Nathan HenryAssistant State Archaeologist and Conservator
Nathan is a native North Carolinian and is the lead conservator with the Underwater Archaeology Branch's preservation laboratory. Initially hired in 1997, as the lead conservator for the Queen Anne's Revenge Shipwreck Project he has logged hundreds of hours as an archaeological diver excavating and recovering artifacts from the underwater site. In addition to his work on the QAR, he has worked on dozens of shipwrecks in the US, particularly Civil War shipwrecks in North Carolina's inland sounds and rivers. His primary research interest involves artillery and the material culture relating to ship’s armament.
Nathan came to work at UAB after years as a marine contractor and has a degree in marine construction engineering from Cape Fear Community College. He has a BA in Anthropology from UNC-Wilmington, and received training in conservation and underwater archaeology at East Carolina University.