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Revision as of 18:39, 8 December 2010

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Welcome to the NAPWiki,
Texas A&M's Nautical Archaeology Program Wiki.
677 articles.

This site serves to share information relevant to those studying nautical archaeology at Texas A&M and beyond. At this point, it is not an attempt to recreate Wikipedia, but rather to share specific information relevant to students and academics.

Due to attacks by spammers, we have restricted account creation.

To request an account or reset your forgotten password

please email Ryan Lee at ryanlee@tamu.edu or Kelby Rose at kelbyjames@gmail.com




External Links

Texas A&M Nautical Archaeology Portal

Nautical Archaeology Program

Center for Maritime Archaeology and Conservation

J. Richard Steffy Ship Reconstruction Laboratory

Institute of Nautical Archaeology

College of Liberal Arts

Texas A&M University

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