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100 1  Naylor, Carl,|d1948- 
245 14 The day the johnboat went up the mountain :|bstories from 
       my twenty years in South Carolina maritime archaeology /
       |cCarl Naylor. 
264  1 Columbia, S.C. :|bUniversity of South Carolina Press,
264  4 |c©2010 
300    1 online resource (xi, 259 pages) :|billustrations, maps 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-247) and 
505 0  Twenty years and counting -- The Lewisfield--no, Two 
       Cannon--no, Little Landing Wreck Site -- Mud sucks -- The 
       day the johnboat went up the mountain -- Hobcaw Shipyard -
       - Dredging for the first Americans -- The upside-down 
       wreck -- Salvage license #32 -- The wreck of the SS 
       William Lawrence -- Hobby divers -- Joe and the alligator 
       -- Brown's Ferry Vessel arrives in Georgetown -- Those 
       darn dugouts -- The Hunley, the Housatonic, and the Indian
       chief -- The mysterious French Cargo Site -- The Cooper 
       River Anchor Farm -- Mowing the lawn -- Man overboard--
       not! -- "Never sausage an artifact" -- Sexy wrecks. 
520    Combining his skills as a veteran journalist and well-
       practiced storyteller with his two decades of underwater 
       adventures in maritime archaeology, Carl Naylor offers a 
       colorfully candid account of remarkable discoveries in the
       Palmetto State's history and prehistory. Through a mix of 
       personal anecdotes and archaeological data, Naylor's 
       memoir, The Day the Johnboat Went up the Mountain, 
       documents his experiences in the service of the Maritime 
       Research Division of the South Carolina Institute of 
       Archaeology and Anthropology, a research arm of the 
       University of South Carolina. Shared in a companionable 
       tone, this insightful survey of Naylor's distinguished 
       career is highlighted by his firsthand account of serving 
       as diving officer for the excavation of the Confederate 
       submarine H.L. Hunley in 1996 and the subsequent 
       excavation of its victim, the USS Housatonic. He also 
       recounts tales of dredging the bottom of an Allendale 
       County creek for evidence of the earliest Paleoindians, 
       exploring the waters off Winyah Bay for a Spanish ship 
       lost in 1526 and the waters of Port Royal Sound for a 
       French corsair wrecked in 1577, studying the remains of 
       the historic Santee Canal near Moncks Corner, and 
       searching for evidence of Hernando de Soto's travels 
       through South Carolina in 1540. Naylor describes as well 
       his investigations of suspected Revolutionary War gunboats
       in the Cooper River, a colonial and Revolutionary War 
       shipyard on Hobcaw Creek, the famous Brown's Ferry cargo 
       vessel found in the Black River, a steamship sunk in a 
       storm off Hilton Head Island in 1899, and a mysterious 
       cargo site in the Cooper River. Throughout these episodes,
       Naylor gives an insider's view of the methods of 
       underwater archaeology in stories that focus on the events,
       personalities, and contexts of historic finds and on the 
       impact of these discoveries on our knowledge of the 
       Palmetto State's past. His narrative serves as an 
       authoritative personal account of South Carolina's ongoing
       efforts to discover and preserve evidence of its own 
       remarkable maritime history. 
538    Master and use copy. Digital master created according to 
       Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs
       and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, 
       December 2002.|u
583 1  digitized|c2011|hHathiTrust Digital Library|lcommitted to 
588 0  Print version record. 
600 10 Naylor, Carl,|d1948- 
610 20 University of South Carolina.|bInstitute of Archeology and
650  0 Excavations (Archaeology)|zSouth Carolina. 
650  0 Historic sites|zSouth Carolina. 
650  0 Shipwrecks|zSouth Carolina|xHistory. 
650  0 Underwater archaeology|zSouth Carolina. 
650  0 Coastal archaeology|zSouth Carolina. 
650  0 Archaeologists|zSouth Carolina|vBiography. 
650  7 TRAVEL|zUnited States|xSouth|xSouth Atlantic (DC, DE, FL, 
       GA, MD, NC, SC, VA, WV)|2bisacsh 
651  0 South Carolina|xAntiquities. 
651  0 South Carolina|xHistory, Local. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aNaylor, Carl.|tDay the johnboat went up 
       the mountain.|dColumbia, S.C. : University of South 
       Carolina Press, ©2010|z9781570038686|w(DLC)  2009029585
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