150 year-old sunken artifacts on display at DeSoto Wildlife Refuge

150 year-old sunken artifacts on display at DeSoto Wildlife Refuge


45 FOR 10:00. AMANDA: THE SUNKEN WRECKAGE OF A STEAMBOAT FILL THE CIVIL WAR ARTIFACTS WAS BURIED AT THE WILDLIFE REFUGE FOR MORE THAN 100 YEARS. DAVID: THE QUESTION OF EVERYTHING ON BOARD IS ON DISPLAY. AND YOU HAVE THE CHANCE TO SEE ALL OF IT HERE IT NICHOLE GOODRICH’S LIVE WITH MORE. REPORTER: GOOD MORNING. ALL MORNING WE’VE BEEN GOING THROUGH SOME OF THESE ARTIFACTS THAT THEY BROUGHT UP TO SHOW US UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL. THERE ARE A FEW THINGS WE HAVE NOT TALKED ABOUT YET. GOT A COWBELL HERE. WE HAVE A CHILD BLOCK, A TOY. THIS IS SOME HEAVY-DUTY CHINA THAT THE MINERS COULD USE. IT WOULD NOT BREAK SO EASY. THIS GLASS IS A SHOT GLASS. A LOT OF WHAT WAS ON THE BOAT WAS ALCOHOL. THE BERTRAND STEAMBOAT LEFT 150 YEARS AGO HEADED TO THE MONTANA TERRITORY OF THE MISSOURI RIVER. IT ONLY MADE IT ABOUT 30 MILES, HITTING A SNACK AND SINKING. MINUTES LATER, NO ONE WAS KILLED AS THE BOAT WENT DOWN BUT ALL THE WIND, WAFFLE IRONS, SHOES, TOYS ON BOARD WHAT TO THE BOTTOM OF THE MISSOURI RIVER, UNTOUCHED FOR CENTURIES. IT WAS ONE OF HUNDREDS OF STEAMBOATS THAT SANK ON THE MISSOURI RIVER, WHAT ARE THE MOST TREACHEROUS RIVERS TO NAVIGATE IN THE UNITED STATES THAN. –THEN. OF THESE ARTIFACTS AT THE BCM ANYTIME. ARE HAVING A BUNCH OF SPECIAL EVENTS THAT STARTS TODAY AT 9:00 AND GOES TO 4:00. TODAY IS THE LAST DAY, BUT AS A SPECIAL TREAT THEIR WAVING ALL THE FEAST TO COME VISIT. YOU CAN CHECK OUT ALL OF THIS AND TRY OUT SOME OF THESE ACTIVITIES FOR FREE.

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