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Preliminary Investigations of a Shipwreck, Pumpata Cahuita National Park, Costa Rica

  • Stephen J. Gluckman
Part of the The Springer Series in Underwater Archaeology book series (SSUA)

Abstract

In late June 1978 I received a letter from Dr. Carlos E. Valerio, a professor in the Biology Department at the University of Costa Rica. Dr. Valerio was seeking advice about the protection of shipwrecks located in a national park off Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast.

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Coral Reef Slave Trade Coconut Palm Stone Artifact Maritime Archaeology 
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