Archaeologists Pull Native American Canoe Carved in 1700s From South Carolina River

(Courtesy of Chattooga Conservancy)
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A relic from America’s colonial past was recently pulled up from the Chattooga River in South Carolina earlier this summer. The remnants of a dugout canoe, possibly of Native American origin, is the second such boat of that age to be found in the river—the first was 17 years ago in 2004. The canoe could be 200 to 250 years old, archaeologists from USC state said, according to The State; the truth of which radiocarbon dating will later determine. It was
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