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« on: September 15, 2009, 12:00:27 am »
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Archaeologists Hope to Excavate Shipwreck in Patuxent That Dates to War of 1812 (Washington Post)

Aboard a pontoon boat chugging past the marshland of Maryland's upper Patuxent River on a recent Saturday, Ralph Eshelman pointed to the spot where the muddy brown water hides a shipwreck nearly two centuries old, part of the American flotilla that defended the Chesapeake Bay when the British bur...

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