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Phonograph records recovered from Gold Rush shipwreck

Earlier this month I posted about some Gold Rush-era recordings which were found underwater on the A.J. Goddard. The music has now been recovered. Though damaged from spending more than a century at the bottom of Lake Laberge - a widening of the river and the setting for Klondike poet Robert

Gold Rush era recordings found on sunken ship

Three records and a gramophone have been found onboard the A.J. Goddard, a 110-year-old sunken ship. Thomas said the three recordings, including Rendezvous Waltz and a rare 1896 minstrel recording of Ma Onliest One, were previously unknown to Gold Rush-era music experts. "These are three new songs that we now know people

Gold Rush-era shipwreck found in Yukon

The wreck of the A.J. Goddard, which sank in 1901, has been found in a lake in the Yukon Territory, Canada. Like an early 20th-century snapshot, "everything is just like it was when it went down in that late October storm in 1901," said project leader John Pollack, a nautical

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