Diving into History

Bloom, Elaine
February 2010
New York State Conservationist;Feb2010, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p8
The article discusses the underwater sites that are designated Submerged Heritage Preserves, two of which date to the French and Indian War from 1756-1763 and one wreck dates to the early twentieth century, serving as an underwater classroom. The sites are the Sunken Fleet of 1758, the Land Tortoise Radeau, and the Forward Underwater Classroom. Divers can visit the Lake George shipwreck preserve sites through a round mooring buoy that provides access to the site.


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