Sunken Dream

Foege, Alec
May 2000
People;05/22/2000, Vol. 53 Issue 20, p169
Focuses on the efforts of underwater archaeologist Barry Clifford to locate the wreck of Captain William Kidd's ship, the 'Adventure Galley.'


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