Archeologists Search Lake Michigan For 1679 Ship Wreckage
By: Peter Payette
June 17, 2013
In northern Lake Michigan, explorers are stepping up their effort to find a ship that sank in 1679. French and American archeologists are on the lake looking for the ship sailed by French explorer Rene-Robert Sieur de la Salle. So far, the excavation has uncovered a wooden beam that looks like the mast of a ship.
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