1800’s Shipwreck Unearthed From Beach Erosion After Tropical Storm Eta
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Beach erosion resulting from tropical storm Eta unearthed remnants of an 1800’s shipwreck in St. Augustine, Florida, in the video “Beach erosion unearths 200-year-old shipwreck“, below:
in the video “Beach erosion from Tropical Storm Eta unearthed remnants of an 1800s shipwreck in Florida“, below:
It’s believed to be from the 1800s because of its construction and because of the frequency of shipwrecks along northeast Florida’s coast in the 19th century, in the video “More of 19th-century shipwreck at Crescent Beach unearthed“, below:
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