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« on: August 10, 2009, 06:57:46 pm »
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Hi everybody,
Does anyone have any leads on any old lower Mississippi River charts showing ship wreck locations? Pinpointed one 55 road miles away and 37 miles up river. Went over the island except on setion in the last three weeks. Went last Sunday- there was a trackhoe on the bank and a twelve foot deep pit dug- yep someone beat me to it. I had to jump down in that hole anyway-found heavy chain and other iron. Thanks for any help.

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