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Pirates!
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/pirates/index.html
Glimpse the “golden age” of piracy through the eyes of those who shared the sea with the saltiest dogs.

A Guide to Maritime History Information on the Internet
http://ils.unc.edu/maritime/
A reference librarian at East Carolina University compiled this list of substantive resources.

Institute of Maritime History
http://www.maritimehistory.org
Explore an archive dedicated to the preservation and documentation of maritime history.

Marinearchaeology.com
http://www.marinearchaeology.com
This informative site is run by and for “ethical commercial archaeologists” and includes links to more treasure-related sites.

The Mary Rose
http://www.maryrose.org/
This site focuses mainly on the Mary Rose, a 16th-century English warship and has links to other maritime history sites.

Scuba Diving for Treasure
http://www.globedirect.com/~heritage/homepage/diving/diving.html
This scuba enthusiast’s home page offers links to treasure diving forums, pirate-related sites, and more.

Treasure Quest
http://www.treasurequestmag.com
Find featured articles from the pages of Treasure Quest magazine.

Western & Eastern Treasures Magazine
http://www.treasurenet.com/westeast/
The online version of the “world’s leading how-to magazine for metal detectorists” provides stories of fantastic  Finds and tips on treasure hunting.

Wrecks and Obstructions
http://chartmaker.ncd.noaa.gov/ocs/text/HSD-3.html
Locate shipwrecks and other underwater obstructions with the help of the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

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Video Atocha: Quest for Treasure. 1996.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Bowden, Tracy. “Gleaning Treasure From the Silver Bank.” Pages 90-105, July 1996.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Goddio, Franck. “San Diego: An Account of Adventure, Deceit, and Intrigue.” Pages 35-57, July 1994.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Grenier, Robert. “Excavating a 400-year-old Basque Galleon.” Pages 58-67, July 1985.
WORLD “Search for Sunken Treasure.” Pages 10-17, March 1983.
Book Parry, J.H. Romance of the Sea. 1981.
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Earle, Peter. The Treasure of the Concepción: The Wreck of the Almiranta. Viking, 1980.

The Great Ships: The Galleons. A&E Television Networks Home Video, 1997.

Humble, Richard and Mark Bergin. A 16th-Century Galleon (Inside Story). Peter Bedrick Books, 1995.

Kirsch, Peter. Galleon: The Great Ships of the Armada Era. Conway, London, 1990.

Marx, Robert F, and Jenifer. The Search for Sunken Treasure: Exploring the World’s Great Shipwrecks. Key Porter Books, 1996.

Pickford, Nigel. The Atlas of Shipwrecks and Treasure: The History, Location, and Treasures of Ships Lost at Sea. DK Publishing, 1994.

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