Can history help forecast America's future? Which are the patterns and leveraging powers that determine a nation's global leadership? Since their inception millennia ago, sea transport and logistics practices have shaped the history of mankind, via the global exchange of commodities and the use of technologies, military strategies, sciences, languages, cultures and rules.
This presentation by professor Maria G. Burns reveals stunning discoveries about the influences that have spawned the modern innovations in maritime and logistics, from prehistory to date.
Houston Maritime Museum
2311 Canal St.
Houston, TX 77003
Admission is free.
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