SELECTED PORT ROYAL PUBLICATIONS

M.A. Theses and Ph.D Dissertations:

Breece, Laurel
1993  The Silver Artifacts from Marx's Excavation.  Master's thesis, Department of Archaeology, University of California at Los
         Angeles.

Claypole, William A.
1972  The Merchants of Port Royal, 1655-1700. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of History, University of the West Indies.

Clifford, Sheila A.
1993  An Analysis of the Port Royal Shipwreck and its Role in the Maritime History of Seventeenth-Century Port Royal, Jamaica.
         Master's thesis, Department of Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

Brown, Maureen Jeanette
1996  An Archaeological Study of Social Class as Reflected in a British Colonial Tavern Site in Port Royal, Jamaica.  Master’s
         thesis, The University of Texas at San Antonio.

Darrington, Glenn
1994  Analysis and Reconstruction of Impernanent Structures in the 17th and 18th Centuries.  Master's thesis, Department of
         Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

Dewolf, Helen Catherine
1998  Chinese Porcelain and Seventeenth-Century Port Royal, Jamaica.  Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Texas
         A&M University, College Station.

Donachie, Madeleine
2001  Household Ceramics at Port Royal, Jamaica, 1655-1692: The Building 4/5 Assemblage.  Doctoral Dissertation, Department of
         Anthropology, Texas
A&M University, College Station.

Franklin, Marianne
1992  Wrought-Iron Hand Tools in Port Royal, Jamaica: A Study Based Upon a Collection of the Tools Recovered from
         Archaeological Excavations and Listed in the Probate Records of Colonial Port Royal, c. 1692.   Master's thesis, Department
         of Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

Fox, Georgia Lynn
1998  The Study of the Kaolin Clay Tobacco Pipe Collection from the Seventeenth-Century Archaeological Site of Port Royal,
         Jamaica.  Doctoral dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

Gotelipe-Miller, Shirley
1990  Pewter and Pewterers from Port Royal, Jamaica: Flatware before 1692.  Master's thesis, Department of Anthropology, Texas
         A&M University, College Station.

Hailey, Tommy Ike
1994  The Analysis of 17th-, 18th-, and 19th-Century Ceramics from Port Royal, Jamaica, for Lead Release:  A Study in
         Archaeotoxicology.  Doctoral dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

Heidtke, Kenan
1992  Jamaican Red Clay Pipes.  Master's thesis, Department of Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

McClenaghan, Patricia Elizabeth
1988  Drinking Glasses from Port Royal, Jamaica c.1630-1840:  A Study of Styles and Usuage.  Master's thesis, Department of
         Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

C. Wayne Smith
1995  Analysis of the Weight Assemblage of Port Royal, Jamaica. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Anthropoology, Texas A&M
         Universty, College Station.

Thornton, Diana

1992  The Probate Inventories of Port Royal, Jamaica.  Master's thesis, Department of Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College
         Station.

Trussel, Timothy D.
2004  Artifacts of Ambition: How the 17th-century Middle Class at Port Royal, Jamaica, Forshadowed the Consumer Revolution.
         Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

Wadley, Catheryn Ann
1985  Historical Analysis of Pewter Spoons Recovered from the Sunken City of Port Royal, Jamaica.  Master's thesis, Department
         of Anthropology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

Winslow, Debora
2000  Analysis of the Holloware Pewter from Port Royal, Jamaica. Master's thesis, Department of Anthropology, Texas A&M
         University, College Station.

 

Books, Journal Articles, etc.

Bass, George F. (editor)
1988 Ships and Shipwrecks of the Americas: A History Based on Underwater Archaeology.  Thames and Hudson, New York.

1972 A History of Seafaring Based on Underwater Archaeology. Thames and Hudson, London.
         Section on Port Royal, pp. 117-119.
         Section on Port Royal and the Sea Venture, pp. 254-280.
 

British Broadcasting Corporation
1988 City Under the Sea.  British. Broadcasting Corporation.
         BBC spent 20 days filming the 1984 Port Royal, Jamaica underwater excavations.  The documentary, aired on PBS May 1988
         as part of eight one hour programs in a series called Underwater Discoveries which aired weekly March through May 1988.
         Series rebroadcast on Discovery Channel in 1992 and 1994.

Clark, George R. II
1995 Swallowed Up,
Earth, April 1995, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 34- 41. (Good recent account of the 1692 earthquake by a geologist.) 

