Monthly Archives: September 2014

Lake Michigan Wreck Identified Again!

A little clarity has been added since its discovery in 1992, the wreckage of a schooner 20 miles north of Cleveland in Lake Erie has never been positively identified. Located beneath 70 feet of water, the wreckage was believed for … Continue reading

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Hermione Sets Sail Again

After close to two decades of construction, the frigate Hermione is finally under sail. In 1997, a group of historical and tall ship enthusiasts formed the Association Hermione-La Fayette and set about building a replica of the French frigate, Hermione, … Continue reading

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Ship from the Franklin Expedition Discovered

These former warships went on a expedition to an uncharted area many years ago.The wreckage of one of two missing ships from Franklin’s lost expedition of 1845 is believed to have been found. It is not known yet if the … Continue reading

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