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This wooden shelf was recovered from the shipwrecked vessel, Betsy (44YO0088) located in the York River near Yorktown. Betsy was part of a fleet of vessels scuttled by the British in 1781. This shelf was part of a china cupboard in the captain’s quarters on Betsy. The aperatures securely held ceramic vessels in rolling seas. For details about the china cupboards of Betsy, see https://www.dhr.virginia.gov/spotlight-on-dhr-collections/spotlight-on-collections-high-tea-on-the-high-seas/ See John Broadwater 1992 Shipwreck in a Swimming Pool: An Assessment of the Methodology and Technology Utilized on the Yorktown Shipwreck Archaeological Project. Historical Archaeology 26(4):26-46 and “Yorktown Shipwreck” June 1988 National Geographic. It was 3D scanned with a Go!Scan 50 on February 23, 2018. Because of the fragile nature of this conserved object, one side that laid against a flat surface was not 3D scanned. Courtesy of the Virginia Department of Historic Resources.