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Wreck found along 'outlandishly' remote stretch of Lake Superior shore

His ship sunk, his belongings gone but for the clothes on his back, L.S. Upson surveyed the scene along the remote shore of Lake Superior 100 miles north of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Upson was one of about 60 passengers and crew who survived the...

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Diver Nick Lintgen explores the bow of the wrecked J.S. Seaverns in July; an anchor is visible at left. The Seaverns, which sank in Lake Superior near Michipicoten Harbor, Ontario, in 1884, was discovered this summer. (Image from video by Ken Merryman)
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