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Harris, Lynn

Sea Ports and Sea Power

Harris, Lynn - Sea Ports and Sea Power, ebook

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Table of contents

1. When Did the Swahili Become Maritime? A Reply to Jeffrey Fleisher et al. (2015)
Elgidius B. Ichumbaki

2. Port of Badagry, a Point of No Return: Investigation of Maritime Slave Trade in Nigeria
Wale Oyediran

3. “A Gulf Between the Mountains”: Slavers, Whalers, and Fishers in False Bay, Cape Colony
Lynn Harris

4. Technology and Empire: A Comparative Analysis of British and Dutch Maritime Technologies During the Napoleonic Era (1792-1815)
Ivor Mollema

5. Bay of Storms and Tavern of the Seas: The Role of Risk in the Maritime Cultural Landscape of the Cape Town Harbour
Jeremy R. Borrelli

6. World War I Shipwrecks of the Western Indian Ocean of Tanzania: Neglected Underwater Heritage Resources
Elinaza Mjeme

7.
Thomas T. Tucker: A Beached US Liberty Ship in Cape Point Nature Reserve, South Africa
Nathaniel King

8. On Desolate Sands: Beached Shipwrecks in the Namibian Coastal Landscape
Jennifer J. Jones

9. Benefits, Burdens, and Opportunities in South Africa: The Implications of Ratifying the 2001 UNESCO Convention on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage
Jonathan Sharfman, Jaco Boshoff, Jonathan Gribble

10. Epilogue
Wale Oyediran, Lynn Harris

Keywords: Social Sciences, Archaeology, Cultural Heritage

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
SpringerBriefs in Archaeology
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319469850
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-46984-3

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