Native American Shipwrecksby James P. Delgado
Recently discovered remains of Native American boats have taught underwater archaeologists about the daily life and culture of people who lived thousands of years ago. Learn for yourself about the dugout canoes found at the bottom of a lake in North Carolina, the artifacts from a buried Indian village on the Washington coast, and a log canoe found deep inside an underwater cave off Puerto Rico -- the only surviving boat of the now-extinct Lucayan.
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