Last edited by Samurn
Monday, April 20, 2020 | History

10 edition of The wreck of the Henrietta Marie found in the catalog.

The wreck of the Henrietta Marie

an African-American"s spiritual journey to uncover a sunken slave ship"s past

by Michael H. Cottman

  • 257 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Harmony Books in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Key West Region (Fla.),
  • Florida,
  • Key West Region.,
  • Key West Region
    • Subjects:
    • Cottman, Michael H. -- Travel,
    • Henrietta Marie (Ship),
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Florida -- Key West Region,
    • Underwater archaeology -- Florida -- Key West Region,
    • African Americans -- Florida -- Key West Region -- Antiquities,
    • Slave trade -- History,
    • Key West Region (Fla.) -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementMichael H. Cottman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF319.K4 C68 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiv, 242 p. :
      Number of Pages242
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL368952M
      ISBN 100517703289
      LC Control Number98029574
      OCLC/WorldCa39654947

        The most famous exhibits at the Mel Fisher Museum are the Henrietta Marie, and the Fleet, featuring the treasured Atocha. Providing a unique glimpse into the world of slave trading, the English Henrietta Marie sank in , 35 miles from Key West. Artifacts onboard include shackles, cannons, beads, ivory, and on: Greene St, Key West, , Florida.


Share this book
You might also like
Vitamins and coenzymes.

Vitamins and coenzymes.

dictionary of clichés

dictionary of clichés

statute law of municipal corporations in Massachusetts, with historical introductions tracing the development of the law from its beginning in every department of municipal government

statute law of municipal corporations in Massachusetts, with historical introductions tracing the development of the law from its beginning in every department of municipal government

Vocabulario De Romance En Latin

Vocabulario De Romance En Latin

Americas original sin

Americas original sin

Cooks, gluttons & gourmets

Cooks, gluttons & gourmets

Applied Sketching and Drafting/Solution Manual

Applied Sketching and Drafting/Solution Manual

Facilities management. What is it? What does it have to offer the building owner or occupier

Facilities management. What is it? What does it have to offer the building owner or occupier

CORAL 66 programming

CORAL 66 programming

use of the Wilhelmy balance technique and the solidification front technique for measuring the surface tensions of fibres.

use of the Wilhelmy balance technique and the solidification front technique for measuring the surface tensions of fibres.

A survey of village industries in Papua-New Guinea

A survey of village industries in Papua-New Guinea

Neuromediators and brain dysfunction

Neuromediators and brain dysfunction

The wreck of the Henrietta Marie by Michael H. Cottman Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie is a powerful and compelling testament of one man's attempt to make sense of the history of his ancestors, chronicling his journey while confronting questions with no answers and striving for reconciliation with his homeland's past and his own country's future/5(4).

Wreck of the Henrietta Marie is a powerful and compelling testament of one man's attempt to make sense of the history of his ancestors, chronicling his journey while confronting questions with no answers and striving for reconciliation with his homeland's past and his own country's future/5.

The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie: An African American's Spiritual Journey to unc [MICHAEL H COTTMAN] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Nonfiction/5(4). The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie Prepared by the Education Unit of the West Virginia Division of Culture and History Table of Contents Part 1: Europe and the Slave Trade Why the Henrietta Marie File Size: 1MB.

Inthe Henrietta Marie, an English slave ship, sank in a hurricane off the Florida keys after unloading its cargo in Jamaica. InMoe Molinar, a treasure hunter, found the wreck. Divers in retrieved piles of iron shackles, some small enough for. The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie: An African American's Spiritual Journey to Uncover a Sunken Slave Ship's Past Michael H.

Cottman, Author Crown Publishing Group (NY) $23 (p) ISBN. The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie: An African American's Spiritual Journey to Uncover a Sunken Slave Ship's Past by Michael Cottman and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open : Cottman, Michael H, “The wreck of the Henrietta Marie: an African-American's spiritual journey to uncover a sunken slave ship's past,” One Book.

