'Remarkably Intact': Northwest Passage Rescue Ship Found

October 2010
Naval History;Oct2010, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p67
The article reports on the archaeological discovery of the HMS Investigator, a 118-foot barque ship from 1845, in the Canadian Beaufort Sea.


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