More than two centuries after one of the ships in British Capt. George Vancouver‘s flotilla lost an anchor in Puget Sound, a group of amateur divers are convinced the object they’ve brought to the surface is the very same.
Read original article – Published June 10, 2014 6:50 PM ET
Anchor Recovered In Puget Sound May Have Been Lost In 1792
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