Rodgers, Bradley A.

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Cedar on the reef : archaeological and historical assessments of the Eighteenth-Century Bermuda Sloop exemplified by the wreck of the Hunter Galley 2011 82832 The purpose of this thesis is to examine whether the remains of a shipwreck lost on the reefs near Hogfish Cut south of Pompano Flats approximately 600 yards off the southwest shore of Bermuda represent a Bermuda sloop. The wreck identified in the 19...
Defining Eastern North Carolina Upriver Steamboats Through Tar River Archaeology and History 2012 82832 This thesis will identify the salient features of North Carolina upriver steamboats and their relationships to steamboats from a variety of regions in the United States in an effort to understand the means by which people adapted and reinvented the s...
How A Vessel of This Magnitude Was Moved : A Comparative Analysis of Confederate Ironclad Steam Engines Boilers and Propulsion Systems 2012 82832 The development of steam propulsion machinery in warships during the 19th century in conjunction with iron armor and shell guns resulted in a technological revolution in the world's navies. Warships utilizing all of these technologies had been built ...
The Influence of the War of 1812 on Great Lakes Shipbuilding 2012 82832 The purpose of this thesis is to determine whether the War of 1812 influenced ship construction techniques on the Great Lakes. During the War of 1812 much of the fighting in the North American theater of war primarily took place along the Niagara fro...
The Weeping Monument : A Pre and Post Depositional Site Formation Study of the USS Arizona 2012 82832 Since its loss on December 7 1941 the USS Arizona has been slowly leaking over 9 liters of oil per day. This issue has brought about conversations regarding the stability of the wreck and the possibility of defueling the 500 000 to 600 000 gallons th...