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Wooden steamer Length ~265'  more »
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Wooden steamer sprun a leak and stranded. The ship then broke up within a few days.  more »
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Fishing tug collieded with another tug and sank.  more »
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Remains of unknown shipwreck  more »
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Wooden steamer burned while at the dock. Size: 251' x 36' x 15'  more »
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Schooner that could be the Phalarope - within 200 feet from shore. Size: 137' x 26' x 11'  more »
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Three masted schooner estimated to be 1850's vintage. Length: 125'  more »
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Steel whaleback foundered in a storm. size: 308' x 38' x 24'  more »
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Steel barge foundered. Size: 260' x 43' x 25'  more »
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Tugboat sank Size: 75' x 20' x 12'  more »
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Wooden steamer sprang a leak and sank. Size: 215' x 33' x 16'  more »
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Wooden steamer sprung a leak in a storm and run aground.  more »
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