Clifford, Sheila A.
1991 A Preliminary Report on a Possible 17th-century Shipwreck at Port Royal, Jamaica. Underwater Archaeology Proceedings
         from the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference. Richmond, Virginia 1991, edited by John D. Broadwater, pp. 80-83.
         The Society for Historical Archaeology.

1991  The Port Royal Ship.  INA Newsletter 17(2):8-10.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

1989  Discoveries from Port Royal.  INA Newsletter 16(4):14-15. Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College
         Station.
 
Cox, Oliver
1984  Upgrading and Renewing the Historic City of Port Royal, Jamaica.  Report commissioned by the Overseas Development
         Administration of the British Government.
 

Cox, Oliver & Jean Cox
1987  Port Royal, Jamaica, Upgrading and Renewing the Historic City: Report on the First Stage of Implementation.  Report
         submitted to the Jamaica National Heritage Trust and the Urban Development Corporation.
 

Davies, P. Spencer
1975  Seventeenth Century Pewter from the Sunken City of Port Royal, Jamaica. Connoisseur Magazine, February, pp. 136-141.
 

Dewolf, Helen
1988  Port Royal's Dogs of Fo.  INA Newsletter 15(2):8.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College Station.


Dunn, Richard S.
1972
Sugar and Slaves: The Rise of the Planter Class in the English West Indies, 1621-1713. W.W. Norton & Co, New York.
 

Fagan, Brian M.
1985 The Adventure of Archaeology.  National Geographic Society.
         Section on Port Royal, pp. 277-279.

Fox, Georgia Lynn
1999  The Kaolin Clay Tobbacco Pipe Collection from Port Royal, Jamaica.  The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe, Peter
         Davey, editor.  BAR International Series 809, Oxford, England.
 

Gardner, Karen
1987  Abundant Pipe Remains Attest to the Popularity of Smoking.  INA Newsletter 14(1/2):12-13.  Institute of Nautical
         Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College Station.
 

Gotelipe-Miller, Shirley
1987  Unique Pewter Set Sheds Light on Life and Trade.  INA Newsletter 14(1/2):7-10.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas
         A&M University, College Station. 

Hamilton, Donny L.
1996  Historical Archaeology on British Sites in the Seventeenth-Century Caribbean.  In The Archaeology of Sixteenth- and
         Seventeenth-Century British Colonization in the Caribbean, United States, and Canada.  Guides to Historical Archaeological
         Literature, No. 4.  The Society for Historical Archaeology.

1992  Simon Benning, Pewterer of Port Royal.  In Text-Aided Archaeology, edited by Barbara J. Little, pp. 39-53.  CRC Press, Boca
         Raton, Florida.

1991  A Decade of Excavations at Port Royal, Jamaica.  Underwater Archaeology Proceedings from the Society for Historical
         Archaeology Conference, Richmond, Virginia, 1991, edited by John D. Broadwater, pp. 90-94.  The Society for Historical
         Archaeology.

1990  Port Royal 1990: The Last Excavation Season.  INA Newsletter 17(4):14-17.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M
         University, College Station.

1990  A Decade of Underwater Research at Port Royal. INA Newsletter 17(2):5-7.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M
         University, College Station.

1989  Report on 1981-1988 Underwater Archaeological Research at Port Royal Jamaica by the Institute of Nautical Archaeology.
         Report submitted to the Jamaica National Heritage Trust, Kingston, Jamaica.  Report on file, Nautical Archaeology Program,
         Texas A&M University, College Station.

1988  Port Royal 1988: More Than a Catch-Up Season.  INA Newsletter 15(4):6-7.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M
         University, College Station.

1988  INA Enters the SHARPS Era.  INA Newsletter 15(2):6-7.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College
         Station.

1988  Port Royal, Jamaica: A City Coming to Light.  INA Newsletter 15(1):6-7.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M
         University, College Station.

1988  Underwater Excavations of 17th-Century Building at the Intersection of Lime and Queen Streets.  Underwater Archaeology
         Proceeding from the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference,  Reno, Nevada, January 1988, edited by James Delgado.
         Society for Historical Society Special Publication Series No. 7, pp. 9-12.

1987  The Port Royal Project: A 17th-Century Learning Laboratory for Future Underwater Archaeologist.  INA Newsletter 14(1/2):4-6.
         Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

1986  The City Under the Sea.  In Science Year, 1986, The World Book Science Annual, pp. 92-109.  World Book Inc., Chicago,
         Illinois.

