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Wrong Mark Newell?

Mark M. Newell

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Background Information

Employment History

Contributor

Archaeology Magazine


Official Director

Hunley Search Project


Director

Georgia Archaeological Institute


Web References(10 Total References)


Resurgent

www.archaeology.org [cached]

by Mark M. Newell Mark M. Newell is with the Georgia Archaeological Institute.


Newsletter26- Hunley Records

www.hunleystore.com [cached]

Dr. Mark Newell, who was the official director of the Hunley Search Project (even according to NUMA), had initiated the project and has gone on record that he used my maps, which I had furnished to the State Archaeologist years earlier, and my other data to have the expedition locate the target in 1994, and which was dug up and proved to be the Hunley in 1995.
Dr. Newell (mmnewell@yahoo.com) has stated that he believes I found it first and that what the 1994/95 Hunley Project did was to "verify" that it was indeed the Hunley.


Chipstone Article

www.chipstone.org [cached]

Mark M. Newell
Mark M. Newell, Ph.D. Director Georgia Archaeological Institute


Newsletter 59-Electronic Torpedo Detonation

www.hunleystore.com [cached]

From: "Mark M. Newell"
Mark M Newell Ph.D., RPA POB 984 Augusta Ga. 30903 706 399-6813 Dr. Newell, Thanks very much for posting this information. Dr. Mark Newell, who was the official director of the Hunley Search Project (even according to NUMA), had initiated the project and has gone on record that he used my maps, which I had furnished to the State Archaeologist years earlier, and my other data to have the expedition locate the target in 1994, and which was dug up and proved to be the Hunley in 1995. Dr. Newell (mmnewell@yahoo.com) has stated that he believes I found it first and that what the 1994/95 Hunley Project did was to "verify" that it was indeed the Hunley.


Uri Geller

www.uri-geller.com [cached]

Plans now call for on-site protection of the historic submarine, which will be marked as a navigation hazard.--MARK M. NEWELL, Georgia Archaeological Institute


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