Sport Diver's Dissent

May, Stephen
January 1988
Archaeology;Jan/Feb88, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p6
Comments on the article by Anne Giesecke about the Abandoned Shipwreck Bill in the U.S., published in the July/August 1987 issue of the periodical 'Archaeology.'


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