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Table of Contents
~ Cannon Discovery
~ Survey Operations
~ Other Artifacts Discovered
~ Genealogical Discoveries
~ 2001 Artifact Recovery
Recovery Preparations (Topside)
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*About the Author: Ed Scollon is a New York State Police trooper, a long-time diver, devoted husband and father, and; this writer is happy to state, a close personal friend. In the summer of 1999, Ed discovered an exploded cannon in the murky depths of Valcour Bay. In the years leading up to the publication of The Valcour Bay Research Project on the Web, Ed has been working behind the scenes, giving of himself, paying for most of the necessary expenses out of his own pocket and making one sacrifice after another so that this project might come to fruition. I am proud to be associated with Ed and his family and honored to have America's Historic Lakes chosen as the Official Home of the VBRP. To learn more about Ed, click HERE. [JPM]
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