Plunge into NJ Shipwreck History

July 157:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Jackson Branch of the Ocean County Library, 2 Jackson Dr., Jackson, NJ, + Google Map

New Jersey’s coastline is notorious for the oceangoing vessels that foundered and sank in its waters. Historical diver Dan Lieb will take you through nearly 300 years of “New Jersey Shipwrecks” at the Ocean County Library Jackson Branch, 7 PM Monday, July 15.

Dan will provide revealing details about the circumstances and aftermaths of Jersey Shore maritime disasters including those that took place in both World Wars and will discuss his extensive work in undersea archaeological expeditions.

Dan has led New Jersey marine historical expeditions for more than 30 years as a shipwreck mapper. A member of the New Jersey Historical Divers Association, he holds a Divemaster rating by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) and has executed more than 2,300 dives since 1974.

Please register at https://tinyurl.com/OclJacksonLieb for this free program, sponsored by the Jackson Friends of the Library.

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