Canadians Explore Spanish Shipwreck

May 1985
Archaeology;May/Jun85, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p82
Reports on the investigation of a Spanish Basque whaling ship that sank off the coast of Red Bay, Labrador by a team of underwater archaeologists sponsored by Parks Canada. Discovery of Basque-built structures used for cooperage and sheds for producing whale oil; Celebration of the centennial historic preservation.


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