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A 900-pound anchor found in the Puget Sound, believed to have separated from a late 18th Century vessel, was raised from body of water near Washington state earlier this week, six years after it was first discovered. Anchor Ventures LLC dislodged the ...
News Max · 6/11/2014
An anchor found in Puget Sound might be one breakthrough discovery salvaged by none other than a team of so-called “amateur sleuths.” It’s believed that the massive anchor — the object weighs over 900 pounds — might have belonged to the ship of ...
Examiner · 6/11/2014
Photo: AP/Seattle Times) (NEWSER) – Six years after first discovering it, "amateur sleuths" rejoiced Monday after bringing a 900-pound anchor thought to be lost in 1792 to the surface in Washington state's Puget Sound. They hope to prove they've found ...
USA Today · 6/11/2014
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) - An anchor recovered from Puget Sound north of Seattle and believed to be more than 200 years old has reached Texas A&M University for restoration. School officials on Monday announced the anchor possibly from the …
KBTX · 7/21/2014
PORT TOWNSEND, Wash. — It rose from the deep off Whidbey Island, at least 900 pounds of dripping metal that a group of amateur sleuths hope will forever change the history of Puget Sound. A crane on Monday hauled up a lost ship's anchor that a …
OregonLive · 6/14/2014
An anchor recovered from Puget Sound north of Seattle and believed to be more than 200 years old has reached Texas A&M University for restoration. School officials on Monday announced the anchor possibly from the HMS Chatham arrived in College …
NBC Dallas-Fort Worth 5 · 7/21/2014
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — An anchor recovered from Puget Sound north of Seattle and believed to be more than 200 years old has reached Texas A&M University for restoration. School officials on Monday announced the anchor possibly from the HMS …
The Columbian · 7/21/2014
(Newser) – Six years after first discovering it, "amateur sleuths" rejoiced Monday after bringing a 900-pound anchor thought to be lost in 1792 to the surface in Washington state's Puget Sound. They hope to prove they've found the stream anchor that was ...
Newser · 6/11/2014
(AP) Experts will examine an anchor recovered from Puget Sound north of Seattle to determine if it was from one of the earliest ships to explore Northwest waters. The anchor was found six years ago by sea-cucumber diver Doug Monk, who formed Anchor ...
Statesman Journal · 6/11/2014
Experts are examining an anchor found six years ago off Whidbey Island north of Seattle to see if it belonged to George Vancouver, the English explorer whose name graces our city. Vancouver charted the west coast in 1792 aboard the HMS Discovery.
The Vancouver Sun · 6/26/2015