
The Dog Island Shipwreck Survey
09 February 2013 - 07:00 PM - - 09:00 PM
Apalachicola Maritime Museum - Apalachicola


Dr. Chuck Meide will talk about his work on the Dog Island Shipwreck Survey.  Dr. Meide is an underwater and maritime archaeologist and currently the Director of LAMP (Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program), the research arm of the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum located in St. Augustine, Florida. He earned BA and MA degrees in Anthropology with a focus in underwater archaeology in 1993 and 2001 from Florida State University, where he studied under George R. Fischer, and undertook Ph.D. studies in Historical Archaeology at the College of William and Mary starting the following year. Meide has participated in a wide array of shipwreck and maritime archaeological projects across the U.S., especially in Florida, and throughout the Caribbean and Ireland. From 1995 to 1997 he participated in the search for, discovery, and total excavation of La Salle's shipwreck, La Belle, lost in 1686. In 1999 he directed the Dog Island Shipwreck Project, and between 2004 and 2006 he directed the Achill Island Maritime Archaeology Project off the coast of County Mayo, Ireland. Since taking over as Director of LAMP in 2006, he has directed the First Coast Maritime Archaeology Project, a state-funded research and educational program focusing on shipwrecks and other maritime archaeological resources in the offshore and inland waters of Northeast Florida.  Dr. Meide has served on the Board of the Institute of Maritime History since 2005, and was named Vice President in 2009.


 $5 donation includes lecture followed by shrimp boil on the docks.


 Sponsored in part by the Franklin County Tourist Development Council.



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