American wreck hunters set to search for 17th-century Griffon in Lake Michigan in June
A team of U.S. wreck hunters, backed by the governments of France and Michigan, has revealed plans to dive next month to a site on the bottom of Lake Michigan, where one of the most important ships in Canadian history - the 17th-century barque Griffon - is believed to be lying in a tomb of sand awaiting conclusive identification.
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#1 May 28, 2013
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