One Author. That odyssey became the book, “The Wreck The wreck of the Henrietta Marie book the Henrietta Marie: An African American’s Spiritual Journey to Uncover a Sunken Slave Ship” and. Henrietta Marie, a slave ship which sank off the coast of Florida in InCottman, an experienced scuba diver, led a group of divers to help retrieve artifacts from the wreck.

Nine years. The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie is a powerful and compelling testament of one man's attempt to make sense of the history of his ancestors, chronicling his journey while confronting questions with no answers and striving for reconciliation with his homeland's past and his own country's future/5(12).

The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie is a powerful and compelling testament of one man's attempt to make sense of the history of his ancestors, chronicling his journey while confronting questions with no answers and striving for reconciliation with his homeland's past and his own country's future.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and The wreck of the Henrietta Marie book resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie is a fascinating look at one man's quest to reconstruct the journey of a British slave ship with all the detail and accuracy available to us at the end of the twentieth century.

In this excerpt adapted from his book, The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie, Cottman reflects on the significance of the shipwreck and its place in African American history. The call that beckoned me underwater to a ship of splintered wood and smothered souls didn’t come from the telephone: It.

The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie is a fascinating look at one man\'s quest to reconstruct the journey of a British slave ship with all the detail and accuracy available to us at the end of the twentieth century.\" \"Wreck of the Henrietta Marie is a powerful and compelling testament of one man\'s attempt to make sense of the history of his.

Published on The Frazier International History Museum takes you on an emotional voyage into the past with over 90 original artifacts from. Excavating the Henrietta Marie.

Excavating the wreck of the Henrietta Marie led to the recovery of over 7, artifacts. As Cottman notes, the Henrietta Marie is “believed to be the world’s largest source of tangible objects representing the early years of the African slave trade. The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie: An African American's Spiritual Journey to Uncover a Sunken Slave Ship's Past by Michael H.

Cottman; Michael Cottman. Crown Publishing Group, The, Hardcover. Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition.

Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.

Adapted for younger readers from Michael Cottman’s book, The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie, Shackles from the Deep introduces readers to the aftereffects of slavery, centuries later.

Entire families have been lost to history; people feel unrooted, to some degree, to this day. The Wreck is a beautiful story about good, decent people who have had terrible, life changing tragedies happen to them and about the heartbreaking decisions people make to deal with them.

Warning- this I loved this book and Marie Force has become one of my favorite authors/5. Cottman previously recounted his pursuits in his adult novel The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie: An African-American's Spiritual Journey To Uncover a Sunken Slave Ship's Past, making him vastly familiar with the subject matter, especially considering that he has been at the forefront of documenting the ship's story for almost 25 : National Geographic Society.

Cottman talked about his book, The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie: An African-American’s Spiritual Journey to Uncover a Sunken Slave Ship’s Past, published by Random House. Cottman is a. The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie. In the summer ofthe English merchant-slaver Henrietta Marie sank in unknown circumstances thirty-five miles west of Key West, Florida.

Shortly before this mishap, she had sold a shipment of captive Africans in Jamaica. The shipwreck was first found by Mel Fisher’s divers in Mr. Cottman talked about his book [The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie: an African-American’s Spiritual Journey to Uncover a Sunken Slave.

Ship’s Past] published by Random House. The book details the. The Wreck of The Henrietta Marie. An African-American Spiritual Journey to Uncover A Sunken Ship's Past Michael H. Cottman Nancy-Elizabeth Fitch College of New Rochelle Follow this and additional works at: This Book Reviews is brought to you for free and open access by [email protected] : Michael H.

Cottman, Nancy-Elizabeth Fitch. "THE HENRIETTA MARIE " was cast in block letters around the bell’s waist.

The identification brought a startling immediacy to the excavation. Once English and Jamaican shipping records confirmed the vessel’s status, the wreck’s significance was apparent - the Henrietta Marie was the wreck.

