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Great Lakes low shorelines Unearth Ancient Collectables
The record low water levels on many of the Great Lakes has caused quite a bit of problems and concerns for many residents who live along their shores, but some are taking advantage to hunt for refound treasure.

One resident has collected ancient rail spikes and pioneer hand-made nails. The prize find was a kiln-fired clay pipe clearly inscribed with “Montreal” and “Henderson” with images of grapes and wheat sheaves. According to research the artifact dates back more than 100 years – the Williams Henderson Pipe Manufacturer made pipes from 1846 to 1890.

 
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Public Awareness or Fewer People, What Made the Difference in Decline of Marine Debris - Labor Day weekend on the Sacramento River would typically yield large amounts of floating debris. Beer boxes, foam coolers, plastic bags, alcohol containers, tubes and flip-flops left behind by visitors would normally stuff 40-cubic-yard trash containers, but this year a 30-yard container was only a third full.


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