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« on: October 17, 2018, 04:36:16 am »
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A shipwreck discovered in Lake Erie in 2015 may be the oldest found in the famous lake, experts say.
The wreck was first spotted on a sonar screen by Tom Kowalczk, a member of the Cleveland Underwater Explorers. Subsequent dives to the ship, which sank in Ohio waters, have provided intriguing new details about the vessel. Researchers have also been trawling through historical records to gain fresh insight into the schooner.

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