May 2007, an archaeological crew from the Departments of Oceanography
and Anthropology from Texas A&M University, in cooperation with
archaeologists from Minerals Management Service, conducted an
excavation on an early 19th-century shipwreck 4016 feet deep in the
Gulf of Mexico. This web site will present a series of web site reports
on the conservation and analysis of the material recovered from the
For information on artifacts from the Mardi Gras Shipwreck, and the ongoing conservation work being conducted at the Conservation Reseach Laboratory, please visit the following links:
Donny L. Hamilton
2007, Mardi Gras Shipwreck Project-On-going work, URL, http://nautarch.tamu.edu/mardigras, Center for Maritime Archaeology and Conservation, Texas A&M University.
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