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Alumni Class with Dr. John L. Seidel - Shared screen with speaker view
Advancement/Alumni Office
45:43
Anyone with a question, please use the chat function during John’s talk and we will address them as we move along
Advancement/Alumni Office
54:06
What’s a magnetometer like? I’m surprised no one has set out to scan the entire Mississippi given it’s importance to the country’s commercial and exploration history.
Beth Leaman
01:29:15
How fortunate are we to have a John Seidel in our WC community.
Fshenk2
01:30:34
Why do you think you did not find any human remains? Were all bodies accounted for immediately after the sinking?
Beth
01:31:58
Read a New York Times article from July 24, 1865 that mentioned the texas part of the Kentucky caught fire. Did you all find any evidence of that fire?
Sobriety1
01:32:58
what were the woods used to build this ship, that could withstand the heat of the energize and then maintain years under water and stilt?
Beth Leaman
01:35:15
Where are the artifacts displayed now?
Paul Johnston
01:35:55
Any plans for future work on KENTUCKY wreck?
Kathryn Kissam
01:40:28
Would ground penetrating radar work for the land portion of this wreck?
Sobriety1
01:41:18
have you heard of Handsell on the Nanicoke River in Vienna, Md?
Sobriety1
01:41:46
and the boat they found a few years ago
jillcaron
01:43:39
Thank you!
Paul Johnston
01:43:46
thanks John!
Kathryn Kissam
01:43:54
Thank you it was very interesting!
H. Mck
01:44:07
Thanks, hope to see more
Beth
01:44:08
Thank you!
barbara
01:44:08
Thank you for hosting! It was great to hear you again!
John
01:44:32
Thank you for organizing this!
Paul Johnston
01:44:57
Please put me on your email notification list: <johnstonpf@si.edu>
Jed St. Landau
01:45:40
thank you!