1986  Port Royal Revisited.  Underwater Archaeology:  The Proceedings of the fourteenth Conference on Underwater Archaeology,
         edited by Calvin R. Cummings.  Fathom Eight, Special Publication No.7, pp 73-81.  San Marino, California.

1986  Port Royal, Jamaica: City Under the Sea, with Robyn Woodward.  Fate Magazine 39(4):30-41.

1985  The Institute of Nautical Archaeology at Texas A&M: The Program and the Port Royal Project.  Oceanus 28(1):72-76. Woods
         Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

1984  Preliminary Report on the Archaeological Investigations of the Submerged Remains of Port Royal, Jamaica, 1981-1982.  The
         International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration 13(1):11-25.

1983  Port Royal.  INA Newsletter 10(4):5.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

1981  Port Royal 1981.  INA Newsletter 8(3):1-2, 4-7.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College Station.
 
Hamilton, Donny L., and Robyn Woodward
1984  A Sunken 17th-Century City: Port Royal, Jamaica. Archaeology 37(1):38-45.

Heidtke, Kenan
1987  Crude Red Pipes Reflect Local Traditions.  INA Newsletter 14(1/2):13.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M
         University, College Station.

Hunter, Cristi
1987  Bones Offer Clues to Everyday Habits.  INA Newsletter 14(1/2):14.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University,
         College Station.
 
Jobling, Jim
1987  Historic Port Royal: A Glorious Rise and a Tragic Fall for the Wickedest City on Earth.  INA Newsletter 14(1/2):2-3.  Institute
         of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College Station.
 
Link, Marian Clayton
1973 Windows in the Sea.  Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington.

1960  Exploring the Drowned City of Port Royal.  National Geographic 117(2):151-182.

Marx, Robert F.
1973 Port Royal Rediscovered.  Doubleday, New York.

1971 Silver and Pewter Items Recovered from the Sunken City of Port Royal:  May 1, 1966 - March 31, 1968.  Caribbean Research
         Institute, College of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.

1969 Glass Bottles Recovered from the Sunken City of Port Royal: May 1, 1966 - March 31, 1968.  Caribbean Research Institute,
         College of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.

1968 Clay Smoking Pipes from the Sunken City of Port Royal: October 1, 1967 - March 31, 1968.  Jamaica National Trust
         Commission, Kingston.

1968 Brass and Copper Items Recovered from the Sunken City of Port Royal: May 1, 1966 - March 31, 1968.  Jamaica National
         Trust Commission, Kingston.

1968 Wine Glasses Recovered from the Sunken City of Port Royal: May 1 1966 - March 31, 1968.  Jamaica National Trust
         Commission, Kingston.

1968 Clay Smoking Pipes from the Sunken City of Port Royal: May 1, 1966 - September 30, 1967.  Jamaica National Trust
         Commission, Kingston.

1968 Excavation of the Sunken City of Port Royal, January 1967 - March 1968.  Jamaica National Trust Commission, Kingston.

1968  Excavating Port Royal (Part 1).  Jamaica Journal 2(2):12-18.

1968  Divers of Port Royal.  Jamaica Journal 2(1):15-23.

1967 Excavation of the Sunken City of Port Royal, December 1965 - December 1966: A Preliminary Report.  Institute of Jamaica,
         Kingston.

1967 Pirate Port.  World Publishers, Cleveland, Ohio.

Mayes, Philip
1972 Port Royal, Jamaica: Excavations 1969-70.  Jamaica National Heritage Trust, Kingston.
 

Mayes, P., and P.A. Mayes
1972  Port Royal, Jamaica: The Archaeological Problems and Potential.  International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and
         Underwater Exploration 1:97-112.

National Geographic
1988 Hidden Treasures of the Sea.  Books for World Explorers, National Geographic Society.  Section on Port Royal, pp. 56-59.

Noël Hume, Ivor
1974  Review of Port Royal, Jamaica, Excavations 1969-1970, by Philip Mayes. Historical Archaeology 8:124-127.

1972  Review of Silver and Pewter Recovered from the Sunken city of Port Royal, Jamaica, May 1, 1966 - March 31, 1968, Robert F.
         Marx.  Historical Archaeology 6:102-104.

1968  A Collection of Glass from Port Royal, Jamaica, with Some Observations on the Site, Its History and Archaeology.  Historical
         Archaeology 2:5-34.
 
