History for Lunch – Blackbeard & the Queen Anne’s Revenge

November 14, 2018 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
South Carolina Maritime Museum
729 Front St
Georgetown, SC 29440
$20 for non-members / $18 for members
Hope McFaddin
History for Lunch - Blackbeard & the Queen Anne's Revenge @ South Carolina Maritime Museum | Georgetown | South Carolina | United States

The Queen Anne’s Revenge will be presented by David Moore, Curator of Nautical Archaeology-NC Maritime Museum-Beaufort/Queen Anne’s Revenge Project.

A native of North Carolina, David Moore has had an interesting and adventurous career as a nautical archaeologist for over 35 years. David received his bachelor’s degree from UNC-Wilmington and his master’s degree in Maritime History and Nautical Archaeology from East Carolina University. It was during his time at ECU that he became interested in the whereabouts of Blackbeard’s most famous ship, the Queen Anne’s Revenge. Ultimately, the ship was discovered in 1996 utilizing David’s research. David has investigated the wrecks of over 300 ships, ranging in date from the 16th-19th centuries, including the historically significant 17th century slave ship Henrietta Marie. For many years, he investigated and excavated shipwrecks in Florida. David is currently the Curator of Nautical Archaeology at the North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort and subject-matter expert on the Queen Anne’s Revenge Project.

Interesting Links:
Meet David Moore at Queen Anne’s Revenge online 
History of Blackbeard at Queen Anne’s Revenge online 

$20 for Lunch and Presentation |  $18 for Museum and OLLI Members  History for Lunch is sponsored by Andy Friedman, Edward Jones Financial Advisor, Georgetown, SC

Register today to secure your spot. You can register online below or call Hope @ 843-520-0111.


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