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Throwback Thursday: the shipwreck hunter

  • Nov 05, 2014
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One year before Ryan Harris’ name made it into news stories around the world for the historical find of the HMS Erebus, Canadian Geographic featured the underwater archeologist in the July/August issue of 2013. By that point, Harris had already been leading the Franklin hunt for five years, but the story took an in-depth look at the man who, at that point, had recently discovered the Investigator shipwreck. This week we look back at One More Dive Harris, before his career became a global phenomenon.

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