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Your help is needed -- Now!

Archaeology is exciting, but expensive. Whether it’s under the shadow of the Pyramids, in a Utah desert or yes, on the bottom of an ocean, archaeological discovery takes a lot of time and people. Underwater archaeology is almost always much more expensive than land digging. It must have new technologies and equipment to do the same job.

Underwater archaeology is as equipment-intensive as its land-based cousin is labor-intensive. The barest of needs include boats, SCUBA gear, buoys, emergency personnel and people with a great deal of nautical knowledge.

The Denbigh Project is one of several run by the Institute of Nautical Archaeology (INA), but must find its own funding and resources.

The Denbigh Project does not receive public funding, and is entirely supported by generous gifts from excited individuals like you as well as corporations and foundations. The Denbigh Project has also received substantial donated support such as services and equipment from many interested companies and individuals.

Look who’s helping the Denbigh Project, click on this link and see the many people, like you, who are making the project possible.

The Institute of Nautical Archaeology is a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3), non-profit scientific and educational organization under the provisions of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. This means that your contributions to the Denbigh Project are tax-deductible by both you or your business.

Just make your donation out to "Denbigh Project" and mail it to the Institute of Nautical Archaeology, P.O. Drawer HG, College Station, Texas 77841-5137. Your cancelled check becomes your tax documentation.

Barto Arnold, the Denbigh Project's Principal Investigator, will gladly talk with you about Denbigh, your donations of time, equipment or help. Just give him a call at (979) 845-6694 or by e-mail.

Companies with Matching Gift Programs

Many companies provide "matching gift" programs for their employees. When you, as an employee, make a donation to the Denbigh Project, you can can notify the company, which will then make a donation of an equal (or even double) amount to the project. Matching gift programs effectively double or triple the value of the contributions made by individual employees.

The list below are companies known to have a matching gift program. If you know of others, send us an email and we’ll include them.

Don’t know if your company will double your gift? Ask your company's Human Resources department or community relations person. Often the matching gift program includes not only gifts made by active employees, but also retirees, spouses and board members. Know someone who would be interested in giving? Clue them into this web site!

You may not be able to dive the shipwreck but you can certainly be part of the Denbigh Project – help us make archaeology come alive.


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Abbott Laboratories
Aetna, Inc.
Air Products
Albertson's
Alcoa
AlliedSignal
Allstate
American Express
American Home Products
Ameritech Matching Gift
Amoco
Andersen Consulting 
Arthur Andersen LLP
Anheuser-Busch
ARCO
AT&T
Automatic Data Processing

Barnett Banks
BASF Corporation
Bechtel
Bell Atlantic
BellSouth
Bethlehem Steel
BetzDearBorn
Boeing
Borden
Bowater
BP America
Bridgestone/Firestone
Bristol-Myers Squibb

Campbell Soup
Capital Cities/ABC
Champion International
Chase Manhattan
Chevron
Chrysler
CIGNA
Citicorp
Coca-Cola
Consolidated Papers
Coopers & Lybrand
Corning
CSX

Darden Restaurants
Deloitte & Touche
Delta Airlines
Dow Chemical Company
Dow Corning Corporation
DowElanco 
Dun & Bradstreet

Eckerd
Eli Lilly & Company
Equifax
The Equitable
Ernst & Young
Exxon

Fannie Mae
Federated Department Stores
First Union
Ford Motor Company
Florida Power & Light

General Electric
General Motors
General Mills
General Re Corporation
Georgia-Pacific Corporation
Glaxo-Wellcome
GTE

Halliburton
Harris
Hewitt Associates
Hewlett-Packard Company
Hoechst Celanese
Hoffmann-La Roche
Home Depot
Honeywell

IBM
ICI Americas
Intel
International Paper Company
ITT Industries
ITW

Johnson & Higgins
Johnson & Johnson
Johnson Controls
J.C. Penney Company

Kmart
M. W. Kellogg Company
Kimberly-Clark
KPMG Peat Marwick

Law Companies Group
Lexmark
Lockheed Martin
Lucent Technologies

Mallinckrodt, Inc.
May Department Stores
MBNA America Bank
McDonnell Douglas Corporation
McGraw-Hill
Mead Corporation
Medtronic
Merck
Merrill Lynch & Co.
Metropolitan Life
Microsoft Corporation
Minnesota Mining & 

   Manufacturing (3M)
Mobil
Monsanto
Motorola
Mutual of New York

NationsBank
Nationwide Insurance
NCR Corporation
New York Life
New York Times Company
NIKE, Inc.
Northern Telecom
Northern Trust Company 
NYNEX Corporation

Occidental Petroleum
Osram Sylvania, Inc.
Owens-Corning

Pfizer, Inc.
Pharmacia & Upjohn, Inc.
Philip Morris Companies, Inc.
Philips Electronics North America
Phillips Petroleum
Pitney Bowes
Price Waterhouse
Procter & Gamble Company
Prudential
Publix

Radian International LLC
Rayonier
Raytheon Company
Rhone-Poulenc Ag Company
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Rockwell International Corporation
Ryder

Sandoz Corporation
Sara Lee
Schering-Plough Corporation
SC Johnson & Son
Scripps Howard
Shell Oil
Sherwin-Williams Company
SmithKline Beecham
Sony USA
Sprint
State Farm
Sun Microsystems, Incorporated
SunTrust Bank Atlanta

Tektronix
Tenet Healthcare Corporation
Texaco
Texas Instruments
Times Mirror
Times Publishing Company
Time Warner
Toys R Us
Tropicana
TRW

United Parcel Service
United Technologies
Unocal
UNUM Life Insurance
USAA

Virginia Power
Vulcan Materials Company

Wachovia Bank
Wal-Mart
Waste Management, Inc.
Wells Fargo
Westinghouse Electric Corporation
Westvaco
Winn-Dixie Stores

Xerox Corporation

Zeneca, Incorporated

 

 

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What's New?

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Denbigh
History

"An Extremely Fast Boat" | The "Mobile Packet" | A "Bold Rascal" | Denbigh Today
Denbigh's Crew | The Erlanger Loan | Birkenhead-Built: An Unrivaled Legacy
Denbigh Primary Source Documents | Galveston During the Civil War | Denbigh, Clwyd, Wales
The U.S. Coast Survey and the Blockade, 1861 | The Ship's Library: Recommended Reading
Running the Blockade Into Galveston: A Personal Narrative | Denbigh Day-by-Day
Denbigh Portrait | Official Number 28,647 | Valve Chest Animation (300kb) | Investors
Links of Interest | Denbigh F.A.Q. | Denbigh's Engines | Denbigh's Boiler
Feathering Sidewheel

Archaeology

April 27-28 Side Scan Survey | May 7-10 Site Mapping
June 16-17 Sub-Bottom Profiling | Site Mapping, July 9-12, 1998 | Dive Trip, October 18-30, 1998
Underwater Images | 1999 Summer Field Season | Denbigh Site Plan
Jerry Williams Speaking Tour | Denbigh Project Benefit Dinner |
Denbigh Artifacts | 2000 Field Crew | 2000 Field Crew Photo Album |
The Denbigh Wreck Site: A Quicktime VR Panaorama
Connecting Rod Recovery, July 22-24, 2000 | Modeling a Shipwreck
Credits & Thank-Yous

J. Barto Arnold et al. 1998-2000, The Denbigh Project, World Wide Web,
URL http://nautarch.tamu.edu/PROJECTS/denbigh/denbigh.html,
Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, E-mail: (barnold@tamu.edu).  
Tuesday, September 05, 2000 Revision.

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