Pawson, Michael, and David Buisseret
1976 Port Royal, Jamaica.  Clarendon Press, Oxford, England.

2000 Port Royal, Jamaica.  The University of the West Indies Press, Kingston, Jamaica.

Peterson, Mendel L.
1972  Traders and Privateers Across the Atlantic:1492-1733.  In A History of Seafaring Based on Underwater Archaeology, edited by
          George F. Bass, pp. 253-280.  Thames and Hudson, London.

Priddy, Antony
1975  The 17th and 18th Century Settlement Pattern of Port Royal.  Jamaica Journal 9(2 and 3):8-10.

Schoeder, Erich Karl
1990  Spatial Patterns at Port Royal.  INA Newsletter 17(2):14-15.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College
         Station.

Schofield, John
1988  Port Royal Archaeological Project, Third Report, 1988.  Archaeological Report submitted to the Jamaica National Heritage
         Trust, Kingston.

1987  Port Royal Archaeological Project, Second Report:  Detailed Proposals.  Proposal submitted to the Jamaica National Heritage
         Trust, Kingston.

1986  A Plan for Archaeological Excavation in Port Royal, Jamaica.  Proposal submitted to the Jamaica National Heritage Trust,
         Kingston.  

1987  Port Royal Archaeological Project, Second Report:  Detailed Proposals.  Proposal submitted to the Jamaica National Heritage
         Trust, Kingston.

1986  A Plan for Archaeological Excavation in Port Royal, Jamaica.  Proposal submitted to the Jamaica National Heritage Trust,
         Kingston.

Smith, Wayne C.

1997  The Final Analysis of Weights from Port Royal, Jamaica.  BAR International Series 675, Oxford, England.

1992 Report from the Laboratory: Recovery of a Lock from Port Royal.  INA Newsletter 18(3):14-15. Institute of Nautical Archaeology,
Texas A&M University, College Station.

1991  Radiography at Port Royal.  INA Newsletter 17(2):11-13.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College
         Station.

1982  Report from the Laboratory: Recovery of a Lock from Port Royal. INA Newsletter 18(3)14-15, Institute of Nautical Archaeology
         Trust, Kingston.

Steffy, J. Richard
1988  The Thirteen Colonies:  English Settlers and Seafarers.  In Ships and Shipwrecks of the Americas: A History Based on
         Underwater Archaeology, edited by George F. Bass, pp. 117-119.  Thames & Hudson, New York.

Thornton, Diana
1991  A Tour of a Port Royal House.  INA Newsletter 18(1):7-9.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College
         Station.

1988  The Jamaica Archives.  INA Newsletter 15(4):10-11.  Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, College Station.

Taylor, John
nd Unpublished 1688 Manuscript held by the National Library of Jamaica, Kingston, Jamaica.

Throckmorton, Peter (editor)
1988 The Sea Remembers.  Weidenfeld and Nicolson, New York. (Section on Port Royal, pp. 181-182).

Troyer, Howard
1933 Five Travel Scripts commonly attributed to Edward Ward, published for The Facsimile Text Society by Columbia University Press, New York. (Section on Jamaica and Port Royal and also New England and Boston)


Documentary Films


City Under the Sea, British Broadcasting Corporation. BBC spent 20 days filming my 1984
underwater excavations at Port Royal, Jamaica. The documentary, aired on PBS May 1988 as
part of eight one hour programs in a series called Underwater Discoveries aired weekly, March
through May 1988. Series then sold to Discovery Channel in 1991.

Consultant for
Diving for Pirate Gold, written and directed by Larry Engel. Shown on NOVA,
Public Broadcasting System on February 23, 1994.

Consultant for segment on Kid's Connection on underwater archaeology, Fall 1996.

Lost City of Pirates, Ancient Mysteries, Arts and Entertainment Television, Roos Films.
Program dealing with Port Royal, Jamaica first aired May 1997.

Sin City, Jamaica, Treasure Series, Arts and Entertainment, Greystone Films. Program dealing
with Port Royal, Jamaica, first aired, December 1998.

Ultimate Ten Treasures, The Learning Channel, Film Garden Entertainment, Program dealing
with the ultimate ten treasures of the world and the TAMU/INA archaeological excavations; Port Royal,
Jamaica was ranked 5th. January 2001

Quicksand, National Geographic Documentary, Engel Brothers Media, Inc, Documentary for
National Geographic, Section on Port Royal, Jamaica and the TAMU/INA archaeological excavations.
January 2001.



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