Ruppé Memorial Library

The Carol V. Ruppé Memorial Library contains a collection of published work related to the study of maritime history and underwater archaeology. These texts are the culmination of book donations made to the Maritime Studies Program since its founding in 1981, and are used by graduate students, faculty, and staff as reference material for classes and research. The library also holds a large collection of rare gray literature organized into various regions to aid in research and thesis writing endeavors. These works are available to all students in the Maritime Program and a full accounting of the library holdings can be found on our Zotero catalog.

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