Don Davis and Brianna Blacklock, students in a University of South Carolina maritime archeology class, measure the remains of a wooden shipwreck that was recently exposed by the tides on the bank of Calibogue Sound near the 18th tee of Harbour Town Golf Links on Friday.
Don Davis and Brianna Blacklock, students in a University of South Carolina maritime archeology class, measure the remains of a wooden shipwreck that was recently exposed by the tides on the bank of Calibogue Sound near the 18th tee of Harbour Town Golf Links on Friday. Jay Karr -- Staff photo
Don Davis and Brianna Blacklock, students in a University of South Carolina maritime archeology class, measure the remains of a wooden shipwreck that was recently exposed by the tides on the bank of Calibogue Sound near the 18th tee of Harbour Town Golf Links on Friday. Jay Karr -- Staff photo

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