IN THIS ISSUE…

BAHAMIAN EXPEDITION YIELDS NEW EVIDENCE OF EARLY SHIPS
By KC SMITH

PLANNING INSURES FIELD SUCCESS; BUT WHAT ABOUT LEFTOVERS?
By MARK MYERS

THREE GOALS SET, REACHED DURING THREE WEEKS AT HCAY
By DONALD H. KEITH

ELEGANT REMAINS YIELD DETAILS OF DISCOVERY SHIP CONSTRUCTION
By THOMAS J. OERTLING

RECORDS USUALLY CONCEAL THE HAPPENSTANCE OF LIFE
By DENISE LAKEY

BEST-LAID PLANS OFTEN NEED INGENIOUS FIELD MODIFICATION
By JOE SIMMONS

LOST CLUES RECOVERED BY CASTING CONCRETIONS
By BRUCE F. THOMPSON

ARTIFACTS ARE MISSING ELEMENTS OF THE WRECK
By KC SMITH

Key Words:

George Bass, Texas A&M University, KC Smith, Bruce F. Thompson, Joe Simmons, Denise Lakey, Thomas J. Oertling, Donald H. Keith, Mark Myers, Mendel Peterson, Teddy Tucker, Robert Canton, Roger C. Smith