Information at your Fingertips
To help educators integrate information about the project into their curricula, we collected references that relate to the transatlantic slave trade, pirates, Blackbeard, La Concorde, Queen Anne's Revenge and underwater archaeology below.
Our educational initiatives have previously included interactive webcasts that connect students and educators with archaeologists from the QAR lab.
1,265African men, women, and children whose lives were impacted by the three slaving voyages of La Concorde. 147 captive Africans did not survive the journey.
18Months Blackbeard spent as an active pirate. He likely gained experience as a British privateer prior to turning to piracy.
6Months Blackbeard sailed Queen Anne's Revenge as his flagship. By comparison, the ship sailed as La Concorde for seven years.
Take Your Class to Our Lab
Bring your class to visit the QAR Lab for free! While on your visit, you and your students can view pieces of a real shipwreck including a 12-foot anchor and parts of the hull structure itself, explore how archaeologists and conservators reveal mysteries of the sea through x-ray technology, and much more.
A Biography of Blackbeard
Few figures from North Carolina history inspire as vivid an image in the popular imagination as Blackbeard. Check out an overview of his life story on NCpedia, originally published in the Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, to begin to separate fact from fiction.