“The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie” Menu. Twitter FB Discuss; A conversation with prize-winning journalist Michael Cottman, whose new book chronicles his journey across three continents to uncover the violent and moving history of a slave ship named the Henrietta Marie.

Kojo speaks with ottman about the book and the author’s spiritual and. The Wreck Of The Henrietta Marie Exhibit On a story summer day in a homeward bound British-based merchant ship was driven onto shoals 35 miles west of Key West, Florida.

It broke apart and sank with the loss of all hands and its : Monica Roberts. Caribbean to return to Europe. A month later, [3] Henrietta Marie wrecked on New Ground Reef near the Marquesas Keys, approximately 35 miles west of Key West. There were no survivors, and the fate of the ship remained unknown for almost three centuries.

[4] Florida Keys in a hurricane.) Two anchors. The Ghosts of the Henrietta Marie On this day he was determined to make one more dive to the wreck of a Spanish galleon that had sunk nearly years ago filled with gold, silver and $ (I am also writing a screenplay for Hollywood producers based on my book, The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie) BOOK REVIEWS, FEATURE STORIES AND BOOK TOUR MEDIA “This truly multidisciplinary volume, an adaptation of his title The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie, engagingly explores a wide scope of topics, including the history of slavery.

A Slave Ship Speaks. The Wreck of Henrietta Marie. Print Page. This poignant and powerful exhibition brought to the surface artifacts recovered from the wreck of the British merchant slave ship, Henrietta Marie, which sank off the coast of Key West in   Shackles From the Deep: Tracing the Path of a Sunken Slave Ship, a Bitter Past, and a Rich Legacy, released on Jan.

3 by National Geographic Books, explores the story of the Henrietta Marie. The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie: An African-American's Spiritual Journey to Uncover a Sunken Slave Ship's Past by Michael H. Cottman, Designed by Lenny Henderson. In telling the story of the salvage of the slave ship, this gripping book takes the historical abstraction of the African slave trade and charges it with the immediacy of warm flesh.

Michael H. Cottman is the author of Shackles from the Deep: Tracing the Path of a Sunken Slave Ship, a Bitter Past, and a Rich Legacy, a new book for younger focuses on the slave ship Henrietta Marie, which sank off the Florida coast in the early 18th century.

His other books include The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie and Spirit Dive.A journalist, he has worked for The Washington Post. In through 85 Henry Taylor, sub-contracting with Mel Fisher's company, excavated the wreck (known as your English wreck) with the assistance of archaeologist David Moore.

The actual wreck was identified whenever a bronze ship's bell holding the inscription The Henrietta Marie was discovered at the wreck web site. Every bit of this concise, detailed book feels personal, and Cottman’s exploration and investigation of the wreck is rich with intrigue and poignant, thought-provoking questions.

Color photographs show artifacts from the Henrietta Marie, and end material includes references and additional reading. The English-owned Henrietta Marie plied the waters from Europe to Africa and the New World, sinking in the year She has waited three hundred years to reveal her story.

Taking the wreck of the ship as its dramatic heart, Spirits of the Passage presents the first general-interest history of. Placing the Henrietta Marie Monument, Onthe National Association of Black Scuba Divers carried a one-ton concrete monument to the wreck site of the Henrietta Marie.

The monument was dedicated to the Africans forced to sail aboard the Henrietta Marie and all other slave ships like it.This journey eventually became his book, The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie: An African American’s Spiritual Journey to Uncover a Sunken Slave Ship. Almost two decades later, Cottman is.About Shackles From the Deep.

A pile of lime-encrusted shackles discovered on the seafloor in the remains of a ship called the Henrietta Marie, lands Michael Cottman, a Washington, D.C.-based journalist and avid scuba diver, in the middle of an amazing journey that stretches across three continents, from foundries and tombs in England, to slave ports on the shores of West Africa, to .