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Underwater Heritage Management in Bermuda

Underwater Heritage Management in Bermuda

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University of Southampton, 2006FACULTY OF HUMANITIESDEPARTMENT OF ARCHAEOLOGYUSING UNDERWATER HERITAGE IN BERMUDA AS A BENCHMARK INORDER TO ASSESS THE POSSIBILITIES FOR A HOLISTIC APPROACHTO UNDERWATER HERTITAGE MANAGEMENT IN THE CARIBBEANBy Lillian Azevedo-GroutA dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for MA(Maritime Archaeology) by Instructional Course
 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
This dissertation would not have been possible without much advice, guidance,and support. I would like to thank Dr. Edward Harris and the staff at the BermudaMaritime Museum for their outstanding hospitality and advice, for providing me withshelter and a base from which I might gather data and knowledge. For their expertise,local knowledge, breathing air, and petrol I would like to thank Bermudian Captains BobSteinhoff and Russel Whayman. For his advice and patience, I thank my dissertationsupervisor: Dr. Jonathon Adams. For their correspondence and support, I thank theheritage managers and contacts throughout the Caribbean including Dr. Basil Reid, Dr.“Peggy” Leshikar-Denton, Mr. Bob Conrich, and Mrs. Della Scott-Ireton among manyothers. Thank-you all! Finally, for his encouragement and love, I thank my husband,Carl Grout.2
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
List of Figures and Tables…………………………………………………..……………ivIntroduction………………………………………………………………………………..11. Underwater Sites and Resources:Observations and Experiences from Bermuda…………….………………………32. Legislation and Patterns in Past Heritage Management:Bermuda’s Changing Policies and Changing Attitudes.…………………………163. Previous Underwater Research in Bermuda on the Historic Environment……………264. The People’s Heritage? Non-Professional Local Interest and Claims on theUnderwater Cultural Heritage of Bermuda………………………………………345. Official Perspectives: Challenges, Goals, and Accomplishments…………………….446. Underwater Cultural Heritage Management in Practice:A look at the Turks and Caicos, the Caymans, and Trinidad and Tobago…….…507. A Consensus for Change: Attitudes and Progress:Four Recognized Areas for Improvement in the Management of the Underwater Heritage………………………………………………………………………..…58Conclusion………………………………………………………………………….........67References………………………………………………………………………………..703

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