Lakewood Historical Society Dundee: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Presentation by Carrie Sowden. The Dundee, a 214-foot schooner barge launched in 1892, sank about fourteen miles off of Cleveland on September 11, 1900. Since the discovery of the sunken vessel in the ’80s, it has become a popular scuba diving site. What can archaeology teach us about the wreck? Carrie Sowden, Archaeological Director of the National Museum of the Great Lakes will discuss the history, loss and archaeology of the shipwreck and its preservation for future generations.