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« on: June 16, 2009, 03:30:18 pm »
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Newly discovered anchor from shipwreck moved to Beach Haven museum (Asbury Park Press)

Dripping with mussels and sea anemones, the newly recovered anchor from the Stolt Dagali shipwreck was added to the state's largest collection of recovered artifacts when it was hoisted into the front yard at the Museum of New Jersey Maritime History this morning. "That's perfect, that's perfect!" called museum curator Deborah Whitcraft, as the anchor shank was laid down neatly near the front ...

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