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Title Deep sea detectives [videorecording] / produced by KPI for the History Channel ; produced and written by Scott Miller.

Imprint New York, NY : A & E Home Video, c2003.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe DVDs 1st Floor  326 D36 2003    ---  Available
Description 1 videodisc (50 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD.
Language Closed-captioned.
Performer Hosts: John Chatterton, Michael Norwood; interviews with: Corey Malcom, Don Kincaid, David Moore, Madeleine Burnside, Michael Cottman, Angus Konstam, George E. Robb, Russell L. Adams, A. Jose Jones.
Credits Cinematographer, Kevin Bond ; narrator, John Chatterton ; editor, Jim Ettorre.
Audience MPAA rating: Not rated.
Summary By 1700, the slave trade was a vital component of the American Colonies' economy. Ships plied the Atlantic with "black gold". One such vessel was the Henrietta Marie, which was returning from an eventful, 8,000-mile journey in July 1700 when it sank off Florida. This program reveals how a portion of the Marie was discovered, almost by accident, in 1972, and visits the site where thousands of artifacts have been found. Then, we'll join the search for the main body of the wreck, conducted off Key West during the summer of 2003.
Subject Henrietta Marie (Ship)
Slave trade -- History.
Shipwreck victims -- 18th century.
Discoveries in geography.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Added Author Miller, Scott, 1969-
Chatterton, John.
Norwood, Michael.
Malcom, Corey.
Kincaid, Don.
Moore, David.
Burnside, Madeleine.
Cottman, Michael.
Konstam, Angus.
Robb, George E.
Adams, Russell L.
Jones, A. Jose.
Bond, Kevin.
Ettorre, Jim.
KPI (Firm)
History Channel (Television network)
A & E Home Video (Firm)
New Video Group.
Other Title Deep sea detectives. Slave ship uncovered
Added Title Slave ship uncovered!
Deep sea detectives (Television program)

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