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Grace Tsai

Grace Tsai

College Station, Texas

Texas A&M University, Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Atlantic World Marine Archaeology Research Institute

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Thank you!!!
Oct 07, 2017
What Did 17th-Century Sailors Really Eat?
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Thanks so much!!!
Oct 07, 2017
What Did 17th-Century Sailors Really Eat?
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Thanks, Beverly! Couldn't have it done it without your help!
Oct 07, 2017
What Did 17th-Century Sailors Really Eat?
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Thank you so much!
Oct 07, 2017
What Did 17th-Century Sailors Really Eat?
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Thank you!!!
Oct 05, 2017
What Did 17th-Century Sailors Really Eat?
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Great idea! I am a fan of Patrick O'Brien and it would be amazing to see this work incorporated into historical fiction. Thanks!
Oct 05, 2017
What Did 17th-Century Sailors Really Eat?
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Thank you very much!
Oct 05, 2017
What Did 17th-Century Sailors Really Eat?
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Thank you! We will certainly keep everyone updated with the results.
Oct 05, 2017
What Did 17th-Century Sailors Really Eat?
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Thanks for the kind comment. We look forward to sharing the results and a few beers with you if you're in the Houston area when we have our beer tasting!
Oct 05, 2017
What Did 17th-Century Sailors Really Eat?
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Thank you for the lovely comment. Jillian was a pleasure to work with and an integral part of our team--thanks for all your support and guidance!
Oct 01, 2017
What Did 17th-Century Sailors Really Eat?
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Thank you for your support, Meg. We'll be sure to keep everyone updated with the results!
Oct 01, 2017
What Did 17th-Century Sailors Really Eat?
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Many have asked how our food items are faring on Elissa given Hurricane Harvey's wake. We have covered the food items on shore with a tarp and secured them a few days earlier in preparation, but as the museum has been closed since Thursday evening, we cannot be sure what their status is. The weather, unfortunately, also puts our sample retrieval dates for the lab analysis several days behind schedule and will modify the original dates we had planned to remove the food items. Thankfully, we already have data from the first 2 rounds of samples taken, which have grown some interesting microbes we will report on soon. Although unfortunate, this weather does add an unexpected element of accuracy to our project as Warwick, the ship we are basing our food items off of, sank in 1619 after a 3-day hurricane off the coast of Bermuda. Thanks for caring and following our project! We hope all our friends and supporters along the Texas coast are safe.
Aug 27, 2017
What Did 17th-Century Sailors Really Eat?
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