November 1988
Archaeology;Nov/Dec88, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p18
Examines the shipwrecks caused by past summer's drought in Mississippi by the Arkansas Archaeological Survey with assistance from amateurs in the Arkansas Archaeological Society. Association of artifacts recovered with the stern-wheeler; Legal dispute over ownership of the wrecks; State of the shipbuilding industry.


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