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Florida's Lost GalleonThe Emanuel Point Shipwreck$
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Roger C. Smith

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780813056760

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813056760.001.0001

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Pensacola’s Public Participation

Pensacola’s Public Participation

Outreach and Engagement

(p.224) 7 Pensacola’s Public Participation
Florida's Lost Galleon
Della A. Scott-Ireton
University Press of Florida

The Emanuel Point Shipwreck became a household topic of discussion in Pensacola and surrounding communities due to a public-oriented project that welcomed volunteers, student interns, and visiting professionals, all of whom shared their experiences through lectures, tours, and news events. The Florida Secretary of State, Florida’s Governor, and ultimately the King and Queen of Spain took the opportunity to visit the shipwreck project.

Keywords:   Emanuel Point Shipwreck, Pensacola, Public-oriented project

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