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Zoom Meeting “Famous and Forgotten Wrecks - Shared screen with speaker view
Rick Geffken
01:00:32
I was on the Chestnut Neck dive with Jack in the 1980s. It was led by the NC state archaeologist.Rick Geffken
John VNA Health Group
01:30:17
Fascinating!! Thank you for that!
iPhone 13
01:30:45
A wonderful lecture. Thank you !!
Rik van Hemmen
01:31:26
Thank you Rich. Is anything left of the concrete ship in Cape May?
Theo Hissilent
01:31:41
Wonderful lecture!
Michael Cleary
01:31:52
very interesting ….never realized that german U-boats sunk that many ships off the coast of nj
Holly Muller
01:32:07
Great presentation!
Michael Humphreys
01:32:22
is the concrete ship a wreck?
Arthur Topilow
01:32:24
Very good talk. One of the now deceased Doctor from Jersey Shore Medical remembered theMoro Castle stranding in Spring Lake.
John VNA Health Group
01:33:11
Do you know whether that big naval gun at the top of the Highlands sunk any ships during WWII?
Sue Kadenbach
01:33:37
Excellent presentation.
Mark Kachadourian
01:33:40
Thank you!!Enjoyed the lecture!!
Janet Howard
01:33:41
Wow! What a great presentation about NJ maritime wrecks! After Storm Sandy, we had a boat uncovered off of Normandy Beach that we found and quickly got covered again.
Muriel Smith
01:33:43
Dr. Veit. Great presentation as always, wonderful to hear you talk about the Frances LIfe Saving car exhibit at the Twin LIghts and the wonderful historian up there, NIck Woods.
Richard Adamczyk
01:33:50
If its ever needed, im always interested in helping out with any projects Monmouth has related to this topic! great presentation as always
Rik van Hemmen
01:34:12
I seem to remember there was a revolutionary wreck in Cape may that was stored outdoor ashore. It was falling apart quickly about 30 years ago and I still have a tiny piece that I snuck away. However I do not remember the name of it. Do you know the name?
Christine Donohue
01:34:38
Thank you! This was very informative. Enjoyed hearing about the history in NJ. Amazing to have found that canal boat in the Highlands!
Rik van Hemmen
01:35:44
There is also a great wreck at the earle weapon center pier. I was the last great Hudson river steamer. Was it named the Hamilton?
Rik van Hemmen
01:37:03
That steamer pulled up their in the 60's or 70's and sunk there.
Muriel Smith
01:37:10
Isn't that the Alexander Hamilton off Earle?
Alice
01:38:03
tHEWRECKS OFF THE kILL vAN kULL I BELIEVE THAT IS A MARITINE SHIP SALVAGE OR GRAVEYARD.
Rik van Hemmen
01:39:17
correct Witte.
Lynn's iPhone
01:39:23
Thank you.
Muriel Smith
01:39:23
The Maritime Museum in Beahc HAven has a great museum of the Morro Castle
Mary Kate Kane (She/Her)
01:39:34
Thank you for the great lecture, Dr Veit!
Rich Veit
01:39:37
Thanks everyone!
Dad
01:39:42
Thank you
Jerry’s iPad
01:39:45
Thank you