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A Closer Look (Sunken Treasure) #194231

ABC Evening News for Friday, Aug 04, 2000
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(Studio: Jack Ford) Report introduced.

(Charleston, SC: Ned Potter) The massive operation to retrieve the Confederate Civil War submarine the Hunley, which sunk in 1864, featured; scenes shown from the waters outside Charleston, SC. [Hunley Commission state senator Glenn McCONNELL - says the submarine will soon be revealed.] The suicide mission by a ship ahead of its time recalled; drawings shown. [Friends of the Hunley historian Mark RAGAN, United States Navy archeologist Dr. Robert NEYLAND - talk about the ship.] The plans for the sub and its crew after they are brought to the surface detailed.

(Studio: Jack Ford) Further coverage of the story on noted.

Ford, Jack;
Potter, Ned

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